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August 27, 2014 RSS feed / Local News

AIMING FOR A RINGER

  — Eric Premielewski prepares to throw his horseshoes during an annual league tournament held Saturday. More...

Calvary church to host Oktoberfest

Calvary Episcopal Church, 20 Milton St. near Cayuga Road, will hold its seventh annual Oktoberfest and street party from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6.  More...

SHIRTS FOR SUPPORT

— Kelly Smith, a lieutenant in the Williamsville Fire Department and a nurse at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, sits in the center of piles of T-shirts received in response to a recent request f More...

Coffee Connections set for Sept. 9

The Emerging Business Leaders will hold the next installment of its Coffee Connections series from 8 to 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, at the Hampton Inn Buffalo-Airport Galleria, 1745 Walden Ave., Cheektowaga.  More...

Jewish leaders travel to Israel on national solidarity mission

In the midst of the recent conflict between Israel and Hamas, five Jewish leaders from the Buffalo area traveled to Israel to show their support for its people.  More...

IN HARMONY

— Members of the Friends of Harmony perform at Island Park on Aug. 19 as part of the Seven Tuesdays in the Park Concert Series. More...

Bishop to visit area school

To mark the start of the new academic year, the bishop of Buffalo will greet students, families, faculty and staff of SS. Peter & Paul School during a special visit on Wednesday, Sept. 3.  More...

Sweet Home sets schedule for latest ‘digital conversion’

Updates for 2014-15

The Sweet Home School District’s “digital conversion” should be completed for grades six through 12 by the end of September.  More...

Rector retires after 15 years of leading St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

After 15 years, the Very Rev. Canon Barbara Price will be retiring from St. More...

ACCEPTING THE CHALLENGE

— Members of the Amherst Police Department did the ice bucket challenge on Friday after being nominated by the Orchard Park Police Department. More...