Weekly Feature



September 13, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

THE BELL TOLLS

— Hugo Juarez, Daemen College Student Association president, left; Thomas Stewart, Board of Trustees chairman; and Gary Olson, Daemen president, watch as Edward Cuddy, professor emeritus, rings More...

Buffalo man pleads guilty to robbery, shooting at Transit Road restaurant

Christopher Boyd, 30, of Buffalo, has pleaded guilty to multiple charges stemming from a robbery and shooting last year at a Transit Road restaurant.  According to a press release from the office of Erie County District Attorney John J. More...

Summer work prepares Amherst schools for opening day success

Sept. 5 was the first day of the 2017-18 school year for students in the Amherst Central School District, but officials say a tremendous amount of work was accomplished in the summer to make sure everything ran smoothly across the district.  More...

Business Brief

Whole Foods Market Buffalo’s first Western New York location is scheduled to open at 9 a.m. Friday, Sept. 15. The 50,000-square-foot natural and organic supermarket will be located in the Northtown Plaza at 3097 Sheridan Drive. More...

Calvary Episcopal selects new rector

Calvary Episcopal Church, 20 Milton St., Williamsville, recently selected the Rev. Robert William Harvey as its newest rector.  Rev. Harvey began his tenure at the more-than-100-year-old church on Sept. 1. More...

Merit awards, commendation presented to officers

Amherst police Chief John Askey last week presented merit awards and a commendation to members of the Police Department.  Below is a list of the officers and a description of the incidents according to police reports that led to the merit awards More...

EPIC to host engagement conference in November

Every Person Influences Children and the Parent Network of WNY will host a WNY Family Engagement Conference on Thursday Nov. 30, at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens, 6461 Transit Road. More...

5K walk/run to commemorate child’s life

Ian Hyzy, 7, was known as a sweet, caring and empathetic child. “He was always a good boy,” said Ian’s mother, Catherine Hyzy, of East Amherst. “He also had a mature way of thinking. More...