Weekly Feature



October 24, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

SUNY CHANCELLOR VISITS

— Kristina Johnson made her first visit to Western New York on Tuesday, touring several buildings on the North Campus of Erie Community College. More...

Village to present Halloween parade, party

The Village of Williamsville will host a Halloween parade and trick-or-treat party at 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27.  The parade begins at the Pocket Park by the Williamsville Library, 5571 Main St., and ends at the pavilion at Island Park.  More...

HAWK signal anticipated in village

Within the next couple of weeks, Main Street will have a new traffic device to assist patrons in walking through the Village of Williamsville. More...

Iskalo acquires former Williamsville Brewery

Iskalo Development Corp. recently announced that an affiliate has acquired an assemblage of contiguous properties in the Village of Williamsville that includes the building at 34 W. Spring St. More...

News Brief

The Buffalo Chips, the University at Buffalo’s male a cappella group, will perform in the 2018-19 Crossroads Lutheran Church Concert Series at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, in the church’s sanctuary, 4640 Main St., Snyder. More...

HOW SCIENCE WORKS

— Moog engineer Emma Frost, left, shows a rocket component to Amherst sophomores Arianna Stucker and Elizabeth Tytka during the second annual Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathemat More...

Will South grad, firefighter wins award for bravery

Buffalo Fire Department firefighter Luke Falzone, a 2012 Williamsville South High School graduate, was recently awarded the Edward H. Butler Bronze Award for Bravery at the Buffalo Professional Firefighter’s 128th annual Award Ball.  More...

Amherst School Board shows support for unified sports

Unified sports are coming to the Amherst Central School District.  At a meeting on Thursday, the Amherst School Board gave unanimous support to a proposal for unified sports, which combines students with and without intellectual disabilities on More...

RELIC BURIAL

— Jim Steinhorn, left, of Amherst Memorial Chapel; Mitch Steinhorn, owner of the chapel; and Rob Goldberg, executive director of the Jewish Federation of Buffalo, participate in a traditional J More...

Meeting to feature candidates for Amherst town clerk

The Amherst Open Government Advisory Board will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. More...

Village Board discusses sign code adjustments; eyes more changes

Steinmetz Planning Group representatives presented proposed modifications and adjustments of the Village of Williamsville’s sign code to business owners, committee members and the Village Board during a special work session last week.  More...

Will East senior replaces benches for Eagle Scout project

For his Eagle Scout project, Brandon Guzy, a senior at Williamsville East High School, chose to replace the benches on the boardwalk in the Great Baehre Swamp area. This is a wildlife management area next to Billy Wilson Park on Hopkins Road.  More...