Weekly Feature



January 27, 2010 RSS feed / Local News

YMCA offers assistance with child care costs

With the recent cut of $10 million to child care funding for low income families in Erie County, many residents find themselves unable to afford child care. More...

Community News

The Women’s Association of Brookfield Country Club has chosen its board of directors for 2010, including Colleen Gaglio of East Amherst, treasurer; Theresa Jehle of Williamsville, recording secretary; Barb VanDusen of East Amherst, correspo More...

PROMOTING WELLNESS

PROMOTING WELLNESS — Fred Doxbeck, owner of the Personal Training Institute in Amherst, speaks with Janet D'Amato on Saturday at the Eastern Hills Mall’s Here’s to Your Health Expo. More...

Disability awareness training for students planned

The Amherst Youth Board, with support from the Dan D’Andrea Foundation, will present a training that will ask students questions about dealing with people with disabilities.   More...

Tax help available to seniors

Free tax help by IRS certified volunteers is available to residents 60 and older. Assistance will be available from Feb. 2 to April 15 at three of the town’s public libraries.   • From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Village Board to apply for water study grant

The Village of Williamsville is planning to apply for a High Priority Planning Grant to study the village water systems. More...

Jewish Federation to hold 11-hour Super Sunday campaign

The Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo will hold its 30th consecutive Super Sunday phonathon for its United Jewish Fund Campaign from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 31. More...