Weekly Feature



March 7, 2018 RSS feed / Business

Daemen student chosen to study abroad

Gabrielle Sinnott, a history and political science major at Daemen College, has been selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to participate this summer in an internship in Thailand.  More...

Area individuals to be honored during Legacy Dinner

Four area individuals will be honored Thursday, March 22, during the Monsignor William F. Tobin Legacy Dinner. The event is named in honor of the founder of St. Benedict Church and School, which opened almost 100 years ago on Main Street in Amherst. More...

Events

‘Health System of the Future’ panel slated   More...

YMCA seeks to meet annual fundraising goal

YMCA Buffalo Niagara is currently seeking the community’s support of its 2018 annual campaign fundraising effort.  This year’s goal is to raise $768,000, which supports the Y’s ability to provide financial assistance to those More...

Ombudsmen sought by People Inc. for care facilities

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Students urged to participate in state’s Earth Day contest

State Sen. Michael H. Ranzenhofer last week requested local student entries for the state Senate’s Earth Day poster contest, a statewide competition that raises awareness of environmental issues.  More...