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September 19, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Southern gospel groups to perform at CrossPoint

Family Life Ministries will present three groups in southern gospel music, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, Legacy Five and Greater Vision, on the same stage Friday, Oct. More...

Changes in enrollment to be made for Enhanced STAR, Low-Income Senior exemptions

New York State is making changes to how residents older than age 65 enroll in the Enhanced STAR program, and also to those residents older than 65 who have both the Enhanced STAR program and the Low-Income Senior Exemption.  More...

ACHS senior named scholarship semifinalist

Amelia Schaeffer, a senior at Amherst Central High School, is a 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalist.  The National Merit Scholarship Program honors individual students who show exceptional academic ability and potential for succ More...

Diocese of Buffalo hires director of communications

The Diocese of Buffalo has hired Kathy Baranski Spangler as its director of communications. Spangler, who began her new position on Monday, was born and raised in the Buffalo area and is a Syracuse University graduate.  More...

NEW EXHIBIT

— Susan Grelick and BNHV President John Heffron stand in Buffalo Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village’s new exhibit, “Let's Eat! More...

Skimmer scam affected multiple WNY gas station locations

Giraldo Cardenas, 36, of Homestead, Florida, has pleaded guilty before State Supreme Court Justice Paul B. More...

Sweet Home trustee resigns

Michelle Mauger, a member of the Sweet Home Board of Education since July 2017, has submitted her resignation, effective at Tuesday’s meeting.  More...

Williamsville man arraigned on numerous sex abuse charges

John Negrych, 39, of Williamsville, has been arraigned by Erie County Court Judge Kenneth Case on several charges, including one count of criminal sexual act in the first degree; one count of criminal sexual act in the third degree; one count of rape More...