Weekly Feature

May 24, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Late NT resident, World War II veteran honored

State Sen. Rob Ortt recently honored World War II veteran and Purple Heart recipient Silviu “Sil” Dan Sr. More...

Food Service launches new website

The Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District Child Nutrition Program has launched a Food Service website with an assortment of interactive features for parents and guardians as well as students.  The website includes breakfast and lunch menus w More...

Senator announces Lyme disease legislation

The passage of a trio of bills will strengthen the state’s efforts to combat Lyme and tick-borne diseases, according to a release from the office of state Sen. Chris Jacobs.  More...

Grants secured for police departments

State Sen. Chris Jacobs presented ceremonial checks to four local police departments, including the City of Tonawanda, last week to enhance local law enforcement efforts. The four grants totaled more than $60,000.  More...

News Briefs

The next City of Tonawanda Common Council meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, at Tonawanda City Hall, 200 Niagara St.  More...

NY Times editor discusses pursuit of truth during Williamsville forum

Returning to his native Williamsville to speak about the journalistic pursuit of truth, James Dao, op-ed editor of the New York Times, told residents that reality isn’t what it seems at first glance, and as readers, they should be skeptical.&nb More...

A VETERAN’S HONOR

— State Sen. Chris Jacobs presents a certificate to the 60th Senate District honoree, Dr. John B. More...

Lane closures planned on Interstate 290

Work is continuing on the project to rehabilitate the Interstate 290 bridges over Parker Boulevard in the Town of Tonawanda, according to the state Department of Transportation.  The next phase of the project will consist of lane closures on I-2 More...

INSTALLATION

— The Kenmore Volunteer Fire Department recently installed officers. From left are William J. Drenko, treasurer; William A. More...