Weekly Feature



July 10, 2013 RSS feed / Local News

NYC children arrive for ‘Fresh Air’ fun in WNY

Imagine a child climbing the steps of a chartered bus perched on the hot July cement in New York City and embarking, alone, on an adventure to experience nature in the country.  That child will, however, be among 4,000 others between the ages of More...

Kelso works on concussion prevention

Former Bills player wore protective helmet during career

Concussions were becoming a regular occurrence in the football life of Mark Kelso in 1989.  After suffering his fourth in two years, the then-Buffalo Bills player met with a neurologist to get clearance for a return to the field.  More...

Retrouvaille offers alternative to marriage counseling

Problems in a marriage are not easy. Counseling may be recommended, but there are some couples who say Retrouvaille was the only thing that saved their marriage.  More...

Kenilworth location having troubles?

Library branch reports circulation, foot traffic decline

In recent years, both the Town of Tonawanda Library Board and area residents have fought to keep its remaining two branches open, but one of them is showing a decline in usage while the other is showing a steady increase.  More...

MILITARY TRAVELS

World War II Navy Veteran George Whitlock, left, of Kenmore, shares a map with Linda Rossitto and her daughter Christina. More...

GOOD FOR TWO

Suzanne Pfleger and family friend Bradin Allen, from Tonawanda, shoot some baskets poolside to cool off as temperatures reach the mid-80s Saturday at the Brighton Pool in the Town of Tonawanda. More...