Weekly Feature



October 19, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Town of Tonawanda receives $250,000 to combat ‘zombie’ homes

Grant awards totaling $12.6 million were announced by Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman last week to help 76 cities, towns and villages across the state address the problem of vacant properties and “zombie” homes.  More...

New bridges open in Town of Tonawanda

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Personal trainer inspires transformation

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Starting a new regimen can be tough, especially if it involves exercise and changing your diet. Personal trainer Serofino Giambattista helps motivate people as they embark on a journey to make physical and mental changes in their lives. More...

School concert to feature American Legion Band of the Tonawandas

The big band sounds of the American Legion Band of the Tonawandas will combine with Mount St. More...

DeAngelis Carousel to be housed at Canalside

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News Brief

The seventh annual Kids Helping Kids fundraiser will take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at Knox Church Hall, 2595 Elmwood Ave. More...

Craft & Vendor Fair set at Kenmore East

Kenmore East High School will host the third annual Craft & Vendor Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, to benefit the school’s post-prom party.  Vendors will feature a variety of retail and handmade items for sale. More...

FIRE OPEN HOUSE

— Peter Breitnauer, second assistant chief, center, talks to the Haynes family, comprising Corey; Ava, 2, left; Aubrey, 4; Liam, 3; and wife Stacey, as they sit in the cab of Engine 2 during th More...

News Brief

The Home School Association at Cardinal O’Hara High School will host its annual meat raffle on Friday, Oct. 21. Doors open at 6 p.m. followed at 7 p.m. by the first spin. More...

Cleanup scheduled at North Tonawanda Audubon Preserve

The Sabres Green Team will partner with the Buffalo Audubon Society from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in an effort to help clean up the North Tonawanda Audubon Preserve.  More...

Eight women arrested in prostitution sting

Eight women were arrested on Oct. 13 during a prostitution sting operation at a Cheektowaga hotel, including three women who claimed to be sisters, according to Cheektowaga police.  More...

Political Memorabilia Show returns to Buffalo

Fans of political banners, posters, buttons, ribbons, badges and much more will have the chance to bid for items and check out what is on display at the “Back To Buffalo” Political Memorabilia Show this weekend.  More...

Town of Tonawanda resident wins lottery

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O’Hara hosts Buffalo Music Hall of Fame

The Buffalo Music Hall of Fame recently held its 34th annual induction gala at the Cardinal O’Hara Performing Arts Center. More...

Districtwide survey to open Oct. 28

All Ken-Ton stakeholders are encouraged to take part in a districtwide survey conversation that will be open from Friday, Oct. 28, to Monday, Nov. 7. Anyone can self-register to receive an invitation email by visiting www.ktufsd.org/survey.  More...