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January 4, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Erie 1 BOCES students learn more about Ken-Ton Elks

Erie 1 BOCES student reporters recently asked visitors from the Ken-Ton Elks Lodge No. More...

Editorial

Ending the year on a low note, hope for 2017

It goes without saying — 2016 was a pretty rough year. There wasn’t a lot of positivity to come out of it, but what exactly made the year so bad? More...

Out of the Past

24 Years Ago Jan. 8, 1992   More...

Outdoor hockey games are fine, what about the All-Star Game?

Managing Editor

Even the most astute hockey fan may not realize that the 2017 All-Star Game will be played in sunny Los Angeles, far from the strongest part of the fan base of the National Hockey League.  Today, these decisions are based on the almighty dollar More...

Obituaries

Robert J. Ivory, running coach at St. Joe’s

Robert J. Ivory, 86, of Buffalo, died Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016.  Born in Buffalo, he was a 1947 graduate of St. More...

Death Notice

NALYWAJKO, Mary (nee Lysak), of Depew, died Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016. Mrs. Nalywajko is survived by two children, Donna and Anna; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Theodor. More...

Lifestyles

It Happened to Alexa Foundation

New leadership strengthens focus on women’s issues, assault victims

Kate Fowler describes herself as a “diehard feminist.” She focused her doctorate on women’s issues, so it is no surprise she is excited to take on her new role as the executive director of the It Happened to Alexa Foundation.  More...

Garden Club scheduled to meet

The Kenmore Garden Club will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, at Kenmore United Methodist Church, 32 Landers Road. More...

Entertainment

Special Events

fri. 6-sun. 8  Massive LAN — Gamers, play nonstop for the entire weekend, opens Friday, Jan. 6, with continuous play through Sunday, Jan. More...

Walking Tours

sat. 7   More...

Family Activities

thurs. 5   More...

A double win

Razhique Sullivan of St. More...

Funding secured for renovations at former Kenmore Middle

Facility renovations will be taking place at the former Kenmore Middle School for the Big Picture Program, which is intended to get struggling students on schedule to graduate with their Regents diploma.  Assemblyman Robin Schimminger recently s More...

Local News

Caruana receives Hall of Fame nomination

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

The Buffalo Rugby Club has been in existence for over 50 years and has seen some great talent along the way. More...

Zonta Club of Kenmore to present awards

The Zonta Club of Kenmore will present awards to candidates in the following categories: More...

Musicians unite to represent region in blues competition

After befriending each other last year, two area musicians are poised to represent Western New York at the International Blues Challenge, set for Jan. 31 through Feb. 4 in Memphis, Tennessee. More...

Police Blotter

Roller derby bag taken from vehicle

Village of Kenmore •  Monday, Dec. 26   • An anonymous person reported an underage drinking party on Keller Avenue.  More...

Sports

St. Joe’s tops Kenmore West in Ken-Ton Tournament Championship

St. Joe’s closed out non-league play in impressive fashion Wednesday with a championship victory at the Ken-Ton Tournament. After defeated Kenmore East 62-33 Tuesday, the Marauders beat Kenmore West 75-68 in the finals Wednesday.  More...

Cardinal O’Hara defeats Kenmore East in Ken-Ton Tourney consolation

The Cardinal O’Hara boys’ basketball team made the most of the second day of the Ken-Ton Tournament. More...

St. Joe’s hockey wins tournament

The St. Joe’s Federation hockey team (8-1-1) went 4-0 over the winter break, defeating rival Williamsville North before traveling to Providence, Rhode Island, to defend its title and win the Mount St Charles Holiday Face-off Tournament. More...

Business

Not all gasoline created equal, says AAA

New testing from AAA has uncovered significant differences in the quality of gasoline sold at fuel retailers in the United States. More...

Scholarship applications sought

The Niagara Military Affairs Council has established a scholarship in honor of Merrell Lane, the longtime chairman of NIMAC. More...

BlueCross BlueShield to launch podcast series

BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York recently launched “Point of Health,” a free audiocast featuring thought leaders in health care and the health insurance industry.  More...