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May 17, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Lomeo to deliver St. Joe’s commencement speech

On Thursday, Kaleida Health President and CEO Jody Lomeo will address the graduates of St. More...

Brian Dugan Road Race set for May 19

Community members will come together to celebrate Brian Dugan’s life and legacy at the annual Brian Dugan Memorial Scholarship Road Race on Friday, May 19.  The late Dugan was a father, husband, son, friend, coach and teacher. More...

Students attend product development workshop

Earlier this month, dozens of area middle-schoolers got a chance to experience a hands-on product development workshop hosted by Mount St. More...

St. Joe’s president to retire next year

Robert T. Scott, president of St. Joe’s, will retire at the end of the 2017-18 school year, marking the end of his 48th year, according to the St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute Board of Trustees. More...

Healing garden dedicated at Kenmore Mercy

Colorful flowers and plants now greet arriving patients, visitors and associates at Kenmore Mercy Hospital thanks to a donation made to the Kenmore Mercy Foundation by the late John M. More...

Senior Wishes seeking applicants

Senior Wishes, a local nonprofit created in 2014 by the United Church Home Society, is seeking wish applicants.  The organization helps qualifying seniors travel to reunite with family and friends, take part in a sporting or cultural event, or More...

NT mayor releases statement on police dispatch

North Tonawanda Mayor Arthur Pappas has issued the following statement in response to the North Tonawanda Police Benevolent Association’s proposal to separate the city from the county’s modernized central dispatch system:  More...

Program on Polish women set for May 22

Polish-American folklorist and author, Sophie Hodorowicz Knab, will discuss her latest book, “Wearing the Letter ‘P’: Polish Women as Forced Laborers in Nazi Germany, 1939-1945,” at 7 p.m. More...

Youth Board holds awards dinner

The Town of Tonawanda Youth Board recognized the accomplishments of youth and adults who work with youth from across the Ken-Ton Community at its 40th annual awards dinner on Thursday.  More...