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September 13, 2017 RSS feed / Editorial

Community can raise funds for hurricane relief

As Hurricane Irma’s path made its way through Florida this past weekend after hitting the Caribbean, our thoughts and prayers have been with those who reside on the islands and in the “Sunshine State.” More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Sept. 16, 1992   More...

TAKE WHAT YOU NEED

— Eighth-grader Keegan Ficorilli, left, with teacher Lauren Berowski and Brie Marchese, also an eighth-grader, stand in front of a classroom door, with a “Take What You Need” theme, More...

Hurricane causes people to come together

Erie County Legislature

For much of last month, it appeared that the country was coming apart at the seams. In the wake of the protests in Charlottesville, Americans were beginning to choose sides, and some even talked of a coming civil war. More...

Spindle items

Ken-Ton Editor

LIVE MUSIC — If you like discovering new music, you might want to check out Boston’s Griffin Robillard.  The musician will be touring in support of his debut record and making a stop in the area. He will be performing at 7 p.m. More...

Assault on DACA deflects blame toward Congress

Managing Editor

President Donald Trump is swiftly establishing himself as the all-time master of the legendary “bait and switch” move.  More...

Correction

A Sept. 6 article on the Kenmore West-Niagara Falls football game should have stated that Kenmore West’s Andrew Fron threw a touchdown pass to Joe Stewart. Another player was incorrectly credited with the throw.   More...

Shared Services Panel produces bipartisan results

Erie County Executive

For the past few months I have been meeting with local leaders from more than 30 municipalities as part of the county Shared Services Panel, a bipartisan group tasked with creating a countywide Shared Services Tax Saving Plan with new recurring prope More...