Weekly Feature



September 13, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

BACK TO SCHOOL —

The Student Council at Cardinal O’Hara High School continues a tradition by presenting a “welcome back to school” gift on the first day of school to the faculty and staff. More...

Sen. Jacobs pushes for action on fentanyl bill

State Sen. More...

Biology lab to be completed at O’Hara

A few changes at Cardinal O’Hara High School in the Town of Tonawanda have allowed the science department to be all on the same floor.  A new biology lab, which was previously the home of the advancement department office, is in the constr More...

News Brief

The 2nd Generation Theatre will present a “Best of Broadway” concert at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, at Kenmore Presbyterian Church, 2771 Delaware Ave. The ticket price is $10. For tickets, call 875-7600.   More...

Tonawanda resident to be ordained

Six men will receive the sacrament of holy orders on Saturday, Sept. 16, when Bishop Richard J. Malone ordains the men to the holy order of deacon, according to a press release from the Diocese of Buffalo.  More...

Sunday Jazz set at Carnegie Art Center

The Carnegie Art Center will host six weeks of jazz concerts, beginning Thursday, Sept. 14, at 240 Goundry St. in North Tonawanda.  Bobby Militello, an American jazz saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist, will kick off the series. More...

Parent Academies planned at Hoover Middle School

Hoover Middle School will offer Parent Academies for the 2017-18 school year that will be open to all Ken-Ton School District families.  In collaboration with the Hoover Middle Parent Teacher Association, the school will host an informational ga More...

Jacobs holds Great Lakes Roundtable

Twenty-five public and private leaders from 16 municipal and environmental organizations recently met to share ideas and discuss strategies on how to improve water safety and quality and reduce beach closures in communities across Western New York, a More...

Library News

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