Weekly Feature



November 8, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Guilty plea made in Lindbergh theft

A Tonawanda woman has pleaded guilty before Erie County Court Judge Kenneth F. More...

Man seeks to quash bullying after grandson’s death

A little more than six months since cyberbullying pushed his grandson to take his own life, Joe Smajdor is organizing what he hopes will be a solution to the growing problem.  More...

NT board discusses violent incident

Members of the North Tonawanda City Schools Board of Education spoke out during a meeting held Wednesday night regarding a recent violent incident involving two students.  More...

CENTENNIAL

— John Percy, president of the Tonawanda Kenmore Historical Society, accepts a plaque celebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Lions Clubs International by Melvin Jones. More...

Ken East to present comedy ‘Crazytown’

Kenmore East High School will present the comedy “Crazytown” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, and Thursday, Nov. More...

COLLECTIBLE CANS

— Christy Fell, left, and Tim Barraclough of North Tonawanda, look over beer cans during the Brewery Collectable Show held at the Elks Lodge 860 in Tonawanda on Saturday. More...

CANINE CALLER —

Officer Craig Lehner’s dog, Shield, is shown at Cardinal O’Hara High School on Monday, along with Buffalo Police K-9 Officer Salvatore Losi. More...

Senior Wishes seeks applicants

Senior Wishes is actively seeking wish applications to assist seniors in fulfilling their dreams.  A wish recipient must be 65 years old or more and a resident of Western New York, and have an annual income of less than $38,000 for a household o More...

Pendleton UMC accepting Operation Christmas Child gifts

Pendleton United Methodist Church in North Tonawanda will be a drop-off location for the Samaritan Purse project Operation Christmas Child.   More...