Weekly Feature



November 28, 2012 RSS feed / Local News

Advocacy group drives home holiday reminder

Volunteers with Crusade Against Impaired Driving are urging drivers across the area not to text or drink and drive this holiday season.  Through the support of Lamar Advertising, billboards were placed at Southwestern Boulevard and Transit Road More...

Town of Tonawanda woman starring in Theatre Guild production of “Gypsy”

Town of Tonawanda resident Cassandra Grizanti will star in the Niagara Regional Theatre Guild’s upcoming performance of Gypsy.  More...

Kenmore male flees town police after traffic stop on Belmont

A Village of Kenmore man fled from police on Nov. 21 following a roadside traffic stop, according to the police report.  Authorities said Matthew R. Nagorski, 23, jumped out of his vehicle and ran from police after he was stopped at 4:20 a.m. More...

Skating lesson registration set for this week at Lincoln Arena

The Town of Tonawanda Youth, Parks and Recreation Department will have ice skating lessons registration for all youth from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at Lincoln Arena.  Lessons will be offered from Dec. 1 through Jan. More...

Dome revamping space to feature banquet rooms, simulated golf

Two golf-related businesses have entered agreements as tenants at the Paddock Chevrolet Golf Dome in the Town of Tonawanda.  More...

MEETING THE JOLLY ELF

— Eden Gibson, left, and Sophia Wolf both of Kenmore, and Robert Kain Jr. More...

Actor returns for final performances as ‘Scrooge’

Each holiday season for the past 15 years, actor John Smeathers has traveled from his home in Manchester, England in anticipation of portraying a miserly character on stage.  Every November, Smeathers begins growing his muttonchops for his role More...