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May 23, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Exchange Club presents funds to nonprofit agencies

The Erie-Niagara Sunrise Exchange Club presented nearly $10,000 to 16 nonprofit outreach programs and agencies in the Tonawanda-Buffalo area earlier this month at a donation distribution event at Salem Church in Tonawanda.  Donations to the age More...

$5.5 M secured to construct new water supply

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Tonawanda man pleads guilty to possession of child pornography

Christopher Hayden, 49, of the Town of Tonawanda, has pleaded guilty before State Supreme Court Justice John L. More...

Service organization looks to help local youth

One of the world’s largest service organizations has chosen the Greater Buffalo area, focusing on North Buffalo and Kenmore, as its next venue for helping youth.  Volunteer members of Optimist International will be spending the next few we More...

Senate passes bill to protect students from sexual abuse

The New York State Senate has passed legislation to expand the types of educational settings required to report child abuse and to increase the professions required to receive training to identify and report abuse.  The bill is co-sponsored by S More...

Kenmore Village Improvement Society awards scholarships

During its May 14 meeting, the Kenmore Village Improvement Society awarded the Christopher and Frederick Sachs Scholarship and the Northtown Subaru Dog Days of Kenmore Scholarship.  The 2018 Christopher and Frederick Sachs Scholarship was awarde More...

Tonawanda junior’s dedication to theater earns her Kenny Award

Emily Kuhn took home the award for Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role at the Western New York Kenny Awards’ landmark 25th anniversary, which was held at Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo this month.  The junior from the Ton More...

On the Campus

Jeremey Wood of Tonawanda has graduated from the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program at Brockport State College and was commissioned a second lieutenant in a ceremony at the school. More...

Ken-Ton student reports suspicious person to police

A Benjamin Franklin Middle School student reported to Town of Tonawanda police and Ken-Ton school officials that she was approached on Friday morning by an unknown man while on her way to school.  More...