Weekly Feature



June 15, 2011 RSS feed / Local News

Scout creating launch to earn highest ranking

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Ben Crewdson enjoys being a member of the Boy Scouts of America and he also likes canoeing with his family, so he decided to combine the two passions for a project he is developing at Ellicott Creek Park.  More...

Democratic Committee announces endorsements

The Town of Tonawanda Democratic Committee recently endorsed the following candidates in the fall election:  Anthony F. Caruana, town supervisor; Daniel J. Crangle, council member; Marguerite Greco, town clerk; J. More...

Photo

Leroy Knuth paddles his kayak along Ellicott Creek on Sunday. The creek travels through Ellicott Creek Park in the Town of Tonawanda. More...

In the military

David Lalka of Tonawanda has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army during a recent Reserve Officers’ Training Corps commissioning ceremony at Canisius College. More...

Ken East honors 13 for performing arts careers

Kenmore East High School recently inducted 13 individuals into its Performing Arts Hall of Fame. More...

CARDINAL O’HARA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION

Friday, June 10 2011

Jenna Tombolesi, the 2011 Salutatorian at Cardinal O’Hara High School in the Town of Tonawanda, delivers a speech to the graduating class during its commencement ceremony held on Friday at the More...

Town adding another sewer project

The Town of Tonawanda has no choice when it comes to redesigning its sanitary sewers. More...

St. Joe’s alumni to gather this weekend

It’s time for St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute alumni to reunite as the school will host its annual Alumni Weekend from June 17 to June 19.  More...

Kenmore East High School Prom

2011

Kenmore East High School senior prom-goers gathered on the dance floor to show off their moves at Cedar's in Williamsville. More...

Group opposes Democrats’ redistricting plan

Threatens vote to return to board of supervisors

Members of a coalition led by Brant Town Supervisor Leonard K. More...

Town Clerk’s office providing satellite services

The Town of Tonawanda Clerk’s Office is temporary transporting some of its services to a location that is ideal for senior citizens.  The Clerk’s Office will be bringing its services to the Tonawanda Senior Center, 291 Ensminger Road More...

Guided walks in Isle View set for this weekend

A free spring guided walk in Erie County’s Isle View Park will be held Saturday, June 18. The walk is part of a County program designed to promote healthy family fun and encourage residents to be more active. More...

District outreach programs slated

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick, R-Tonawanda, and his staff will meet with residents during District Outreach meetings this month.  More...

New leg to reduce cost of passports

Reps. More...

Legion Band Post summer concert schedule

The Legion Band of the Tonawandas Post 264 will perform a concert series this summer at the following times, dates and locations:  — 7 p.m. More...

School brief

Kenmore East High School was the top fundraising school for the 18th annual Walk For Kids presented by the National Honor Society. The school raised a total of $3,903.35.   More...

Fatal motorcycle crash still under investigation

Two motorcycle operators died last week after crashing on Interstate 290 near the Niagara Falls Boulevard exit.  Capt. Patrick McKenna of the Amherst Police Accident Investigation Unit said the two men, Jose I. More...

Sweet Home senior trades mortarboard for music

When most of the Sweet Home High School class of 2011 is crossing the stage to receive their diplomas, Josh DePointe will be on another stage altogether.  DePointe is foregoing his graduation to be a double bassist in the National Honor Ensemble More...

Sweet Home High School Prom 2011

Thursday, June 9 - Buffalo Hyatt Regency

Megan Fagyas and Lauren Dean enjoy the surroundings of the atrium inside the Buffalo Hyatt Regency on Thursday. More...