Weekly Feature



July 12, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

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• WATERLINE UPDATE — The Route 20A waterline project is continuing to move along, with Deputy Mayor Matthew Hartung saying the contractor has almost reached Carrow Street.  Once the contractor reaches Carrow, workers will drill under More...

Remember when Twin Fair was region’s retail giant?

Forty-odd years ago, Western New York was home to a retail giant that was clearly ahead of its time: Twin Fair discount department stores.  These sprawling stores seemed to sell everything: clothing, footwear, bedding, furniture, jewelry, beauty More...

Budget outlook, ADA anniversary highlight July

Summer is off to a hot start in Erie County, and I experienced that firsthand recently as I joined thousands of residents and visitors to celebrate Independence Day festivities across the county. More...

Out of the Past

20 Years Ago July 16, 1998

• Final passage of special exception uses will rest with the Village Board. The board approved a local law Monday that returns the balance of power to village trustees, something that hasn’t been done in more than 15 years.  More...

Events provide residents quality of life they deserve

This past Sunday, my wife and I attended the JJ Swing concert at the pavilion, and we have placed several others on our calendar. The music, outdoor environment and hundreds of people present make for a most pleasant evening. More...

Staff, BOE changes mark district’s start to summer

Finally, summer is here, and I know we all hope for time to relax and enjoy the wonderful weather.  More...