Weekly Feature



February 10, 2011 RSS feed / Local News

Governor addresses budget, restoring economy in area visit

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Kennedy, Senate approve property tax cap

Sen. Timothy M. Kennedy, D-West Seneca, expressed his support last week for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s property tax cap program bill by co-sponsoring the legislation to help push the tax cap through the Senate.  More...

People in the news

Kevin B. Kirk, of West Seneca, working for Uniland Development Co., has been elected as a new director for a three-year term on the board for the University at Buffalo’s School of Management Alumni Association.   More...

Legislative chair seeks interns

Erie County Legislative Chair Barbara Miller-Williams, D-Buffalo, is seeking high school and college students to serve as interns in her district office, located at 427 William St., as well as at Erie County Hall, 92 Franklin St., Buffalo.  More...

Report: state’s colleges, universities a boon to New York economy

With total payroll exceeding $19.5 billion for 360,200 direct, indirect and induced jobs, New York’s independent colleges and universities are major private employers in all regions of New York State, according to a new economic analysis by the More...

Fire Report

8:26 a.m.: Winchester firefighters assisted an 84-year-old Emporium Drive female who was dehydrated. — 11:19 a.m.: Winchester firefighters aided a 9-year-old child who had difficulty breathing at Winchester Elementary. More...

CRASH CADILLAC

  Guitarist Don Vaccaro, of the band Crash Cadillac, entertains the crowd Saturday night during the 50s dance, sponsored by Vigilant Fire Company and SAL Squadron 735 American Legion. More...

Historian seeks artifacts for Seneca Indian display

Town Historian Jim Pace is currently seeking artifacts, such as arrowheads, for a historical display on the Seneca Indians and Buffalo Creek Reservation.  All artifacts will be gathered in the “rotating” display cabinet at the West S More...

Higgins discusses northern border agreement

Serving as a member of the House of Representatives’ committees for Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs, Rep. More...

Meeting

The Friends of the West Seneca Library has scheduled its next meeting for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17, in the library’s Community Room. The library is located at 1300 Union Road, next to West Seneca Town Hall.   More...

Applications available for Preserve New York Grants

Applications are now available to eligible municipalities and not-for-profit organizations to compete for funds through Preserve New York, a grant program of the Preservation League of New York State and the New York State Council on the Arts.  More...