Weekly Feature



May 26, 2011 RSS feed / Local News

Lucachik to Town Board: ‘I’ve had enough of ... backroom politics’

Two weeks ago, the West Seneca Town Board granted a special permit for Waste Management to develop its property on Ransier Road.  Board members went into an executive session, away from the public, and reconvened to ultimately approve the permit More...

Library to receive $21K grant

The West Seneca Public Library has learned that it will soon receive state funding for energy-efficient construction projects.  More...

Amanda Hansen Foundation plans golf tournament

The 2011 annual golf tournament for the Amanda Hansen Foundation has been slated for Wednesday, June 29, at Holland Hills Country Club, 10438 Holland Glenwood Road.  Registration will be held at 8 a.m. More...

Hart announces candidacy for seat on Town Board

Eugene “Gene” P. Hart Jr., a lifelong West Seneca resident, has announced his candidacy for the four-year term on the West Seneca Town Board. He will run in the Democratic primary and seek the endorsement of all minor parties.  More...

Lagoda wins mechanic competition

Could you find 10 things wrong with a school bus in 10 minutes? Mike Lagoda can.  More...

GROUND BREAKING

Discussing construction plans for the new St. John’s Lutheran Church on Clinton Street are, from left, Rick Lipka, Jim Bammel, David Knauss, Norm Marshall and Ed Berger. A groundbreaking ceremony for the new church building was held Sunday. More...

‘Shuster Amendment’ may be dropped from FAA bill

Rep. Brian Higgins, D-27th District, said last week that the “Shuster Amendment” may be dropped entirely from the FAA Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2011.  More...

Fire Report

Monday, May 16   — 2:15 p.m.: Winchester firefighters responded to Clinton Street due to an activated fire alarm, which said to be set off accidentally.  — 3:35 p.m.: Seneca Hose firefighters responded to Edson Street due to an More...