Weekly Feature



November 8, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Supervisor candidate argues for term limits

Jim Lawson is running for town supervisor next year. During Monday’s Town Board meeting, he called for the current board to open a discussion on term limits.  The topic was brought up during the Oct. 22 meeting by resident David Kims. More...

Fleet leasing considered by board

In an effort to operate more efficiently and cost-effectively, the Town of West Seneca has begun researching ways to update its fleet at a low cost.  Megan Wnek, the town’s director of finance, said Enterprise Fleet Management is a possibl More...

CRISIS IN THE CHURCH

Bishop Richard Malone speaks about the sexual abuse crisis in the Buffalo Catholic Diocese during a press conference held at Infant of Prague Parish in Cheektowaga on Monday. More...

Meetings

Town Board  Monday, Nov. 19  — All meetings, unless noted, begin at 7 p.m. and are held in Council Chambers at Town Hall, 1250 Union Road. Meetings are open to the public.  School Board  Tuesday, Dec. 4  More...

Free haircuts, party given for veterans

Armstrong’s Barber Shop, at 2852 Seneca St., will offer free haircuts for veterans from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12. Haircuts will be given by appointment only.  More...

VOTE

Judy Burdzy, left, gets her ballot from poll worker Sylvia Grendisa at Vigilant Fire Hall while voters in West Seneca cast their ballots for the 2018 midterm elections Tuesday morning. More...

Recreation slates first open-gym programs

West Seneca Youth and Recreation will open its introductory programs for coed youth open gym on Thursday evenings in the new space at the Community Center Library, 1300 Union Road.  Each Thursday will offer different program themes to get childr More...

‘Lights of Love’ returns to SPCA

After a hiatus, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Serving Erie County brings back its “Lights of Love” program for the 2018 holiday season.  Now through Thursday, Dec. More...