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May 18, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

May declared Lyme Disease Awareness Month

Erie County leaders, along with Legislature Majority Leader Joseph Lorigo, recently recognized May as Lyme Disease Awareness Month in an effort to educate and protect the community.  More...

Methadone clinic to be added to addiction services facility on OP border

Citizens in the Southtowns dealing with addiction to opioids will soon be aided by the addition of a methadone clinic in Hamburg that is attempting to make it easier for those battling addiction to find help in the region.  (See editorial on pag More...

EAHS students win Envirothon competition

East Aurora High School students Olivia Guard, Tyler Phillips, Mary Beavers, Ben Bachman and Ava Warren took home top honors during the Envirothon contest.  The event, which is hosted by the Erie County Soil & Water Conservation District, al More...

News Brief

Hintz of Thunder and the East Aurora High School Jazz Band are set to perform at the 62nd annual East Aurora Kiwanis chicken barbecue between 4 and 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, at Hamlin Park. More...

ECC recognized for technology excellence

SUNY Erie Community College’s Information Technology Program was recently honored as the Best Tech Team in Non-Profit/Education by InfoTech WNY as part of the organization’s annual   Buffalo Emerging Technology Awards Showcase at Buf More...

News Brief

Aurora Boneberg of Lancaster will star as Natasha Navratilova in Tom Stoppard’s “Rough Crossing.” Aurora Players performs from Friday, May 19, to Sunday, May 21, followed by May 26 to 28 and June 2 to 4. More...

‘Die-in’ orchestrated to protest AHCA

Rep. Chris Collins is in the crosshairs of his constituents again, due to his support of President Donald Trump’s American Health Care Act.  More...