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HMS students meet a Lost Boy of Sudan, donate $1,179

Displaced by a civil war in Sudan at a very young age, Deng Jongkuch, was separated from his family, grew up in refugee camps in Ethiopia and Kenya and... more

Eden to hold Hour of Code to give students upper hand

The Hour of Code is an informative program that aims to educate young kids about computer programming, an area of math and science that is increasingly... more

Winter Storm Knife proclamation made in Evans

The Town of Evans was issued an executive proclamation from Erie County for their hard work and dedication as the one-year anniversary of Winter Storm... more

Elementary School target for mini-capital project

Updates to the electrical system and installation of efficient lighting at North Collins Elementary is the focus of a possible mini-capital project being... more

Green Friday to offer shopping, and an experience

Imagine waking up the day after Thanksgiving at a cool 11 a.m., making yourself or your family a turkey and egg hash, and then strolling down to the village... more

Eden School to hold vote on capital project propositions

Two capital project propositions will be on a ballot December 15 at the Eden Central School District, to determine which of the two improvement plans will... more

Santa Claus Parade to march with double-sized budget

The Hamburgh Holidays community group has a lot planned as far as winter festivities go. Barring any natural disasters, the Hamburg village can expect... more

Robot unites STEAM at Immaculata Academy

At Immaculata Academy, on South Park Avenue, in Hamburg, a robot is helping to marry science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) to create... more

Fentons named citizens of the month

For local business owners Denise and Randy Fenton, giving back to the community they love to live in is a no-brainer. Whether they are selling their Main... more

Tina’s Italian Kitchen to say goodbye

The following is a submitted article written by Christina DeNisco, the daughter of the owners of Tina’s Italian Kitchen. I am writing on behalf of... more

Morty makes a comeback—as a leaf

Remember Morty the corpse flower? It bloomed with a seven-and-one-half-foot flower that smelled like rotting meat at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical... more

New signs welcome citizens and newcomers to village of Hamburg

Since the ‘90s, the welcome signs at the village of Hamburg’s gateway streets have endured the abuse of record-breaking snow storms, snow removal damage,... more

Hamburg Presbyterian Church’s Pumpkin Patch leaves nothing to waste

Kids marched down Union Street in their Halloween finery Oct. 24, with the promise of apple cider and donuts in Memorial Park. Some stopped off at the... more
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