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News from Hamburg NY


Eden researches ways to improve technology use in the classroom

EDEN — At the Eden Central School District, the board of education and Superintendent Sandra Anzalone are doing research into the technological needs of... more

Blasdell shares road repair news

BLASDELL — Repairs to Blasdell streets could soon be on the docket, according to village officials. Those roads could then be used to take residents to... more

Brant approves special permit

BRANT — The Brant Town Board voted to approve a special use permit to Lonkey Empire Collision after a few months of further discussion and review. The... more

New principal for Frontier Middle

Hamburg— You can take the district resident out of Frontier but apparently, you cannot take the Frontier out of the district resident. That description... more

Hamburg talks wind turbines, new code

HAMBURG — Three public hearings were held during Hamburg’s board meeting on June 22. All three hearings were in regards to local laws, Nos. 7, 8 and 9,... more

Eden talks most important parts of next capital project

HAMBURG — The cost of Eden School District’s proposed capital project was a topic of further discussion at the board of education’s special meeting on... more

Brant Summer Fest Father’s Day weekend

BRANT — This year’s Brant Summer Fest and Strawberry Jam kicks off Friday, June 19 at 4 p.m. with a fish fry by Krolick’s, which will benefit Parish of... more

Teaching, A Love Story: David Acanfora retires from Frontier

Reaching the top of the stairs just before 7 a.m., David Acanfora turns left toward his classroom. Weather is warming, and the students he instructs have... more

Hamburg updates code of conduct for 2015-16

HAMBURG — The Code of Conduct within the Hamburg School District has some changes for 2015-16, including the requirement of attendance at drug and alcohol... more

Farnham will share with Brant

FRNHAM — The village of Farnham has approved a measure to share services with of Brant, under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Countywide Government Efficiency Plan.The... more

Run the ‘Burg brings in over 1,500 runners and walkers at 5K

HAMBURG — The JP’s Foundation, along with the Parents’ Guild of Saints Peter and Paul School and Autism Services hosted the fifth annual Run the ’Burg... more

Enough is Enough: stop sexual assault on college campuses

HAMBURG — For New York State Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, a Hamburg native, mother and women’s rights advocate, enough is enough. Hochul has spent... more

New Tot Spot offers extra workout incentive at Dani-Fit fitness facility

HAMBURG — Dani-Fit Studio will celebrate three years at its Woodlawn location in July, but in the meantime, owner Danielle Pietrocarlo is hard at work... more

Flu leads to ban on bird barn exhibitions for fairs statewide

In response to a growing number of bird flu cases, New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets has issued a ban of fowl exhibits for all fairs,... more

Run the ‘Burg for Autism takes off June 6.

J.P.’s Foundation is making final preparations for the fifth annual “Run the Burg for Autism,” to be held on Saturday, June 6. While interested participants... more
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