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News from Hamburg NY

Blasdell officials eye summer for splash pad installation

BLASDELL — Blasdell officials have expressed the hope that a long-awaited splash pad will be available for resident usage by the time the summer’s hot... more

A new year in the village of Hamburg

HAMBURG — As part of its multi-tiered April 7 gathering, the Hamburg Village Board held its annual organizational meeting, which included the adoption... more

North Collins budget holds the line on costs and taxes

NORTH COLLINS — “Our funds are on a solid basis. We have put together a budget that does not impact the taxpayer, while meeting the needs of the village,”... more

North Collins budget holds the line on costs and taxes

NORTH COLLINS — “Our funds are on a solid basis. We have put together a budget that does not impact the taxpayer, while meeting the needs of the village,”... more

Night events for Frontier District athletics are on the docket as a proposed budgetary cut

HAMBURG — The range of budget cuts taking place in the Frontier Central School District could stretch as far as eliminating home night athletic events... more

Eden Board updates constituents on water project

EDEN — The town of Eden has taken the next step in its Consolidated Water District (Green Street Project) by approving to increase and improve the facilities... more

VBAC, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, local village representatives gather to coordinate for upcoming seasons

HAMBURG — The Hamburg Chamber of Commerce and the Village Business Advisory Council invited representatives from various businesses and organizations to... more

Eden Raiders will respond with a day of community service

EDEN — The Eden Central School District will take Friday, May 16 to give back to the community, with a district-wide service day called “Raiders Respond.”Residents... more

Seek the Promised Land in new novel by a Blasdell resident

BLASDELL — Cliff Fazzolari’s 10th book, written about and dedicated to the life of his brother, was going to be his last work. Until Fazzolari began writing... more

The alarm has sounded: Fire companies make a plea for members

HAMBURG — In a stated goal of raising awareness about the need for volunteer firefighters, many area fire departments will host open houses on the weekend... more

Proposed senior housing project in Hamburg ruffles village residents’ feathers

HAMBURG — Faces that have grown familiar to those following the progression of the proposed Sherwood Meadows Apartments in the town of Hamburg were present... more

Announcing the budget plans for North Collins schools

NORTH COLLINS — The North Collins School District Board adopted a proposed 2014 – 2015 budget during its April 8 meeting; this will be submitted to voters... more

Town of North Collins passes its audit with laudable fund balances

NORTH COLLINS — The North Collins Town Board received the final audit for the supervisor, court and clerk's offices from Laura Landers of Freed Maxick,... more

Local Holy Week church services for 2014

SOUTHTOWNS — Holy Week services for Saints Peter & Paul Roman Catholic Church are as follows:– Holy Thursday, April 17: 9 a.m. morning prayer service... more

Woody’s Beach Club will not make a comeback, after judge denies request for restraining order

HAMBURG — The Hon. John Michaelek has denied a request for a restraining order in the case of Woodlawn Beach Entertainment LLC vs. Town of Hamburg. This... more

Former Hamburg resident serves second term on the CJP

HAMBURG — California Gov. Jerry Brown recently appointed former State Bar President Anthony Capozzi to serve a second term on the Commission on Judicial... more

Students named to All-WNY Academic Team

HAMBURG — Two Saint Francis High School seniors have been named to Business First’s 2014 All-Western New York Academic Team.Matthew Fabian (first team)... more

Funding procured for Hamburg video lottery terminals

HAMBURG — Sen. Mark Grisanti announced that additional funding has been obtained in this year’s state budget, for the town of Hamburg to host video lottery... more

Vice presidents appointed by Evans Bank

HAMBURG — Evans Bank has announced two new vice presidents, David Lulas and Nicholas Alberalla, both commercial loan officers.Lulas joined Evans in June... more

Building from the past to the future

Guest column submitted by Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz.Last month, our community was saddened at the passing of Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson... more

Immaculata Academy announces honor roll

Ninth grade first honors:Abby Choboy, Anna Giglio, Courtney Kline, Clare Pivarunas and Jill Stachowski.Second honors:Kiley Austin, Emily Bartholomew, Morgan... more

Sherman Says: Sunday provides the opportunity to stand up and be counted

HAMBURG — Anyone who claims there is nothing to do in Buffalo should look no farther than this Sunday.For practicing Christians, it is Palm Sunday and,... more

The Boston Town Board is anticipating the future

BOSTON — “As you are aware, in the town of Boston, we kind of pride ourselves in running this town like a business,” said Councilman Jay Boardway, during... more

McGuire Development hires sales manager

HAMBURG — McGuire Development Company, a local commercial development, brokerage and property management firm, has announced the appointment of David Supon... more

Hundreds of gowns distributed through Prom Dress Drive

HAMBURG — Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon and Urban Valet Dry Cleaners have announced that the dresses collected during the fifth annual Prom Dress... more

Applicants sought for county’s citizens’ budget review commission

HAMBURG — Erie County Legislature Chairman John Mills announced that the Erie County Legislature is in the process of accepting applications from residents... more

Hamburg closes budget gap, adopts fiscal plan to present to voters

HAMBURG — Hamburg Central School District officials generally agreed on a few things, heading into the annual May budget vote: the 2014 – 2015 fiscal plan... more

Frontier High School student is energized by electrical work

HAMBURG — Frontier High School senior Ryan Niedermeier recently took first place in the SkillsUSA electrical construction wiring regional competition and... more

Community members make pleas to save school programs

HAMBURG — The Hamburg Central School District’s proposed budget for 2014 – 2015 has cuts that include eliminating 26 positions, including 8.5 through layoffs,... more

Eden Junior-Senior High School merit roll

The Eden Junior-Senior High School has released its second quarter merit roll.Ninth grade merit rollBridget Bender, Andrew Bialy, Madison Blasz, Lorilei... more

Is it tax time already? I did this just last year!

The middle of April is such a conflicted time of year. Amidst the sighting of the first robin of spring, the melting snow and warm sunshine lurks the dreaded... more

In opposition to taxpayer-funded elections

The following is a guest column submitted by New York Sen. Mark Grisanti.Representatives from an entity known as the Public Campaign Action Fund recently... more

Sherman Says: ‘Bold action’ doesn’t fly, when it affects your kid’s school

Anyone wishing to gauge the level of acceptance for school consolidation in Western New York should have been at a recent meeting of the Sweet Home School... more

Farnham Village Board discusses grant writing, department of public works numbers

FARNHAM — For another year, taxes in the village of Farnham will not be going up. They will also not be going down, the Farnham Village Board announced,... more

Gardening & More: A raised bed from pallets can offer a quick fix for poor soil

A lot of us gardeners have clay in our soil. If we want to start a new garden bed, we will have to do a lot of work, including churning in a lot of compost... more
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