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September 21, 2017 RSS feed / Editorial

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer. It’s a scary six-letter word that can inflict fear in the hearts of those it attacks. It does not discriminate and can ravage the bodies of the smallest people, snuffing out their lights before they ever get a chance to truly shine. More...

Out of the Past

20 Years Ago - Sept. 25, 1997 •   Milestrip Road residents met with businessman Jim Ball Tuesday to air concerns regarding noise and other problems associated with his dealership.  More...

Accessible government services will benefit people

New York State Senator

My philosophy of public service has always been guided by the principle that the government closest to the people best serves the people. More...

Spindle items

Orchard Park Editor

TAKE IN ARTIFY — There’s no such thing as too much art, right?  On the heels of the 56th annual Quaker Arts Festival, the Chestnut Ridge Conservancy is getting in on the act of providing residents a chance to meet and watch artists h More...

When towns turn 200, it’s time for a history lesson

Managing Editor

Next year will be a significant milestone for at least four area towns, as Amherst, Aurora, Holland and Wales will mark their bicentennials. More...