Illness is never easy, particularly when the sick person in question is a young, compassionate women beloved by her friends and family. However, when that illness is rare — affecting literally one in a million people worldwide — things become even harder.
Letchworth State Park is one of four finalists in the I LOVE NEW YORK March Madness promotion.
For the past few years the athletic department at Pioneer High School has hosted a Wellness Night, a time for families to gain information on health and fitness, pick up some free samples, and learn how to enjoy movement. Athletic Director Jim Graczyk was pleased with this year’s turn out and happy to see families having fun together.
Shaun Hediger, a detective with the Erie County Sheriff’s Office, was awarded for his Excellence in Law Enforcement at the annual Medaille College Media Awards. Along with Sheriff Timothy B. Howard, who was also recognized and received the Law Enforcement Man of the Year Award, Hediger and other awardees attended the luncheon ceremony at the Buffalo campus Monday.
WARSAW — A Wyoming County Jail Inmate was arrested Sunday, March 26 following the discovery of contraband in her cell during a cell search.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is proposing four free sport fishing days be added to complement the state's existing free sport fishing days.
JAVA — A 5866 Michigan Rd. home sustained $15,000 in damage following a chimney fire Wednesday, March 22.
PERRY — A Perry man faces felony drug charges following a Tuesday, March 21 traffic stop on Simmons Road in the town.
Maple Weekends in New York State is March 18-19 and 25-26
Beauty is in the eye of the ogre in “Shrek the Musical Jr.,” based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and fantastic Broadway musical.
Larry Romance and Son, Inc. recently made a change in ownership, as third generation Justin Romance took over for his father, Chuck Romance, who inherited the business from his father, Larry Romance. Although Justin technically took over ownership and operation of the business in January of 2016, his father didn’t officially retire until the end of last year, in December.
Russell C. Simon of Summerview Drive in Arcade passed away Sunday, March 12, 2017 at Mercy Hospital in Buffalo. He was 87.
The Warsaw Tigers seniors continue to put their stamp of excellence on the spring track season. This past weekend in Caledonia-Mumford at the LCAA Championships, the Tigers were led by a pair of familiar athletes who continue to climb towards the top once again.
There is nothing like the sweet smell of maple syrup when it is boiling in the evaporator. Gary and Martha Bray, who have been immersed in the production of maple products for many years, still enjoy the same smell each spring. Gary’s parents, Ken and Wilma Bray, started working with a neighbor next door when he was young.