Tuesday Dec 17
Hanover hopes to piggy-back off Barcelona
Rep. Tom Reed visited several sites Tuesday, including Cattaraugus Creek in Irving, with Brigadier General Margaret Burcham to discuss a federal water bill that could help with dredging and eliminating invasive species.
Lake Shore Health seeks solutions to stay viable
With the clock ticking down toward a potential closing date in either mid to late January, hospital officials said Thursday in an email statement they will continue to provide health care to the community while working to identify short- and long-term financing.
Hanover highway superintendent gives beaver update
The town of Hanover is still dealing with pesky critters. Highway Superintendent Steve D'Angelo gave an update on the beavers in the town during a recent Hanover Town Board workshop.
Milton L. Hilliker
Milton L. Hilliker, 84, of Irving, NY passed away Tuesday at his daughter's home in Silver Creek after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his loving family.
Taking action to save Lake Shore
"We are open for business and we continue to provide quality care for our patients," said Scott Butler, public relations director for Lake Shore Health Care Center.
Hanover board mulls updating comprehensive plan from 2000
In 2000, a consulting firm developed the comprehensive plan for the town with the intention that it would be updated every 10 years.
Warm Up With a Hot Hopper
You mention drinking a grasshopper, and I immediately recall the beginnings of my bartending career many moons ago with clients proudly ordering the chocolate-and-mint flavored drink after dinner.
Stop leads to two DWI arrests
Two adults who were traveling in a vehicle with a child are now facing felony charges.