Dolores R. Phillips
After a brief illness, Mrs. Dolores R. Phillips, 74, of 1108 Drum St. Road, and a longtime resident of Lancaster and Rochester, New York, passed away Friday morning, March 14, 2014, with her family by her side.
Friday Mar 14
NTEA Work Truck Show: Business as usual
Sandwiched between the NFL Combine and the Men and Women's NCAA Big Ten Tourney, Indianapolis played host to the NTEA Work Truck Show - the largest work truck event in North America - attracted more than 10,000 fleet managers, distributors, manufacturers and services providers.
Friday Mar 14
The Washington Post
Why schools are forcing kids to a sit and starea for hours
A new policy is being enacted in some school districts across the country known as "sit and stare."
Green Fleet Roundup: Toyota i-Road, Tesla, UPS, ROUSH
Toyota demonstrated its ultra-compact, all-electric i-Road vehicle at Toyota City, Japan, last week.
It's by scientist and artist Alberto Rey and includes: paintings of locations along the waterway from its origins in remote Town of Lancaster, through Cheektowaga and Buffalo to the Niagara River; jars of water samples from the depicted locations; and lab analytical data on the water samples.
Lancaster Residents Speak Out Against Airport Expansion
March 04--A proposed local law could spell further expansion at the Buffalo Lancaster Airport and also lead to jets at the rural facility.
Man suffers medical episode, swerves across Transit Rd
First responders were called to Transit Road near French Road in Lancaster following a one-car crash around 3:45 p.m. on Monday.
Driver arrested for drugs after crash
New York State Police responded to a crash in Lancaster overnight on the Thruway.
Store clerk's mistake helps N.Y. man win $10 million
On Saturday, Jan. 18, 53-year-old Jerry Kajfasz went to the Depew One Stop on Broadway, his normal day-off haunt, where he bought some cigars and his favorite scratch-off New York Lottery tickets.
Lancaster man wins $10 million lotto jackpot
After winning on seven scratch off NYS lottery tickets in a row, Jerry Kajfasz decided to tempt fate and get an eighth ticket.
Manufacturers: 'This isn't Henry Ford's assembly line'
Buffalo-area manufacturers say a gap exists between what a new hire knows and what they'll ultimately need to be trained on.
New book delves into the issues of dating, politics and faith
Who says a book can't be racy while discussing matters of spirituality? New book "Finding Mr. Righteous" touches on romance in DC politics, and dating, all while examining faith.
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Children's Concerts Series Continues March 1
The Musical Journeys Program of the SUNY Fredonia School of Music continues its eighth season of free concerts designed to appeal to very young children.