It seems senior citizens are getting younger in Hamburg.
The Town Board has lowered the minimum age for participation in town organized senior citizen program from 60 to 55.
"With our brand new... Read More
I still remember what the wife whose husband had Alzheimer's Disease told me 20 years ago: "You must be a downright liar to get along with a person like this," she said.
Peggy Juhl of Eden was... Read More
Hamburg is taking official steps to go over the tax cap for next year's budget.
The Town Board scheduled a public hearing on a proposed local law that would override the tax levy limit. The... Read More
The controversial patio home subdivision planned for a parcel off McKinley Parkway between Newton and Boston State roads is now before the Hamburg Town Board.
A public hearing is scheduled at 7... Read More
A public forum on flood mitigation will be held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Dodge Elementary School, 1900 Dodge Road, East Amherst.
The educational forum, “Protecting Your Home from the... Read More
Graduates and friends of the former Woodlawn High School have dedicated a historical marker near the school on Milestrip Road.
A fundraising campaign was initiated to pay for the marker, which... Read More
A large-scale development more than a decade in the making is back before Amherst planners.
Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. has tweaked plans for its Muir Woods project, slated for a 326-acre site in... Read More