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Canal Fest back with a full lineup of fun
Fri, Jul 14th 2023 07:00 am
For a festival that was set to be canceled back in March, the Canal Fest of the Tonawandas has made a remarkable comeback.
Photos: Barenaked Ladies bring 'Last Summer on Earth,' Del Amitri & Five For Fighting to Artpark
Wed, Jul 12th 2023 06:45 pm
In what has become an annual tradition, the Barenaked Ladies returned to Artpark in Lewiston for a sold-out concert on Tuesday. "The Last Summer on Earth Tour" featured some of the Canadian band's biggest hits - and even more hits from opening acts Del Amitri and Five For Fighting.
Artpark lives up to billing, with poetry, family programming, children's events, new music & iconic performances
Mon, Jul 10th 2023 12:10 pm
Artpark & Company's goal, as defined, is "Where art + nature + culture fuse into unforgettable experiences." The venue "fosters a transformative world of artistic engagement that explores the human experience, cultivates creativity, and encourages curiosity. Our work is informed by a long tradition of discovery, an expectation of artistic excellence, and an awareness of the inspiration of singular natural splendor."
Elsie Martino honored for diligence, work toward DeGlopper Memorial
Sat, Jul 8th 2023 07:00 am
Elsie Martino has been the humble, dedicated volunteer secretary of the DeGlopper Memorial Expansion Committee since the fall of 2018. She has been gracious and helpful in accomplishing many tasks while being supportive of every committee member as they accomplished the amazing goal of constructing a monument in honor of Grand Island's World War II hero, U.S. Army Pvt. First-Class Charles N. DeGlopper and all town veterans.
A new mission for St. Stephen's 'Old Church'
Sat, Jul 8th 2023 07:00 am
Work is underway to transform the historic St. Stephen's "Old Church" building into its eventual role as the Grand Island cultural center.
Q&A: New songs, new set - even new award for Lauren Daigle ahead of Artpark show
Fri, Jul 7th 2023 11:00 am
It's been a minute since Artpark & Company slotted a straight-up Christian music-making solo artist into its list of concert headliners. In the summer of 2007, Rebecca St. James performed inside the Mainstage Theater to a crowd of about 1,000 people. In this, Artpark's 50th anniversary season, the Lewiston visual, cultural, educational and performing arts company welcomes the genre back - and has not only moved the venue - to the outside amphitheater - but has booked perhaps the biggest name in all of Christian music: Lauren Daigle.
Coming soon: Sue's Frame of Mind opens new location, 3 Sisters Garlic & Oils added to culinary center
Fri, Jul 7th 2023 11:00 am
Two popular River Region businesses are taking over two vacant Village of Lewiston parcels.
Veterans event brings unity to Wheatfield community
Fri, Jul 7th 2023 11:00 am
The Wheatfield Veterans Memorial was the gathering spot on Saturday for veterans and families to educate, reflect, share stories, express gratitude and enjoy camaraderie.
Village of Lewiston holds reorganizational meeting
Fri, Jul 7th 2023 11:00 am
Trustees in the Village of Lewiston set their sights on the next fiscal year, and approved appointments, at Wednesday's special meeting.
Summerfest at Porter-on-the-Lake includes skydivers, family fun & entertainment
Fri, Jul 7th 2023 09:35 am
Summer fun is in full swing, with a whole slew of outdoor happenings going on wherever you look.
Kingdom Bound 2023: We Are Messengers find 'Where The Joy Is'
Fri, Jul 7th 2023 09:25 am
Previewing songs from We Are Messengers' next full-length album, "Where The Joy Is," Mulligan said it's "Full of bangers. Absolute bangers. I was actually listening to it before I jumped on the call with you. I was just praising the Lord ... and thumping the steering wheel! (Laughs)."
Full free edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for July 7, 2023
Fri, Jul 7th 2023 09:25 am
Full free edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for July 7, 2023
Celebrate July 4 on Grand Island
Sat, Jul 1st 2023 07:00 am
Grand Island's Independence Day festivities are once again planned to provide patriotic fun for participants and spectators, with a running race, a parade, bands and an after-party at the VFW.
Remedies en route for Staley Road safety concerns
Sat, Jul 1st 2023 06:55 am
There was good news at Monday's Town Board meeting for Staley Road residents who have expressed their traffic safety concerns about the road they live on.
Grand Island: Madigan, Kilmer, Digati win GOP line; Frentzel gets 3rd line in clerk race
Sat, Jul 1st 2023 06:55 am
Candidates who challenged the Republican-endorsed slate won upset victories in Tuesday's primary election for the GOP line in Grand Island races in November.
St. Martin's sets chicken barbecue for July 8
Sat, Jul 1st 2023 06:55 am
St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church's 2023 version of the annual chicken barbecue and basket raffle, scheduled for 3-7 p.m. July 8, will feature something old and something new.
Simply Boba offers foods, beverages, community
Sat, Jul 1st 2023 06:55 am
Simply Boba, at 2600 Grand Island Blvd., is meant to be a place for people to visit, enjoy bubble tea and a selection of Vietnamese street foods, and to create a community for people of all ages, said owner Vinh Nguyen.
North Tonawanda father & grandfather seeking kidney transplant
Fri, Jun 30th 2023 03:05 pm
Paul Kupiec is a longtime North Tonawanda resident. He and his wife, MaryBeth, enjoy joining in community events and activities, but health issues now limit his energy and options. Kupiec and his family hope that a kidney transplant will give him a new lease on life.
Did/do you serve in the military? Then coffee is on us!
Fri, Jun 30th 2023 11:05 am
The third year of a rapidly growing giveback will once again see military members treated to free ... well, whatever they want, at three participating Lewiston locations this holiday weekend. Joel and Maryjo Erway are picking up the tab for any active or former U.S. military member visiting The Orange Cat Coffee Co., The Village Bake Shoppe and/or DiCamillo Bakery from July 1-4.
Sal Maglie Stadium: Niagara Falls rededicates historic Hyde Park venue
Fri, Jun 30th 2023 11:00 am
A landmark ballpark with a long and storied history has been rededicated as a tribute to Niagara Falls native and former major league pitcher Sal "The Barber" Maglie.
Town of Lewiston: Modern presents 'new vision' for refuse, recycling services
Fri, Jun 30th 2023 11:00 am
With the Lewiston Town Board on "summer status" - with one regular meeting held each month and no work sessions on the calendar until September - one would think the board's workload would lighten. That was not the case Monday, as a number of items were covered - including news on Modern Disposal's waste/recycling services for the community.
Aquarium of Niagara receives $30,000 for rescue exhibit
Fri, Jun 30th 2023 11:00 am
The Aquarium of Niagara teamed up with Cornerstone Community Federal Credit Union to host a community access day on June 24 in recognition of the aquarium's rescued seals: Lumiere, Della, Stryker and Medusa.
Jack Beatty Memorial Hospice Cruise and Clambake returns to lower Niagara River on July 14
Fri, Jun 30th 2023 11:00 am
The days are fast approaching on the return of a long-time favorite on the lower Niagara River - the Jack Beatty Memorial Hospice Cruise and Clambake. Now entering its 21st year (following a three-year hiatus due to COVID), the benefit event for Niagara Hospice will take place starting at 2 p.m. Friday, July 14, on the water, and on shore at the Youngstown Yacht Club.
Full free edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 30, 2023
Fri, Jun 30th 2023 10:25 am
Full free edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 30, 2023
Photos: Artpark goes to 'The Dark Side of the Moon'
Thu, Jun 29th 2023 11:40 pm
The Australian Pink Floyd Show brought "The Dark Side of the Moon Tour" to Artpark in Lewiston on Wednesday. Pink Floyd's eighth studio album was celebrated in its 50th anniversary year.
Grand Island Golden Age Center gets $850,000 HVAC grant
Mon, Jun 26th 2023 04:20 pm
Grand Island Supervisor John Whitney announced on Monday that Congressman Brian Higgins has secured an $850,000 grant for the town's Golden Age Center.
Grand Island Fun Center lives up to its name
Sat, Jun 24th 2023 07:00 am
David Glian is marking his 10th year at the helm of the Grand Island Fun Center and, every day, it's still fun to come to work.
Grand Island primary voters to select candidates for supervisor, councilmember, clerk
Sat, Jun 24th 2023 07:00 am
Key Grand Island offices of town supervisor, councilmember and town clerk are on the ballot in this year's Republican and Working Families primaries. There is no Democratic primary for 2023. Early voting is underway, and the primary election is Tuesday, June 27.
'The people's art': Newly shaped AKG opens in Buffalo
Fri, Jun 23rd 2023 11:55 am
Art plays a vital role in any urban landscape. When that landscape is Delaware Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, and the creative space within it is not only getting a makeover, but a name change, culture erupts.
Village of Lewiston updates proposed 'sandwich board' sign law
Fri, Jun 23rd 2023 11:20 am
Following a robust conversation with business owners on Tuesday, the Village of Lewiston has revised its proposed changes to the "sandwich board" sign laws.
Full free edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 23, 2023
Fri, Jun 23rd 2023 09:40 am
Full free edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 23, 2023
'Interim' tag removed from Town of Niagara police chief's title, as Guiliani settles in permanently
Fri, Jun 23rd 2023 07:00 am
Following his first attempt at the New York state civil service exam for police chiefs and assistant chiefs, Craig Guiliani made a deal with the Town of Niagara's human resources director.
Artpark to celebrate 'The Dark Side of the Moon' with The Australian Pink Floyd Show
Wed, Jun 21st 2023 08:55 pm
Sometimes a number is so large that it becomes ethereal or incomprehensible. So, to understand how many copies of Pink Floyd's March 1973 release, "The Dark Side of the Moon," have sold to date, consider this: If every man, woman and child in the state of New York bought two copies, it still wouldn't equal the musical masterpiece's sales.
Lewiston business owners provide 'sandwich board' suggestions; Village Board to use input in creating new law
Wed, Jun 21st 2023 08:55 am
The Village of Lewiston is one step closer to adopting a new "sandwich boards" sign law following a productive, one-hour meeting with business owners at Tuesday's monthly meeting.
Lewiston GardenFest in photos
Mon, Jun 19th 2023 10:00 am
The Lewiston Garden Club hosted its annual GardenFest over the weekend, welcoming plant and gardening enthusiasts from across Western New York for two days of displays, tips, talks and seasonal surprises.
Youngstown's annual Beginning of Summer Street Dance returns Thursday
Mon, Jun 19th 2023 07:05 am
With the 13th annual Beginning of Summer Street Dance just days away, its planning was among the many topics covered at Tuesday's spring members meeting of the Youngstown Business and Professional Association at the Youngstown Yacht Club. Discussions included updates on musket use at Old Fort Niagara; tributes to long-time Youngstown businesses; a new village audio project being promoted by Niagara County Legislator Irene Myers; and July's Porter on the Lake Summerfest.
On the fast track: Lawnmower race returns to West River
Mon, Jun 19th 2023 07:00 am
The Father's Day Lawnmower race is once again coming to the West River bike trail from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, June 18.
PHOTOS: Artpark & Company honors Indigenous culture at Strawberry Moon Festival
Sun, Jun 18th 2023 02:40 pm
Artpark & Company honored this nation's first settlers on Saturday as part of its annual Strawberry Moon Festival. Programming at the Lewiston state park was designed to encourage unity across all communities, while spotlighting the significant contributions the Native American people have made to the River Region.
Grand Island Little League raises money for Ride for Roswell
Sat, Jun 17th 2023 07:00 am
Air quality on June 7 and 8 was so unhealthy, as a result of the winds that brought in smoke from wildfires in Canada, that Grand Island NY Baseball & Softball (little league) canceled all games.
Artists in tandem: Patty & Michael Cancilla are work, life partners
Sat, Jun 17th 2023 07:00 am
Patty and Michael Cancilla of Grand Island share paths in work and life.
 

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