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- Ying pleads not guilty in Town court Jimmy Ying, owner of Yings Wings and Things on Eggert Road, entered a plea of not guilty Monday in Tonawanda Town Court to a charge of criminal nuisance.
- Kenmore Middle students searched in incident
- Erie County Sheriff explains his opposition to SAFE Act Erie County Sheriff Timothy Howard called the 52 counties that passed a resolution opposing the SAFE Act the "modern day colonies" Friday at a Ken-Ton Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.
- Town police warn of Craigslist robberies
- Fatal accident near Budwey's in Town A woman was killed and a man was seriously injured when they were struck crossing Kenmore Avenue Thursday afternoon, according to Town of Tonawanda Police.
Tonawanda pizza kitchen features fast-fire conveyor brick oven
The newly opened PI Craft Fast Fired Pizza Kitchen in the Town of Tonawanda features a variety of specialty pizzas, foccacia sandwiches and chopped salads, but regional manager Jason Singer said the new restaurant isn't looking to replicate the experience found at a typical Western New York pizzeria.
- Creekside Gourmet opens in the Town of Tonawanda Creekside Gourmet opened several weeks ago at 2855 Sheridan Drive in the Town of Tonawanda. Co-owner Carrie Horhota said the cash-and-carry store "just about ran out of room" and she and her partners had talked about starting a retail store for a while. In the meantime, she created an Etsy store for Creekside Gourmet items and sold products at farmers markets and holiday shows.
- TOWN: Girl Scouts organize Festival of Trees
- Ken-Ton releases consolidation survey results Sixty-one Ken-Ton residents, employees and parents seem to support a consolidation option that would keep both high schools open and close up to four school buildings, survey results indicate.
- TOWN: Bado steps down as police spokesperson Town of Tonawanda Police Lt. Nicholas Bado announced in a statement Thursday morning that he is stepping down from his position as police department spokesman.
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