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Historic Edition:
October 23rd, 2003
Vol. 23  No. 17
 

Dedication Service planned at Tonawanda Indian Baptist

A Dedication Service is planned at Tonawanda Indian Baptist Church this Sunday, October 26 with the Rev. Robert Dean officiating.


Celebration invitation leads deaf pilot to land in Akron

An invitation to come celebrate his newly acquired commercial pilot’s license with an Akron friend brought Stephen Hopson from Detroit, Michigan to land at the Akron Airport last Thursday.


Serving Up Pancakes

Newstead Volunteer Fire Company members helped raise funds to serve the community with emergency services.


Newstead Historical Society Update

Newstead Historical Society would like to thank everyone who attended this year’s annual “Harvest Dinner” held in the Akron Central School High School Cafeteria, 47 Bloomingdale Ave. on Thursday, October 16, at 6 p.m. The program for the evening, “History of our Churches,” was presented by Pastor Dave and Carol Weidman.


"SAVVY SENIOR" - Flu Shot

Maybe you can talk some health sense into my knuckle head husband. He refuses to do something as simple and safe as get a flu shot. He keeps saying, "I survived World War II and Korea, I guess I can survive this 'little virus.'"


Forum offers opportunity for ongoing conversation on community issues

The Akron Bugle has launched an Akron Community Discussion Forum, the place to discuss all things Akron, on its website.


Local laws influence how Village of Akron residents handle snow

While many hope this season’s snow is weeks away, laws which impact how Village of Akron residents handle snow are already in place.


Promotion of New York West is regionalism at its best

Brian Kahle spent nearly two decades spinning his magic on Buffalo morning television. He hopes he has at least one more rabbit to pull out of the hat.


Requests for speed reductions denied

A request for a reduced speed limit uniformly applied to both sides of Hake Road was denied by the State of New York Department of Transportation on October 14.


Sheriff’s Department investigating burglaries in Town of Newstead

The Erie County Sheriff’s Department is currently investigating two burglaries and an attempted burglary in the Town of Newstead.


Village approves ten-year cable franchise agreement with Time Warner

Akron Village Board members approved a ten-year franchise agreement with Time Warner during their October 20 meeting.

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