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Historic Edition:
September 9th, 2004
Vol. 24  No. 11

Record setting hurler repeats as top Merchant

35-year-old pitcher Gary Bell, who led the Akron Merchants to their first MUNY AA Men’s Senior Baseball League playoff berth in 2004, has been selected as the team's Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.

Food Service Staff strives for excellence

Reflecting a District-wide effort to strive for excellence, Akron Food Service staff members have achieved a distinction held by under two-percent of their counter-parts throughout the state.

Labor Day at Clarence Center

Akron/Newstead was well represented at the Annual Clarence Center, Firemen’s Labor Day Parade.

Orientation set as Flight Training Course ready to go at Akron Central

Final preparations are complete for the launch of the first in-school flight training program conducted at Akron Central High School.

Welcome to Akron

Akron-Newstead Rotary Club exchange student Johanna Adolf was welcomed to the community during an Open House in her honor last Thursday evening. Johanna, from Germany, is living with the Tom Brady family for the first several weeks of her year-long stay. Above she shows the German chocolate cake she made for the Open House to her host mother, Julie Brady.

On the campaign trail

Newstead resident Jeffrey Bono, candidate for New York State Assembly, Newstead business owner Jack Davis, Candidate for Congress, and Congressman Tom Reynolds, current representative for Akron/Newstead were among a number of candidates campaigning during the Clarence Center Labor Day parade on Monday.

New Intermediate principal may be Akron resident

The Akron Central School Board of Education was expected to hire a new Intermediate principal and two new teachers at their September 8 meeting.

Peripheral Vascular Disease explained

I started a walking program a few months ago to help me lose some weight but I've been having some problems with my legs hurting during my walk, although they feel better once I stop.

Public Informational Meeting planned on revisions to commercial zoning districts

The Public is invited to an informational meeting on Monday, September 13, 2004 at 7:15 p.m. at the Newstead Town Hall regarding revisions to Commercial Zoning Districts and adoption of a Commercial Zoning Overlay for Route 5.

True conversation has to be open and inclusive

There are at least two truisms about voters in these parts. One, almost none of us pay as much attention to the electoral process as we should. And two, any meaningful change in our local political structure in the past few years – downsizing of both the Buffalo Common Council and Erie County Legislature, small as they may have been – came because voters, by way of referendum, said it must.

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