Family Life Radio joins Amish Awareness Conference, only one week left for early registration savings

Family Life Network (FLN) regional radio has joined the What God is Doing in Friendship ny alliance of churches and Allegany Hope in co-sponsoring this month’s Amish Awareness Conference, with only a week remaining to capture a 20 percent early registration savings. The event will be held Friday night-Saturday, April 19-20, at the Friendship Bible … Read more

Ukraine is focus of Houghton University public series this week

A week of evening sessions on the current situation in Ukraine, the war and the country’s future are the focus of a public series being provided, starting tonight, at Houghton University. The gatherings, at different campus locations at 1 Willard Avenue, will include professors from two universities, Houghton graduates who are working for the U.S. … Read more

Native American Eclipse stories to be told in Angelica

A member of the Onondaga Nation will present Native American eclipse stories in advance of the April 8 total eclipse which will pass over the region. Perry Ground, a Turtle Clan member of the Nation, will share the beliefs, traditions, and protocols of several Native American tribes as they relate to the Sun and eclipse … Read more

Railway Post Offices to be Wednesday focus of Whitesville historical presentation

The Town of Independence Historical Society will host a free presentation Wednesday on how the Railway Postal Service was formed and what life was like as a mail clerk during a presentation at the Whitesville Fire Hall, 496 Main Street. Steve Cotton will provide information during a 6PM session which will be broken into five … Read more

Scio Bicentennial kicks off four days of activities next week

A vehicle cruise-in tonight will kick off a four-day Scio Bicentennial, with free participation and prizes for cars, trucks, tractors, motorcycles and kids bicycles. Hot dogs, hamburgers, ice cream sundaes and other foods will be available, with proceeds going to Allegany County Cancer Services. Town-wide yards sales are Friday and Saturday, with music, historical presentations … Read more

Seneca Nation educational event held at Houghton

Seneca Nation members perform dance, joined in by spectators, and display photographs and pottery during the first Caneadea Field Day Saturday at the town park in Houghton. Seneca Nation and Stand With Seneca hosted cultural and educational exhibits during the celebration, held in the only known Allegany County town which had a permanent settlement of … Read more

Notre Dame law professor inaugurates new Houghton University lecture series

A Notre Dame professor of law and political science will be the first presenter for a new lecture series at Houghton University next week. The Katherine W. Lindley Center for Law and Constitutional Studies at Houghton will host Paolo Carozza for the inaugural Shirley A. Mullen Lecture at 7:30PM Monday, April 17, in the Willard Houghton … Read more