Upsizing Proposition Officially set to be on November 2021 ballot

By Justin SullivanDespite the Alden Town Board approving a resolution to put upsizing the town board from three to five members on the November 2021 ballot, a result of a petition circulated by the Citizens for the Future of Alden - members of the volunteer committee...

Citizens for the Future of Alden NY Submit Petition to Have Upsizing put on November 2021 Ballot

By Justin SullivanAt the end of the Town of Alden’s August 24 work session, town clerk Alecia Barrett informed the board that the Citizens for the Future of Alden NY, a non-governmental committee dedicated to educating the public about the benefits of a five-member...

Ajf&c Begins season

AJF&C has begun its season. Last year's season was cancelled due to COVID-19.

Town to Hold Public Hearing on Fire Contracts

By Justin SullivanThe Town of Alden will once again renegotiate their fire contracts with fire companies servicing the town.During the town’s August 2 meeting, the town announced a public hearing on the contract renegotiations will take place on August 16 at 11 am.The...

Alden Medical Group Makes Donation

On behalf of Alden Medical Group, Dr. Yellamraju Kumar presented a $1,000 check to Principal Jonna Johnson, as a donation to help St. John's School continue its goal of providing WNY families a learning space for academic excellence and quality character education,...

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Alden Has a Class C Champ;  Swim Team Takes 5th

Alden Has a Class C Champ; Swim Team Takes 5th

Last Saturday the Alden Bulldogs team traveled to Maryvale, where Sean Mahaney dominated the 100 fly. The team final was Alden 5th (they got edged out of 4th place by 1 point). See story and more photos in the Feb. 15th issue of the Alden Advertiser.

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Alden Advertiser Photo Contest Voting Open

Alden Advertiser Photo Contest Voting Open

Voting for the Alden Advertiser Photo Contest in now open. One vote per person. Winner is chosen by popular vote. The deadline for voting is Friday, September 11th. There are 13 entries. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 12 #13

1970 Kiwanis Egg hunt Winners

1970 Kiwanis Egg hunt Winners

Joseph Randazzo, Kiwanis egg hunt chairman is shown with prize egg finders Tommy Pautler, Jill Fingerlow, Sue Stehle and Jill Schmitt, 4 to 6 year olds.

Upcoming Events


Coming Events

Coming Events

Friday, March 29- Lenten Fish Fry, Holy Mother of the Rosary Cathedral (6298 Broadway, Lanc.). 4-7 pm. Eat in or take out. Friday, March 29- The Secret Garden at ACTS (1470 Church St.), 7:30 pm. 937-7770. General admission $15, students and seniors (over 60) $10....

Coming Events

Coming Events

Friday, March 8- Lenten Fish Fry, Holy Mother of the Rosary Cathedral (6298 Broadway, Lanc.). 4-7 pm. Eat in or take out. Saturday, March 9- Benefit for Diane Crowe, 4-9 pm, Ironworkers Banquet Hall, 400-8958 or mkraus1124@gmail.com. Saturday, March 9- Murder Mystery...

Coming Events

Coming Events

Friday, March 1- World Day of Prayer Service, 1 pm, Alden Presbyterian Church (13298 Broadway). Refreshments following the service. Sunday, March 3- All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast, Newstead Fire Hall (Cummings Road), 7:30- 1pm. Adults $8, kids $5. Monday, March 4-...

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