>Food Center celebrates its grand opening
BATAVIA -- Grand-opening ceremonies were held Wednesday for a Food Center, which almost doubles the size of the Wal-Mart in the Town of Batavia.
The 125,000 square-foot supermarket addition, for which planning began three years ago, will increase full- and part-time employment to up to 400. The Food Center will operate 24 hours a day. Wal-Mart came to Batavia in 1995.
Construction took a year, but the start was delayed for two years by lawsuits brought by nearby residents.
>Radio show seeks teens interested in news media
"YGB," the news and public affairs radio show produced by "young, gifted and black" Buffalo-area high school students, has openings for teens interested in learning about journalism and becoming reporters for the show.
Interested teens be between the ages of 14 and 18 should write a one- or two-page essay on why they want to be a YGB journalist or on the importance of media to the community and send it to: Buffalo Association of Black Journalists, P.O. Box 736, Ellicott Station, Buffalo, NY 14205. Interested teens also may call 849-5598 for more information.
The one-hour show, which airs at 6 p.m. the first Saturday of each month on WHLD 1270-AM, is also now online. Editions of the show are available on the Buffalo State College Communications Department Web site at www.buffalostate.edu/communication.