Weekly Feature



May 3, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Multisorb employees win big

Persistence paid off for a group of 13 co-workers at Multisorb Technologies in West Seneca to the tune of $1 million.  Since October, members of the group have been pooling their money to play the Powerball lottery, and on April 1, they discover More...

Editorial

Out of the Past

Knuth Farm

(Do you have a memory of the West Seneca area you would like to share with Bee readers? Send it to “Out of the Past,” West Seneca Bee, 5564 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14221-5410).   More...

Residents lose out when scheduling conflicts occur

Bee Editorial

On Monday night, residents who like to keep abreast of town happenings and how their taxpayer dollars are being spent will be forced to choose between the West Seneca town and school boards.  Yes, they’ve done it again.  More...

Spindle items

IN STYLE — I’ve been to Mighty Taco on Orchard Park Road in West Seneca on several occasions, but never before in a limousine — until Saturday.  More...

Education

SETTING A NEW RECORD

— Pharmacy students Mary Lou Notaro, left, of West Seneca, and Shannon Gilbert separate and categorize a variety of pills during the fourth National Drug Drop-off event on Saturday at the West More...

West Seneca West Middle School posts third quarter honor roll

The following West Seneca West Middle School students have been named to the honor roll for the third quarter of the 2011-12 school year:  Grade 7  More...

On the campus

Buffalo State College recently honored the following West Seneca residents for outstanding academic achievement during its 55th annual Honors Convocation: Kathleen Babcock, Adrienne Battaglia, Derrick Brill, Lauren Bruzga, Tamara Burross, Lisa Campbe More...

Lifestyles

Museums take visitor experience beyond traditional guided tour

Don’t touch. Use indoor voices. Listen quietly. In many museums, some of the old rules are being rewritten, encouraging more hands-on interaction from visitors. More...

Car, motorcycle show planned for June

Doin’ it for Dean

The sixth annual Doin’ it for Dean fundraiser for Hospice of Buffalo has been planned for Saturday, June 2, at Bowen Road Grove in Lancaster.  Registration for the car and motorcycle show will begin at 1 p.m. More...

FEELING LUCKY

— Linda Fuhrmann, left, and Debbie Hughson take a chance on winning various items in a Chinese auction during the West Seneca Woman’s Club Lucky Names Luncheon. More...

Business

Credit union staffers paint town purple

Once you’ve participated in West Seneca Relay For Life, “you can’t not do it again,” according to JoAnn Gorman.  The marketing manager for Western New York Federal Credit Union in West Seneca reported on Tuesday that $6,5 More...

BEST IN BUFFALO

— Dubel’s fresh and smoked Polish sausages were selected for the Best Overall Kielbasa and People’s Choice awards during the 2012 Buffalo’s Best Kielbasa Contest on Dyngus Day More...

Business expands to Ransier Drive; plans to hire

From Rochester to West Seneca, Seibold Security has expanded its business in an effort to work more closely with its customers in Western New York.  The business, a provider of security systems as well as bank and credit union operations and ser More...

Trends studied in annual police report

Doing more with less has been a way of life for the West Seneca Police Department, as evidenced in its 2011 annual report.  More...

Maximum effort

West Seneca West’s Josh Lund soars through the air on one of his long jump attempts during the Indians’ 93-48 loss to Clarence April 24. More...

Local News

NYSDOT highlights road safety, ‘Move Over Act’ requirements

Construction season can be a hassle for motorists, but on Friday, the New York State Department of Transportation held a press conference to remind residents that for construction workers, it is a serious danger.  More...

Disney College Program next step in her career

Miranda Jaworski is going to get a little Goofy this summer. She’s also going to get a little Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Winnie the Pooh, too.  More...

Alcohol, drugs lead to arrest

A man accused of driving drunk Sunday morning also faces three drug-related charges.  West Seneca police reported that a black Chevrolet Impala was traveling the opposite way on Route 400 shortly before 3 a.m. Sunday. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.People are complaining about volunteer firefighters washing cars and having exercise equipment. What would you do if your house was on fire or you were in distress and they didn’t answer the call? More...

Sports

West girls track beats Clarence, moves to 2-0

West Seneca West’s girls track team continued to roll in its return to ECIC I competition April 24 by defeating Clarence, 78-62, to improve to 2-0 in dual meet competition.  More...

East softball rallies to beat Iroquois, stay perfect

Meagan Lewis’ late-game heroics against Iroquois last Friday allowed West Seneca East’s softball team to set itself up for a showdown with undefeated divisional foe Hamburg Tuesday.  More...

Smigiera claims track MVP status, guides East boys at Dunkirk Invite

Cold temperatures nor power outages could thwart West Seneca East’s Andy Smigiera on his path to greatness at last Friday’s annual Dunkirk Invitational, as he tied the track meet’s record in winning the 200-meter dash en route to cl More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Library ‘friends’ group to offer presentations   More...

Entertainment

Theater

thurs. 3   More...

Special Events

thurs. 3  Refresh, Revive, Rejuvenate — Enjoy an evening of shopping, beauty and wearable art creations, 5:30-9 p.m. Thursday, May 3 at the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens, 2655 South Park Ave., Buffalo; $. 827-1584, ext. More...

Family Activities

thurs. 3  After-School Escape — Children, grades K-5, are invited to enjoy a one-hour program for kids featuring a different, fun, outdoor activity each week, 4:30 p.m. More...