Weekly Feature



April 30, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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East Middle School eighth-grader Madeline McCartan, left, and sixth-grader Sean McCartan stand in front of their art at an opening reception on Saturday for student artists and their families at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum in Buffalo. More...

Editorial

Lifestyle change is important for those at risk

Bee Editorial

Many people turn to dieting whenever they feel it’s time to make a change in their life.  Without proper guidance and knowledge, it can be easy to fall victim to “fad diets,” which promise quick results that don’t last.&n More...

Spindle items

• THE NAME GAME — If you’re at all familiar with The Name Game, you probably know it’s more fun to say than to spell.  “Katie, Katie, bo-batie; Banana fana fo-fatie; Fee-fi-mo-matie; Katie.”  It certainly More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago May , 1990 More...

Education

East Middle names honor roll students

The following East Middle School students achieved honor roll status for the third marking period of the 2014-15 school year.  Grade 5   More...

West Middle names honor roll students

The following West Middle School students achieved honor roll status for the third marking period of the 2014-15 school year.  Grade 6   More...

News Brief

West Seneca Summer Day Camp registration is going on now through Saturday, May 2. The camp is held daily at the Town Ice Rink and Veteran’s Park grounds, 1250 Union Road, for boys and girls age 6 to 14. More...

Lifestyles

East Aurora prepares for Lusitania centennial

April holds the anniversary of arguably the most famous shipwreck — that of the RMS Titanic, which sunk after hitting an iceberg on April 15, 1912. More...

Clinton Elementary holds Chiavetta’s chicken BBQ

Clinton Street Elementary Parent Teacher Group will hold a Chiavetta’s chicken BBQ from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 1 at East Seneca Fire Hall, 100 Lein Road. Diners can eat-in or take-out. Tickets are $10 presale and $11 at the door. More...

Community owed thanks for supporting Lenten Journey

Once again this year, the West Seneca Community of Churches was happy to sponsor our Lenten Journey.  Each Wednesday during Lent, we celebrated an ecumenical service at a different church in West Seneca, with a different pastor preaching at each More...

YMCA launches diabetes prevention program, encourages lifestyle change

YMCA Buffalo Niagara will again be participating in the National Diabetes Prevention Program, encouraging those at high risk of developing diabetes to make a healthy lifestyle change.  (See editorial on page four)  More...

Historical fiction author visits East Aurora Public Library

In order to learn about himself, Bill Donohue dug deep into his past. More...

Local News

Outdoor farmers market to return May 14

Main Street Marketplace, West Seneca’s open-air farmers and food producers’ marketplace, will return for its second season on Thursday, May 14.  The market, which is sponsored by the Western New York Federal Credit Union, will be ope More...

CAMPAIGNING

Erie County Republican Committee Chairman Nicholas Langworthy, left, applauds Ray Walter as the party’s endorsed candidate for Erie County executive in the fall election. More...

Ride for Bryce aims to expand skate park

The third annual Ride for Bryce will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 3, at Keysa Park on Vandenburg Street in Lancaster. The event benefits the Bryce Buchholz BMX/Skate Park.  More...

Police Blotter

Woman arrested in Police Department parking lot

Monday, April 20  • A Mill Road resident reported that he received a collection notice for an overdue cable bill. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.It is so sad to see what is happening to West Seneca Schools. So many teachers being cut and the programs that are being cut. Why don’t the administrators start cutting some administrators? More...

Sports

West modified track teams fare well in league tri-meet

West Seneca West’s modified boys and girls track teams turned in solid performances in April 22’s second ECIC Large Schools outing of the season, with the boys winning seven of the 13 events contested and the girls placing first in eight during a mee More...

West Seneca softball dominates Depew tourney

East’s Manquen throws shutout, tabbed championship game MVP

West Seneca East softball coach Rich Mattison made the most of his debut in Saturday’s annual Depew Wildcats Tournament, guiding his squad past perennial Class AA title contender Clarence in the “A” Bracket Championship Game, 3-0, i More...

Title at host’s expense caps West softball’s return to win column

Depew’s softball tournament couldn’t have come at a better time for West Seneca West. More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Annual rummage sale, car wash set at EUCC   More...

Entertainment

Walking Tours

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Family Activities

thurs. 30   Penn Dixie Exhibit — Fossil dig, programs and telescopes, 6-8 p.m. Thursday, April 30, at Ellicott Elementary School, 5180 Ellicott Road, Orchard Park.  More...

Special Events

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Business

T. O’Donnell Landscaping named 2015 award finalist

Total Landscape Care has named Tim O’Donnell, owner of T. More...

HIRED

Lauren Huson of West Seneca has joined The Evans Agency, LLC, as a commercial lines account executive. More...

Man honored for 30 years of service at McGuire

The McGuire Group recently announced that Daniel Cronmiller has achieved his 30-year employment anniversary with the company, which operates five health care facilities in Western New York.  More...