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October 20, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Gallivan, Sunnking plan electronics recycling event

Sen. Patrick Gallivan, Sunnking, and the East Leads student group will hold a free electronics recycling event on Saturday, Oct. 22.  More...

Editorial

Input needed on Developmental Center property

Bee Editorial

New York State is a difficult entity to work with, and no one knows this better than Assemblyman Michael Kearns. The assemblyman has been the fighting state on a number of issues that have fallen by the wayside. More...

Spindle items

• FILLING IN — This past weekend, I had the great joy of attending the wedding of two dear friends, Kaitlin and Bryan Jackson. More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Oct. 24, 1991

• Superbuddy and his Drug Free Alliance invaded Potters Road Elementary School last week to spread their message about the value of staying away from drugs and alcohol. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.To the caller a couple weeks ago regarding the increase in taxes, yes, school bill taxes are out and yes, there is an increase, but well below the tax cap. More...

Sports

West girls volleyball wins own tourney

West Seneca West’s girls volleyball has come into its own recently, reeling off three consecutive match wins before claiming the title at its own annual Invitational Tournament Saturday at the Buffalo Niagara Court Center to improve to 5-8 on t More...

East harriers compete in Alden Stampede

Three of West Seneca East’s competitors recorded times that led to top-15 finishes in the boys’ large schools race that helped the Trojans place seventh in the team standings in Saturday’s annual Alden Bulldogs Stampede cross-countr More...

East gridders take lead in rivalry series

Jared Maurino’s three picks defensive effort

West Seneca East’s football team used a steady dose of ground-and-pound offense and lockdown defense to beat crosstown rival West Seneca West in Friday’s regular-season finale, 28-6, and claim a 24-23 lead in the series’ all-time st More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Seniors to hear about ‘Prosperity, Conflict’   More...

Business

National Fuel predicts 2016-17 winter heating costs to stay low

Cooler nights, less day light and falling leaves are sure signs that the weather is changing across Western New York. More...

Qi Gong Healing expands practice in East Aurora

This October, Anne Heyden, of Qi Gong Healing at WillowLight in East Aurora, is celebrating three years in business by expanding her practice to include natural medicine and psychic services, according to a press release from the business.  More...

Walden Galleria taking part in Wine and Dine for Breast Cancer Network

As part of the month-long fundraising effort known as Walden Galleria Goes Pink, center restaurants are joining together to host Wine & Dine for Breast Cancer Network, a release from the mall said.  This event is a week-long opportunity to e More...

Survey questions developmental center’s future

It has been six years since the residential doors of the West Seneca Developmental Center were shuttered, and there is no resolution in sight regarding the property.  (See editorial on page four)  Rather than let another year go by without More...

Blood drive aims to ‘Replenish the Need’

Across the state, organizations are seeking new blood and organ donors to meet the ever-growing need to help those around them.  In honor of former West Seneca resident Ken Krawczyk, who died in June, a “Replenish the Need” blood dri More...

Local News

Political Memorabilia Show returns to Buffalo

Fans of political banners, posters, buttons, ribbons, badges and much more will have the chance to bid for items and check out what is on display at the “Back To Buffalo” Political Memorabilia Show this weekend.  More...

Resident recognized with Canisius Distinguished Alumni award

The Canisius Alumni Association conferred its Distinguished Alumni Award upon West Seneca resident Kenneth Sroka, ’65, on Sept. More...

Section of Union Road dedicated ‘Veterans Memorial Highway’

A new state law designates a portion of the state highway system in West Seneca as “West Seneca Veterans Memorial Highway.”  More...

Letters to the Editor

Board respects public’s time

I would like to express my gratefulness to our community members who make the time to attend our board meetings. More...

Teaching hunting classes an outrageous idea

Teach hunting and fishing in school gym classes? That’s outrageous. What a shame that a legislator sponsored such a bill and senators voted for it. The hunting fraternity appears desperate to recruit new hunters. More...

Education

St. Mary’s schedules placement exam, review classes

St. Mary’s High School will hold its placement exam review course from 4 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Nov. 16 to 18. More...

Lifestyles

TOY to hold a 'SPIRITED' fundraiser

Chilling stories of ghostly encounters will be told when the Theatre of Youth hosts Ghosts @ The Allendale Theatre at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 203 Allen St., Buffalo. More...

Ebenezer sets fall rummage, bake sale

Ebenezer United Church of Christ’s fall rummage sale will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, and Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Ebenezer United Church of Christ Auditorium, 630 Main St. More...

Burchfield accepting photos for annual contest

The Burchfield Nature & Art Center is seeking photo entries for its annual photography contest, to be displayed from Sunday, Nov. 13, through Thursday, Dec. 29, at the center, 2001 Union Road.  More...