Weekly Feature



November 10, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

MAKING A CHOICE

James Cannon casts a vote at West Seneca West Senior High School on Tuesday for the 2016 election.   More...

Editorial

Remember to honor veterans this week

Bee Editorial

Veterans Day is a way for us to remember those who have made the sacrifice of defending our country’s freedoms.  It is a day to remember the men and women who have served in the armed forces in the effort to uphold our nation’s libe More...

Spindle items

• ACTIVE SENIORS — Setting the weekly calendar for the West Seneca Senior Citizen Center is part of my weekly routine at The Bee. It is a task I enjoy because it gives me a chance to see all that is offered in West Seneca for seniors. More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Nov. 14, 1991

• Town Democratic Party Chairman Christopher Walsh blames escalating taxes and an anti-incumbent backlash for giving Republicans a foothold on West Seneca government. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.It’s that good, old leaf season in West Seneca. Now we will see town trucks that usually plow the roads carrying half-filled trucks of leaves. This is a waste of town money, but we keep everyone working though. More...

Sports

Clarence, EA land multiple players on top squad

All-Bee Boys Soccer — First Team

When it comes to boys soccer in Western New York, you’d be hard pressed to find programs more synonymous with yearly success than Clarence and East Aurora. More...

West to send pair of runners to state cross-country finals

Sophomores Anna Rybczynski and Emma Larkman earned the right to represent West Seneca West’s cross-country program in Saturday’s state championships based on their efforts in the Class A race at Friday’s Section VI Championships, he More...

Panthers’ Keem named Boys Player of the Year

Noah Keem might not do a lot of “what if” thinking about his soccer career, but considering where he stands in terms of the career record book at Sweet Home, it’s easy to wonder what might have been had Keem not played for the US Ac More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Post sets annual holiday basket raffle   More...

Business

Zounds builds business, refines tech

Imagine a dinner with close friends and family where you are only able to understand every other word, or only the certain syllables of a word.  For those dealing with hearing loss, experiences like this are a daily occurrence.  More...

Chamber seeks nominations for awards dinner

The West Seneca Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its annual awards dinner.  The Chamber strives to recognize individuals, businesses and organizations that make extraordinary contributions to the quality of life in West Seneca. More...

Are you ready to request a business loan?

Today, more and more individuals have visions of achieving success by opening their own business.  I have met several of these individuals throughout my career, and many are unaware of what must be done to get their business up and running. More...

Salary discussion remains uncivil

Equal pay

Following a second lengthy public hearing on the proposed 2017 West Seneca budget Monday night, a special meeting was scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. More...

Veterans Day ceremony slated for Nov. 11

The 44th annual Veterans Day ceremony, sponsored by the West Seneca Veterans Committee, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at the Walkway of Freedom, located in the West Seneca Veterans   Memorial Park, 1250 Union Road.  More...

Local News

Eden Heights celebrates 20 years of making West Seneca home

A 20th anniversary is a milestone for any business, and for Eden Heights of West Seneca, it’s cause for celebration.  Ashley Kasprzak, sales and operations specialist for the assisted living facility, said a crucial part of the business&r More...

Fireboat Edward M. Cotter to celebrate 116th birthday

A birthday cake will be presented for the “Sweet 16+100” birthday party for the Buffalo Fire Department’s historic Engine 20 Fireboat, the Edward M. More...

WS detectives arrest woman accused of bank robbery

The West Seneca Police Detective Bureau has announced the arrest of 38-year-old Robinette Moody of Buffalo and charged her with robbery.  Police said Moody is accused of robbing the West Seneca Bank of America at Seneca Street and Union Road on More...

Letters to the Editor

West Seneca is a great place to live

People are always speaking negatively about West Seneca. I am happy to say that I am very proud of my West Seneca community.  More...

Obituaries

Donald F. Schultz, longtime town employee remembered

Donald F. Schultz II, 53, of West Seneca, died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016.  Mr. Schultz was born in Buffalo on June 3, 1963. More...

Lifestyles

Law firm gives girl with heart defects a bedroom makeover

With a little professional help and about $4,000, Amherst lawyer Rosanna Berardi and her law office are making Piper Francis’ dreams come true.  The 11-year-old Cheektowaga resident, who has several congenital heart defects such as pulmona More...

Woman’s Club welcomes members

The West Seneca Woman’s Club is seeking new members. Women who reside in the Southtowns are welcome to attend monthly meetings held the second Monday of the month. The club meets at St. More...

AMERICAN MASTERS

Jane Higgins, left, lifts 24 kilos and Bill Waugh, in the M75 division, lifts 46 kilos during the American Masters Weightlifting Competition held Nov. 4-6 at West Seneca East Senior High School.  More...

Entertainment

Theatre

thurs. 10   More...

Film/Video

fri. 11 & sat. 12   More...

Art

fri. 11   Open Buffalo Silent Auction — Join Open Buffalo and CEPA Gallery for a photography reception and silent auction from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. More...