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November 9, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Town changes fire service award program

Firefighters can now earn money and points after 55

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WALL OF FAME —

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Assistant chief to be honored Nov. 17

The Erie County Law Enforcement Foundation Inc. will honor Amherst Assistant Chief Ronald Hagelberger, along with several other law enforcement officials across the county, during its 16th annual Community Service Awards Dinner. More...

Local News

Residents named to Artpark board

Three residents were recently named to the Artpark and Company More...

East Amherst man wins national HazMat award

Richard T. Cartwright of East Amherst was recently selected by the Academy of Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (ACHMM) as this year%27s recipient of the Pete Cook Founders Award. More...

County Water Authority wins award

The Erie County Water Authority (ECWA) has received the Association of Metropolitan Water agencies (AMWA) 2005 Gold Award for Competitiveness Achievement. More...

Letters to the Editor

Main Street traffic is too dangerous

Throughout my whole life I have lived in the Village of Williamsville, and have always loved living here. Living in the village offers many advantages, such as having convenient access to many parks, small shops, and historic places. More...

Education

District initiates K-12 literacy council

Amherst Schools

The first of many initiatives that will join grades K-12 in the Amherst Central School District is underway with the arrival of a literacy council. More...

Amherst student named outstanding writer

An Amherst Central High School senior, who is completing her final year studying in Spain, was recently named a national outstanding writer. More...

SpaceClass

Mill Middle students first in nation to complete new class

A large inflatable shuttle hangs from the ceiling in the middle of the room. More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Sisterhood rummage sale set The Annual Sisterhood Rummage Sale featuring the Special Designer Room will be held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Nov. 14 -16 at 621 Getzville Road. More...

Bee Cal en d ar

Wednesday, Nov. 9 THE NATIONAL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION More...

Lifestyles

The Buffalo Rush

The multi-talented pro cheer/dance team

The Buffalo Rush cheerleaders are made up of well-disciplined, highly skilled dancers who will keep fans of The Buffalo Rapids, the new ABA basketball team, on the edge of their seats. More...

Cherre Cronin

Sandy and Tom Cherre of Cheektowaga announce the engagement of their daughter Jillian Cherre, to Joe Cronin, son of Cathy Cronin of Niagara Falls, N.Y. and Donald Cronin of Williamsville. More...

Snitzer Totoro

Totoro Patricia and Michael Snitzer of Williamsville announce the engagement of their daughter Laura Marie Snitzer, to Nicholas Joseph Totoro, son of Joseph Totoro of Sterling, Va. and the late Sandra Totoro. More...

Village community brainstorms for future

What is a community plan? It is a long-term vision for the future, a rationale for future zoning and a set of policies and guide decisions to be implemented when issues concerning the village arise. More...

Coaches brawl during little league football game

Melee erupts after quarterback is sacked

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Events will celebrate Veterans Day

The Amherst Center for Senior Services will honor veterans of military service at a ceremony during its midday luncheon, Thursday, Nov. 10. Activities begin at 11:45 a.m. More...

Parking garage discussed by village officials

Williamsville Village Board

Parking in the village might get little easier in the future if a plan proposed by the preferred developer of the Williamsville Water Mill comes to fruition. More...

Officials still debating funding source for lighting purchase

Financial advisor: Bonding is the smart choice

Bonding is still the best way for the Town of Amherst to finance the purchase of nearly 8,500 street lights, according to both the town More...

FIRE GRANT —

U.S. Congressman Thomas Reynolds, R-Clarence, sits in the cab of an East Amherst Fire Department fire truck while Lieutenant Paul Bensons explains how to drive the vehicle. Reynolds was in town Saturday, Oct. More...

Editorial

Veterans Day is a time to remember

Bee Editorial

Veterans Day is truly a day of remembrance. A day to remember those who More...

Spindle items

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Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Nov. 11, 1880 On last Monday evening a merry time was held at Mr. John Kluda More...

Obituaries

Mildred L. Davies, worked at AH Pond Co.

Mildred L. Davies, 90, formerly of North Syracuse, N.Y, died Tuesday, Nov. 1 in Eddy-Ford Nursing Home in Cohoes, More...

Kathleen B. Migliore, retired buyer

Kathleen B. Migliore, 80, of East Amherst, a retired buyer, died Sunday, Nov. 6, 2005, in Millard More...

Vera L. Burckley, teacher

Vera L. Burckley, 85, of Eggertsville, a long-time educator in the Williamsville school system, died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005, at her home. More...

Sports

Turnovers cost Sweet Home ‘A’ title

Football

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No joke: North field hockey three-peats

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Who’s the best? We’ll never know

Commentar y

For the entire 2005 football season, Orchard Park and St. Joe More...

Business

Business association holds first window design contest

Strolling down streets during the holiday season and gazing at fabulous window displays is a tradition of years past. More...

Class to be held for professional women

The United Way of Buffalo & Erie County Board Governance Project for Women is now accepting applications for its Class of 2006. More...

Northstar Pilates re-opens at new location

Northstar Pilates Solutions recently opened for business at a new, larger location on Wehrle Drive in Williamsville. More...