Weekly Feature



November 23, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

National Acupuncture Day observed in East Amherst

King More...

Temporary use of runway upsets residents

Delayed main runway work at airport rescheduled for summer 2006

The sounds of summer More...

Village holds public hearings

The Village Board held a set of public hearings Monday, Nov. 14 at Village Hall. More...

Local News

Cor rection

In an article published Nov. 16 regarding St. Mary More...

Federal funding approved for chamber, Transit Road

The Amherst Chamber of Commerce recently received about $350,000 for its Suburban Solutions Center. More...

Research contract for UB renewed

The U.S. Department of Energy has renewed a research contract with the State University of New York at Buffalo (UB). More...

Letters to the Editor

Coach shouldn’t be crucified by press

What happened on the Pepsi football field last week is not why I More...

Delay main runway work

Attention neighbors! Have you heard, seen or felt the airplanes overhead this summer? If yes, fasten your seatbelt for what the NFTA has in store for us all. More...

Thank you for library support

When the Central Library Board placed Williamsville Library on More...

Education

Debt service schedules discussed by board

Amherst Schools

The Amherst Central School District will soon be allowed to borrow approximately $6 million for capital construction projects without a tax impact. More...

Canisius High School posts honor roll

The following students have been named to the honor and merit rolls for the first quarter of the 2005-06 school year. More...

International expert to speak on teenage substance use

Williamsville schools

Statistics show that teenage substance abuse, including alcohol and drugs, is on the rise More...

Sports

Rusin, Lipsitz choose comfortable college atmospheres

National Letter of Intent

Narrowing down what college to attend can be quite a challenge for any high school senior. But for Williamsville North More...

Times, they are a changing

Commentar y

While looking back at last year More...

Diver Matthews falls short of state title repeat

Girls Swimming

Even with her best 11-dive performance at a state swimming meet, Casey Matthews More...

Business

Business Briefs

Ingram Micro has awarded Junior Achievement of WNY, Inc. $1,000 to help support Junior Achievement More...

Fun Factor

Children learn motor skills while having fun at Rolly Pollies

Fun times abound at Rolly Pollies. There are art classes. More...

East Amherst musician opens recording studio

When Joel Whitehead bought his first guitar at age nine it didn%27t occur to him that he would be opening his first recording studio by age 21. More...

Thanksgiving feast

Meals on Wheels volunteer Tammy Jacobs, top photo, serves a turkey dinner to Bob Peterangelo and his sister-in-law Marge Peterangelo during a Thanksgiving luncheon held Tuesday at the Amherst Center for Senior More...

Deer crashes through Brantwood Road home

Dennis Dalton was sitting in his kitchen, checking e-mail and enjoying a cup of coffee Monday morning when he got the shock of his life. More...

Educational campaign started for new prescription drug plan

A new educational campaign is underway to encourage area seniors to begin signing up for the new prescription drug benefit. More...

Residents invited to holiday party

The community is invited to attend a holiday party at the Harlem Road Community Center on Saturday, Dec. 3. More...

Town denies request for building

During the Town Board meeting held Monday, Nov. 21, the board denied the request of Dr. Laurel White to rezone 4810 Main St. from multi-family to office business. More...

Editorial

Holiday season should bring out the best in people

Bee Editorial

On your mark, get set...go! Holiday season has officially begun, and Americans More...

Spindle items

Full Story

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Nov. 25, 1880 Mr. Christian Rhodes, in honor of his 25th birthday, gave an oyster supper at Mr. Criqui More...

Obituaries

Raymond Beary, had lengthy law enforcement career

Raymond E. Beary, a native of Williamsville who became the police chief of Winter Park, Fla., More...

Richard C. Barton, former councilman, founder of Center for Insurance

Richard C. Barton, 76, of Amherst, founder of Center for Insurance and a former Amherst councilman, died Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005, after a More...

Lawrence J. Cummings, electronics engineer

Lawrence J. Cummings, 81, of Amherst, an retired Electronics Engineer who also worked for the federal government for over 35 More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Classes set Belly dance class will be held from 11 a.m.-noon Tuesdays at the Harlem Road Community Center. More...

Bee Cal en d ar

Friday, Nov. 25 Ladies of Charity will sponsor a table at the annual craft fair held at Saint Gregory the Great Church, 200 St. Gregory Ct. Proceeds will benefit the Seminarian Scholarship Fund. For more information, call 895-4001. More...

Lifestyles

‘Chapel presents ‘The Living Singing Christmas Tree'

Imagine 130,000 lights and 110 carolers singing holiday melodies in choir seats built into a giant Christmas tree. More...

‘Stone’s Buddies’ to benefit from Kaufmann’s sales event

A foundation that honors the life and courage of a young medical patient will benefit from a unique shopping experience next month. More...

Enjoy all-ages fun at senior center holiday happening

The Amherst Center for Senior Services will kick off the holiday season with all-ages fun at the Holiday Happening from 3:30-7 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 370 John James Audubon Parkway. More...

Entertainment

That ‘70s night

The World More...

Guitars for Hope seeks artists

The Guitars for Hope public art project is seeking artists who want to display their original creative designs on 6-feet tall fiberglass guitars. More...

Concerts

fri. 25 .The neo-soul stylings of John Legend will be heard coming from the UB Center for the Arts in Amherst this Friday, Nov. 25 starting at 8 p.m. Visit www.ubcfa.org for more information. More...