Weekly Feature



November 30, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Williamsville Village board tables Walgreen’s plan

Officials expected to vote at December 19 meeting

Eric Recoon, vice president of Benderson Development Corp., attended the Village of Williamsville More...

East Amherst man named to YMCA board of directors

The YMCA of Greater Buffalo recently appointed Tim Gelder of East Amherst to a three-year term on the YMCA More...

Students prepare food donations for rural needy

St. Joseph

Hunger knows no season, no weather or day of the week. More...

Post office asks residents to remove snow, ice

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Local News

Hanukkah event set for Dec. 6

The Bureau of Jewish Education (BJE) and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo (JCC) will jointly sponsor a new holiday program, More...

Verizon comes to the rescue

Ignore the Williamsville Library flyer that says, More...

VFW post honors members

The Amherst Township Veterans of Foreign Wars 416 post and ladies auxiliary recently honored two members. More...

Education

Association scholarships available for college students

The members of the Western New York Chapter of the New York State Restaurant Association have six scholarship awards available for the academic year 2005-2006. More...

School News

Nardin Academy sophomore Katherine Russell, of Amherst, was recently honored by The Heroes of Hope Living with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) for her ability to inspire others with CF through her positive attitude, commitment to proactively manage her health More...

School News

Amherst Middle School recently held its sixth Annual More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Archery club opens doors to public The Double T Archery Club, 1120 North French Road., opened its practice range daily to non-members and its 10-target 3-D range from 4 p.m.-dusk. More...

Church Briefs

Kenmore United Methodist Church (KUMC) will hold three special Advent events. More...

Bee Cal en d ar mail:jschmelzer@beenews.com or fax: 633-8601

Wednesday, Nov. 30 THE AMHERST CENTER for Senior Services will be hosting a holiday concert from 7-8:30 p.m. at 370 John James Audubon Parkway. For reservations or information, call 636-3059. More...

Lifestyles

Amherst Symphony Orchestra presents ‘Italian Holiday’

Buono vacanze! The Amherst Symphony Orchestra (ASO) will hold a concert with songs of the season with an Italian twist. More...

Couple honeymooned in Maui

Gretchen Tanski and Christopher Eckert were married in an afternoon ceremony Saturday, August 6, 2005, at North Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Dr. Thomas E. Evans officiated. The bride was escorted by her father. More...

Gorley Reinhart

Cindy and Bill Gorley of Honeoye Falls, N.Y. announce the engagement of their daughter Melissa Gorley, to Erik Reinhart, son of Donna and Dan Reinhart of Tonawanda, formerly of Amherst. More...

Entertainment

Colorful production

Take a magical rainbow ride through biblical Egypt on the wings of More...

Crafty Christmas

One of America More...

She’s a ‘beauty’

The Theatre of Youth follows the brave journey of Beauty when More...

Town in conundrum over parking

Officials want Thruway to advise employees not to park on residential streets

New York State Thruway Authority employees working at the Williamsville toll booth are annoying some nearby residents. More...

Mayer Bros. bids farewell to water mill

Mayer Bros. shut down production and moved out of the Williamsville Water Mill late this past week. More...

UPS teams up with foundation to support Toys for Tots

For the first time, UPS Stores across America have teamed up with the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation to bring joy to less fortunate children during the holiday season. More...

ROLLOVER —

Snyder firefighters worked for more than half an hour More...

Amherst mulls proposed cell tower at park

Future visitors to Paradise Park could find a change in the view. More...

Editorial

Remember the needy at home

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Spindle items

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Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Dec. 2, 1880 Some of the farmers in this vicinity have considerable corn to husk yet. More...

Obituaries

Bill Serio, Williamsville fireman; raised funds for Camp Good Days

William (Bill) Serio, 81, an active member of the Williamsville Fire Department for more than More...

Robert I. Gayley, retired UB professor

Robert I. Gayley, 72, of Amherst, a retired professor from the University at Buffalo Department of Physics and Astronomy, died Monday, Nov. 21, 2005, in Harris Hill Nursing Facility, of Alzheimer More...

Nelson J. Miller, Jr., third generation owner, operator

Nelson J. Miller, Jr., 55, a former third-generation owner/operator of Amherst Disposal and Driver Supervisor at Modern Disposal, died Thursday, Nov. 24, 2005, in the Center of Hospice & Palliative Care, Cheektowaga, after a brief illness. More...

Sports

Experience, inside presence to help South’s section title chances

Boys Basketball

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East girls hoops needs total team effort for success

Every player on the Williamsville East varsity girls basketball roster will get a chance to compete this season. More...

Sports Briefs

Skylar Beaver of Williamsville is one of five William Smith College field hockey players to be named to the 2005 Dartfish/National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-North Atlantic team. Beaver was a second team pick. More...

Business

Sweet confections made of love

NaNa

The cookie monster would be in his glory. Anginetti, love knots, sponge cake cookies, Italian chocolate balls, nut horns, cappuccino biscotti More...

Holistic health center focuses on balancing mind and body

Forever. That is how long Linda Taylor has wanted to own a center where she practices Western medicine. More...

Business Briefs

Hiscock & Barclay LLP has undertaken a firm-wide practice restructuring and has appointed More...