Weekly Feature



December 7, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Local News

Sweet Home senior has adult responsibilities

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Despite being the youngest member of the Sweet Home School Board, Jousline Haddad feels she is treated with respect and sincerity by the other five members, each of whom is old enough to be one of her parents. More...

County proposes DMV site at community center

Harlem Road Community Center

Erie County wants to put a satellite auto bureau in the town of Amherst, and the county clerk has his sights set on the Harlem Road Community Center. More...

Chamber uses $350,000 in funding for new center

The Amherst Chamber of Commerce last week received $350,000 in federal funds for its new Suburban Solutions More...

Education

Sweet Home 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...

Sweet Home Middle 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...

Casey Middle 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...

Sports

North, East attempt to continue winning tradition

Hockey

The moment they have chicken parmigiana every March at a local restaurant in Utica, New York, the Williamsville North varsity hockey team knows its tradition of excellence has continued. More...

East, South endure scary moment in league opener

The most nerve-racking feeling in last Thursday More...

The writing is on the wall

Commentar y

It seems to me like there should be a couple of new entries added to the endangered species list, since More...

Business

Treat Your Feathered and Furry Friends

The name says it all. Treat Your Feathered and Furry Friends, located at 8655 Sunset Drive in Clarence, offers goodies for those special twoor four-legged friends in your life. More...

M e et i n g s

Smart Growth series continues at Albright-Knox The fourth session of the More...

Banzai Japanese outlet features products from Japan

There are more than 20 Banzai Japanese Outlet stores throughout the United States, and one of them is now open in Western New York. More...

Healthcare savings in jeopardy

Town could lose out if labor contracts aren

The Town of Amherst could lose its estimated $2.5 million in health care savings for 2006 if officials do not OK labor contracts by the end of the year. More...

Silent night

Randall Baptist Church held its annual More...

Editorial

The village missed the boat with Mayer Bros.

Bee Editorial

The Village Board expected Mayer Bros. to be its knight in shining armor. Unfortunately, More...

Spindle items

Full Story

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Dec. 9, 1880 In conversation with Mr. A.W. Eggert, who returned home from Rochester, Minn. the fore part of the week, he stated that work on the building which Messrs. L.E. and Wm. B. More...

Obituaries

H.T. ‘Mac’ McAdams, independent consulter

H.T. More...

Joseph Burruano, retired NT principal

Joseph Burruano, 75, of Williamsville and North Tonawanda, a retired North Tonawanda More...

Ida M. Gray, Williamsville cake decorator

Ida M. Gray, formerly of Williamsville, died under Hospice Care on Friday, Dec. 2, 2005 at his daughter More...

Lifestyles

Museum to open

The Village of Williamsville Historical Society Museum will be open from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, December 11 . More...

CHRISTMAS IN THEVILL AGE

Williamsville Business Association presents A season in the Village

hildren will have the opportunity to give Santa Claus their More...

Christmas tree lighting

Third annual

It will start outside Village Hall, 5565 Main St., when guests gather and begin the countdown to Mayor Mary Lowther More...

Calendar

Youth & Family Center provides childcare

Limited spaces are available at the Williamsville Youth & Family Center, 5005 Sheridan Drive and the Harlem Road Community Center. Applications are being accepted at the Youth Board office, 4255 Harlem Road. More...

JCC offers swim club

The Jewish Community Center will open its swim club for swim levels V and VI, ages 8-16, located at 2640 North Forest Road., Getzville. The program is based on American Red Cross standards and uses professional coaching to improve swimmers More...

A Christmas Cantana

St. Christopher Music Groups will present More...

Entertainment

When words can describe

Local poet completes second book

What a person has between themselves and their poetry can be considered a relationship. Bill Pomerhn has been working on his relationship for more than 12 y ears. More...

Holiday hilarity

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Concerts

fri. 9 .The band with a political message from Dublin is back! Join More...