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January 4, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Kensington Ave. McDonalds, closed after fire, to be rebuilt

The owners of the McDonalds Restaurant on Kensington Avenue will rebuild the fast food restaurant bigger and better than it was prior to the August fire that closed it. More...

Take Shotokan karate to learn a new philosophy on life

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ElderWood to hold stroke screening clinic

A Stroke Screening Clinic will be offered Thursday, January 12, at ElderWood Village at Glenwood, 5271 Main St., Williamsville. More...

Local News

LITTLEST EXPLORER —

Harry Mullin, of Amherst, has some fun with blocks at the Explore and More Children More...

Postal rates increase Jan. 8

As of Sunday, Jan. 8, it will cost an additional two cents to mail a first class letter and extra penny for a post card. More...

Citizen Police Academy to start Feb. 21

The Amherst Police Department is accepting applications for the spring 2006 session of the Citizen Police Academy. More...

Letters to the Editor

Say ‘no’ to Transit Road development

Having lived in East Amherst since 1980, I More...

Reader supports Councilman Kindel

I just wanted to write this letter in support of Bill Kindel. I have lived next door to Bill for 25 years now. More...

Education

Amherst 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...

Sweet Home inducts 73 into National Honor Society

Sweet Home Senior High School recently announced that 73 juniors and seniors have been inducted to the National Honor Society. More...

Amherst High senior wins award

Amherst Central High School senior, Jynelle Andrejko, was recently named as a recipient of a Principal%27s Leadership Award (PLA) Scholarship. More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Support group meets Fibromyalgia support group meetings will be held at 11 a.m. on the 1st Thursday of every month, at 55 Pineview Dr. Call 626-0333. More...

Bee Calendar

Wednesday, Jan. 4 THE MEN More...

Library Hours

Main Library at Audubon 350 J. J. Audubon Parkway More...

Lifestyles

WHAT’S HOT IN 2006

The latest trends for interior design

A re you looking to redecorate your home? Here are some tips for 2006. More...

A bookworm hits the garden

So much of gardening is about how you plan, work and maintain your garden. It More...

Godmothers of the sea

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Entertainment

‘Munich’ is thought-provoking

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CONCERTS

fri. 6 .UK-based DJ and producer, Adam Freeland, More...

Twelfth Night

In 18th century Europe and the American colonies, the final celebration of the Christmas season was Twelfth Night, said to be the night when the Wise Men arrived in Bethlehem. More...

Aldi’s store proposed for Transit Road site

Toy store, plant nursery may be forced to find new locations or close

A proposal to build a 16,409 square foot Aldi More...

Aging is inevitable — woman writes fourth book

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Beatrice Haniford More...

HELLO WALGREENS —

Contractors begin site work at the new location of Walgreens at the intersection of Main Street and Union Road in Williamsville last week. The Village Board on Monday, Dec. 19, approved the construction plan by Benderson Development Co. More...

Town Oks new building permit fees

Building fees in Amherst are going up to reflect generate more revenue for the Building Department. More...

Editorial

Turning a new leaf

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Spindle items

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Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Jan. 6, 1881 Some of our young people spent a very festive new year by getting up a sleigh load and driving to Buffalo in good style. Messrs. More...

Obituaries

Robert J. Pfalzer, retired controller, treasurer

Robert J. Pfalzer, 74, of Amherst, a retired controller and treasurer of Sinclair Radio Labs More...

Lorene M. Ingerski, active in community

Lorene M. Ingerski, 91, who devoted her life to service in her More...

Melvin John Bingler, retired office warehouse manager

Melvin John Bingler, 85, a retired office warehouse manager at Alcan Alumninum, formerly Whitehead Metal and Metal More...

Business

Sweet & Dirty

Williamsville native lives her fashion dream with new Buffalo boutique

Sweet & Dirty is just that More...

TT New York opens new store in village

Just in time for to make the new year more fashionable, TT New York is expanding with a new location on Main Street in Williamsville. More...

East Amherst man honored for achievements

East Amherst resident Dennis A. Castiglia, a certified public accountant (CPA) with Lumsden & McCormick Capital Management was recently recognized for his achievements in wealth management at 1st Global More...