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January 18, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Supervisor’s cost saving proposals knocked down

Overtime not a 'freebie goodie'

Read an update of what happened to several of Supervisor Satish Mohan's cost cutting and government reform proposals during Tuesday night's Amherst Town Board meeting. More...

Hoops

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Henn to coach for Czech Republic at World Games

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Stefan Henn More...

Mohan OKs charges against employee

Maintenance worker suspended in May collected pay for seven months

For nearly seven months after he was asked to stop coming to work at the Waste Water Treatment Plant, maintenance worker James Doody continued to receive his $35,000 salary. More...

Hoops

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Local News

People Inc. receives $11 million in HUD funds

People Inc., headquartered in Amherst, recently received about $11.5 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. More...

Museum of disABILITY wins award

The Museum of disABILITY History, a project of People Inc., recently received an Organizational Award of Merit from the Western New York Association of Historical Agencies. More...

ELLICOTT CREEK More...

Letters to the Editor

Sick time paycheck was well earned

Recently, there has been much attention given to the More...

Keep Natureview Park forever wild

Natureview Park is a unique blessing enjoyed by the people of Amherst. More...

Mohan thanked for controlling waste of taxpayer money

Dear Dr. (Satish) Mohan. Thank you for your efforts to control waste and fraud in Amherst. More...

Education

FUTURE WRITER —

Rebekah White, a student at St. Leo the Great School in Amherst, accepts a second-place prize from Bishop Edward U. Kmiec for her essay on St. Therese of Lisieux. More...

New courses proposed for 2006-07 school year

Amherst High School

Several new courses, focusing on alternative education for the 2006-07 school year, were brought to the Amherst Central Schools Board of Education for discussion at the Jan. 10 meeting. More...

School districts to continue collaborative effort

The Amherst Central School District Board of Education approved a resolution at its Jan. 10 More...

Sports

Sacred Heart makes statement with Nardin win

Girls Basketball

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Spartans snap Clarence’s five-year win streak; Geiger breaks pool record

Boys Swimming

With a convincing 58-43 victory this past Friday, the Williamsville North swim team handed the Red Devils from Clarence their first loss in an ECIC dual meet in over five years. More...

Sweet Home sports hall to enshrine 14

Ceremonies of induction for the Class of 2006 into the Sweet Home Sports Hall of Fame will be held Friday, Feb. 3 in the gym at Sweet Home High School, 1901 Sweet Home Road, Amherst. This year, 13 athletes and one coach will be inducted. More...

Calendar

Cal en d ar

Wednesday, Jan. 18 THE POWER OF THE MIND TO HEAL will be presented by the Cancer Wellness Center from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Daemen College, 4380 Main St. More...

Business

Bakery moves to former Courtyards Florist

The Di Camillo Bakery of Niagara Falls has expanded to Williamsville. More...

The Michael C. Casseri State Farm Insurance Agency Business provides quality customer service

by KIMBERLY M. KARCHER Clarence Editor

From business to homeowners insurance, the Michael More...

Nesper named chairman of Amherst Chamber

Attorney Paul Nesper of Nesper, Ferber, DiGiacomo, will be installed as the 2006 Chairman of the Board of the Amherst Chamber of Commerce at the annual meeting at noon Friday, Jan. More...

Game on for Sweet Home football

Sweet Home, 4-1 in Class A North and 5-1 overall, ended speculation as to whether or not it will play varsity football this week by announcing on Thursday afternoon they will play its Week Eight game with Starpoint at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. More...

WAL-MART UPDATE: Drawing the line

Town says 'get lost' to Wal-Mart

Check out the results of Tuesday's Amherst Town Board meeting. The board unanimously agreed to begin the process of rezoning the Millersport Highway parcel where Wal-Mart is planning to build a super center. More...

Officials, residents gear up for Wal-Mart battle

When Joseph Rozbicki looks across the street from his home on Smith Road, he More...

Supervisor kicks new agenda into gear

Proposed term limits, cuts to overtime, hiring freeze signal major changes on horizon

Only a little more than two weeks into his term as Amherst More...

TRIBUTE —

Second grade students at Christian Central Academy in Williamsville paid tribute to the late Dr. Martin Luther King in an More...

Suburban Hospital to begin expansion project

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Editorial

Reminder: passing stopped school buses is illegal

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Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Jan. 20, 1881 Yesterday forenoon as Mr. Geo. Wright was driving one of Mr. Henry Brown More...

Obituaries

Barbara Feuz, aided Boys & Girls Club

Barbara Feuz, 62, of Snyder, who won an award and sponsored another for the Boys & Girls Club, died Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006, at her residence under the care of Hospice and her family. More...

Robert Verne Impey, retired NY Telephone employee

Robert Verne Impey, 82, of Williamsville, a retired employee from the NY Telephone Company, died Monday, Jan. 2, 2006, in Morristown, N.J. More...

Dea ths

KROSS, Adele H. of Snyder, died Friday, Jan. 6, 2006; wife of the late Victor L. Kross; mother of Raymond Kross of Florida; sister of Natalie F. Mack. Services were held Tuesday, Jan. 10 from the Harry A. More...

What's Going On

Writers’ group meets monthly

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What’s Going On

Garden club to meet The Willow Ridge Garden Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1 in Zion United Church of Christ, 15 Koenig Circle, Tonawanda. Call Arlene at 837-4014. More...

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Lifestyles

The Amazing Gift Most

One brother donates kidney to save the other

I It was late September when Bill Moses went to visit the doctor for a routine physical. More...

Native develops reading program

Magic Penny Reading the sound foundation for reading success

Amherst native Sandy Schneider has been teaching for more than 32 years. More...

Wedding announcement guidelines

All engagement, wedding and anniversary announcements received by Bee Group Newspapers are published in all nine editions as a service to our readers. There is no charge. More...

Entertainment

Monsters on ice

The world of Monstropolis skates into HSBC Arena when Disney On Ice presents Disney/Pixar More...

Musical cafe

Smokey Joe More...

E“motion”al music

Shea More...