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January 3, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Local News

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Roberts

As student ex-officio, Kelly Roberts can More...

Main-Transit Fire Department Explorers names 2007 officers

Main-Transit Fire Department Exempt Association recently installed its 2007 officers. The Honorable Town of Amherst Justice Geoffrey Klein installed More...

Highway Department expects difficult year

Highway Superintendent Bob Anderson is officially operating under his 2007 budget, which he said is underfunded. More...

Obituaries

Willard S. Berg, retired graphic artist, photographer

Willard S. Berg, 77, of Snyder, a retired graphic artist and photographer for the Buffalo Courier-Express, died Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2006, in Harris Hill Nursing Facility in Williamsville. More...

Betty J. Wehle, founded preschool

Betty Jane Wehle, 63, formerly of Eggertsville and Orchard Park, who once owned and operated an antique store and also founded a preschool, died Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2006, in Mercy Hospital. More...

Evelyn L. Manth, homemaker

Evelyn Manth, 83, of Amherst, a homemaker, died Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2006, in Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital. Born in Elmira, N.Y., she was the wife of Gerald E. Manth. He died in 2003. She is survived by a daughter, Linda M. More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Lecture to be held about paintings and business A lecture will be held on paintings and antique auction business as well as free appraisal of paintings. The lecture will be given by Sam Haney of St. Peter More...

Lifestyles

New Year’s resolutions

Village and town officials share their goals for 2007

T he countdown has been said and 2007 has arrived. People have made their New Year More...

Keeping your New Year’s Resolution

So, it More...

SENIOR NEWS

The following events will take place at the Amherst Center for Senior Services, 350 John James Audubon Parkway. For more information, call 636-3059. Getting to Know You will be held at noon Thursday, Jan. More...

Bee There

Thursday, Jan. 4 THE BUFFALO SOCIETY OF ARTISTS 110th annual Juried Catalog Exhibition, through Jan. 7, UB Anderson Gallery, One Martha Jackson Place, Buffalo. 829-3754 CHRISTMASVILLE, through Jan. 7, 2007, Village of Lancaster, AM&A More...

Business

Business News

Kelly Palczewski of Williamsville recently started her own AtHome America business, a direct seller of home decorating accents. For more information, call 207-9922 or e-mail klp713@hotmail.com. More...

Sarah’s Vintage and Estate Jewelry pieces ‘are not run of the mill’

A stroll through Main Street in the Village of Williamsville wouldn More...

Meetings

Trocaire College sets Jan. 4 open house Trocaire College, a private college in South Buffalo, will host an open house for interested students from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 4 on the campus, at 360 Choate Ave. More...

Breaking News!

Wixson named deputy supervisor in last minute change

In a sudden switch from what had previously been announced, Roy Wixson was named deputy supervisor for 2007. Dr. Barry Weinstein withdrew his name during Tuesday More...

Storm, town government top stories of 2006

In 2006, The Amherst Bee reported the news that was important to our readers. Here is a review of articles from the past year: Jan. More...

Editorial

Bee Editorial

Keep campaigns separate from current duties

Can elected officials separate their current duties from campaigning for another office? Many elected officials have put themselves in that position when seeking office at another level. In this past election, Cheektowaga Supervisor Dennis H. More...

Spindle items

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Spindle items

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Letters to the Editor

Street name causes confusion

After reading Jessica Finch More...

Give credit where credit is due

I read with great interest the article in both the Amherst and Clarence Bees concerning the payment of the longstanding sewer bill by Clarence to Amherst. To set the record straight, I must take exception to Shelly Schratz More...

Education

Scholarships available for student musicians

The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Volunteer Foundation and the Buffalo Chamber Music Society have again combined their application and audition process for their independent 2007 scholarships. The Volunteer Foundation More...

Sweet Home High School to compete in Tech Wars

Fourteen Western New York school districts, including Sweet Home, will take part in the 10th annual Tech Wars to be held Wednesday, Jan. 10, at Niagara County Community College. More...

Eighth-grade orientation programs scheduled

The three Williamsville high schools will hold open houses and orientation programs for eighth grade students and their parents. More...

Sports

New black belts honored at Master Gorino’s Pil-Sung Tae Kwon-Do

Master Chuck Gorino and Grand Master Robert Summers awarded black belts to accomplished students of Master Gorino More...

Rotary Club of Williamsville Tournament

North too strong for South, wins event for third year

Williamsville North won the battle on the boards against Williamsville South and left South as three-time Rotary Club of Williamsville Tournament champions. More...

Girls Basketball

Defense rallies East to tournament victory

Williamsville East shrugged off slow starts in both games of its own girls basketball tournament to claim top honors for the third straight year. More...

Entertainment

Artist to display series at JCC

According to Williamsville artist Hugo Rodriguez, More...

MusicalFare Theatre to present world premiere

MusicalFare Theatre will present the world premiere of More...

‘Dreamgirls’ is a dream come true

I am not a big fan of movie musicals, but More...