April 16, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Christopher Gulas-Karazewski, right, looks on as Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo reads to his Preschool Storytime group at the West Seneca Library on Tuesday evening. More...

Local News

In the Military

Spc. Anthony Nappa of West Seneca has re-enlisted to continue service with the 152nd Engineer Support Company of the New York Army National Guard. More...

Families Touched by MS plans Tropical Dreamin’ fundraiser

Families Touched by MS began its existence as a simple act of kindness. Six years ago, several friends who graduated from St. More...

Art gallery organizes monthlong events to benefit Hospice Buffalo

Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery, at 1168 Orchard Park Road, has events planned nearly every day of the month, with a portion of the proceeds from each event earmarked to benefit Hospice Buffalo. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.If someone has a dog kennel permit in this town, can they use the front door of a house as the front door of the kennel, with dogs barking all day and all night? It’s very disturbing. More...

Sports

Defense, midfield to lead West boys lacrosse squad

West Seneca West’s boys lacrosse team will be leaning on its defensive and midfield corps this spring after graduating nine players off last year’s squad — including its starting goalie, its top long-stick midfielder, and one of its More...

Boys team’s vets showing promise

East track and field

With another year of experience under their belts, the returning members of West Seneca East’s boys track team are eager to put 2014’s 1-5 campaign behind them and put their best foot forward this season. More...

Returning track MVP, others to spearhead girls’ efforts

Though one of them was the team’s field events MVP, West Seneca East’s girls track team is hoping to have little trouble overcoming the departure of four seniors off last year’s squad during its quest to improve on 2014’s 1-4 More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Books and Barks reading program set at library More...

Plymouth Crossroads offers a home where nobody is alone

Home for young men slates open house on Saturday

When a person enters Plymouth Crossroads, it feels a lot like any home. More...

Union fire hall plan tabled pending review

A proposed plan for construction of a new 27,000-square-foot fire hall to be built by Union Fire Company was reviewed by the Planning Board on April 9, but approval was delayed until the developer, E.I. Team, can make revisions. More...

Editorial

Those without a home deserve dignity, empathy, help

Bee Editorial

When we consider the homeless population, there are several stereotypes that often come to mind, and they tend to be somewhat extreme in nature. More...

Spindle items

• SPRING CLEANING — There comes a time after each winter when the air in the house is stale and nothing is quite how it should be. This time came for me last weekend, and I wasn’t alone. More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago April 19, 1990 More...

Education

Biology major named research experience summer scholar

West Seneca native Justin Blanch, a member of the Class of 2016 at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts, has been named a Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience Summer 2015 Scholar. More...

Student builds community of urban science learners

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

West Seneca resident Nicholas Smotherman is among 11 Canisius College students working to build a community of urban science learners. More...

NU WORKSHOP

Students from the West Seneca academies of Business/Finance and Digital Media attended a full day of professional workshops on business leadership, interpersonal skills and social media propriety sponsored by Niagara University on March 11. More...

Lifestyles

Two pedals and terrain:

Biking on different routes

After learning how to ride a two-wheeled bicycle, a child feels like a conqueror of sidewalks — with a freedom to explore. Not only can that childhood feeling resurface, but also people can now use a bike to achieve different goals. More...

Variety Club to hold annual fundraiser

The Variety Club of West Seneca Satellite annual fundraiser will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at Vigilant Fire Hall, 666 Main St. More...

Chestnut Ridge to unveil restored murals

On April 21, the five distinctive murals in the Chestnut Ridge Park casino will look the best they have in 67 years. More...

Business

Koeppel designated Certified Turnaround Professional

Michael R. Koeppel, managing director at Lakelet Advisory Group, has been designated a Certified Turnaround Professional by the Turnaround Management Association. More...

Dash’s Market begins home-delivery service

Dash’s Delivers, a new home-delivery service available throughout the Buffalo area as well as for in-store pickup at all four of Dash’s locations, began Sunday. More...

Lake Shore Savings Bank now offering mobile checking deposits

Lake Shore Savings Bank is now offering the “LS Mobile Deposit,” which provides a way to deposit checks by taking a picture of the check with a smartphone or tablet. More...