Weekly Feature



May 26, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

News Brief

Van drivers are needed to help at the West Seneca Senior Citizen Center. This is a part-time position. Any interested and eligible candidates should complete and return the West Seneca Employment Application to the center, 4260 Seneca St. More...

Expand genealogy research with Ancestry Library Edition database

Libraries are an immense source of information, providing access to unlimited tools and knowledge. Among the things that the West Seneca Library has to offer is Ancestry Library Edition. More...

Senate passes Alix’s Law for fifth time

The New York State Senate has once again approved Alix’s Law, which makes it illegal to leave the scene of an accident while intoxicated, according to Sen. Patrick Gallivan. More...

Meetings

Town Board Monday, June 6 — All meetings, unless noted, begin at 7 p.m. and are held in Council Chambers at Town Hall, 1250 Union Road. Meetings are open to the public. School Board Tuesday, June 14 More...

‘Sunday in the Park’ set for Father’s Day at Burchfield Nature and Art Center

Celebrate Father’s Day with Sunday in the Park activities at the Burchfield Nature and Art Center, 2001 Union Road in West Seneca. Friends of Burchfield Nature and Art Center will host its annual Sunday in the Park event from noon to 4 p.m. More...

Legislature invests in county programs

The Erie County Legislature’s Majority Caucus approved several expenditures at the May 12 session to designate funds and prioritize various programs that serve county residents. More...

Legislation to better track alleged child abusers

The Senate has passed a bill that would require New York State to notify local child protective services if the operator of a licensed day care center or similar facility is the subject of an allegation of child abuse or maltreatment, said Sen. More...

Public hearing set for local law amendments

A public hearing regarding amendments to three local laws will be held during the regular Town Board meeting on June 20. Laws No. 9, 10 and 11 will be up for discussion as the board continues its process of amending laws. No. More...

Police to take part in ‘Click It or Ticket’ 2016 campaign

West Seneca police will be taking part in the 2016 “Click It or Ticket” enforcement and education campaign. More...

Newsstand locations

People sometimes ask me where they can pick up the latest edition of the West Seneca Bee. If you happened to be reading this, you probably found a location or you own a subscription to the newspaper. More...

Increased raffle limit would benefit non-profits

Sen. Patrick Gallivan said the Senate has passed a bill that would authorize organizations to increase their revenue and the value of prizes awarded through raffles. More...

News Brief

Sponsors for the West Seneca Youth and Recreation Department’s “Movie in the Park” event are needed. More...

Tougher penalties proposed for threats of school violence

Legislation that would toughen the penalty for those who threaten mass violence against a school has passed the Senate, according to Sen. Patrick Gallivan. More...

License plates for Kiwanis International approved by Senate

The State Senate has once again passed legislation that would make it possible for members of Kiwanis International to request special New York State license plates. More...