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July 13, 2017 RSS feed / Editorial

Superintendent change hints at board strife

Bee Editorial

Many decisions are made behind closed doors — the paths of which the public can only speculate. Much speculation surrounded a more-than-90-minute-long executive session at the start of Monday’s West Seneca Board of Education meeting. More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago July 16, 1992

• Bob Rosenhahn thought the 16-and-under ASA Girls Fastpitch Mid-Atlantic Regionals tournament would be easy to host at Firemen’s Park in West Seneca. He was wrong. More...

Public support sought in form of Children’s Center surveys

It’s been busy at the office since our quick Fourth of July break. Recently, I have launched an initiative to rally support for keeping the Western New York Children’s Psychiatric Center open in West Seneca. More...

Spindle items

• OUR ANTIQUES — Years ago, when I moved into my apartment, my mother passed along items from my grandparents that she had saved for me.  More...

What do deflated footballs have to do with election hacking?

Imagine if the ownership and coaching staffs of the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots were to discuss a joint venture to prevent teams from tampering with game balls in an effort to keep competition fair. More...

Trip to Washington covers people’s business

I recently traveled to Washington, D.C., to join my counterparts from across the country for a special meeting of the County Executives of America Association, a nonpartisan organization that includes elected officials from more than 700 counties nat More...