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September 30, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorial

To end domestic violence, there must be understanding

Discussing domestic violence isn’t easy. More...

Spindle items

Ken-Ton Editor

MAKING WAY FOR FALL — Maybe you’ve noticed the Village of Kenmore is looking a little more fall-like these days.  On Saturday, volunteers from the Kenmore Village Improvement Society decorated the Village Green.   More...

Out of the Past

Lockport resident Kenneth J. Kowalski has been endorsed by local Right-to-Life and Conservative parties inaabidtounseatlong-termincumbentCongressman John J. LaFalce (D-Tonawanda). More...

Education

Kenmore East High School Homecoming 2015

  Papouch Schmoyer shows off his moves at the Kenmore East Homecoming dance Saturday. Photos by Patrick McPartland.Purchase photos atwww.BeeNews.com   Kahlil O'Neil gets a little crazy at the Kenmore East Homecoming dance Saturday. More...

Lifestyles

Dine Out, For Life

Annual fundraiser celebrates 13th year

Christopher Reybrouck and the team at Evergreen Health Services want you to donate to a fundraiser that assists in the ongoing fight against HIV and AIDS. To do so, you’ll need only one thing:  An appetite.  More...

Blessing of the animals slated at church

Church of the Advent will be holding a “Blessing of the Animals” event at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, at the church, 54 Delaware Road. Attendees must bring their pets on a leash or in a carrier. For more information, call 876-6504.   More...

Astronaut speaks at Kenmore West High School

Kenmore West High School graduate Dr. Edward G. Gibson, who for more than two decades held the American record for time spent in space, recently visited his alma mater to speak with students and staff about his experiences.  More...

Business

Susan G. Komen honors Tonawanda resident with ‘Love Award’

Susan G. Komen Western New York will honor the winners of its annual Hope, Faith and Love awards, including Beverly Zambito of Tonawanda, who will be named the winner of Komen’s “Love Award.”  More...

Manufacturing Month kicks off with Oct. 6 event

The Buffalo Niagara Partnership will hold a Manufacturing Month kickoff event from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Shea’s Smith Theatre, 660 Main St., Buffalo.  More...

Mini-vet school scheduled at Medaille College

The Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society will run a five-week mini-vet school from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27 and Nov. 3, at the main building of Medaille College, 18 Agassiz Circle, Buffalo.  More...

Town Board hires architectural consultant

The Town of Tonawanda is planning to consolidate its services by bringing together the Planning, Technical Support, Engineering, Building and Economic and Community Development departments.  To help establish a Town Development Services Center, More...

GOP candidate Walter outlines updated tax plan for county

Republican county executive candidate Ray Walter addressed members of the media on Monday morning to outline an updated sales tax revenue distribution that he believes will better allocate funds to the county’s towns and individual school distr More...

Local News

Sweet Home will dissolve elementary advisory council

The Sweet Home Central School District will dissolve the Elementary Advisory Council, citing a lack of a common, clear vision on the group’s goals.  Superintendent Tony Day said he will ask each of the council members to join the district& More...

Piatek discusses economic development plan

Damon Piatek, president & CEO of Welke Customs Brokers, USA, and Republican candidate for Town of Tonawanda supervisor, met with Tonawanda taxpayers and supporters at Adventure Landing on Sheridan Drive Saturday morning to talk about his economic More...

News Briefs

The Home School Association at Cardinal O’Hara High School will host its annual meat raffle Friday, Oct. 9, at the school, 39 O’Hara Road. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the raffle will begin at 7 p.m. Steak, chicken and pork will be raffled. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Regarding gun control, I agree we need mental health checks, but that’s not the only issue. Many of these young children are impressionable, and they see on TV violence and how to get away with it because there is not enough evidence. More...

Obituaries

Death Notices

PIAZZA, Angeline (nee Cardella), of Tonawanda, died Monday, Sept. 21, 2015. She is survived by two daughters, Terri Alderson and Joann Schmidt; two sons, Andrew and Joseph; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. A private service was held. More...

Sports

Bulldogs keep momentum with fifth straight win

The Kenmore East Bulldogs keep letting the wins roll as they defeated Niagara Frontier league foe, Niagara Falls, in a tightly-contested league game, 1-0.  The win proved to be the seventh win on the year for the Bulldogs and the team’s fi More...

Thompson, McCarthy lead Marauders over Lancers

The Marauders of St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute have begun to roll in the Monsignor Martin Athletic Association football schedule.  The team played its first league game Saturday as they traveled to Lancaster to face off against St. More...

Thunder soccer goes gold for Kelsey

It’s always a great sign to see a team support each other. It’s an even greater sign of hope and respect to see a team dedicate its play, uniform and whatever they have in support of the community. The Mount St. More...

What's Going On

Whats Going On

Auditions to take place at Brighton Place Library   More...

Entertainment

Kenmore resident to perform in shows

Performances slated for October

Lihann Jones, a resident of Kenmore, is the choreographer and one of the dancers in the show “Salute to Duke Ellington” by Buffalo Opera Unlimited.  The show will take place at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. More...

JUST LIKE THE POPE

— Students in the first grade at St. More...

Family Activities

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