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November 9, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

French Quarter Hounds bring New Orleans-style to Buffalo corner

A horn fusion band is not conforming to one genre but bringing a mixture of flavor to the stage. The members call it “gumbo for the soul.” (See editorial on page four) More...

Editorial

Music programs leave mark on students’ careers

French Quarter Hounds praise Music is Art for helping propel their band forward. More...

Spindle items

Ken-Ton Editor

CONCERT AT RIVIERA — Musician Rick Springfield will perform at the historic Riviera Theatre, located at 67 Webster St. in North Tonawanda, next month.   More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Nov. 13, 1991   More...

Obituaries

Richard S. Gerace, foundation director

Richard S. Gerace, 52, of Tonawanda, died Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. He was born in Buffalo on Oct. 26, 1964.  Mr. Gerace was the New York State director of the Hogs and Heroes Foundation, a nonprofit organization supporting the U.S. More...

Sports

Clarence dominates with player in each spot

All-Bee Girls Soccer — First Team

It’s not uncommon on all-star teams for one or two schools — especially the really successful ones — to see multiple players earn accolades.  More...

East’s Birzon repeats as Girls Player of the Year

How does one follow up being named an all-star team’s initial Player of the Year? For Williamsville East’s Marissa Birzon, it was simple: become the first two-time Player of the Year in the history of the All-Bee Girls Soccer Team.  More...

All-Bee Soccer squads’ selection process explained

Given the tremendous success of last year’s squad, The Bee’s sports staff is once again proud to recognize some of the area’s top talent with the 2016 installment of the All-Bee Soccer teams.  More...

What's Going On

Whats Going On

‘The Music Man’ slated at Playhouse   More...

Entertainment

Theatre

thurs. 10   More...

Film/Video

fri. 11 & sat. 12   More...

Art

fri. 11  Open Buffalo Silent Auction — Join Open Buffalo and CEPA Gallery for a photography reception and silent auction from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. More...

Breaking News - 11/9/2016 12:04 AM

Candidates lead federal, state, county election results

According to the Erie County Board of Election More...

Solving the crime

Members of the Young Citizens Police Academy, Rylie Schulz, left, Katia Sanchez and Shaelee Cramer, collect evidence during a staged crime scene under the watchful eye of Juvenile Detective Alan Fell More...

Local News

Dancer places in international competition

Mackenzie Eirene Lynch placed second in this year’s Euro Crown Competition at the LDB International Oriental Dance Festival in Thessaloniki, Greece, on Oct. 29. More...

Schofield Care trains, equips community on use of Narcan

Schofield Care, located at 2757 Elmwood Ave. in Kenmore, provides free training on the use of lifesaving emergency naloxone spray.  More...

Local artist pairs creativity, history in new coloring book

Dan Predmore never thought he’d be creating coloring books.  With a background in abstract art — some of his pieces have sold in four-digit territory — and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Daemen College in 1996, why would h More...

Education

UB honors Kenmore resident

The University at Buffalo School of Management recognized individuals at the 67th annual School of Management Alumni Association Awards Banquet on Nov. 1, which was held at the Statler in Buffalo.  More...

OVER THE NET

— Students participate in the 1B Students Badminton Tourney, which was held after school at Kenmore West High School, to benefit the Ken-Ton Closet on Nov. 3. More...

‘A Tribute to Angels’ set for Nov. 18

During its annual “A Tribute to Angels” event, the Kenmore Mercy Foundation will recognize several individuals whose dedication to Kenmore Mercy Hospital and the community has been extraordinary.  The event will take place Friday, No More...

Lifestyles

Law firm gives girl with heart defects a bedroom makeover

With a little professional help and about $4,000, Amherst lawyer Rosanna Berardi and her law office are making Piper Francis’ dreams come true. More...

Library to host reading of play

A staged reading of Donna Hoke’s new play, “Hearts of Stone,” will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, at the Brighton Place Library, 999 Brighton Road, Tonawanda. It will be presented by the Western New York Players. More...

Library News

Kenilworth Branch 318 Montrose Ave. • 834-7657  Library hours   More...

Business

Are you ready to request a business loan?

Today, more and more individuals have visions of achieving success by opening their own business. I have met several of these individuals throughout my career, and many are unaware of what must be done to get their business up and running. More...

Scholarship applications sought

The Niagara Military Affairs Council has established a scholarship in honor of Merrell Lane, the longtime chairman of NIMAC. More...

Veterinary program for students available Nov. 16

A 2016 Veterinary Explorer Post informational meeting is set from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, at Medaille College, in the lecture hall in the Main Building, 18 Agassiz Circle, Buffalo.  More...