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August 15, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

Caution should be king when traveling to school

Bee Editorial

In roughly three weeks, students in the Ken-Ton and Twin Cities areas will be heading back to school in buses, on bicycles, on foot and in cars. More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Aug. 25, 1993   More...

Numerous 2018 policies and reforms aid district residents

I n 2018, reform efforts in Albany consisted of preventing bad things from happening as much as they did passing new laws.  More...

Self-driving electric vehicle makes debut at UB

Olli has arrived.  The self-driving electric shuttle, which advances New York State as a hub for autonomous vehicle research, was demonstrated last week on the University at Buffalo’s North Campus.  More...

Spindle items

• MARK TO THE RESCUE — I’m happy to report that one kind soul responded to my plea for gardening advice on blue hydrangeas last week. His name is Mark Neupert, and his garden grows on Patricia Drive in Tonawanda. More...

Best job security in D.C.? Locksmith, key cutter

The whirlwind surrounding the decision by Rep. Chris Collins to suspend his re-election campaign after he was charged by federal officials of insider trading and lying to the FBI has dozens of aftershocks.  More...

BRAVO, DOROTHY

— Natalie Elwood, who played Dorothy in this Sunday’s Summer Theatre Arts Group Experience presentation of “The Wiz” at the Sheridan Parkside Community Center, accepts praise More...