Weekly Feature



April 4, 2012 RSS feed / Local News

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Student serves as ex officio member of School Board

As a result of being voted president of the All-class Leadership Council at Sweet Home High School in 2011, senior Sarah Fiordaliso has served on the district’s School Board as an ex officio member during the 2011-12 academic year.  More...

Bee News Group captures state, international awards

Bee Group Newspapers won a total of eight awards in judging announced last week by the New York Press Association.  The classified advertising section captured first place for the 10th time in the past 16 years. More...

Women minding their business

Women Minding Their Business will be hosting their third annual “Girl’s Day Out” from 10 until 4 on Saturday, April 21 at the Holland Willows, 177 Savage Rd.  Women Minding Their Business is a group of local business owners, wh More...

Residential garage destroyed in fire

A Tremaine Avenue garage burned to the ground during a fire that started in the structure on Monday afternoon.  Kenmore Fire Department Chief Brendan Kiefer said his crew was alerted during lunch hour to 440 Tremaine, where a fire had started in More...

Photo

PASTA PEOPLE — Julia Domiano, left, Pam Milkie, Cheryl Greene, Sue Daniels, and Patty Frank were all smiles while serving spaghetti meals during St. More...

Community event

The Hull Family Home & Farmstead, the oldest stone dwelling in Erie County, will hold its annual “History Camp for Kids” for children in grades three through eight. The camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

Parking violators given shot to pay up

The Village of Kenmore is participating in a parking ticket amnesty program, which is in effect through May 31.  Registrants of vehicles with outstanding parking tickets can contact the Kenmore Police Department at 875-1234 or they can search by More...

Woman arrested for alleged violation of Leandra’s Law

A Buffalo woman, was charged with violating Leandra’s Law after she was pulled over in Kenmore on March 28.  Doreen Banks, 47, of Buffalo was arrested by Officer Joanne Davis on Kenmore Avenue for allegedly driving while intoxicated with a More...

Signs alert residents to call tip line

The Town of Tonawanda Police Department is initiating another means of increasing public awareness of its confidential tip line.  Signs are popping up in various locations around town, including one posted recently on Niagara Falls Boulevard nea More...

Out of the Past

Delivering the groceries

(Do you have a memory of the Ken-Ton area you would like to share with Bee readers? Send it to “Out of the Past,” Ken-Ton Bee, 5564 Main St., Buffalo, NY  14221-5410).   More...

Family Film series features ‘Big Miracle’

The Saturday Family Film Series sponsored by the YWCA Tonawandas and Riviera Theatre will feature will be showing “Big Miracle” at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 7 and 14.  More...

Animal cruelty registry proposed by legislator

Individuals convicted of animal cruelty offenses could be banned from owning pets.  That’s if Erie County Legislator Terrence D. McCracken, D-Lancaster has his way. More...