Weekly Feature



October 3, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorial

There’s strength in numbers in fighting hunger

Bee Editorial

A s the weather turns colder and we approach the holiday season, we are reminded by organizations such as the Food Bank of Western New York about the less fortunate in our midst, who often go hungry this time of year. More...

Spindle items

• SAVE THE DATE — The fall temperatures are back, and as we get into the first full month of the new season, it’s important to keep in mind that there are many local fall activities to enjoy this October.   More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Oct. 13, 1993   More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.I think we should go with Prohibition again. There’s no reason for people to be drinking beer. There’s too much going on: beer advertising, getting people to drink beer. More...

Lifestyles

Dining Out For Life

Help those living with HIV by enjoying a restaurant meal on Oct. 9

For more than a decade, Evergreen Health and restaurants throughout Western New York have teamed up to help those affected by HIV and AIDS with the annual fundraiser Dining Out For Life. More...

Botanical Garden plans community workday

The North Tonawanda Botanical Garden Organization is sponsoring a community workday that will take place from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 6, at the North Tonawanda Botanical Gardens, 1825 Sweeney St. For more information, email ntbgo@hotmail.com. More...

Couple honeymoon in Negril, Jamaica

Ashley LaPorta married Conner Lorenzo during an afternoon ceremony on Saturday, June 30, 2018, at St. Louis Church in Buffalo. The Rev. Sebastian Pierro of St. More...

Entertainment

Halloween Happenings

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Performance

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Art

thurs. 4   West Seneca Art Society Live Demonstration — The West Seneca Art Society will present Suzanne O’Brien, “Fiber and Felting,” 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. More...

Breaking News - 10/5/2018 6:06 PM

Kenmore Police Chief Peter Breitnauer arrested on federal drug charge

Kenmore Police Chief Peter Breitnauer has been arrested on a federal drug charge,  the U.S. Attorney's Office confirmed Friday.   More...

Shared cost of shared rec facility could be $1.9M or $4M

Estimates depend on KTSD building aid ratio

The shared multi use recreational facility being considered by the Town of Tonawanda and Ken-Ton School District now has a few preliminary price tags, which district officials presented to the Board of Education and town council members during a join More...

Tentative town budget includes 1.95 percent levy increase

The Town of Tonawanda Board received the details of the municipality’s 2019 budget Monday night, which includes a proposed 1.95 percent levy increase for town residents.  More...

Local News

NEVER TOO OLD FOR CAKE

— Seven residents of the Schofield Residence in Kenmore, all of whom are now 100 years old or older, celebrate their birthdays Thursday with cake, live jazz and champagne. More...

‘Brittany’s Bears’ fundraiser to raise money for Roswell

As part of breast cancer awareness month, and in support of Brittany MacKinnon and the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Town of Tonawanda Football Association will hold a breast cancer fundraiser during all of its games taking place Satu More...

WNY Land Conservancy creates nature sanctuary on Grand Island

Another piece of Western New York has gone to the birds. More...

Police Blotter

Drunk tenant refuses to go home, go to bed

Village of Kenmore   Monday, Sept. 24  • Police received multiple calls from residents of Euclid Avenue, who reported that several dogs were attacking a man. More...

Sports

Johnson earns spot in state golf meet

Four years of practice and hard work paid off for Catherine Johnson Saturday. The Mount St. Mary senior finished fifth at the All-Catholic championships match at Elma Meadows to qualify for the NYSCHSAA championship in the spring. More...

Cardinal O’Hara football blows out St. Mary’s, 39-6

The Cardinal O’Hara football team cruised to a blowout victory, 39-6, over St. Mary’s Saturday. The Hawks are now 3-2 overall and 1-1 in Monsignor Martin play. Considering St. More...

St. Joe’s cross-country opens with pair of wins

St. Joe’s cross-country team had a strong start to the season last week, getting wins over Bishop Timon and Cardinal O’Hara in a dual meet at Como Park. More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

NT outreach group plans basket raffle   More...

Business

Jacobs secures $450K for City of Tonawanda infrastructure work

The City of Tonawanda is getting a $450,000 boost for its latest downtown infrastructure project, courtesy of state Sen. More...

Two Tops locations hosting identity theft prevention event

To help combat identity theft and teach the public the best ways to secure personal information, the Better Business Bureau of Upstate New York will be hosting “Secure Your ID Day” from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. More...

Events

Hillside Speaker Series focuses on peer pressure More...