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November 7, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

Locking car doors should be second nature

Bee Editorial

It’s no secret that many who move to the suburbs do so to gain a semblance of tranquility and the peace of mind associated with being away from the crowded, congested streets of the city. More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Nov. 17, 1993   More...

This November, be thankful for veterans, fiscal stewardship

Two topics that I will be addressing in the months ahead in this column are Tonawanda Coke closing, and eminent domain action commencing on the Huntley site to ensure our local industries get the raw water they need to keep plants operating. More...

Spindle items

SAVE THE DATE — The weather might be turning colder, but there is still a lot of community activity in Ken-Ton this November. More...

Bishop’s press conference failed to clear the air

About 30 journalists and hundreds more listening via radio, television and the internet waited anxiously for additional facts about the Buffalo Catholic Diocese sex abuse scandal on Monday afternoon, but the press conference fell well short of the ma More...

November brings many changes to Kenmore

I t’s hard to believe we’re already in November. October ended with two terrific community events: our annual Halloween Party, which took place Oct. 27, and the season end of the Kenmore Farmers Market, which took place Oct. 28. More...