October 30, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Depew resident receives Daemen College’s highest honor

Veronica Lee of Depew has not always been interested in being a nurse. More...

Local News

Village of Lancaster earns recognition for new hire

The Village of Lancaster was one of 13 organizations in Western New York to receive a certificate of recognition from Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz upon the occasion of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. More...

Fundraiser to be held for expectant mother with ALS

Amanda Pumm Bernier is many things. She is a former resident of Tonawanda and Lancaster as well as a former member of the Lancaster Fire Department. She comes from a long line of firefighters and first responders as well. More...

WINTER SPORT WONDERLAND

— Andy Klimek and his son, Matt, of Lancaster, look at skis during the Buffalo Area Ski and Snowboard Sale and Travel Expo held at The Epic Sports Center throughout the weekend. More...

Police Blotter

Man downs can of beer but says he won’t pay for it

Depew Monday, Oct. 20 • A loose floorboard was discovered by a couple in their bedroom closet as they were cleaning it. More...

Obituaries

Richard F. Rudnik, Navy veteran

Richard F. Rudnik, 87, of Depew, died Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014. Mr. Rudnik was born in Depew. He served as a gunner in the U.S. Navy during World War II and was a member of The Fraternal Order of Eagles. More...

Lifestyles

Halloween spirits

lie just off tourist path

Rustling leaves, the wind through the trees and a cloudy night sky can send a chill through even the skeptics this time of year. Ghosts and fright fill our minds, and it’s not hard to imagine hauntings everywhere. More...

Meat raffle to be sponsored by dispatchers

A meat raffle will be sponsored by the Lancaster Police/Fire dispatchers with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, at the Twin District Fire Hall, 4999 William St., Lancaster. More...

Library News

Story Times Lapsit Story Time Session I for 3- to 23-month-olds with a parent or a caregiver is being held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays through Nov. 4. More...

Business

Aunt Robin’s Diner offers the taste and feel of home

At Aunt Robin’s Diner, 3580 Walden Ave., whether patrons come with friends, family or on their own, the staff is dedicated to making everyone feel right at home. More...

Morning exchanges, Night on the Greens, slated by LACC

Aunt Robin’s Diner, located at 3580 Walden Ave., Lancaster, will be the meeting place for members of the Lancaster Area Chamber of Commerce for its morning Business Exchange meetings throughout the months of November and December. More...

Instrument repair technicians gather in Lancaster

On Saturday, 22 musical instrument repair technicians gathered at Lancaster High School to learn advanced repair techniques from experts Jeff Smith and John Symer. More...

Elections to include town justice, vacant Assembly seat

Residents of Lancaster and Depew will decide on Tuesday, Nov. 4, who sits on the bench as Lancaster town justice. Two individuals will be competing for the four-year term. Incumbent Nicholas L. LoCicero is being challenged by Jeremy A. Colby. More...

Village settles on CDBG projects

The Village of Depew has settled on which projects it hopes to fund through Erie County Community Development Block Grants, making the announcement during the Monday night meeting of the Village Board. More...

Editorial

Safety essential for a happy Halloween

Bee Editorial

With Halloween on a Friday this year, many fans of the holiday will be able to enjoy festivities throughout the weekend without concern for work or school duties. More...

Spindle items

• SPOOKY SNAPSHOTS — On Halloween, neighborhoods will be filled with children dressed in fantastic costumes — many of which parents spent a great deal of time on — complete with big smiles because, honestly, who isn’t hap More...

Out of the Past

125 Years AgoOct. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.As a resident of the Village and the Town of Lancaster, I’d like to know why disposal costs are increasing. More...

Sports

Lancaster’s playoff run ends in double OT

If it was not for a couple of set plays, the Lancaster boys soccer team could very well be in the Class AA finals this weekend. On Monday, Lancaster lost 2-1 in double overtime against top seeded Niagara Wheatfield in the AA semifinals. More...

Cheektowaga has Depew’s number, ends Wildcats season

The only team Depew couldn’t beat this season was the Cheektowaga Warriors. Back on Oct. 3, Depew lost to Cheektowaga 28-21, but had a chance to take the lead on a fourth down pass into the endzone at the end of the game. More...

Kilijanski's Corner

As a volleyball guy, I was excited to watch the Lancaster girls volleyball team kick off the Class AA playoffs on Tuesday at home (see page 13). More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Parenting classes available at Youth Bureau More...

Entertainment

Halloween

thurs. 30 Mall-o-ween — Families are encouraged to come in costume for trick-or-treating throughout the mall, 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. More...

Special Events

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Family Activities

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