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July 28, 2011 RSS feed / Editorial

Village’s intent is good, but approach is poor

Bee Editorial

Village of Depew trustees have a tough decision to make. They are considering restricting parking to one side of the street on several residential roadways, citing public safety concerns.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago July 29, 1886   The New York Central will shortly erect a new $50,000 depot on the site of the present Terrace station in Buffalo.  The Dodge Roller Mills, of Williamsville, were obliged to send three large loads of their cele More...

Albany’s year sees tax cap, on-time budget, ethics reform

PATRICK GALLIVAN

Last month, the Legislature concluded its business for 2011. More...

Daily reading builds strong students

JEFFREY RABEY

I t is my hope that summertime is proving to be not only a wonderful time to re-energize and reconnect with family and friends, but also an opportunity for learning to continue for our children, through reading.  More...

Spindle items

COLLEEN FARRELL

WRONG, BOSS — I’ve been fortunate enough to like everyone I’ve ever worked for, present company included. I love my boss. I love his wicked sense of humor. I like the culture he’s created here. I like that he hired me.  More...

Dug in and defiant, Boehner truly speaks for the House

DAVID F. SHERMAN

The stalemate surrounding the question of raising the nation’s debt ceiling has morphed into a stealth assessment of the Obama administration, and it comes at a very opportune time.  More...

Make summer fun and educational

EDWARD MYSZKA

Lancaster’s successes on the state and national level in music, athletics and academics are indicators of a job well done. More...