Weekly Feature

October 3, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Lancaster Academy celebrates students, supporters

The Lancaster Academy of Finance held its second annual Academy Awards on Wednesday evening at the Lancaster Opera House.  The event honors students and their mentors, as well as members of the community who help support the academy, for their e More...

Editorial

Athletics serve up abundance of life lessons

Bee Editorial

Athletics can be an important part of any child’s youth or adolescence, whether that child is physically or mentally disabled or not. More...

Spindle items

• HONORABLE ALUMNI — The Lancaster School District never comes up short when it comes to Redskin pride. The Lancaster Educational and Alumni Foundation is now accepting applications to honor noteworthy Lancaster High School graduates. More...

Out of the Past

Cayugan Crew

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

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.How many coats of paint is it going to take at the new Lancaster Police Station to hide the lousy workmanship? I thought brick was a final product you didn’t have to maintain. Someone is not watching the job very well.  More...

Lifestyles

A kind word, a third voice:

extracurriculars work to spread positivity

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and many schools have anti-bullying policies in their handbooks. However, some schools also provide extracurricular groups that work toward spreading a friendly, safe atmosphere for students.  More...

Meat raffle to be held at Polish Falcons Hall

A meat raffle will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Polish Falcons Hall, 445 Columbia Ave. Admission is $5 and includes beer, wine, soft drinks, snacks and door prizes. Pizza will be available for purchase. More...

Senior News

All events (except where indicated) are held at the Town of Lancaster Senior Citizens Center, 100 Oxford Ave. To use the center, Lancaster residents need to have photo identification. For more information, call 685-3498. More...

Business

Free service to be offered at grand re-opening

Lancaster Chiropractic is celebrating its grand re-opening by offering one of its five forms of therapy free of charge.  According to Dr. More...

Sitting pretty, grooming business celebrates 15 years

Canine and Company is celebrating 15 years in business with special events throughout the week of Oct. More...

Harvest festival celebrates end of market season

The Alden Farmer’s Market will soon close its 11th season.  On Saturday, Oct. 5, a harvest festival will be held with activities available including a costume parade and live music to mark the end of the season.  More...

Footwork

Lancaster’s Annaliese Ziemann keeps the ball away from Amherst’s Angelina Simon at midfield during the Lady Redskins’ 2-0 non-league road win Tuesday. More...

Taxes may drop for Lancaster residents

Lancaster Town Supervisor Dino Fudoli has released a tentative 2014 budget and he says some residents may be seeing a tax decrease in the coming year.  More...

Local News

Lunch monitor saves choking student

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

At the beginning of September, during the first full week of school, Bonnie Murtha started her new job as a lunch monitor at Maryvale Primary School — and her first day was more eventful than most peoples’.  More...

Candidates forum scheduled at Southeast Works in Depew

Candidates for Congress, State Senate, Assembly and County Legislature have all accepted invitations to be a part of the 18th annual Candidates Hour at Southeast Works, 181 Lincoln St., Depew.  More...

Craft show to feature variety of vendors

More than 45 crafters will be on hand at “The Big Red Church Craft Show.”  The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. `Saturday, Oct. 12, at Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta Parish, St. More...

Letters to the Editor

Aquino unfit to serve

In response to the Lancaster Bee’s article last week on Mark Aquino’s censorship, I was surprised at how lightly the article took the fact that Mark Aquino was censured.  More...

Police Blotter

Woman fails to open mail, is taken to jail

Depew   Tuesday, Sept. 24  • A Georgia man was speeding on Transit Road and made a lane change without signaling. He had a warrant out of Buffalo for parole violations and a suspended license.  Wednesday, Sept. 25  More...

Sports

Alden football dominates Depew, 28-7

The Alden football team has had Depew’s number over the past six years, and the trend continued Friday.  The Bulldogs played like the three-time Section VI Class B champions, getting tremendous play on both sides of the ball, to hand the W More...

Jamestown scores 58 points in first half against Lancaster

The Lancaster football team ran into a buzz saw Friday night in Jamestown.  The Redskins’ defense, which allowed seven points in their first three games, allowed 58 points in the first half of their 58-20 loss against Jamestown.  More...

Lancaster, East Aurora field hockey play to scoreless tie

The Lancaster and East Aurora field hockey teams played to a scoreless tie Monday.  The game went to a shootout, and both teams scored twice to keep the game tied.  Erin Sciortino and McKenzie Kuehlewind scored for Lancaster in the shootout More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

St. Mary of the Assumption to present DVD series   More...