Weekly Feature



November 10, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Respect

Lancaster’s Noah Speyer lets the American flag fly over his shoulder during the singing of the national anthem prior to the Legends’ 27-7 victory over Orchard Park in Saturday’s Fed More...

Editorial

This Veterans Day, listen, learn and reflect

Bee Editorial

For those of us who haven’t served, it’s difficult to imagine what war is like, giving your life for a cause greater than yourself. More...

Spindle items

• VETS — Russell J. Salvatore will host a Veterans Day celebration from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at the Patriots and Heroes Park, 6675 Transit Road, Lancaster, in front of Salvatore’s Restaurant and Hotel.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago  Nov. More...

Sports

Legends win Class AA Sectional Championship over Orchard Park

When it came down to it, the Lancaster Legends didn’t have anything to worry about at all. Sure, it had been 17 years since the school had won a sectional football championship. More...

Lady Legends fall in volleyball championship

The Lancaster girls volleyball team did not give up without a fight. The Lady Legends dropped a three-set match against Clarence in the Section VI Class AA Championship Friday at Sweet Home High School. More...

Lancaster swimmers finish fourth at sectionals

One year can make quite a difference. In 2015, the Lancaster girls’ swim team finished a respectable 12th at Section VI Championships. This year, the team finished fourth. More...

Business

Are you ready to request a business loan?

Today, more and more individuals have visions of achieving success by opening their own business. I have met several of these individuals throughout my career, and many are unaware of what must be done to get their business up and running. More...

Airport Driving Range preps for year-round golf with new upgrades to facility

Dan Lucas has been at Airport Driving Range a long time. “When we started, it was underwater. More...

Local insurance agent receives award

Lancaster Allstate agency owner Charlie Snyder received two Agency Helping Hands in the Community Awards for his commitment to helping others.  These awards earned Kettlebells for a Cure and the Tri-Community Food Pantry, where Snyder volunteers More...

Wallace poised for victory in Assembly race

Election 2016

Voters took to the polls throughout the county Tuesday, and with unofficial results in, Democrats appear to have scored victories in several key local races.  Democrat Monica P. Wallace bested Republican and Lancaster Village Trustee Russell W. More...

2017 budget is finalized, with minor adjustments

The Lancaster Town Board adopted its final 2017 budget of $32.3 million at Monday night’s meeting, along with the 2017 Special Districts Budget and adjustments to compensation and benefits for nonunion full-time employees. More...

Local News

FAMILY SUPPORT

— Monica P. Wallace, elected on Tuesday to the 143rd District seat in the New York State Assembly, heads out to the polls at Lancaster High School. More...

CIVIC DUTY

— Russell W. Sugg, Lancaster Village trustee, votes at the Lancaster Opera House on Election Day. Sugg, who was seeking the New State Assembly seat in the 143rd District, lost to Monica P. More...

POST-ELECTION PARTY

— Those attending Western New York’s Republican post-election party enjoy drinks and appetizers at The Avant downtown as they anxiously await results. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Just a tip for residents, I taught my dog to poop in Como Park and it saves him from doing it in the yard and it’s keeping the rodents away.  More...

Lifestyles

Law firm gives girl with heart defects a bedroom makeover

With a little professional help and about $4,000, Amherst lawyer Rosanna Berardi and her law office are making Piper Francis’ dreams come true.  The 11-year-old Cheektowaga resident, who has several congenital heart defects such as pulmona More...

Historical Society presents holiday craft

The Lancaster Historical Society will host its holiday craft show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Historical Society Museum, 40 Clark St. in Lancaster.   More...

Library News

Story Times  • Lapsit Story Time for 3- to 23-month-olds with a parent or a caregiver is being held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays from Nov. 15 to Dec. 6.  More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Urban Post 7275 to host food drive Lt. Col. Matt Urban Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7275 is hosting its annual food drive, which started Oct. 14 and will continue for four weeks. Drop off nonperishable food items at 3741 Walden Ave., Lancaster. More...