Weekly Feature



September 20, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

High school construction wraps; new project takes next step

A tour of Lancaster High School, led by Principal Cesar Marchioli during the Board of Education meeting on Monday, gave attendees a look at the recently completed modifications and additions, both inside and outside the building.  More...

Editorial

Raising awareness about childhood cancer

Bee Editorial

A lot of people know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with pink ribbons adorning everything as a way to honor those who have battled this disease.  More...

Spindle items

• BACK TO SCHOOL EVENTS — Annual pops concerts for Lancaster and Depew are coming up, with the Lancaster High School Symphonic Band performing at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, at the Richard Pascucci Memorial Band Shell, 200 Oxford Ave. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Sept. 21, 1893   • Nicholas Conners stole a whitewash brush belonging to Charles Gest from Mr. Fred Walter’s house on Newell Avenue last Friday morning. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.I was very disturbed to read about the coin dealer in Lancaster. That coin belongs to me. I went to him because he is a very honest guy, and he knew my family had left it to me. He said he would send it away to see how much it’s worth. More...

Lifestyles

History comes to life through MARBLE ORCHARD GHOST WALKS

hosts of Lewiston’s historic past will emerge from the shadows as the Marble Orchard Ghost Walks return this weekend.  Every Saturday through the end of October, a cast of eight actors and actresses, known as the Marble Orchard Players, wi More...

Central Hose Polish dinner planned

Depew’s Central Hose No. 4 will hold its annual Polish dinner and basket raffle from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Northside Fire Station, 112 Brewster St., Depew. More...

Friends of Reinstein Woods Events

The following events are scheduled at the Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve, 93 Honorine Drive, More...

Entertainment

Live Local in WNY

thurs. 20 Blues Daddios — Part of the Bikes & Blues Night, 6 p.m., Anchor Bar, 4300 Maple Road, Amherst. 833-9464 More...

Concerts

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Theatre

fri. 21-sat. 29 More...

Breaking News - 3:46 PM

Utility work continues at intersection of Broadway and Transit Road

Utility work will be continuing on Broadway at the intersection of Transit Road in Depew, according to the state Department of Transportation.  At 6 a.m. Saturday, Sept. More...

PM Peppermint slapped with court action, failing to follow town conditions

PM Peppermint, a mining and topsoil shredding business at 31 Peppermint Road, has been found by the Town of Lancaster’s code enforcement officer to be in violation of conditions within a consent order with the town.  More...

Town justice candidates gear up for general election

Incumbent Jeremy A. Colby will face newcomer Jessica A. More...

Local News

New finance center opens at St. Mary’s High School

St. Mary’s High School has opened the Peter P. Kamsyz ’46 Finance Center, district staff said.  To see St. Mary’s newest addition, visit the school’s open house for prospective students from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. More...

Lancaster architect charged with time abuse at UB

James Spratz, 53, of Lancaster, a licensed architect, has been arrested and charged with offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree, five counts, and grand larceny in the third degree, all felonies, according to the office of John Fly More...

Bruso aims to address services for victims of child abuse

As part of his mission of focusing on the efforts of community organizations throughout Western New York, Erie County Legislator John Bruso, chairman of the legislature’s Health and Human Service Committee, invited Rebecca Stevens, director of More...

Sports

Lady Lancers soccer team riding four-game win streak

The St. Mary’s girls soccer team is riding a four-game win streak into the heart of the schedule. The Lady Lancers started the season with two straight losses before getting hot on offense, scoring 26 goals over the course of four games. More...

Legends persevere over Spartans in section final rematch

Lancaster’s football team was definitely not at full strength heading into its road game at Williamsville North on Friday.  Throughout the week, 25 players either missed practice or went home early due to flu-like symptoms. More...

Lancaster boys soccer team starts 6-3

It’s been an up-and-down start for the Lancaster boys soccer team. More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

St. Mary’s slates Fall Fest on the Hill More...

Business

Buffalo in running for 2019 “America Walks” summit

A national organization that has a 20-year history of promoting walking throughout the United States has Buffalo as one of the leading contenders to host their international summit in 2019. More...

Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation announces STEM 2035 cohort

The Ralph C. Wilson Jr. More...

Dunn Tire to hold career fair Sept. 26

Dunn Tire is looking to add to its local workforce.  The company will hold a job and career fair from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. More...