Weekly Feature

September 21, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Multiple resources can help area caregivers

Bee Editorial

During the next month, Erie County is hosting a series of classes for people who will take on the role of caregiver to family members in need.  More...

Spindle items

• ONLINE SAFETY —In the spring, Cheektowaga Councilwoman Alice Magierski and Cheektowaga Police Detective Michael Hockwater launched a series of internet and cyberspace safety awareness forums at Cheektowaga’s schools.  More...

Out of the Past

55 Years Ago Sept. 27, 1962   SAME FACES — Incumbent Edward J. More...

Obituaries

Death Notice

SOBCZAK, Theresa R. (nee Paluszynski), of Cheektowaga, died Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017. Mrs. Sobczak is survived by three children, David, Steven and Paul; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry. More...

Sports

Lady Flyers win Silver title at Sweet Home tournament

Maryvale volleyball

Maryvale’s girls volleyball team made the most of its appearance in the Silver Bracket of Sweet Home’s annual tournament on Saturday, bouncing back from a tough pool-play draw to take down Frontier, North Tonawanda and Chautauqua Lake en More...

Fourth-quarter rally pushes Eagle gridders to win

With a 10-yard touchdown run during the early stages of the fourth quarter that put it up by a 26-14 count, Section V’s U-Prep looked to be in command during its non-league visit to Cleveland Hill.  More...

Boys win championship at Central tournament

Maryvale volleyball

Maryvale’s boys volleyball team took down host Cheektowaga — a team the Flyers had beaten by a 3-1 count on Sept. More...

Business

Fowler’s introduces new sponge candy bar for National Sponge Candy Day

In celebration of the third annual National Sponge Candy Day, Fowler’s Chocolates will introduce a new variation of its famous sponge candy: a milk chocolate sponge candy bar, according to a press release.  More...

Curbell giving back to charitable organizations during 75th anniversary

Employees of Curbell Inc., the parent company of Curbell Plastics and Curbell Medical Products, participated in a series of charity walks designed to raise money for local nonprofit organizations in celebration of the company’s 75th year in bus More...

Events

Czarnecki named 2017 Executive of the Year   More...

Walk-a-thon provides support, hope for ‘mito’ families

Victoria Paluch’s parents, Steve and Marianne, still remember the little signs when she was younger.  More...

Youth and Rec director participates in Youth Bureau legislative event

Youth bureau representatives from around the region gathered with elected officials last week at Woodlawn Beach State Park to discuss local bureaus’ impacts on their communities and strengthen communication channels with Albany.  More...

Local News

Maryvale capital project comes into focus, turf field and all

Last month, it looked as if the Maryvale Board of Education would need to make difficult decisions regarding an upcoming capital project, but this week, after a presentation from Jerry Young, managing partner with Young and Wright Architectural, it a More...

News Briefs

The Cheektowaga Central Board of Education will hold their next meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the Pine Hill Education Center, 1635 East Delavan Ave.   More...

Cemetery headstone a mystery with few clues

Crews excavating around Rock Street in Williamsville recently made an unusual discovery: An 85-year-old cemetery headstone.  Work began on the northern stretch of the short, one-way street in July. More...

Police Blotter

Woman claims to find pile of ‘intestines and such’ on bike path

Monday, Sept. 11   • Police received a call that a juvenile was on the train tracks crawling under train cars on Broadway. More...

Education

Depew Scool District welcomes new staff, events

The Depew School Board introduced two new faces to district staff at Tuesday night’s meeting: Robert Skoczylas as the high school’s assistant principal and Christopher Oldin as physical education teacher for kindergarten through grade fiv More...

Lifestyles

Life of Roycroft founder on display in East Aurora

It’s been a mecca for artisans from across the globe – the birthplace of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Speaker to highlight brewing history   More...

What's Going On

Sisters of St. Joseph to hold Oktoberfest   More...

Entertainment

FRIENDS OF Reinstein WOODS EVENTS

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

Family Activities

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Special Events

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