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December 28, 2005 RSS feed / Local News

Korean War veteran awarded medals

Purple Heart, other medals finally given to East Amherst vet

More than 54 years after he was wounded with shrapnel and suffered frostbite from surviving in temperatures reaching 30 degrees below zero without adequate winter clothing, Howard Dranger finally was recognized for his sacrifices during the Korean Wa More...

Officers recognized for heroic actions, strong work ethics

Whether its being threatened with 10-inch butcher knives or working tirelessly to get the bad guy, it More...

Merry Christmas

Over the past couple of weeks, The Bee has received many, invitations to Christmas celebrations, events, plays and visits with Santa Claus. More...

Amherst Youth Board seeks nominations for several Service to Youth awards

The Amherst Youth Board is seeking nominations for its 33rd annual More...

‘Get Your Head in the Game’

Golf tournament planned for summer to benefit brain tumor foundation

Clarence native Chris Grundner had it all. A successful job as a senior vice president with business development at More...

Library Hours

Main Library at Audubon 350 J. J. Audubon Parkway More...

University professor receives grant for work on RNA

Once described as DNA More...

FUN 2B FIT More...

Research foundation awarded grant

The State University of New York at Buffalo More...

Mohan appoints Bucki as deputy supervisor

Come Jan. 1, two newcomers will lead the Town Board forward into what may be new governmental territory for some. More...

Images of Christmas 2005 More...

County library board OKs $25.6 million budget

The Buffalo and Erie County Public Library recently adopted at nearly $25.6 million operating budget for 2006. More...

Scamurra becomes certified senior advisor

Williamsville area seniors now have a new resource to help them age successfully. More...

LOCKS OF LOVE More...

Reynolds fights for local dairy farmers

Congressman Thomas M. Reynolds, R-Clarence, recently announced the U.S. House and Senate have passed legislation extending the Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) program for an additional two years. More...

LOOK WHAT WE MADE More...