December 27, 2006 RSS feed / Local News

New York State to require board training

Beginning Jan. 1, New York State will implement training requirements for members of planning boards and zoning boards of appeal. (See editorial on page four) According to the publication More...

Holidays affect Bee deadlines

Deadlines for Bee Newspapers will be moved up the next two weeks because of the observance of Christmas and New Year More...

SABAH, Amherst Youth Hockey hold Skate-A-Thon

Local athletes from two ice skating organizations recently participated in a Skate-A-Thon to boost enthusiasm and funding for their groups. More...

Masterworks a la Carte presents Mozart's Requiem

A winter Masterworks a la Carte will take place at Deerhurst Presbyterian Church, 257 Deerhurst Park Blvd., at Colvin Boulevard in Kenmore beginning Saturday, Jan, 20. More...

Kadimah School honors students of the month

Benjamin Berger, Anna Pressman, Lewis Lenard, Daniel Dorfman, Emmanuella Kesaieva and Deanna Traub were nominated by their teachers and honored during Kadimah School of Buffalo More...

Tips for installing natural gas generators

As natural gas generators have become an item of interest in Western New York following the October snowstorm and power outage, National Fuel offers information and advise to those contemplating such a purchase. More...

Community News

New York State Assemblyman Jim Hayes, R-Amherst, has announced two local theatres have been awarded grants from the New York State Council on the Arts. More...

Community News

Thomas Melendy of Getzville, Ph.D., associate professor of microbiology and immunology at the University at Buffalo was elected fellow of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science, the world More...

Towns flush sewer problems

Clarence approves $400,000 sewer bill payment to Amherst

After months of Scrooge-like behavior, the towns of Clarence and Amherst have finally flushed their discrepancies over the town More...

Town applies for bait and shoot permits

The Town of Amherst is seeking permits from the Department of Environmental Conservation to continue to bait and shoot for deer. The town will also continue the Deer Vehicle Accident Management Plan due to the the number of collisions reported. More...

Corrections

The Dec. 20 edition of the Amherst Bee incorrectly stated the date of the next Amherst Town Board meeting. The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2 in town hall, 5833 Main St. The Dec. More...

School nurses are dealing with problems never addressed before

Sara Wojcik, RN, and nurse in the Amherst School District said she is speaking on behalf of school nurses in the communities to share an updated picture of what school nursing involves. More...

Snyder Fire Department installs 2007 officers, board members

Firematic and administrative officers of the Snyder Fire Department were installed on Dec. 16 at a dinner held in the fire headquarters. More...

FOOD DRIVE

Food Drive Coordinator Patrick Galvin, left to right, Amherst Highway Superintendent Robert Anderson, Amherst Highway Employee Association President Chris O More...

Brothers receive St. Joe’s honor

St. Joseph More...

WORTH A LOOK

A house on Wehrle Drive is brightly lit up in the night sky just a few days before the Christmas holiday. In addition to lights on the trees and house, scenes with animals are depicted on the lawn. More...

Organization names officers

The Eggertsville Community Organization has named its elected officers for 2007. Aaron Stanley, a licensed real estate agent with Hunt Reality, has been named president. More...

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