November 24, 2010 RSS feed / Local News

Amherst High, Daemen unite to acclimate students to college courses

Daemen College and Amherst Central High School have formed an educational partnership focused on integrating students into college at an early age. More...

Report of Village Board meeting to be published Dec. 1

As a result of Amherst Bee press time being moved one day ahead due to Thanksgiving, a report of Monday’s Village of Williamsville Board meeting will be in the next edition, on Wednesday, Dec. 1. More...

SUV ABLAZE

SUV ABLAZE — Williamsville firefighters battled a vehicle fire Friday morning on Main Street just east of Cayuga. More...

Program to assist parents of children with special needs

The Williamsville Special Education Parent Teacher Student Association will hold “Parent Advocacy in Action” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2 in the board room at the Williamsville Central District Offices, 105 Casey Road, East Amherst. More...

Sweet Home principals review elementary schools’ scores

The four elementary-level principals in the Sweet Home Central School District presented the Board of Education with a lengthy, multimedia presentation Nov. 16 on their progress in the Comprehensive District Education Plan. More...

Center for the Arts receives grant from Alliance Foundation

The Center for the Arts at the University at Buffalo recently received a grant of $116,675 from the Roswell Park Alliance Foundation Quality of Life Committee. More...

SWEET TREATS

SWEET TREATS — Kristen Kelly puts the final touches on her gingerbread house while her father, Will, watches during a volunteer event to benefit Gilda’s Club Saturday at Dessert deli. More...

FESTIVAL

FESTIVAL — Greta Suneson helps her daughter, 3-year-old Charlotte, as they work together to create shaker bottle crafts during a Fall Festival on Nov. 13 at the Harlem Road Community Center. More...