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February 15, 2012 RSS feed / Editorial

Prevention is key to elimination of online crimes

Bee Editorial

Several days ago, a student at Sweet Home Middle School became the victim of an apparent hacking of a social networking page. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Feb. 17, 1887 Mr. Nic. Human of Getzville was quite seriously hurt by being thrown from a load of wood, and landing against a fence. More...

State Assembly must pass ‘all crimes’ DNA bill; it’s urgent

On the last day in the month of January, the state Senate passed legislation, by a resounding vote of 49 to 10, to expand New York’s DNA database to require the collection of DNA samples from all crimes upon conviction. More...

Spindle items

• HAPPY ANNIVERSARY — One of the pleasures I have had working at The Amherst Bee is that I have met many wonderful people in the past several years. More...

The Queen City could learn a lot from the Motor City

There are a multitude of comparisons one can make between Buffalo (“the Queen City of the Great Lakes”) and Detroit (the “Motor City”) in these modern times of a weakened economy and the depressing spinoffs it creates. More...

Corrections

In the business section on page 34 of the Feb. 8 edition of The Amherst Bee, Althea Luerhsen said she was interested in building strategic alliances with other organizations in Western New York, such as the Buffalo Niagara Partnership. More...