Weekly Feature



September 20, 2018 RSS feed / Editorials

Raising awareness about childhood cancer

A lot of people know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with pink ribbons adorning everything as a way to honor those who have battled this disease. More...

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Sept. 23, 1993

Elma Town Supervisor John DiJoseph, in conjunction with County Executive Dennis Gorski, unveiled a new fire communications system for East Aurora, Elma and Marilla that will make for a clearer and farther reaching fire signal. More...

Funding for the Child Advocacy Center should be reinstated

I n the Erie County Legislature, we deal with countless requests for funding from a number of countywide organizations. In handling these requests, it’s important we remain judicious with where your tax dollars are going. More...

Bee Heard

.Come on, East Aurora, we have enough bars and breweries for nine towns, and we’ve got another hard cider bar coming. That doesn’t make sense at all when the thing we need is another grocery store. More...

Spindle items

VETERANS’ OUTREACH — Erie County Clerk Mickey Kearns is inviting county veterans to his next ‘Thank-A-Vet’ Discount Program outreach. More...

Bracing myself for a class reunion

Which is more surprising? That it has been 45 years since my high school graduation or that I have yet to attend any of my class reunions?  All of that will change this weekend.  More...

Correction

The name of Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home Inc./Curtin Funeral Home was misspelled in the Autumn section of The Bee published in the editions of Sept 12 and 13.   More...

County responds to seniors’ needs, sets hearings

Senior issues are once again in the spotlight in Erie County as the summer fades away to be replaced by the fall. More...