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August 9, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

Village primed for business district change

Bee Editorial

The heart of Lancaster will likely look quite different five years from now, thanks to a plan in the works to completely overhaul the central business district in the village.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Aug. 10, 1893   • Chautauqua County grape growers claim that the crop promises to be the largest in the history of the country.  More...

Many important events lie ahead in fall

We are approaching the end of another wonderful summer in Western New York. The new school year is a chance for fresh beginnings and to take stock of the challenges that lie ahead. More...

Exploring ways to provide more services for seniors

The employees of the Erie County Department of Senior Services work daily to promote the well-being of all older adults through coordinated and cost-effective services that enhance their independence, dignity and quality of life. More...

Spindle items

• THE BIG DAY — After nearly a year of planning, weekend trips devoted to everything from dresses to chalk table numbers, Donovan and I are joining the many other couples who have made that leap into married life. More...

‘You Can’t Put That in the Paper’

It is a little project that I should have started sooner. As a journalist with access to more than 125 years of community newspapers, a trip down memory lane sometimes involves some eyesores. More...

Corrections

The National Parkinson Foundation’s Moving Up Day event is Saturday, Sept. 22. Two separate ads, published in the Bee’s Health section in June and Life After 50 in July, had the incorrect date. More...