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February 10, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Local News

Deputies make stops after receiving tips

Clarence deputies levied drug and driving impaired charges in two separate incidents last week thanks to tips from the public. More...

Heritage Path, Town Court plans unveiled

¦ Spaulding Green looks to expand footprint

Heritage Path — a multifamily housing project located on the west side of Goodrich Road, south of the Peanut Line recreation trail — moved one step closer to construction during the Town Planning Board’s Feb. 3 meeting. More...

‘Party with a Purpose’ returning to club house

The Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation will host its second annual “Party with a Purpose” from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, March 4, at the Clarence Town Park Club House, 10405 Main St. More...

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Keep plaza traffic from neighborhood Joe Basil, owner of Wolter’s Plaza at 6429 Transit Road in Clarence, is asking to be allowed to put a driveway from the plaza to the entranceway of Farmington Woods, removing trees and part of the berm as w More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.If the Clarence Central School District expects to be able to control costs, then when New York State comes through with expected funding increases, why is the tax levy not decreased? More...

Education

Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart announces honor roll

The following students from Clarence have been named to the honor roll at Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart for the second quarter of the 2015-16 school year: Seniors Caitlin Conway, Isabella Falsone, Brianna McArthur and Grace Windshitl. More...

Photos available for purchase online

Do you like a sports photo that appears in this week’s edition, or in previous editions, and wish you had a copy of it for yourself? More...

Lifestyles

Long-term-care policy workshop planned

A workshop for family members of loved ones who have a long-term-care insurance policy and do not understand how to get the benefits from it will take place from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 19, at the Clarence Library, 3 Town Place. More...

‘Women Matter’

Domestic violence safe house founded on belief

Domestic violence safe house founded on belief I More...

Business

Your business is news

The Bee publishes news about local businesses and their employees. We also welcome news about hirings, promotions and individual honors. More...

Fox Creek assists Friends of Night People

Sue Marino-Dobmeier asked some of her residents at the Fox Creek Estates in East Amherst if they would be interested in donating some personal care items to an organization that assists the poor, homeless and destitute. More...

Events

Business startup classes begin at Medaille More...

Football numbers starting to drop in school district

A review of participation data for district athletics was presented to the Board of Education during its meeting on Monday night at Ledgeview Elementary. (See editorial on page four) More...

Clarence Citizens for Veterans to be honored

A Clarence nonprofit focused on supporting veterans, current military personnel and their families will be recognized for its work when the Clarence Chamber of Commerce bestows its 2016 Organization of the Year Award on Clarence Citizens for Veterans More...

Clarence’s Biegner takes on county fire chaplain role

A Clarence clergyman is beginning a new role within the area first responder community. More...

Editorials

Bee Editorial

Concussion worries present challenges to district

A s seen in the Clarence School District’s review of its athletics programs Monday night, fewer boys are participating in football. More...

Spindle items

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY — When I was in grade school, one of the best days of the year was Valentine’s Day. More...

Our mild winter may be linked to Punxsutawney Phil

A s I write this column, the sun is shining brightly through my office window and there is not one flake of snow visible on the sidewalk. Yet people in other northeastern communities aren’t so fortunate. More...

Police Blotter

Police Blotter

Retirement home resident subjected to IRS scam

Saturday, Jan. 30 A burglar alarm was reported at Mother Earth Hydroponics on Transit Road. Patrol checked the building. Everything appeared to be in order. Monday, Feb. 1 More...

Obituaries

John J. Helinski, retired IRS representative

John J. “Jack” Helinski, of Clarence, a retired IRS representative, died Friday, Jan. 29, 2016. He was 69. More...

Death Notices

ANGRISANO, Patricia E. (nee Cullen), died Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. More...

Sports

Strong shooting propels Lady Red Devil cagers to wins

Clarence’s girls basketball team showed off its offensive versatility in its pair of games last week, taking more of guard-oriented approach en route to knocking off both Cheektowaga and Lancaster. More...

Girls’ indoor track squad places second at Team Championships

Katrina Patterson won an individual event and helped one of Clarence’s girls indoor track team’s relays claim victory as well during the Lady Red Devils’ run to a second-place finish among large schools at Saturday’s annual Te More...

Rifle squad tops Lancaster, Alden

Clarence’s rifle team closed out its regular season victoriously by winning its last two matches on consecutive afternoons, the first of which — a 1,289 to 1,271 triumph over Lancaster on Wednesday — avenged an earlier loss. More...

Entertainment

Special Events

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Symphonic

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Walking Tours

thurs. 11 Como Lake Park - Hike or Snowshoe — This 4-mile walk is presented by the Foothills Trail Club, 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, meet at parking lot next to main lodge, enter off Como Park Boulevard. 903-9046 sat. 13 More...


Clarence Special Events 2016
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