Weekly Feature



February 3, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Nursery school run by three generations of women

For decades, Clarence families have relied on the Clarence Cooperative Nursery School, located inside Clarence Presbyterian Church on Main Street, for their children’s early education needs. More...

Local News

Clarence grad set to play Mardi Gras

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW More...

State Budget Event

STATE BUDGET EVENT — Vincent Bradley, chairman of the New York State Liquor Authority, presents Gov. More...

Men apprehended following Wal-Mart theft

Two Buffalo men are facing theft charges after they allegedly stole various items from Wal-Mart in Clarence. More...

Police Blotter

‘Suspicious’ man in car just checking his GPS •

Saturday, Jan. 23 A resident of Stage Road reported that he heard gunshots. A neighbor was target shooting. No laws were being violated. A burglar alarm was reported on Curry Lane. Patrol found an open door when they were checking the residence. More...

Sports

Backyard Classic tournament set for Feb. 26-28

The annual Tim Hortons Backyard Classic returns later this month with three days of ice hockey scheduled to be played on four rinks in the backyard of the Angry Buffalo at The Rose Garden. (See editorial on page four) More...

Bee Weddings & Engagements

Florida couple celebrate 50 years

Linda and Jackson Dorr celebrated 50 years of marriage with a family gathering at their residence in Viera, Florida. Jackson Dorr of Sacramento, California, married Linda Zillig of Clarence on Jan. More...

Publish sports scores in The Bee

Anyone wishing to have their teams’ sports results published in The Bee can do so by filling out forms at www.beenews.com/sports-form, or by e-mailing them directly to sports reporter Jason Nadolinski at jnadolinski@beenews.com. More...

What's Going On

Clarence Public Library Calendar of Activities

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Fish fry planned at Our Lady of Peace

The Our Lady of Peace Holy Name Society will host its annual Lenten Fish Fry from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 11 in the church’s parish center located at 10950 Main St. More...

What's Going On

Long-term-care policy workshop planned 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...

Tutoring method offers head start for early learners

As high stakes testing and the ever polarized Common Core implementation continue to be the source of ire amongst school districts across the country, Chelsea Chen of the Kumon Math and Reading Center in Clarence believes she has a method that has pr More...

EVENTS

Sales, marketing execs schedule networking party More...

Paul R. McCarthy Sr. dies; former town supervisor

Paul R. McCarthy Sr., a former Clarence town supervisor and member of the Clarence Fire Department for more than 40 years, died Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016. He was 73. “The fire department meant a lot to him,” said his son, Paul Jr. More...

Winterfest

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Seven-year-old twins, Norm, top photo left, and Theo Greene, with brother, Gordon, 9, of Clarence, check out ice sculpture carvings by Keith Fruehauf of Samuel’s Grande Manor during the Town of Clarence 2016 Winterfest held Sunday at Clarence More...

Editorials

Tournament’s success benefits youths, community

I n 2011, Nick Penberthy, then a senior at Williamsville North High School, told the Bee during an interview that he had no idea that what he initiated in 2009 in his backyard would become so popular. More...

Spindle items

PANCAKE BREAKFAST — The Clarence Lions Club will host its annual pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday in the cafeteria at Clarence High School, 9625 Main St. More...

What’s more important? Dem primary or fish fry prices?

What are the most serious issues facing Western New York residents as the new year transitions into its second month? More...

Obituaries

Death Notice

KRYSZAK, Ruth Ann (nee Feldman), of Clarence, died Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016. More...

Education

District anticipates funding for Universal Pre-K

The Clarence Central School District anticipates continued state funding for its 2016-17 Universal Prekindergarten Program. UPK classrooms are located in community-based early childhood programs throughout the district. More...

On the Campus

Thomas Roesch of Clarence has been named to the dean’s list at Miami University for the fall 2015 semester. More...

Lifestyles

Buffalo’s own Tom Toles

Portrait of an artist: When Tom Toles left The Buffalo News in 2002 to become the editorial cartoonist of The Washington Post, he faced the monumental task of filling the shoes of the man who preceded him. More...

The Perfect Gift to host shopping fundraiser

The Perfect Gift, 6000 Goodrich Road, will host a shopping party fundraiser to benefit the National Blood Clot Alliance in memory of Paul Englert Jr. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6. More...

Library provides respite from winter cabin fever

Did you know that the Clarence Library has one of the largest selections of classic movies? This selection features hundreds of choices from the silent era through the 1960s. More...


Clarence Special Events 2016
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