March 25, 2015 RSS feed / Editorials

Is avoiding meat on Friday a sacrifice in modern times?

Growing up in a Catholic family at a time when the priest still had his back to the congregation during Mass meant that we never had meat on any Friday, a practice that now pertains only to the 40 days of Lent. More...

‘Clarence Cares’ event inspires students

Clarence Middle School teachers Jessica Hulschoff and George Gallagher, along with some highly motivated middle school students, organized the first-ever Clarence Cares Day that took place Feb. 27. Mr. More...

Art class a reflection of the community

Bee Editorial

The Sisters of St. Joseph was organized in 17th-century France, originally to nurse the sick, assist the poor, shelter the abandoned and care for orphans. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago March 27, 1890 Mr. and Mrs. Chas. V. Meahl attended the commencement exercises of the medical department of the University of Buffalo on Tuesday evening last. Mr. Chas. S. Meahl is one of the graduates. Good luck to you, Charley. More...

Main Street renovation project exciting news for Clarence

The Town of Clarence Industrial Development Agency, in coordination with the Clarence Hollow Redevelopment Committee, is about to undertake an economic and structural review of Main Street from Transit to Davidson roads to see how business conditions More...