October 15, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Reflections on 25th anniversary of deputy shooting death

Many people from Clarence will never forget Oct. 20, 1989. More...

Local News

Book sale returns to library next week

The Friends of the Clarence Public Library will be bringing back the group’s semiannual book sale Wednesday, Oct. 22, and continuing through Saturday, Oct. 25. More...

Parents seek crossing guards for Transit Middle

A group of parents and students in the Williamsville Central School District are seeking to have crossing guards stationed on Transit Road in front of Transit Middle School to assist students in crossing the five-lane road before and after classes. More...

Buffalo Bills enter Pegula era

Friday marked a historic day for the Buffalo Bills, as Terry and Kim Pegula were introduced as only the second owners in franchise history. The formal introduction took place at the ADPRO Sports Training Center at One Bills Drive. More...

Police Blotter

Man hanging out at friend’s reported missing by wife

Saturday, Oct. 4 • Deputies responded to a report of a party on Galbraith Road where people younger than the age of 21 were consuming alcohol. Eleven teens were issued appearance tickets for underage consumption of alcohol. More...

Sports

JV boys soccer team wins four of last five

Clarence’s boys junior varsity soccer team recently took on a host of league foes and came away from the contests with a 4-1 record to improve to 8-2 on the season. More...

Girls swimming douses Flames, keeps win streak alive

Clarence’s girls swimming team survived its second challenge to its five-year long ECIC dual meet winning streak October 3 when the Lady Red Devils — who were without one of their top swimmers — rallied to defeat Williamsville East, More...

Youth hoops registration continues

Clarence Youth Basketball is currently holding registration for its upcoming 2014-15 season. The coed league has an NCAA division for players in grades 4-6 and the NBA division is for grades 7-9. More...

Entertainment

Theatre

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Concerts

fri. 17 Blues-infused rock and soul can be heard mid-month when Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes take the stage at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17, at the Bear’s Den Showroom, 310 Fourth St., Niagara Falls, N.Y.; $. More...

Performance

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Spaulding Green changes get OK’d; industrial park criticized

An amended concept plan to the Spaulding Green subdivision was approved during the Town Board meeting Oct. 8 despite the fact that residents of the neighboring Green Valley subdivision have spent months trying to stop it. More...

Haunted house reopens to raise funds for Children’s Hospital

Late October is a time when many in Clarence relish in festivities that revolve around ghosts and ghouls in the weeks leading up to Halloween. More...

Editorials

Education can help fight breast cancer

Bee Editorial

Cancer is a word most of us will come face to face with at some point in our lifetimes whether it’s directly or through the diagnosis of someone we love. More...

Spindle items

• SPOOKY SENTIMENT — In speaking with “Scary” Gary Server this week about his upcoming, “family-frightful” fundraiser for Children’s Hospital, it made me nostalgic about when I was younger and would go see my More...

Out of the Past

125 Years AgoOct. 17, 1889 More...

Letters to the Editor

Town clerk, staff worthy of pay

To the individual who called the Bee Heard line about the town clerk and staff, this person is obviously a disgruntled taxpayer. To hide behind your comments like this is the easy way out to vent your frustration. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.In response to the comment regarding the town clerk’s office, I am also a resident who goes in to pay my taxes. More...

Lifestyles

Pumpkin patches provide fall fun

Pumpkins are plentiful this time of year, but if you want that special carving or design, here are a couple of places to find them, along with a plethora of other seasonal activities. The Great Pumpkin Farm, at 11199 Main St. More...

Vegetable exchange scheduled for Oct. 18

Roots of the Montessori, 8970 Main St., will host its third annual vegetable exchange from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18. Community members are encouraged to bring their surplus of garden vegetables to the exchange. More...

HONOREES

Christ the King Seminary hosted the Curé of Ars awards dinner on Thursday, Oct. 2. This year’s Curé of Ars honorees were the Rev. Robert M. Yetter, pastor of St. More...

Business

Farmers market grateful for support

This column is produced by the Clarence Hollow Farmers Market. As our season winds down, we’d like to thank all of those who have helped to make the Clarence Hollow Farmers Market’s 12th season a huge success. More...

Business Blender, mini expo planned for next week

The Clarence Chamber of Commerce has multiple events planned during the next few weeks, beginning with an After Hours Business Blender from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, at the Cornerstone Bar & Grill, 10651 Main St. More...

Stable electricity prices forecasted for National Grid customers

Although the fall season is just under way across upstate New York, many already are looking to forecasts for the coming winter. More...