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August 24, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Quinn to retire from ECC following 2017 commencement

Erie Community College President Jack Quinn Jr. More...

Rath announces free rabies clinic at ECC North

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath encourages pet owners to attend the county’s upcoming free rabies clinic for dogs, cats, and ferrets, especially as the county is facing an outbreak. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Aug. 27, 1891 It is reported that a man living near Angelica has applied for a pension on the grounds that he lost his voice reading war news to farmers who used to meet at night in the village grocery. More...

News Brief

Beginning on Aug. 18, rabies vaccine baits are being distributed over rural areas by five fixed-wing aircraft and in suburban and open areas of the city of Buffalo by two helicopters. More...

Senior News

The Clarence Senior Center is located at 4600 Thompson Road. Contact the center at 633-5138 to sign up for activities. More...

Clarence resident a Girl Scout Woman of Distinction

Beth Ann Bivona, co-chair of Barclay Damon’s bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice area, will be honored by the Girl Scouts of Western New York as one of nine Women of Distinction for 2016. More...

Clarence Hollow Bistro gets approval for retaining wall

For both the ownership of the Clarence Hollow Bistro as well as for the residents of the surrounding neighborhood, the wait for the installation of the Bistro’s retaining wall is finally over. The Town Board, at its Aug. More...

Cooling Off

Colette Waldvoger, 9, left, and her sister Kate, 12, of Clarence, cool off in the Clarence Town Pool in order to beat the heat. More...

Bills usher in ‘New Era’ with stadium name change

Starting this season, Western New Yorkers will have to kick the habit of referring to the Buffalo Bills’ home as “The Ralph” and embrace a different name, New Era Field. More...

Ranzenhofer gets $10,000 for Clarence Public Library

State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer recently announced $10,000 in state funding for the Clarence Public Library. The funding will be used for children’s programming, updating technology and general improvements. More...


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