Weekly Feature



September 15, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Legislators tackle residents’ questions

The Erie County budget will be difficult this year because each department has been asked to reduce by 20 percent, said Kathy Konst, Erie County commissioner of environment and planning. More...

Editorials

UB must continue to be a model for the next generation

As a graduate of the State University of New York at Albany and SUNY Buffalo Law School, and now as a State Senator, I understand the positive impact UB has in our region and how critically important UB 2020 is to our community. More...

The budget process begins

The long lazy days of summer are almost at an end, school is starting and soon the weather will turn cooler. The Erie County Legislature has been on summer break and we will be returning to a very full schedule in September. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

(Editor’s note: Call The Bee at 632-0390 and record a one-minute comment on our Bee Heard line. It gives readers an opportunity to comment quickly and candidly on items of local or regional interest. More...

Obituaries

Teresa E. Roth, retired dairy farmer, golf course owner

Teresa E. Roth, 83, formerly of Akron, died Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010, in Cape Coral, Fla.   Mrs. Roth was born March 11, 1927, in Wales Center, N.Y., where she was raised on a dairy farm. More...

Howard E. Amy Jr., World War II veteran

Howard E. Amy Jr., 89, of the City of Tonawanda, died Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010, in the Buffalo VA Medical Center.   Mr. Amy was born July 1, 1921, in Detroit.   During World War II, Mr. Amy served in the South Pacific. More...

Sports

Football team announces return with win over OP

‘Killer bees’ post first win over Quakers since 2000 to keep share of league lead

During halftime of Saturday’s 37-28 victory over Orchard Park, Clarence football coach Tom Goddard reached into the past to recall a speech he gave his players in 1998 — the last time the Red Devils were truly on the cusp of being someth More...

Sports brief

Registration is open to any boy in grades 4 to 12 interested in playing Buffalo Lacrosse Academy’s fall lacrosse.   Fall ball is five weeks beginning Sept. 19 at Nichols High School turf fields located at 1250 Amherst St., Buffalo. More...

WHO’S READY FOR FOOTBALL?

— Clarence Bulldog Freshman Silver 100-pound team members Jack Brandon, left, and Jonathan White prepare for their game against the Freshman Maroon 100-pound team during the second annual Bulldo More...

Business

BPO plans benefit concert for Food Bank

The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra will present a benefit concert for the Food Bank of Western New York at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, at Kleinhans Music Hall, 1 Symphony Circle, Buffalo. More...

Business News

Frank L. Ciminelli, former Clarence resident and chairman of the board of Ciminelli Development Company Inc., will be honored by Hope for Tomorrow Foundation at a charity benefit dinner at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept.  More...

Businessman elected to Hall of Fame

Michael Lin of Clarence, president of Sonic Blinds Inc. of Amherst, was inducted into the Exciting Windows! Hall of Fame at its recent annual conference in Baltimore.   More...

Rock Oak expansion, planning changes scrutinized by Town Board

An expansion to the Rock Oak Estates of a manufactured housing park plus commercial and high density residential uses at 10065 Main Street was introduced to the Clarence Town Board on Sept. 8. More...

Screening of ‘Remembering 3407’ planned for Sept. 30

“Remembering 3407” will premiere on Thursday, Sept. 30, at Clarence Middle School, 10150 Greiner Road. More...

Local News

Our Town: Clarence celebrates community pride

Town residents and the larger Western New York/Southern Ontario community will have the opportunity to learn more about Clarence — from its prehistory to its cemeteries, parks, hamlets and key figures of the past. More...

Underage drinking detail leads to arrests

The New York State Police in Clarence arrested the following individuals during an underage drinking detail on Sept. 6.   More...

Flight 3407 families want more from FAA pilot fatigue proposal

The Federal Aviation Administration has begun the process of implementing changes in rules for commercial pilots that have been championed by the Families of Continental Flight 3407, but several group members feel the plan does not go far enough. More...

Letters to the Editor

Bee Editorial

Have your say on who should handle land use

If you attend the Clarence Town Board meetings with any regularity or read The Clarence Bee articles covering what is discussed, you’ll know that land use issues make up a large percentage of the agenda. More...

Spindle items

• SUBMIS - SIONS SOUGHT — Submissions for a second edition of “The Empty Chair: Love and Loss in the Wake of Flight 3407,”co-edited by Gunilla Theander Kester and Gary Earl Ross (Buffalo: The Writer’s Den, 2010) are n More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago   Sept. 17, 1885   On Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shrader, former residents of Clarence, came from Genesee County, Michigan, where they now reside, on a visit to Mr. Shrader’s brother and other friends. More...

Education

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

Football: def. Orchard Park 37-28 Boys soccer: def. Williamsville North 2-1, def. Orchard Park 2-1 Girls soccer: lost to Williamsville North 2-1 (2OT), lost to Orchard Park 3-0 Boys volleyball: def. More...

On the Campus

The following students recently received degrees from Binghamton University: Rachel Goldstein of Clarence Center received a Bachelor of Science degree in anthropology; Shana Bartkowski of East Amherst received a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathe More...

Lifestyles

Family Promise of WNY ®

Churches again hosting homeless families

Every night, there are more than 2,000 people without homes in the Western New York area — not including the hundreds believed to be squatting and living in the streets, according to William O’Connell, executive director of the Homeless More...

Girl Scouts holding open enrollment

Clarence Girl Scouts is holding an open enrollment event for parents and girls at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20 at the Clarence Town Park Clubhouse, 10405 Main St. There is a $12 registration fee. More...

Town of Clarence Youth Bureau

Dawn Kinney - Executive Director, Jessica Notarius - Youth Activities Leader, Clifford Trapper - Recreation Department Director 10510 Main Street, Clarence Hollow, Clarence, NY 14031 Phone: 407-2162 * Fax: 741-8257 Email: dkinney@clarence.ny. More...

Entertainment

Film/Video

thurs. 16  Into the Arms of Stangers — Cinema Club presentation and discussion of Mark Jonathan Harris’ Osc ar award-winning documentary narrated by Dame Judi Dench. More...

Concerts

thurs. 16 After nearly 35 years away, multitalented jazz musician Henry Grimes returned to the music scene in 2003. Taking his act on the road, he will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. More...

Live Local in WNY

thurs. 16  Steve Woolsey — 7:30 p.m., Pairings Wine Bar, 5893 Main More...


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