Weekly Feature



October 13, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Legislature downsizing referendum on hold

Board of Elections to challenge State Supreme Court ruling

Following a recent State Supreme Court ruling, it appeared that voters would have the opportunity to decide in November whether or not the Erie County Legislature should downsize. More...

Editorials

Proposed budget unveiled with no tax increase

There is no responsibility I take more seriously as county executive than the careful stewardship of county finances. Protecting and wisely spending taxpayer dollars speaks to the core of my mission as county executive. More...

Anti-business policies threaten private-sector investment, job creation

Suppose the government told a leading Western New York manufacturer that if it wanted to merge with or sell its operations to another company, it would have to give almost half of its products, delivery trucks and buildings to New York State. More...

Memo to Cuomo, Paladino: Stop personal attacks, stick to issues

Enough is enough. 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...

Lifestyles

CLERGY COLUMN

Healing of souls needed today

A scripturally dominant ministry of Jesus is healing. The Gospel writers often use Semitic hyperbole in describing Jesus’ healings, employing demonic images. Nonetheless, Jesus heals. More...

CLARENCE PUBLIC LBRARY

CALENDAR of ACTIVITIES

Book Sale More...

Nativity teen concert to benefit St. Gianna Molla

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s parish youth group will be hosting a pro-life concert and event for teens from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23. It will be held in the school gymnasium and cafeteria at 8550 Main St., Clarence.   More...

Business

Free presentation planned at Brothers of Mercy

According to attorney Robert Friedman, the Medicaid eligibility requirements for long-term care have drastically changed. More...

BUSINESSES ON DISPLAY

BUSINESSES ON DISPLAY — Clarence Chamber of Commerce members Mary Gaskill, left, and Marsha Brauer, a member of the board of directors and CEO and manager of Clarence Community & Schools Federal More...

Tri Spot hosts indoor racing series

Tri Spot’s Winter Indoor Time Trial Series is designed for those who want to maintain fitness with a little competition during the winter.   The season begins on Nov. 20 and will consist of 10 bicycle races during a 20-week period. More...

Lean-Six Sigma prompts change

Implementation of the Lean-Six Sigma methodology in the Town of Clarence will lead to an estimated annual savings of $174,405, according to information from Supervisor Scott Bylewski. More...

Aero Club of Buffalo celebrates centennial

“We organized when the Wright Brothers were still experimenting with their walloping windowpane.”   So said Aero Club of Buffalo founder John Satterfield, often known as the father of aviation in Buffalo. More...

Local News

Informational meeting planned on Habitat project

The Clergy Association of Clarence is helping organize a Clarence Church and Community Habitat Coalition to build a new house in the City of Buffalo with Habitat for Humanity. More...

Police make felony DWI arrest

New York State troopers charged Joshua M. Bush, 26, of Clarence, with felony driving while intoxicated on Oct. 5.   More...

Crash leads to charges

The Erie County Sheriff’s Office investigated a one-car injury accident on Sesh Road, Clarence, shortly before midnight on Oct. 5, after a vehicle operated by Michael D. More...

Letters to the Editor

Get informed before Election Day

Election Day is upon us, and our choice is clear. If you liked the stimulus, bailouts, record deficits and “ObamaCare,” then vote for the incumbents who got us there. Otherwise, give someone new a chance.   Be an informed citizen. More...

Paladino will get job done

Thirty-two years ago, I was a writer for Mayor Griffin creating proclamations for deserving people and responding to general correspondence by preparing drafts for the mayor’s approval and signature.   More...

Police Blotter

Decorations swiped from Transit Road store

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual, sometimes humorous calls received by the New York State Police and Erie County Sheriff’s Department. More...

Sports

Red Devil gridders sew up division title

It appears that Jamestown’s big, bad shutdown defense was more bark than bite.   More...

Boys volleyball squad posts split in week’s pair of matches

Clarence’s boys volleyball team rallied from a 23-20 third-quarter deficit against West Seneca West last Thursday to earn a 29-27 victory and secure the match (25-12, 25-18, 29-27), the Red Devils’ lone conquest in their two matches for More...

Lady Red Devil swimmers post pair of pool records at Jamestown

Clarence’s girls swimming team set a pair of pool records in Jamestown last Friday to highlight its two-win week, which kept the Lady Red Devils perfect in ECIC Division I action.   More...

Entertainment

Symphonic

fri. 15  From Ligeti to Liszt: A Hungarian Perspective — P ianist Stephen Manes will perform works by Hungarian composers inlcuding Bartok, Dohnanyi, Kodaly, Ligeti and Liszt as part of the UB Emeritus Faculty recitals, 7:30 p.m. More...

Dance

fri. 15  Parsons Dance — Presented by the Center for the Arts, University at Buffalo, the internationally renowned contemporary dance company will perform for one night only, with a 7:15 p.m. pre-show talk, 8 p.m. showtime Friday, Oct. More...

Comedy

thur. 14-sat. 16  Stewart Silver — Sharp, clean, intelligent Canadian comedy, 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 7 and Friday, Oct. 8; and 8 & 10:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9 at Yuk Yuk’s at Casino Niagara, 5705 Falls Ave., Niagara Falls, Ontario; $. More...


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