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February 16, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Lee’s resignation leaves district, constituents with questions

The resignation last week of former Rep. Chris Lee has left constituents of the 26th Congressional District wondering what will happen next and how it will affect Western New York.  More...

Editorials

Morals, ethics needed in government

Chris Lee’s resignation last week as representative of the 26th Congressional District was a shock to the nation as well as our area. More...

Spindle items

 SHOW OFF YOUR SNOWMAN SKILLS — Looking for a way to enjoy winter? Erie County residents have the opportunity to build snowmen with hundreds of other families from around the region.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Feb. 18, 1886   The West Shore Railroad Company should be induced to build sidewalks along the street in front of its lands here. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.The cost for the special election which Gov. Cuomo must call under law to replace Chris Lee should be paid for by Lee.  .Why all the money for the Clarence fire companies? More...

Education

Significant reworking needed for school budget

A status quo budget, with a $2.1 million or 3 percent increase in spending was discussed by the Clarence Board of Education in previous meetings.  However, on Monday, Superintendent Thomas Coseo said the district was “hit with a dose of re More...

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On the Campus

Kelsey Anderson of Clarence was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2010 semester at Miami University.   More...

Lifestyles

Parrot Head Club of WNY

‘Party with a purpose’ at upcoming blood drive, fundraiser

I t may seem an unimaginable thing to lead a tropical lifestyle in February on the Niagara Frontier, when the chore list consists of “buy salt, shovel driveway, dry-clean coat and get snowblower repaired.” But the Parrot Head Club of West More...

Bee Senior News

The Clarence Senior Center is located at 4600 Thompson Road. For information on any programs, call 633-5138.  “The mission of Clarence Senior Citizens Inc. More...

CLARENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY

CALENDAR of ACTIVITIES

NY 14031 Place, Clarence, 3 Town or to register For more information for an event call 741- 2650 HOURS: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday, Tuesdayand Thursday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday;10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday;closed Sunday Story Time Programs More...

Business

Coffee shop customers can start day in a ‘Goodrich’way

“Have a Goodrich day.”  That’s how staff at Goodrich Coffee & Tea like to greet customers, and sometimes the customers beat them to the punch, said owner Richard Budde.  Budde said the coffee shop, located at 9450 Main More...

Main Street owners — please respond to grant letters

I f you are a property owner or tenant of a property on Main Street in Clarence Hollow, you should have or will soon receive a letter from Town of Clarence Supervisor Scott Bylewski. More...

Events

Community Foundation offers scholarships   More...

Long Street memorial design selected

A design has been chosen for the Flight 3407 memorial to be placed on the site of the crash, according to Michael Powers, president of Remember Flight 3407 Inc. More...

Racial slur found on school locker

A ninth-grader found the “N word” scratched into her locker last week when she went to the high school for a basketball game, according to her mother, who called The Clarence Bee about the incident.  More...

Local News

MEETING A REPRESENTATIVE

Members of the Clarence Youth Bureau met with State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer in Albany last week. The students are members of the Clarence Youth Board and Volunteer Program. More...

Plans for Rock Oak expansion moving forward

A public hearing was set during the Feb. More...

District in process of developing Family Support Center

The Clarence Central School District, in collaboration with the community it serves, is in the process of creating a Family Support Center to enhance the physical, social and emotional health of families residing within the community.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Access road will affect side streets

There are very legitimate concerns with the proposed access road from Eastgate Plaza onto Greiner Road.  More...

Police Blotter

police Blotter

Man finds salesman’s interest in television suspicious

Saturday, Feb. 5    Two vehicles were ticketed on Eastbrooke Place. They were in violation of the winter parking ban.   The fire department responded to a carbon monoxide alarm on Pine Breeze Lane. More...

Obituaries

Lorraine M. Barry, homemaker, WW II veteran

Lorraine M. Barry (nee Masset), 87, of Williamsville, died Monday, Jan. 31, 2011, at Maplewood Skilled Care Facility. She was born Aug. 23, 1923, in Buffalo and lived in Williamsville for 55 years. Mrs. Barry served in the Navy during World War II. More...

Jean M. Kipe Hurst, homemaker

Jean M. Kipe Hurst (nee Davis), 88, of Lititz, Pa., died Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011, at Heart of Lancaster Medical Center.  Mrs. Kipe Hurst was born Jan. 19, 1923, in Clarence Center. She was the daughter of the late Albert E. More...

Sports

Swimmers win inaugural Class A championships

The good times kept rolling for Clarence’s boys swimming team last weekend as all 13 swimmers and one diver contributed to the team scoring 361 points to give the Red Devils the team championship at the inaugural Class A Championship meet, held More...

Hockey team blasts Lockport in final playoff tune-up game

Clarence’s hockey team barreled its way into the postseason last Thursday by pounding Lockport into submission, 12-1, in its final game of the regular season. More...

Boys win indoor track Team Championships

Clarence’s boys indoor track team finished ahead of the rest of the competition in this past Saturday’s Large Schools Team Championships at Fredonia State College, while the girls’ team took third as each portion of Clarence’s More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Brothers of Mercy planning presentations   More...

Entertainment

Special Events

thurs. 17   Polar Bites — Buffalo Zoo fundraiser featuring animal ambassadors, culinary delights, wine and beer and auctions, 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. More...

Art

fri. 18   More...

Family Activities

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