Weekly Feature



April 6, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Bee Editorial

Safety should be first priority in airline regulation

The main thrust of Rep. Bill Shuster’s amendment to the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Bill is to allow for the setting of different standards for various segments of the airline industry.  More...

Spindle items

ENHANCE YOUR BUSINESS — The Clarence Chamber of Commerce is presenting a free Business Roundtable Workshop on social media at 7 p.m. More...

Spindle items

FUN STUFF: In addition to all the great things you read about in The Bee, this week there are two more contests that readers can enjoy. These are found in the pages of the classified section.  More...

Police Blotter

police Blotter

Resident says seafood seller is harassing people

Saturday, March 26   A woman called from Stonebriar Drive reporting a fire on Conner Road. A man was in his backyard burning a pile of limbs from a pine tree, and it was creating a lot of smoke. He was advised to put the fire out.  More...

Sports

Red Devils’ lacrosse seeking return to ‘A’ final

Clarence’s boys lacrosse team continued its yearly progression last season with the program’s first-ever appearance in the Section VI Class A championship game — which means the Red Devils are gunning to knock off one of the state&r More...

BOYS LACROSSE SCHEDULE

Date Opponent Time 4-6 at St. More...

Young girls lax squad looking to reload quickly

Like a lot of its fellow Class A squads, Clarence’s girls lacrosse team was hit hard by graduation after the 2010 season — leaving coach Doug Kohler to ascertain that whichever team can reload the quickest will essentially be the school t More...

Entertainment

Theater

thurs. 7 & fri. 8   More...

Family Activities

thur. 7   More...

Special Events

fri. 8 . Theme Basket Auction — Fundraiser for Depew High School PTSO, 8 p.m. Friday, April 8 at Depew High School’s gym & cafe, 5201 S. Transit Road, Depew; $. 685-2632 sat.  More...

First responders save resident in cardiac arrest

David Daigler had returned home from attending a Sabres game with his son on Feb. More...

Flight 3407 Families criticize amendment to FAA bill

An amendment to the FAA Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2011, which was opposed by the Families of Continental Flight 3407, passed last week in the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 215 to 209.  (See editorial on page four)  More...

Local News

Share thoughts on farmland at upcoming meeting

Those who have something to say about farms in Clarence are invited to a public meeting being held on Thursday by the Clarence Farmland Protection Committee.  The town is in the process of developing an Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan More...

East Amherst firefighters host recruitment open house

The East Amherst Fire Department will participate in a “Recruit NY” open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

State budget approved, restores some school aid

State lawmakers completed work on a $132.5 billion state budget on Thursday.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Candidate deserves vote of constituents

In February, I had the opportunity to attend the Legislative Breakfast hosted by the Erie County Association of School Boards. More...

Corwin equipped to fill vacant seat

From the start of this race to fill New York’s 26th Congressional District seat, I have followed Jane Corwin’s campaign closely.  She has remained calm, cool and collected as she won over the favor of the Republican Party, followed b More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.I was deeply saddened by the passing of Trooper Dobson. He helped me to save my life. I was in a very abusive relationship. He showed me I could live beyond that, helped me get a restraining order, helped me with women’s advocacy. More...

Education

Play brings New York history to life

Sheridan Hill Elementary teachers Lori Rohloff and Sharon Greenauer have developed an unusual way of helping children grasp fourth-grade material.  They’ve written their third play, to be performed by about 97 fourth-graders at 7 p.m. More...

AVID READERS

Buffalo Sabres mascot, Sabretooth, and Perry’s Ice Cream mascot, Perry Winkle, visited Clarence Center Elementary School on March 22. More...

Lifestyles

All you need is love...and leadership

There is no instruction manual for parenting. There are, however, hundreds of books, centers, classes and seminars that give parents advice on how to deal with their children and teenagers in various situations.  More...

Town of Clarence YOUTH BUREAU

Speaker Series

A 2011 speaker series, titled “Bullying, Parenting & Healthy Relationships,” began on March 2. 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 Story Time Programs More...

Business

Consider the value of Chamber membership

Statistics have shown that being active in your local Chamber of Commerce is a good business strategy. More...

Clarence designers chosen for 2011 Decorators’ Show House

Three designers from Clarence are among those working to transform the 2011 Decorators’ Show House, the Bayliss-Oshei Residence at 360 Depew Ave., Buffalo.  Proceeds from the show house will be donated to a significant community project. More...

District expects 90 UPK slots, information session scheduled

The Clarence Central School District Universal Pre-kindergarten Program anticipates 90 openings for this coming year.  The district is expecting continued state funding for its 2011-12 Universal Pre-kindergarten Program.  UPK classrooms ar More...


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