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July 27, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Former students gathering to remember Parker High School

Parker School no longer exists, but it’s not forgotten.  The annual Parker High School reunion is planned for Saturday, Aug. 6, with a luncheon at 1 p.m. More...

Editorials

Bee Editorial

Clarence offers plenty to do this summer

We in Western New York may spend the winter waiting for a summer that seems to pass too quickly. More...

Spindle items

 TRYING TO KEEP COOL — Complaints about the recent heat wave have been frequently raised in my friends’ Facebook statuses. I’ve been trying not to gripe too much because I’m always bewailing the cold and snow. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago July 29, 1886   Dr. John Grimm, who has been studying medicine at Buffalo Plains, we understand will have his office at his brother-in-law’s, Mr. Philip Hirsch. So much more in favor of Harris Hill.  More...

Police Blotter

Woman thinks dog walker is watching her

Saturday, July 16   Deputies responded to Old Post Road for a complaint of an unwanted guest. The subject left the residence prior to the arrival of patrol.  More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.The Town of Clarence has a mission statement; that is, to keep our town looking good. If we can’t do that, I believe we need to hire more parks and highway workers. More...

Education

Education is topic of upcoming conference

The 33rd Annual Western New York Education Law Conference will be on the topic of, “Navigating the Perfect Storm: And you thought money was the only problem!”  More...

On the Campus

J. Bolender of Clarence graduated from Alfred State College during the commencement ceremony on May 15. Bolender graduated from the heavy equipment operations program.  More...

On the Campus

Fredonia State College has named the following students to the dean’s list for the spring 2011 semester: Lindsay Bapst, Rachel Bicheler, Gillian Cotter, Mary Hilton, Shannon Letina, Sara Shinder, Aubrey Warner and Kevin Hammill, all of Clarence More...

Lifestyles

Easy ‘pickin’

Grab a bucket, choose a row and take your pick. July is National Blueberry Month, and at Greg’s U-Pick Farm in Clarence Center, people gather to pick their own blueberries, planted throughout eight acres of designated farmland. More...

Town of Clarence YOUTH BUREAU

Summer Youth Series More...

CLARENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY CALENDAR of ACTIVITIES

Library Craft Time Library Craft Times from 4 to 5:30 p.m. will allow children ages 5 to 12 to come free of charge to the Clarence Library to make crafts with youth volunteers. The next date is Tuesday, Aug. 9. No registration is required. More...

Business

Emerling Agency focuses on providing family atmosphere

“Let our family protect yours.”  It’s more than a catchphrase for Emerling Agency LLC., according to Meghan Lee, marketing director and financial associate.  The insurance company, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary More...

Brothers of Mercy partners with HEALTHeLINK

The Brothers of Mercy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Clarence will collaborate with HEALTHeLINK, Western New York’s clinical information exchange. More...

AAA Car Care Plus names new director

Michael D. Zyglis has joined AAA Western and Central New York as director of AAA Car Care Plus Operations. More...

Second phase of Spaulding Green approved

The second phase of the Spaulding Green subdivision got the OK during the July 20 Planning Board meeting.  The development, located northeast of Goodrich Road, will be designed for people who want a high scale house that . More...

Church’s small groups make this their ‘Summer of Service’

Members of small groups from Eastern Hills Wesleyan Church in Clarence are heading into the community to help others as part of its “Summer of Service.”  After a challenge from the Rev. More...

Local News

Taste of Clarence slated for Aug. 1

Taste of Clarence and Cruise Night, sponsored by the Clarence Chamber of Commerce, is slated for 4 to 9 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1, in Clarence Town Park, 10405 Main St.  About 22 restaurants are expected to take part in the eighth annual event. More...

Motorcycle/ATV accident injures 12-year-old

The Erie County Sheriff’s Accident Investigation Unit is investigating a crash on Sunday in the Town of Clarence between a motorcycle driven by a 12-year-old male and an all-terrain vehicle.  More...

Erie County sees job growth

Newly released statistics show job growth in Erie County. More...

Letters to the Editor

Board should agree to disagree

After reading (last) week’s cover article, I feel compelled to express a few thoughts and observations.  More...

Gay marriage right to be allowed

I was skimming through The Cheektowaga Bee when I came across a very appalling and hurtful opinion on same-sex marriage written by Kathryn Dillon of Amherst.  More...

Rock the park, not the barn

Rock the Barn was a travesty to the community residents that live in these areas: Main Street, both north and south of Shimerville Road, Barton area and all areas nearby. More...

Sports

Boys lacrosse named Bee’s Team of the Year

For some of the 14 seniors on Clarence’s boys lacrosse team this spring, 2011’s triumphs were six years in the making. More...

Principale to play in tonight’s all-star football game

Some of the area’s top high school football players will have one last chance to play in a game before moving on to college when they participate in the 36th annual Kensington Lions All-Star High School Football Classic, Presented by ADPRO Spor More...

Lamm Post’s baseball season ends with thriller

Lamm Post saw their 2011 campaign end suddenly last week at the hands of Dolan Post, the regular-season North Division champions.  The back-and-forth affair saw Dolan score three times in their final at-bat to knock Lamm from the playoffs, 6-5, More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Clarence Habitat House needs volunteers   More...

Entertainment

Family Activities

thurs. 28 . Wellness Walk — Healthy outdoor walk with a botanical emphasis and wildlife too. More...

Art

thurs. 28-sun. 7 . More...

Festivals

thurs. 28-sun.  More...


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