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September 14, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Political questions raised at IDA meeting

An exchange at the July 21 Clarence Industrial Development Agency meeting has become controversial.  During the meeting, supervisor candidate Dave Hartzell questioned Jeff Feinen’s application to do marketing work for the IDA because Feine More...

Breakfast offers forum for residents’ questions

The Clarence Chamber of Commerce offered the chance for residents to question their local officials during its third Legislative Breakfast.  More...

Editorials

Don’t just vote the party line

Get out and vote. We start to hear that call at this time of year as the general election approach. Sometimes, however, it’s too easy to think that our civic responsibility starts and stops with voting.  More...

Spindle items

MEMORIAL RACE — The Flight 3407 Memorial 5K Race is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 24, in Clarence Center.  More...

The devil’s in the details concerning American Jobs Act

President Barack Obama unveiled the key points of his American Jobs Act last week before a joint session of Congress. It was the type of strong policy statement the country had been waiting for, but unfortunately, left me starving for details.  More...

Police Blotter

Man thinks he hears gunfire near museum

Saturday, Sept. 3   A female complainant stated that an out-of-control male was trying to jump out of her vehicle on Heise Road. The male was outside the vehicle when patrol arrived. He was trying to flag down other vehicles to get a ride. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

call: 632-0390

.I want to ask the politicians who are putting signs up on people’s private property that they reconsider doing this, as I came home from work today to find a Joe Weiss sign on my front lawn. More...

Education

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BOOKWORMS — Principal Keith Kuwik supervises as William Reid enters and Mary Czaja exits a bounce house set up Friday as a reward for the Ledgeview Elementary School Summer Reading Program. More...

Lifestyles

Boy Scouts to hold open house

Boy Scouts of America is holding an open house from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Epiphany United Church of Christ, 9365 Clarence Center Road, Clarence Center. More...

ROCKIN' lockers

Students think outside the box, spice up their spaces

A llison Steiner turned the dial on her pink combination lock with one hand and held her tin “Star Trek” lunchbox with the other. 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.us or jn More...

Business

Events

BNI schedules September meeting   More...

Diamond Alpacas offers investment alternative

About 40 alpacas live at Diamond Alpacas of Clarence at 8485 Wolcott Road.  They are shorn for their fleece once a year, said Michael Basehart, vice president of Diamond Alpaca Farm.  “It’s very warm in the winter, cools in the More...

Chamber’s busy schedule unfolding smoothly

A nother summer has come and gone as we look to the fall and holiday season. However, before we say goodbye to summer, let’s review the many great things we accomplished and what we have planned.  More...

Primary results announced

Unofficial results for the primary election are being reported by the Erie County Board of Elections. More...

Rath seeking 6th District seat

Edward A. More...

WBBZ-TV looking for studio space outside mall

WBBZ-TV is seeking new studio space after a lease disagreement with Mountain Development Corp., the owner of Eastern Hills Mall.  WBBZ-TV owner Phil Arno said the television station’s verbal agreement with mall management about the cost of More...

In remembrance

Members of the Clarence High School Chorale perform “I Pray” during the Sept. 11 Commemoration held Sunday in the Clarence High School auditorium. More...

Local News

Town Board Meeting

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Primary results to be posted online

Results of the Sept. 13 primary election will be posted online at www.clarencebee.com once they become available. More...

Walter announces bid for Assembly

Erie County Legislator Ray Walter, R-Amherst, Clarence, Cheektowaga, said last week that he will run for the state Assembly seat vacated on Sept. 6 by former Assemblyman Jim Hayes, who resigned to pursue a private-sector career.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Permission not granted for signs

It is that time once again — political signs posted everywhere and anywhere, even in places not welcomed. I co-own several properties in the Town of Clarence. More...

Support of fair appreciated

On behalf of the Clarence Center Volunteer Fire Company Benevolent Association, I would like to thank all the volunteers and you, the residents of Clarence, for supporting our annual Labor Day Fair. More...

Weiss not bad for Clarence

Joe Weiss is bad for Clarence? Why — because he voted against approving a fireworks permit for someone who is accustomed to getting everything he wants? Or because he had the nerve to question the fire companies’ budgets? More...

Sports

State championship participants return to lead girls golf squad

Senior captain Cat Peters and junior Jackie Kim have begun their quest to return to the state girls golf championships in solid fashion, having guided the Lady Red Devils to victory against all four of the opponents Clarence has faced to date.  More...

Field hockey squad avenges playoff loss in season opener

Brittany Orrico scored three goals and added an assist Friday to lead the varsity Clarence field hockey team to a season-opening 6-0 road victory over Orchard Park. More...

Red Devil gridders run wild on Frontier

Clarence’s football team picked up nearly 85 percent of its 459 yards of total offense on the ground Friday night, as eight different players combined for 390 yards and seven of the Red Devils’ eight scores in their 55-20 thrashing of the More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

‘Just Moved’ class to be held at church   More...

Entertainment

Special Events

thurs. 15   Winds, Waves and Wines X11 — Wineries provide you with tasting from the cellars as an annual fundraiser for the Aquarium, 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15 at the Aquarium of Niagara, 101 Old Falls St., Niagara Falls; $. More...

Family Activities

thurs. 15   After-School Escape — Children, grades K-5, are invited to enjoy a one-hour program for kids featuring a different, fun, outdoor activity each week, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. More...

Festivals

fri. 16   Fall Family Festival — In Jest performance, petting zoo, pumpkin painting, bounce house, hay rides, food and entertainment, 6-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16 at the Randall Baptist Church, 6301 Main St., Williamsville; $. More...


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