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October 12, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Representatives say fire company renovations will enhance safety, efficiency

Residents in Clarence Fire District 1 have the opportunity to vote yes or no on a proposed expansion project.  More...

Editorials

When bullying becomes harassment, more is needed

The tragic death of a Williamsville North High School student brought attention to Western New York from media entities such as the Washington Post and The New York Times to pop star Lady Gaga.  It also focused a spotlight on the well-known but More...

Spindle items

 THIS TIME OF YEAR — I feel a sense of urgency in the autumn to experience what I can of the remaining warm weather before snow starts to fall.  There are a few activities I must participate in each fall season if I’m to feel like I More...

Airline industry, special interests still blocking safety improvements

Frustration continues to mount among the families of the victims of Flight 3407 at a time when they should be able to relax and savor the victory they thought they had earned in Washington, D.C.  The tragic timeline begins on the night of Feb. More...

Police Blotter

Mother wants older woman to stop texting son

Saturday, Oct. 1   A female called from Stahley Road reporting that a prowler was making banging noises on her porch. Patrol checked the area. It was possibly apples falling from a tree onto the roof of the porch.  More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

call: 632-0390

.The Clarence sign laws require that political signs be taken down one week after a primary and cannot go up until one month before the general election. Hence, signs should not be posted until Oct. More...

Education

On the Campus

Natalie Berkman of East Amherst was named to the dean’s list for academic excellence for the spring 2011 semester at The Johns Hopkins University. Berkman graduated in May 2011. More...

Details of 2012 county budget released

Late last month, I detailed my administration’s proposed 2012 county budget. More...

Stoddard to bring anti-smoking message to middle school

Rick Stoddard is on a mission. He wants to reach as many people as possible about the dangers of tobacco use. Stoddard launched his crusade after losing his wife to lung cancer nearly 12 years ago.  More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Farmers Market offering local products   More...

CLARENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY

CALENDAR of ACTIVITIES

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Entertainment

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Theater

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Family Activities

thurs. 13   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, Oct. More...

Senior housing project takes next step

The Planning Board has recommended that the Town Board begin coordinated study under the State Environmental Quality Review Act for Affordable Senior Housing Opportunities of New York Inc.’s proposal for 8040 Roll Road.  The company has re More...

Hollow revitalization effort continues with business summit

A business summit held by the Clarence Hollow Association on Oct. More...

Local News

Public Notice

Full Story

Corwin, Ranzenhofer among those named to Farm Bureau’s ‘Circle of Friends’

The New York Farm Bureau has named 93 state legislators to its “Circle of Friends” for the year 2011. More...

Rev. Kibler appointed parochial vicar at St. Mary’s

The Rev. Gary R. Kibler has been appointed senior parochial vicar and associate pastor at St. Mary’s Parish in Swormville for a term of three years.  According to the Rev. Robert M. Yetter, pastor of St. Mary’s, Rev. More...

Letters to the Editor

Airline practices must change Firefighters were obviously political

I am a member of the Flight 3407 memorial family group and a contributing member to the select group of men and women who have made more than 48 trips from Buffalo to Washington, D.C., and spent thousands of dollars and countless hours of personal ti More...

Political change needed in Clarence

I am writing to express my great concern and outrage over the phrase used by Clarence Town Supervisor Bylewski when he stated that, “the town is pleased” in referring to the recent settlement for $441,740 with the U.S. More...

Residents should re-elect Bylewski

In 2001, Clarence voters changed the town in part by electing Scott Bylewski to the Town Board. This change ushered in a new-style governance system.  More...

Obituaries

Ruth May Herman, Williamsville bus driver

Ruth May Herman, 85, of Akron, died Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011.  Mrs. More...

Sports

Youth hoops registration underway

Registration for the Clarence Little League Basketball program, for male and female town or school district residents in grades 4-8, is currently underway online at www.leaguelineup.com/clarencelittleleaguebasketball. More...

Red Devil gridders jump on West early

First-quarter scoring spree erases sting of season’s first defeat

Clarence’s football team was ready to take out the frustration of its first loss of the season Saturday — regardless of who the opponent was lining up across from the Red Devils — and did just that in dominating West Seneca West in More...

Three pool records fall as Lady Red Devils dominate Williamsville North’s swimmers

State cut times were met and pool record times were broken as Clarence’s girls swimming team mopped up against Williamsville North Thursday, 124-61.  More...

Lifestyles

Haunted Hollow to support hospital

Haunted Hollow will return at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14, at 6105 Fairlane Drive in Clarence Center. More...

Taking a ride on the ‘Independence Express’

The third annual “Cruisin’ for Independence” event is right around the corner, and organizers, famili es and friends are ready to roll.  Western New York Independent  More...

CLERGY COLUMN

Stop — and choose love rather than hate

I t continues to be apparent in our present time that there are many people who have forgotten the definition of “stop.” The dictionary’s definition is “to cease, to halt.” The failure to bring an automobile to a complet More...

Business

Chamber planning full slate for Women in Business Conference

The Clarence Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming conference will offer the opportunity to focus on all things business-related.  Women in Business Conference participants can listen to speakers, attend workshops, browse the “marketplace&r More...

P&BA honors two of its members

The Professional and Businessmen’s Association Inc. is honoring two of its members: Richard Milewicz as Man of the Year for 2010 and Steven Sielski as Man of the Year for 2011.  More...

Be aware of cyber security and privacy liability

Do you receive personal information from your clients, such as credit card numbers, Social Security numbers, bank account information, and health or other financial information? More...


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