Weekly Feature



May 23, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

School budget approved, newcomer elected to board

The 2012-13 budget for Clarence Central School District passed by a vote of 1,545 to 715, according to information from the district.  The budget included $72,511,600 in total appropriations and a tax levy increase at the cap limit of 2.24 perce More...

Editorials

Spindle items

NOT TO BE MISSED — I frequently make plans to participate in a certain seasonal activity, only to later realize that I’ve missed my chance. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago May 26, 1887   More...

Even the most humble gardeners could learn from Doc and Katy

We began our annual assault on the backyard garden on Sunday, and although our plot is small, it made me think of one of the best-known experts on the topic, almost 10 years after he and his wife made their final radio broadcast.  George “ More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Taxpayers of Clarence, this is a warning that what is happening at the intersection of Greiner and Shimerville could happen to you. More...

Sports

Boys track team finishes season undefeated; girls share division title with West, Frontier

Clarence’s boys track team completed an undefeated dual meet season May 14 with its 94-47 victory over Jamestown.  More...

Win in league finale helps baseball team clinch share of ECIC I championship

Mark Armstrong’s complete game four hitter propelled Clarence’s baseball team to a share of the ECIC Division I regular season title May 15, as the Red Devils defeated Williamsville North, 6-2, to finish tied with Lancaster and Orchard Pa More...

Boys lacrosse earns first-ever share of league championship

Clarence’s boys lacrosse team clinched a share of the regular-season title for the first time in program history Wednesday when it defeated Lancaster, 12-6.  More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Memorial to flight crash victims to be unveiled   More...

Entertainment

Special Events

thurs. 24  Bills Autograph Signing — Former Buffalo Bills player “Joe D” DeLamielleure will sign autographs, 6-8 p.m. Thursday, May 24 at the NCDSA Union Office in the Bewley Building, Lockport. More...

Art

ongoing: now-May 25  May Art Show — Kenmore Art Society member Debra Isula is exhibiting original artworks in watercolor and mixed media, now through Friday, May 25 at the Schofield Residence Nursing Facility, 3333 Elmwood Ave., Town of To More...

Theater

ongoing: now-May 26   More...

Memorial Day activities planned

This year, as for the past 92 years, American Legion Post 838 of Clarence will lead the Clarence community in honoring the war dead on Memorial Day, May 28.  More...

Concentrate

Clarence’s Stephan Chriswell watches his putt roll toward the hole on the fourth green while competing in the 2012 Section VI Golf State Championship Qualifier Monday at Diamond Hawk Golf Cours More...

Towne Mini, Niagara Produce advance in planning process

Niagara County Produce has been in the midst of the State Environmental Quality Review process for months as a result of wetland issues.  Two variances from the Zoning Board of Appeals allowed the applicant to develop a plan for development of a More...

Local News

Tickets for Stockweather benefit available at Brothers of Mercy

Tickets for an event to benefit Jake Stockweather are now available at the Brothers of Mercy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 10570 Bergtold Road, Clarence.  More...

Display features art by student, great-grandmother

Hatte Meneau, a senior at Clarence High School, has her artwork on display — but not alone. More...

At WNY planetariums, syzygy in the skies, synergy on the ground

If you’ve never heard the word “syzygy” before, it will likely become part of your vocabulary in the coming weeks. Syzygy is defined as the nearly straight-line configuration of three celestial bodies in a gravitational system. More...

Police Blotter

Man upset when told product no longer sold

Saturday, May 12 A fire was reported on Glen Brook Court. A mulch pile started on fire. A disturbance was reported at Walmart. A woman reported that two people threatened her after she asked them not to smoke at the entrance to the store. More...

Education

High school announces Wall of Fame inductees

The Clarence High School Wall of Fame selection committee has announced that two alumni, a former teacher and a former administrator, will be honored at the 2012 Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Monday, June 4.  The Wall of Fame is designed to More...

On the Campus

Mitchell Maciuba of Clarence received a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and management, with a project management minor, from Clarkson University on May 12.   More...

Hilbert College honors Swan for service

Ann Swan of Clarence, chair of the Hilbert College board of trustees, was presented the 2012 President’s Medal, one of the highest honors bestowed by the college, during the institution’s 51st annual commencement ceremony on May 12.  More...

Lifestyles

E-volution sweeps through library system

The e-reader vs. physical book copy has quickly become one of the biggest controversies among readers. More...

Don’t miss the library’s summer activities

Monica Mooney, our head librarian, has asked us to inform readers about a special presentation at the library from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 24. More...

Youth Bureau

Community Service   More...

Business

Farmers Market celebrating 10th anniversary

The Clarence Hollow Farmers Market would like to kick off our seasonal monthly column by saying thank you to Bee Group Newspapers Publisher Trey Measer and Clarence Bee Editor Andrea Kimbriel for giving us this opportunity.  More...

Greatbatch to establish new global headquarters

Greatbatch Inc. announced Tuesday that it will establish a new global headquarters in Frisco, Texas, as part of the company’s continued approach to advance its medical device strategy.  More...

Brothers of Mercy gift shops participate in ‘Thank a Vet’ discount program

The two gift shops on the Brothers of Mercy campus in Clarence have joined the Erie County “Thank a Vet” discount program.  More...


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