Weekly Feature



September 12, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Educator Jane Sweet dies, enshrined on school’s Wall of Fame

Jane Sweet, a humble servant to education in Clarence, died Monday, Sept. 10, 2012.  More...

District prepares for changes brought by staff evaluations

Clarence Central School District teachers and administrators have been preparing to implement the required Annual Professional Performance Review plan, said Teresa Lawrence, director of curriculum and staff development.  The APPR measures teache More...

Editorials

Libraries continue to be relevant

Bee Editorial

September is National Library Card Sign-up Month, a time to remind people of all the services made accessible by a library card.  As technology changes, libraries are among the entities that may seem to be approaching obsolescence with the wealt More...

Spindle items

CONSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARS — On Sept. 17, the Bill of Rights Institute will celebrate Constitution Day with educational games, videos and activities for people of all ages and classroom lesson plans for teachers across the country.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Sept. 15, 1887   More...

Police Blotter

Woman surprised by yellow couch on porch

Saturday, Sept. 1  A resident of Strickler Road reported hearing gunshots. One of the neighbors was shooting clay pigeons.  Patrol responded to Goodrich Road for a neighbor dispute. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.I just returned from the Clarence Center Labor Day Picnic; I took my grandchildren to see the demolition derby. More...

Education

First week of school

REWARD FOR STUDYING — Ledgeview students participated in the “Iron Man” obstacle course bounce house on Friday. More...

Youth News

Clarence students Abraham Kenmore and Jacqueline Kim are semifinalists in the 58th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.   More...

THEY’RE BACK

— Students were greeted by teachers, staff and a bubble machine on their first day of school at Sheridan Hill Elementary. More...

Lifestyles

Getting schooled on eating right

Keep your family happy, healthy and fueled for learning

Drop the kids off for school. Throw in a load of laundry. Tidy the house before the family comes this weekend. Go to the bank. Pick the kids up from school and get them ready for ballet, soccer, baseball or one of a dozen other activities. More...

Rescue Day planned by USA Bird Supply

USA Bird Supply is holding its first pet rescue and adoption day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at 11163 Main St., near Davison Road. There will be a canine agility and obedience demonstration from Canine Academy. More...

Town of Clarence Youth Bureau

Youth Volunteer Program   More...

Business

Hunt broker helps clients find homes they love

Bonnie Clement is no stranger to professional accolades. More...

Artist finds new studio to practice classic methods

Susan Budash sat perched on a stool and lightly added some burnt umber-colored paint to her still life piece, a canvas on which she painted a tilted glass vase, fruit and her grandfather’s pocket watch.  More...

New store coming to WNY

A California-based food store is making its way to the Northeast, opening a location in the Western New York next year.  Trader Joe’s, known for its wine deals and variety of healthy food products, has plans to set up shop in the Buffalo a More...

Mychajliw wins primary

According to unofficial election results from the Erie County Board of Elections, Stefan I. Mychajliw won the independent primary for Erie County Comptroller. More...

Planning Board makes multifamily zoning recommendations

The Clarence Planning Board has recommended a list of principles to guide the development of an update to the multifamily residential zoning code. More...

Twins honoring grandfather through Alzheimer’s walk

Twin sisters Tess and Jenna Luzi decided to join the Walk to End Alzheimer’s after searching online for ways to honor their late grandfather, Frank Luzi Sr., who had the disease. More...

Local News

No injuries reported in Hillcrest fire

A fire on Sunday at 5040 Hillcrest Drive in Clarence caused an estimated $175,000 damage to the structure and its contents. More...

Club House named to Historic Register

The Clarence Town Park Club House has been named to the National Register of Historic Places as of this summer.  The only other building in town to hold that distinction is the Eshelman Building at the Four Corners of Clarence Center.  The More...

Legislative Breakfast offers chance to question officials

Jobs topped the list of priorities mentioned by officials during the Clarence Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Breakfast.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Hollow makeover faced complications

I was dismayed to read in Bee Heard that some individual(s) were not pleased with the results and effort put into the former Spoor’s Hotel on Main Street in Clarence Hollow. More...

Time to choose Collins over Hochul

It is indeed quite amusing that Rep. Kathy Hochul is advertising that she voted for an amendment to the budget and is proud of making the difficult choice. More...

Thanks for support of Labor Day Fair

On behalf of the Clarence Center Fire Company Benevolent Association, we would like to thank all the volunteers, organizations that sponsored or donated, and you, the residents of Clarence, for supporting our 2012 Labor Day Fair.  More...

Sports

Girls volleyball team wins own tourney

Clarence’s girls volleyball team put an exclamation point on its first full week of the season Saturday by defeating Niagara Wheatfield in the championship game of its own tournament, 25-15, 25-23.  More...

OP gridders down Clarence, establish status as team to beat in AA South

Clarence football coach Mark Layer doesn’t make excuses, but he also knows that the Red Devils were given one of the most brutal schedule starts of any team this season.  More...

Pair of shutouts lift boys soccer to 4-0

Clarence’s boys soccer team posted a pair of 2-0 victories last week to improve to 4-0 on the season and assume its familiar role as early season favorite to contend for an ECIC I and Section VI Class AA title.  More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Cystic Health group to hold meeting   Women Interested in Cystic Health will hold a membership tea from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12, at Park Country Club, located at 4949 Sheridan Drive in Amherst. More...

Entertainment

Theater

thurs. 13   More...

Festivals

sat. 15  Music Is Art — More than 100 bands on seven stages, 100 artists, dancers, three live DJ stages, Kids Village, live art and performance art, food and beverages, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. More...

Speakers

thurs. 13   More...


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