Weekly Feature



February 6, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Let’s help 3407 families end debate on air safety

Bee Editorial

I n speaking with Jennifer West this week regarding the upcoming anniversary of the plane crash that took away her husband and the father of Summer — their now 6-year-old daughter — it was clear that we owe her and all of the other famili More...

Spindle items

RAISING AWARENESS — In case you missed it over the weekend, members of the Clarence High School Student Council sponsored their 22nd annual Sleep Out event, which raises funds to benefit the poor and the homeless.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Feb. 9, 1888   Mr. D.I. Johnson, Mrs. E. Sadler and Mrs. D.W. Bethel are at Niagara Falls to-day viewing the ice bridge.  Very much to the regret of all, the Rev. C.E. More...

Police Blotter

Cellphone tower stripped of copper piping, wire

Saturday, Jan. 26  Deputies responded to a residence on Oakwood Drive for a report of a male who took too many pain pills. The man was transported to Erie County Medical Center for an evaluation.  More...

Obituaries

Paul Kreppel, aerospace engineer

Paul J. Kreppel, 84, of Clarence, died Friday, Jan. 18, 2013.  More...

Sports

Hockey team moves atop division standings

Clarence’s hockey squad used a powerful display of special-teams superiority Thursday to defeat Frontier, 4-1, and put itself in position to potentially claim the regular-season divisional championship.  More...

JUST ENOUGH

— Clarence’s Matt Dewes just clears the bar while competing in the pole vault during Saturday’s “Varsity Select” indoor track meet at Lancaster High School’s field More...

Burns’ 100th career win helps wrestlers claim ‘Border Brawl’

Ryan Burns became the second sophomore on Clarence’s wrestling team to earn his 100th career win, which helped the Red Devils easily secure another “Border Brawl” victory over crosstown and league rival Lancaster on January 25, 57-1 More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

CCV hosting annual ‘Open Your Heart’ event   More...

Entertainment

Symphonic

sat. 9 More...

Theatre

thurs. 7   More...

Concerts

fri. 8  World beat rock band Young Empires will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8 at The Town Ballroom, 681 Main St., Buffalo; $. 852-3900, www.townballroom.com   More...

Families to gather at Capitol for vigil on 3407 anniversary

Family members and loved ones of the victims of Flight 3407 will come together again on Feb. More...

Youth to perform at Carnegie Hall

One of the most celebrated concert halls in the world will be filled with the music of a 13-year-old Clarence resident this Saturday.  Clarence Middle School eighth-grader Jarod Yap will be performing in Carnegie Hall in New York City as a recip More...

Local News

Art student finds muse close to home

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

As the saying goes, life imitates art, and nowhere has that been more apparent lately than at Nichols School in Buffalo where art students are getting inspiration for projects right in the hallways they pass every day.  More...

Hearts and Hands kicking off 10th anniversary with concert

Hearts and Hands is kicking off its 10th anniversary with a celebration concert at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. More...

Amherst woman charged with aggravated DWI

An Amherst woman was arrested and charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated after Erie County sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of a vehicle that had slid into a tree off Stahley Road in Clarence around 11:45 p.m. Saturday.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Let School Board hear your opinions

The Clarence Taxpayers Group attended the first Board of Education budget workshop for the 2013-14 school year. In a nutshell, there is a $6.4 million shortfall in the budget, assuming the same expenses as the current school year.  More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Bravo to the lady in the Jan. 23 issue. I moved here from another community, and they thought children were the first priority. More...

Education

Clarence Middle taking on Alice’s other adventure with ‘Looking Glass’

Familiarity with Lewis Carroll’s 19th century classic “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” is quite common, but unbeknownst to many, its sequel, “Through the Looking Glass,” had elements of its plot line infused into More...

In the Military

Air Force Airman 1st Class Gregory P. Schutzrecently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. More...

STAYING WARM

— Students Megan Kiener, left, Alex Huffan and Corinne Fiegl work on constructing a cardboard shelter during the 23rd Clarence High School Student Council Sleep Out to Benefit the Poor and Home More...

Lifestyles

Ringing in the Year of the Snake

For centuries, the Chinese New Year has been celebrated with customary traditions such as family meals and fireworks.  Students of the Confucius Institute at the University at Buffalo and members of the Chinese Club of Western New York will come More...

Faith Fellowship Church honoring first responders

Faith Fellowship Church, 11478 Main St., will host its First Responders Appreciation Banquet at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22. This free event is open to any first responder and his or her family. RSVP with Steve Seibel by Feb. 15 at 759-6632.   More...

Being ‘live’ will enrich your experience of life

Does this sound familiar? More...

Business

Drive to help son turns into career

Making the transition from one career path to another can be scary and intimidating, especially if it’s because of unforeseen circumstances such as health problems.  More...

Clarence Chamber meets goals, makes plans for future

How time flies when you’re busy working toward goals that have taken the Clarence Chamber to the next level. This couldn’t have happened without each one of you giving us your support and help. More...

Buffalo Auto Show features cars, celebrities

The 2013 Buffalo Auto Show will be held Wednesday through Sunday, Feb. More...


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