Weekly Feature



February 13, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Two board members stepping down

Two members of the Clarence Board of Education will be stepping down after their terms expire on June 30.  Elaine Diederich and Jean Ranney announced during Monday’s School Board meeting that they will be vacating their seats, meaning two More...

Editorials

School budget crises will only worsen without reform

Bee Editorial

The buck needs to stop here. More...

Spindle items

VALENTINES — Well, Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and in typical fashion, I have waited until the last minute to figure out what to do.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Feb. 16, 1888   The mumps have put in their appearance in Clarence Center.  Perhaps it is not generally known that we have a master mechanic in our midst. Mr. More...

Police Blotter

Residents forget to give babysitter alarm code

Saturday, Feb. 2  Deputies charged a 22-year-old female with aggravated driving while intoxicated after she crashed her car into a tree on Stahley Road. More...

Education

On The Campus

The following Clarence residents were named to the Dean’s List at Daemen College for the fall 2012 semester: Thomas Aldrich, Daniella Castiglione, Courtney Owczarzak, Amanda Pochatko, William Carroll, Nicole Ettipio, Meghan Kloss, Stephanie Par More...

Sports

Hockey team’s first win over North leads to title

Clarence’s hockey team achieved a pair of firsts Thursday thanks to its efforts in its Large Schools Division I regular-season finale.  The Red Devils finally got the monkey off of their back by topping Williamsville North for the first ti More...

School-record four wrestlers qualify for state championships

Sophomore Ryan Burns led the charge for Clarence’s wrestling team at Sunday’s Section VI Championships — though he needed plenty of extra time to earn his berth at the upcoming Division I state championships. More...

Boys hoops’ victories leave shot at second in division standings

Clarence’s boys basketball team most likely set itself up a third-place finish in the ECIC I regular season standings last week by knocking off a pair of divisional foes to improve to 8-3 in league play.  More...

Entertainment

Theatre

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Irish Classical Theatre Company presents ‘Dancing At Lughnasa’

The Irish Classical Theatre presents the Tony and Olivier Award-winning play, “Dancing At Lughnasa,” by Brian Friel, Ireland’s greatest living playwright, Thursday, Feb. 14 through Sunday, March 10.  More...

Torn Space presents ‘Buried Child’

“Buried Child,” Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, is a vision of the lost American Dream. Using humor and vivid theatrical imagery, the playwright reimagines American identity. More...

With love and gratitude

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath receives valentines from Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary honor students Lauren Bergman and Brian Wolf on Feb. 5. More...

Legislators, school officials discuss budget woes

A panel of local and state legislators fielded questions and comments from administrators and board of education members on Saturday at the Erie County Association of School Boards’ annual legislative breakfast, held at Michael’s Banquet More...

Local News

WARM HEARTS

— Assemblywoman Jane Corwin delivers a valentine to Helena Flateau at Sacred Heart Adult Home in Clarence on Thursday. More...

Student musician creates event to benefit children

As a way to give back to the community, Teagan Faran helped create an evening featuring classical music performances to support children with heart disease.  More...

Hollow Fest coming to Clarence Town Park this July

A new three-day festival is coming to Clarence Hollow this summer thanks in large part to the efforts of Hollow Association member Paul Cambria.  Hollow Fest will take place July 4-6 at Clarence Town Park, invoking the same feel as other village More...

Letters to the Editor

Survey deadline extended to Feb. 28

Bee readers, thank you for taking the time to fill out and return your Clarence townwide satisfaction survey. The results have been incredible, and we have received hundreds of surveys back during the first week alone.  More...

Hollow lighting still needs your support

The holiday season has come and gone, but the Clarence Hollow Association wants to take this opportunity to thank all of the businesses and residents who contributed this year to our new holiday lighting campaign.  Thanks to the following busine More...

Animal Control grateful to helpers

On Jan. 16, 2013, Clarence Animal Control was involved in an animal hoarding case on Goodrich Road.  On behalf of me and my staff at Clarence Animal Shelter, I would like to thank Dr. More...

Lifestyles

Young sweethearts ... grow into lifelong couples

For many, teenage flames flicker out to become nothing but a fond memory. For some, though, the person they fell for as a teenager becomes the person they’ll say “I do” to. More...

CCC hosting program on disaster coordination

The Clarence Contemporary Club will be hosting a program on disaster coordination at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19 at Sean Patrick’s, 3480 Millersport Highway, Getzville. More...

Bee Senior News

The Clarence Senior Center is located at 4600 Thompson Road. Contact the Center at 633-5138 to sign up for activities. More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Northtown C.W.C. hosting vendor networking event   More...

Business

Chamber to honor community leaders at annual awards

Community members and organizations will be recognized at the Clarence Chamber of Commerce’s 41st annual Awards Dinner on Thursday, Feb. 28, at Samuel’s Grande Manor, 8750 Main St. More...

Events

Entrepreneur workshops set at NT library   More...


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