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March 27, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Camp for nontraditional families is invaluable

Bee Editorial

The divorce rate in America is highly publicized and pointed to as an example of the decline of the traditional family.  But for members of those “nontraditional” families, having a single parent may be just fine by them. More...

Spindle items

•SCHOLARSHIPS — Every year for the past several decades, American Legion Post 838 has provided a scholarship to a graduating senior at Clarence High School. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago March 29, 1888   As Mr. Julius Burgard was driving one of his spirited horses last week, the animal became fractious and broke the thrills and dashboard of his cutter.  D.L. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Why has the Clarence Girls' Softball League chosen to buy Clarence High School a scoreboard with surplus league funds? Not everyone who pays dues into the league will attend Clarence High School. More...

Education

Clarence Mock Trial team wins county competition

For the second consecutive year, the team from Clarence High School has won the Erie County Bar Association’s Mock Trial competition.  More...

Clarence schools recognized nationally for music education

The National Association of Music Merchants Foundation has recognized the Clarence Central School District for its outstanding commitment to music education with a “Best Communities for Music Education” designation.  More...

Lifestyles

Old traditions, new twists for Dyngus Day 2013

Perhaps Ed Nabozny summed up Dyngus Day the best. “It’s the Polish More...

Contemporary Club hosting fundraiser event

The Clarence Contemporary Club will host its spring fundraiser at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 2, at the Millennium Hotel, 2040 Walden Ave., Cheektowaga. The luncheon will feature a fashion show, book raffle and door prizes. More...

MOTIVATION

— Quinten Burke is shown with Rob Ray during the Clarence Youth Bureau’s fourth installment of its annual Educational Speaker Series on March 11 at Clarence Middle School. More...

Business

Clarence credit union completes merger

The Clarence Community & Schools Federal Credit Union continues to grow.  A month after being named “Business of the Year” by the Clarence Chamber of Commerce, CCSFCU has merged with Williamsville counterpart Workmen’s Circ More...

County clerk hosting tax prep event at Northtown Auto Bureau

Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs will host free tax preparation assistance to help working families and individuals filing tax returns, claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit and other tax credits, from 5 to 7 p.m. More...

Bodkin named chairman of physician group

The Optimum Physician Alliance has announced the appointment of East Amherst resident Dr. John J. More...

Our Lady of Peace becomes second home for Gilbert

Most of her kids have retired but she’s still working. More...

Camp provides ‘hope’ to single parent, blended families

Tom Bardo wasn’t looking for Camp Hope; the camp found him.  “I was recently divorced and didn’t go to church or anything,” Bardo said. More...

Local News

County approves funding for Sheriff’s equipment, training

The Erie County Legislature unanimously approved a request from the Sheriff’s Office to allocate asset forfeiture funds to purchase equipment and attend training that will help deputies prepare and respond in the event of an active shooting.&nb More...

Buffalo Wild Wings encouraging blood donations in April

The American Red Cross will host blood drives throughout Erie and Niagara counties during the month of April, and all donors are being rewarded with vouchers good for $3 off lunch or $5 off dinner purchases at Buffalo Wild Wings.  Here is a list More...

Letters to the Editor

Despite good deeds, dogs not welcome

In answer to The Bee letter last week by a Stage Road resident about being a disrespectful dog walker in the Clarence Fillmore Cemetery, what you do in there to beautify is wonderful, but you’re missing the whole point of the problem.  More...

Personal-care drive nets 3 times its goal

We would like to thank the community again for coming together in an effort to help others in need.  More...

Police Blotter

Woman mistakes footprints of daughter’s dog for intruder

Saturday, March 16  • A resident of Meadow Creek Court reported that several mailboxes had been damaged at some point during the night.  • Patrol responded to a burglar alarm on Susan Drive. More...

Obituaries

Death Notice

PACHIOLI, Clara R. (nee Zglinicki), of Clarence, died Sunday, March 17, 2013. Mrs. Pachioli is survived by one son, Wayne; one daughter, Judith D’Arata; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.  More...

Sports

Inaugural squad stocked with talent

2013 All-Bee Boys Hockey

The inaugural All-Bee Boys Hockey Team, determined by 14 coaches from the Bee’s coverage area, includes some of the area’s top players at their positions.  More...

How the All-Bee Teams were determined

Given the tremendous annual success of the All-Bee Basketball Team, along with the successful debut of the All-Bee Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse, Soccer and Football Teams over the past year, The Bee’s sports staff decided to expand the papers&r More...

Gallo aiming to help athletes reach next level

Former college hoops player, coach devises plan to guide high schoolers towards success

Every journey can be made even better with help from a knowledgeable navigator — and that’s just what Marisa Gallo intends to show prospective college athletes through her new venture. More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Boy Scout Troop 93 sets spaghetti dinner   More...

Entertainment

Family Activities

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Holiday

fri. 29  Spring Egg-stravaganza! A Celebration of Animals that Hatch from Eggs — Drop in for an egg-stremely fun time at Tifft Nature Preserve, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. More...

Theatre

thurs. 28  Cannibal the Musical — Written by Trey Parker, one of the creators of “South Park” and “The Book of Mormon,” and directed by Drew McCabe for Theater Jugend. Performances: 8 p.m. More...


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