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June 12, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

DRESSED TO IMPRESS

Aryanah Rivera takes a photo of Holly Trombetto and Dale Payne during the Clarence High School senior prom held at the Buffalo Marriott Niagara on Friday. More...

Editorials

Criticism of marching band unwarranted

Bee Editorial

Last week we published a letter to the editor that drew quite the response from the community, and rightly so. More...

Spindle items

• RADON — The harmful chemical radon can accumulate over long periods of time in houses, especially basements. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago June 14, 1888   A fine, splendid working telephone has been placed in Eshelman’s store this week.  The Buffalo Daily Times has made its appearance on our streets. It is a lively, wide-awake paper. More...

Police Blotter

Woman spooked by lights on downstairs timer

Saturday, June 1  • Deputies responded to a two-vehicle accident on Transit Road. Two people were transported to the hospital with minor injuries. More...

Obituaries

George P. Ziemer, financial executive, Buffalo Rotarian

George P. Ziemer, 79, of Clarence, died Monday, June 10, 2013.  Mr. More...

Patrick S. Conway, Clarence High School senior

Patrick S. Conway, 18, of Clarence, died Wednesday, June 5, 2013, of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.  Mr. Conway was a senior at Clarence High School and was slated to graduate on June 22. More...

Lifestyles

The apple doesn’t fall far from the sport

Fathers’ devotion to athletics influences children, community

There’s something sacred about the time a father devotes to helping his children grow as athletes and individuals.  More...

Concert Association sets wine, cheese event

The Clarence Concert Association is sponsoring its annual music and wine event from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 14, at the Town Park Club House, 10405 Main St. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. More...

CHEERS FOR CAMP

Shelby Tasca, a Mill Middle School student and Elite Heat All-Star team member, will be attending one of the summer camps given by Elite Heat All-Stars. More...

Business

New development officer helping to lure business

The Town of Clarence hired resident Jim Rash in January to become the newest economic development officer — an arm of the town’s Industrial Development Agency.  Six months in, Rash is beginning to feel comfortable in his role as medi More...

June offerings abound at Farmers Market

The Clarence Hollow Farmers Market contributes this column monthly, May through October.  To those readers who aren’t familiar with the Clarence Hollow, it’s a dip in the road on Main Street somewhere around five miles east of Transi More...

Events

Networking mixer to include area decision-makers   More...

Gloves come off in budget debate

Tensions were high in the auditorium at Clarence High School on Monday night as the Board of Education delivered to residents what it hopes will be the final budget presentation for the 2013-14 school year. More...

Opposing school groups come together before school budget revote

A coalition of former adversaries has come together in advance of this Tuesday’s school budget revote. More...

Local News

Sheriff’s Office seeks help on hit-and-run

Three people were injured in a hit-and-run accident that occurred around 10 p.m. Friday, in the parking lot of the Walmart at 5033 Transit Road, Clarence.  More...

Mailboxes blown up by bottle bombs

Two mailboxes were blown up by soda bottle bombs in separate incidents that occurred on June 1 in a Clarence neighborhood. More...

Motorcycle crash claims second CHS student in as many months

A Clarence High School senior died on June 5 following a crash involving the teen’s motorcycle and a full-size vehicle on Main Street near Harris Hill Road. Patrick S. Conway, 18, has been identified as the operator of the motorcycle.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Event provides five scholarships

It was a beautiful, warm evening for the Clarence Women’s Club 50th annual Scholarship Card and Game Night, which was held on May 7.  Once again, through the tremendous support of the community, we were able to raise enough money to award More...

Affordable Care Act deserves fair shake

Here we go again. Chris Collins is trying to scare the public out of a much-needed program — the Affordable Care Act — saying it will force small businesses to cut jobs.  More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.To those people at the Memorial Day Parade in Clarence who complained that there were no school bands, contrary to the rumors that this was some sort of budget protest by the kids, you need to remember that the budget cuts last year eliminated the m More...

Education

On the Campus

Rocky Silvestro of Clarence graduated from Clarkson University in May with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. Silvestro was also named a Presidential Scholar for the Spring 2013 semester. More...

Sports

Baseball team reaches state final, sets wins record

Clarence’s baseball team found itself right where it wanted to be Saturday afternoon, but a seventh inning rally wasn’t enough to overcome opportunistic Baldwinsville’s earlier efforts in the Class AA state title game in Binghamton. More...

Boys team posts three top-five efforts

State track championships

Ben Reinhardt had the best day of Clarence’s six entrants in Saturday’s state track and field championships, placing third amongst Division I competitors in the 800-meter race with a time of 1:54.05.  Reinhardt’s effort was goo More...

Brockport ends softball team’s state championship defense

A second consecutive state Class AA softball championship proved elusive for Clarence this spring, as Brockport came up with a gut-wrenching 1-0 victory in June 2’s Far West Regional.  More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Harris Hill UMC plans yard sale, BBQ event   More...


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