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September 18, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Fall Fest returning to Clarence Center

A September favorite will return to Clarence when the Meet in the Center Merchants Association brings Fall Fest back for its fourth installment from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27. More...

Editorials

Foundation’s reboot effort inspiring

Bee Editorial

The Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation made a second substantial contribution to the Clarence Central School District on Monday night, providing funds for almost a dozen extracurricular clubs and sports to be reinstated.  More...

Spindle items

• AS PROMISED — One of the prizes for individuals who spun our prize wheel at the Clarence Labor Day Fair was having their names published in The Bee. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Sept. 20, 1888   A straw poll taken on train no. 77 on Tuesday, Sept. 11, the big day of the fair, gave Harrison 319 votes; Cleveland, 92; and Fisk, 49.  More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Why do we pay for union representation when all they do is take our money, tell us this is the best you can do/you better take it and, when you reach out for help, they are not there for you? More...

Sports

Girls golf coach hoping to maintain team’s excellence

There aren’t situations that a first-year coach can inherit that are much better than the one girls golf coach Scott Beebe did at Clarence this fall.  More...

Lady Red Devils win first three field hockey games

Clarence’s field hockey team recently opened its 2013 season in fine fashion, defeating Starpoint, Eden and East Aurora to start the year 3-0.  More...

Girls tennis team wins one of year’s first two matches

Clarence’s girls tennis team opened up its 2013 season on as high of a note as possible on Sept. 9, shutting out Williamsville South behind straight-set wins in all five matches.  More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Clarence High School band sub sale returns   Clarence High School band students will be visiting door to door through the community selling freshly made subs on Saturday, Sept. 21. The subs will be available from 11 a.m. until all are sold. More...

Entertainment

Theatre

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Concerts

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Dance

tues. 24  Lindy Fix — Dance to big band, classic swing and contemporary swing with DJ Mark, 8-8:30 (beginner lesson), 8:30-10 (dance), Tuesday, Sept. 24, at the Polish Cadets Hall, 927 Grant St., Buffalo; $ - no partner necessary. More...

‘Buffalo Boys’ revisits roots for Buffalo International Film Festival

Like any artist awaiting analysis of his work by the masses, filmmaker Raymond Guarnieri has found himself in a state of eager anxiety.  More...

Fund restores some programs, falls short of goal for all

The Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation made its second donation to the Clarence Central School District during the Board of Education meeting on Monday night, restoring 10 extracurricular clubs and one athletic program.  (See editorial on pa More...

Local News

Modeling, cheering gives young girl confidence

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

If you have a dream you should go for it. More...

Seven-week fall fest returns to Great Pumpkin Farm

The largest fall family event in Western New York, the Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival, opened on Sept. 14 and continues through Oct. 31. More...

News brief

The Town of Clarence Planning Board meeting scheduled for tonight has been canceled.   More...

Letters to the Editor

Concert to ring in Scarecrow Fest

As a former board member of the Clarence Hollow Association, I want to congratulate the current board of directors in planning such a fun-filled day for the community on Saturday, Sept. 21, with their Scarecrow Festival.  More...

Police Blotter

Graffiti culprits caught, agree to repaint door

Saturday, Sept. 7  • There was a report of a suspicious vehicle at a Transit Road carwash. A man was sleeping in a black Honda Civic. The vehicle drove off before the arrival of patrol.  More...

Obituaries

Urban Andrew Englert Sr., traditional milkman

Urban Andrew Englert Sr., 88, of East Amherst, died Monday, Sept. 9, 2013.  Mr. Englert was born to German immigrants and grew up in the Riverside area of Buffalo during the Great Depression. More...

Lifestyles

‘DANGEROUS’ minds seek to limit access to books

“Restriction of free thought and free speech is the most dangerous of all subversions. It is the one un-American act that could most easily defeat us,” said Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas. More...

Free concert at Asa Ransom House

In conjunction with the start of the Clarence Hollow Scarecrow Festival, a free concert will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 on the lawn of the Asa Ransom House, 10529 Main St., featuring Enchente Cabaret. 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...

Business

Oktoberfest coming to Billy Baroo’s Biergarten

Patrons of the Wehrle Golf Dome in Clarence might want to dust off their Lederhosen. More...

Scarecrow Festival highlight of Hollow fall events

The Clarence Hollow Association board of directors continues to work hard to meet the mission of the organization.  Our beautification efforts continue, and we are very happy to report that our mural dedication at the Clarence Bistro on Saturday More...

Lake Shore Savings hosts Mikey’s Way Month

In an effort to raise awareness, Lake Shore Savings is hosting Mikey’s Way Month throughout September.  Each branch is featuring a Mikey’s Cart display and will be selling raffle tickets to benefit Mikey’s Way Foundation.  More...


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