Weekly Feature



October 23, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

THE TRAINING EDGE

Muay Thai Master Hung Train, center, observes as Kim Czwojdak of Cheektowaga delivers a knee strike to James Boglioli of Clarence at The Training Edge martial arts studio during an open house event on Saturday.   More...

25 YEARS IN CLARENCE

The Podge, located at 10205 Main St., celebrated 25 years in business on Saturday afternoon with a celebration sponsored by the Clarence Chamber of Commerce. Owners Rebecca Vara, left, and Nora Drogi greeted and thanked guests who came. More...

Editorials

Flu vaccine mandate protects all who are involved

Bee Editorial

The state Department of Health has issued a mandate for health care workers and volunteers that some find offensive to their privacy, but we see it as a measure that would benefit both patients and staff.  More...

Spindle items

• CANDIDATES — Monday night’s candidate forum sponsored by the Clarence Chamber of Commerce helped the individuals running for office voice their opinions on how they would shape the future. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Oct. 25, 1888   Mr. E. Frick of Harris Hill and a hired boy dug 60 bushels of potatoes in 4 hours.  Mr. F.D. More...

Police Blotter

Temporary vehicle too nice to give back to dealer

Saturday, Oct. 12  • A resident of Boncrest Drive East reported that his girlfriend took his car the day before and had never returned. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.For Halloween, please remind children and parents not to go to homes without lights on. Halloween can be difficult for some older people.  .Chris Collins said he was misled by freshman Sen. More...

Education

District discusses Buffalo proposal

The Williamsville School Board during its Oct. 8 meeting, discussed a request made by the Buffalo Public Schools regarding the acceptance of transfer students from the Buffalo Schools.  More...

Sports

Red Devil gridders cap regular season with shutout

Emaure Williams and Stephen Marzano took turns sharing the spotlight Friday night, as the pair handled all of the scoring responsibilities for Clarence’s football team in the Red Devils’ 28-0 win over Niagara Falls.  More...

Host teams win muddy Fall Classic

Cross country

Clarence’s cross country team hosted the 32nd annual Clarence Fall Classic at Akron Falls Park Saturday, but the Red Devils could’ve easily renamed the meet a Tough Mudder event, as coach John Hunt noted that there are still running shoes More...

Boys soccer claims league title in finale

Despite what coach Mike Silverstein called “a shaky start” to Thursday’s league finale against Lancaster, Clarence’s boys soccer team was able to clinch both the top seed among Class AA squads and its seventh consecutive ECIC More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Clarence Toastmasters invites new members   More...

Casilio, DiCostanzo make cases for re-election

Councilmen Patrick Casilio and Peter DiCostanzo reintroduced themselves to voters during a candidates forum hosted by the Clarence Chamber of Commerce on Monday night in Town Hall. More...

Town opens up discussion on master plan

A public hearing to discuss updating the town’s Master Plan 2015 — an update that will become Master Plan 2025 — was held during the Clarence Planning Board meeting on Oct. More...

School Board receives third Enrichment Foundation donation

The Clarence School Board on Monday accepted a check for nearly $36,000 from the Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation.  The donation will restore boys freshman basketball, boys and girls modified basketball, boys modified wrestling, art partn More...

Local News

Police track down vehicle in Big Lots theft

Three individuals were charged with petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property after they were apprehended following the report of a larceny from the Big Lots store on Transit Road in Clarence around 2 p.m. on Oct. 14.  More...

Candidates forum offers insight before election

The Clarence Chamber of Commerce hosted a candidate forum for individuals running for both town and countywide offices on Monday night at Clarence Town Hall.  More...

Academy of Business and Finance starts second year of program instruction

The Clarence High School Academy of Business and Finance started its second year of instruction in September with more than 75 students participating.  “Our returning students are excited to be moving up to the next level of the program, More...

Letters to the Editor

Reasons evident to re-elect Casilio

I have known Patrick Casilio Jr. for 45 years, and I want to share with you why I feel he would be a great choice to continue on the Clarence Town Board.  More...

‘Makeover’ at bar a big success

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the great volunteers who showed up on Oct. More...

Neighbors helpful after taking fall

Many thanks to all of the individuals who helped me get up when I recently fell while walking my dog. My collie, “Jenny,” also says thank you.  Clarence is truly a community of helpful neighbors. More...

Obituaries

William R. Weber Jr., retired Alden teacher

William R. Weber, Jr., 61, of Alden, died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013.  Mr. Weber, who was born in Buffalo, retired after 33 years as an industrial technology teacher from Alden Central School.  The owner of the Weber Christmas Tree Farm, Mr. More...

Mark K. Nichols, truck driver

Mark K. Nichols, 53, formerly of Williamsville, died Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013.  Mr. More...

Death Notices

AIKIN, Robert C., formerly of Clarence, died Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. Mr. More...

Lifestyles

Passion, optimism precede Buffalo’s Young Preservationists

The grassroots initiative moves more than buildings

Despite the number of ma jor issues webbing the City of Buffalo’s evolution, it’s evident that area natives maintain a sense of pride in the place they call “home.” More...

Sweet Charlotte’s hosting Autumn Fest

Sweet Charlotte’s, 10255 Main St., will host its inaugural Autumn Fest from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. 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

Passport celebrates five years in Clarence

Passport Wine & Spirits opened five years ago today in its 10,000-square-foot home at 8855 Main St. More...

Hearts and Hands hosting wellness fair at Bristol Village

Hearts and Hands will host a health and wellness fair at Bristol Village, 8445 Clarence Center Road, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13. The event is sponsored by Hearts and Hands’ Clarence Community Outreach Council.  More...

Halloween event at Eastern Hills Mall to benefit Hospice children’s services

Eastern Hills Mall will once again be providing a safe trick-or-treating experience during its annual “Mall-O-Ween Extravaganza” from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. More...


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