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November 27, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Town to review past meetings before approving development changes

Developer Domenic Piestrak requested an amended concept plan approval on already approved plans for the Spaulding Green subdivision, located near Goodrich and Greiner roads, during the Nov. 20 Clarence Town Board meeting.  More...

Editorials

Don’t let ‘getting more’ replace giving thanks

Bee Editorial

Stores announced this year earlier opening times in anticipation of Black Friday, with Target opening its doors to shoppers at 8 p.m. Thanksgiving Day, an hour earlier than a year ago, to kick off the holiday shopping season. More...

Spindle items

• THANKSGIVING — Thanksgiving is my hands-down favorite holiday of the year.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Nov. 29, 1888   Mr. Wendelin Pautler of Swormville received a fine lot of Domestic sewing machines at Transit Station the past week.  The freeze has improved the roads.  More...

Education

European students get taste of culture, community

Hosting a foreign exchange student forges lifelong bonds between cultures, communities and students — a sentiment with which several Clarence residents would wholeheartedly agree.  More...

Lifestyles

Antique toys carry hidden values from childhood

Rust, dents, chipped paint and faded colors all show glimpses into a once beloved childhood toy, lost to adulthood and quickly forgotten.  More...

Clarence seniors selling movie/dinner packages

Between now and Dec. 4, people can purchase two tickets good at any Regal Cinema nationwide plus a $50 restaurant.com gift card for $35. Proceeds from the sale benefit Clarence High School senior class activities and the post-prom party. More...

Library Calendar

Story programs  More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Harris Hill UMC plans craft show, wreath sale   Harris Hill United Methodist Church will host its annual craft show and wreath sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at the church, 8495 Main St. Admission is free or a good-will offering. More...

Business

Pediatric group rebranded as Integrity Health

The area’s largest pediatric medical practice has recently created a new corporate identity that will place its four local offices under the umbrella of the new Integrity Health Group.  More...

Collins advocates for fracking, criticizes Cuomo

While speaking on the House floor on Nov. 20 in support of legislation to limit the ability of the Obama administration to regulate hydraulic fracturing — or fracking, Rep. Chris Collins criticized Gov. More...

Food Truck Rodeo returns to Eastern Hills Mall

Eastern Hills Mall is supporting Small Business Saturday on Saturday, Nov. 30.  The mall has a 43 percent occupancy rate of locally owned small businesses, all under one roof.  More...

Day in the Park requests no competition

The fight for the Fourth of July is heating up in Clarence, and it’s not yet Thanksgiving.  More...

Israeli woman shares minority experience

Magda Mansour is a college-educated teacher and mother of four. While those qualities don’t make her unique, the fact that she comes from a small minority ethnic group in the Middle East does.  More...

Local News

UB ministry offers free life coaching for veterans

On Veterans Day, the Newman Center at the University at Buffalo announced the start of a new program that offers free life coaching to interested veterans.  “The main purpose of this is to help these military people reintegrate into civili More...

Town hopes 19th-century building can be saved

A small contingent of Clarence officials, including three members of the Town Board, two members of the Historic Preservation Committee and Planning Board Chairman Robert Sackett, toured a building last week at 10647 Main St. More...

Historical Society plans Pearl Harbor Day event

The Clarence Historical Society is hosting a special program on Pearl Harbor Day featuring a “Day of Infamy” speech re-enactment at noon, Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Historical Society museum, 10465 Main St.  More...

Police Blotter

Party at Kippen Drive residence spills outside

Saturday, Nov. 16  • Deputies responded to the report of a loud party on Kippen Drive. The homeowner was advised to keep all of the guests inside and to turn the music down.  Sunday, Nov. 17  More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Are the parks closed in November? During last Saturday’s beautiful weather, a couple friends and I wanted to play tennis at Town Place Park. More...

Sports

Championship contenders represented on First Team

2013 All-Bee Football — Defense

The majority of the First Team All-stars on defense for the 2013 All-Bee Football Team have a championship pedigree, as evidenced by how many of them helped lift their schools to prominent places in the playoff spotlight this fall. More...

Basketball previews on tap

The Bee will kick off its coverage of the 2013-14 winter sports season next week with previews of the boys and girls basketball teams. More...

All-Bee Football Teams names, process explained

Given the tremendous annual success of the All-Bee Basketball Team, along with the recent successful debut of several other All-Bee teams, The Bee decided to continue with the papers’ all-star recognition this fall with the second annual instal More...

Entertainment

Theatre

ongoing: now-Nov. 29   More...

Holiday

thurs. 28  Thanksgiving Chinese Show — 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28, at the Seneca Niagara Casino Events Center, 310 Fourth St., Niagara Falls; $. 1-877-873-6322, www.senecaniagaracasino.com  fri. 29   More...

Family Activities

fri. 29  Turkey Stroll — The day after Thanksgiving is a great time for a walk in the woods, 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 29, at Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve, 93 Honorine Drive, Depew; Free - registration required. More...


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