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April 30, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

ARBOR DAY

Madeline McDonald, left, twin sisters Addison and Alexa Leluck, and Henry Schoeburn water a Malus Sugar Tyme tree on the grounds of the Clarence Public Library on Friday to commemorate Arbor Day.   More...

Editorials

Proposed facility will help homeless female vets

Bee Editorial

Even in 2014, many of us view the U.S. military as an overwhelmingly male organization. However, according to the U.S. More...

Spindle items

• TEST STRESS — The Scholastic Aptitude Test is this weekend at Clarence High School. More...

Out of the Past Even black and white cartoons qualify as fine art

125 Years Ago May 2, 1889   On Monday last, Mr. Chas. Lewis resigned his position as principal of our public school. Miss Stella Graves succeeds him with Miss Clara Wiedman as assistant. More...

Police Blotter

Man accused of stealing ‘magic’ trading cards

Saturday, April 19  • A 30-year-old man was charged with petit larceny after he allegedly stole “Magic The Gathering” cards valued at $100.  • A 26-year-old man was charged with petit larceny after he allegedly stole p More...

Obituaries

Maureen T. Mockler, Clarence, Lancaster educator

Maureen Therese Mockler (nee Statler), 66, of Clarence, died Friday, Feb. 7, 2014.  Growing up in Lancaster, Mrs. Mockler attended St. More...

Sports

Dousing of Lady Flames highlights softball’s three wins

A two-week layoff wasn’t enough to derail Clarence’s softball team Wednesday, as the Lady Red Devils kicked off a stretch of three games in as many days by pounding Williamsville East into submission.  More...

Girls lacrosse wins twice in busy week

Clarence’s girls lacrosse team picked up some steam towards the end of what was a busy week last week, knocking off Pennsylvania’s McDowell on Friday less than 24 hours before taking down West Seneca East to post a 2-2 split during its st More...

Pair of victoriess keep tennis squad perfect

Clarence’s boys tennis team improved to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in ECIC I last week behind wins over Williamsville North and West Seneca West.  More...

Business

Area veterans can seek weight management assistance through TeleMOVE!

Struggling with excess weight is a problem that all too many people face alone. However, veterans in Western New York can find a great deal of assistance through the TeleMOVE! Virtual Program offered by the Department of Veteran Affairs.  More...

‘May Flower Days’ usher in Farmers Market season

This column is produced by the Clarence Hollow Farmers Market.  You are “where” you eat is as important to your health as you are “what” you eat.  More...

Clarence bookstore owner honored by UB for hosting internships

Kim Krug, owner of Monkey See, Monkey Do … Children’s Bookstore in Clarence, was honored by the UB School of Management’s Frank L. More...

Hollow Bistro gets demo permit, will expand

Plans for the Hollow Bistro to demolish an existing structure on its property moved forward during the April 23 town Planning Board meeting.  During the meeting, residents of the Hollow spoke in favor of the owners’ plans to demolish the f More...

Book sale returns to support library programming

The Friends of the Clarence Public Library will be bringing back the group’s semiannual book sale, beginning with a members-only preview night on Wednesday, May 7, and continuing through Saturday, May 10.  More...

Erie County American Legion Family seeks housing for homeless female veterans

Homeless female veterans may soon have housing, child care services and additional support under one roof in Erie County.  (See editorial on page four)  More...

Local News

Two Niagara County residents charged with DWI

New York State troopers charged two Niagara County residents with driving while intoxicated in Clarence last weekend.  According to a press release from the State Police, troopers stopped a gray minivan at about 1:30 a.m. More...

Erie County recognizes ‘National Infant Immunization Week’

The Erie County Department of Health recognizes the week of April 26 to May 3 as “National Infant Immunization Week.”  This is an annual observance to highlight protecting infants from vaccine-preventable diseases and to celebrate th More...

Florida vacation, Maine condo stay highlight St. Mary’s auction

A weeklong Florida vacation, a one-week stay at a Maine condo, gourmet dinners, country club golf outings and overnight hotel packages are several items up for bid at the annual St. Mary’s of Swormville Parish Auction at 6:30 p.m. More...

Letters to the Editor

Strike plaza egress from future plans

I am a resident of Eastbrooke Place. I have lived there since 1996. I attended the Town Hall meetings several years ago and in early March of this year regarding the proposed egress to Greiner Road for Eastgate Plaza.  More...

Egg hunt proves great success

The Clarence Kiwanis Club’s 12th annual Easter egg hunt at the Main Street Town Park was a great success. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Sen. Ranzenhofer has been advocating for a toll-free zone between the main line Williamsville toll barrier and the Transit Road exit. The time for advocating is long past; action is needed now. More...

Education

Clarence High School students, faculty receiving CPR training this week

Clarence High School is taking an important step forward to arm students with a lifesaving skill that can potentially save sudden cardiac arrest victims. More...

Lifestyles

Disc golf is in the air

With warm weather finally making its appearance, folks are headed outside to greet the sun and stretch their legs, which brings a desire for fun, free recreational activities.   More...

Pancake breakfast scheduled at Harris Hill

The Harris Hill Ladies Auxiliary will host a pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday, May 4, at Harris Hill Fire Company, 8630 Main St. Tickets cost $5.50 presale and $6 at the door. More...

Life is victorious beyond the Easter season

Figuring God out is tricky. So many perspectives on faith. It’s a constant battle. Why did this happen? How did that happen?  We are not the first to ask. More...


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