Weekly Feature



September 3, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Legislative Breakfast, Golf Classic on deck for Chamber

The Clarence Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for a busy September as two of its biggest events are scheduled to take place during the next two weeks — the Legislative Breakfast on Saturday, Sept. 6, and the Golf Outing Saturday, Sept. 13. More...

Editorials

Support charity’s global mission on a local scale

Bee Editorial

The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been at the top of newscasts and on the front pages of national newspapers for weeks. More...

Spindle items

• BACK TO SCHOOL — Today is the first day of school for many students in Clarence. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Sept. 5, 1889   More...

Police Blotter

Store clerk caught discounting for friends

Saturday, Aug. 23  • Deputies responded to a report of customer trouble at Kenyon’s Variety Store on Goodrich Road. A group of teens was advised to leave the store and not return.  More...

Obituaries

Death Notices

DAVIDSON, Mark C., of Clarence, died Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014. Mr. More...

Sports

High School Sports Calendar

Wednesday, September 3Boys volleyball:  at Sweet Home, 5 p.m.Girls volleyball:  Sacred Heart, 6 p.m.Boys golf:  Williamsville South, 4:15 p.m.Girls golf:  at Williamsville East (at Audubon), 4:15 p.m.Thursday, September 4Boys socc More...

Football team looking to expand horizons

Clarence’s football team is hoping to improve its fortunes this fall by diving a little deeper into the playbook — on both sides of the ball — after going 2-7 overall in 2013.  More...

State qualifier to lead boys’ senior contingent

Golf

Senior Andrew Kempton certainly proved he has the skill to be one of the area’s best golfers after placing second in last spring’s Section VI championships at River Oaks Country Club in Grand Island.  More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Flight 3407 Memorial Race registration open   More...

Spaulding Green changes denied by town

Spaulding Green, a 380-lot subdivision north of Greiner Road and east of Goodrich Road, hit a roadblock during the Clarence Town Board meeting Aug. More...

Clarence group assisting orphans affected by Ebola outbreak

As health officials try to contain the most recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa, a Clarence-based organization is doing its part to assist children that have been orphaned by the epidemic. (See editorial on page four) More...

A NICE DAY FOR A PICNIC

John Szymanski, wife Denise, son JT, 10, and daughter Delaney, 8, of the Town of Tonawanda, enjoy a picnic at Clarence Town Park.   More...

Local News

Supernatural historian to present on War of 1812

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Supernatural historian and author Mason Winfield will be visiting the Clarence Town Park Club House, 10405 Main St., at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. More...

Suicide prevention coalition, county raises awareness

During National Suicide Prevention Week, the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Erie County will be spreading awareness through various events.  More...

Honsberger recognized for 65 years of fire service with Clarence Center VFC

Clarence Center Fire Company recognized Dale Honsberger for 65 years of dedicated service to the residents of the Town of Clarence in advance of last weekend’s annual Labor Day Fair.  Honsberger has been chairman of the fair for 45 years a More...

Letters to the Editor

Center elections need to change

It is once again nearing time for the Clarence Senior Center Board of Directors to elect board members.  The board exercises a “self-elect” process, bypassing the rights of dues-paying members to elect board members. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.I do not live adjacent to the new Spaulding Green Development but concerning the proposed changes to the design, I would urge our town board to vote no. More...

Education

Enrichment fund to host inaugural golf event

The Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation will hold its inaugural Golf Outing on Saturday, Sept. More...

Lifestyles

Clarence Center Volunteer Fire Company Benevolent Association’s Annual Labor Day Fair

Aug. 30 – Sept. 1, 2014

A view of the fairway during the Clarence Center Fire Company Labor Day Fair Sunday evening. More...

Labor Day contest winners

The Clarence Bee hosted a coloring contest during the Clarence Center Fire Company’s annual Labor Day Fair last weekend. More...

Tailgating experience brings Bills fans together

As the temperature outside goes from being humid to a bit more crisp, one thing is for certain: football season isn’t far down the road.  More...

Business

Ideal You proving weight loss success

For people looking to make a change in their overall health or appearance, weight loss is often one of the first goals.  The Ideal You Weight Loss Center, located at 8241 Sheridan Drive in Clarence, has seen much success in helping its clients r More...

Chamber kicking off new sponsorship initiative

The Chamber is very excited to kick off a new program that allows sponsors to be recognized and acknowledged for their generous support. The Investors Club allows businesses, organizations or individuals to make a once a year sponsorship donation. More...

Fischer named business women association’s Emerging Leader

Clarence Center resident Heidi Fischer was honored with the Emerging Leader Award during the American Business Women’s Association of Western New York annual celebration held in June at Pearl Street Grill in Buffalo.  More...


Clarence Special Events 2018
Click for schedule