Weekly Feature



October 8, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Ledgeview Elementary school honored with award

Ledgeview Elementary School in Clarence will be recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School once again. The school, located at 5150 Old Goodrich Road, was also awarded the distinction in 2008.  More...

Editorials

Stay healthy during the dreaded flu season

A utumn is officially upon us. It is a season full of carving pumpkins, navigating corn mazes and sipping hot apple cider. Unfortunately, it is also the advent of flu season. More...

Spindle items

DRUG DISPOSAL — Last week, our sister paper The East Aurora Bee published a story about a new prescription drug receptacle that was installed on the grounds of East Aurora Village Hall.  More...

Someone explain to me why legalizing pot is a good idea

The determined effort to legalize “small amounts” of marijuana in New York State for recreational use should not be confused with any sort of realization that smoking pot is healthy or acceptable.  This column is not intended as a di More...

Education

Students taking leadership role at homecoming carnival

The Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation has announced the entertainment and lineup for its second annual carnival, set for Saturday, Oct. 11, in the gymnasium at Clarence High School.  More...

Sports

Girls volleyball wins own tourney, three other matches

Clarence’s girls volleyball team continued to roll through the competition over the past week and a half, kicking off its recent run with a championship in its own annual tournament before closing things with a 3-0 sweep of West Seneca West to More...

Field hockey wins five of last seven

With five games left in the regular season, Clarence’s field hockey team is poised to retain its spot atop the Class A standings — especially if it finds a way to rediscover its early-season togetherness … and offensive touch.  More...

Boys soccer’s week includes pair of double overtime tilts

Clarence’s boys soccer team found itself playing in a variety of games in its most recent stretch, though the two most recent contests — against Lancaster and Williamsville North — both needed two overtime sessions to ultimately det More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Lake Effect chorus seeks participants for show   More...

Business

Public Notices

e-mail: legals@beenews.com • Clarence Bee legal deadline Friday at 5 pm.

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Events

Consultants Network to hold meeting Oct. 13   More...

Nail Studio & Spa 2 caters to cleanliness

Richard Tluyiih’s first salon — Nail Studio & Spa on Niagara Falls Boulevard in Amherst — excelled at providing customers with a relaxing and safe experience. More...

Proposed projects concern residents

A proposed industrial park located off Wehrle Drive, west of Shisler Road, was met with criticism during the town Planning Board meeting on Oct. 1.  More...

Fall harvest

Hillery Duman and Michael Dennies of Clarence look at vegetables during a trip to the Clarence Hollow Farmers Market on Saturday. More...

Local News

Town Board Agenda

7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8 1 Town Place   More...

Sisters of St. Joseph to host open house

The Sisters of St. Joseph will celebrate 160 years in the Buffalo Diocese with an open house event from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 19, at the Sisters’ Clarence residence, 4975 Strickler Road.  More...

News Brief

The Clarence Town Board will hold a special 2015 budget meeting with representatives of the Parks, Animal Control and Highway departments at 9 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, in the Town Board Conference Room at Town Hall, 1 Town Place. More...

Police Blotter

Appliances go missing when tenant moves out

Saturday, Sept. 27   Deputies responded to a two-vehicle accident on Main Street. A 20-year-old man was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree and following too closely. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Clarence residents, if you want to see a terrible waste of money, go pay your taxes in person and you will get to see a town clerk who sits at her desk in a small office and never does anything, a deputy town clerk who does a little something or oth More...

Obituaries

Martha J. Kelkenberg, registered nurse

Martha J. Kelkenberg (nee Williams), 54, of Clarence, died Saturday, Oct 4, 2014.  Mrs. More...

Leroy E. Rosenthal, bricklayer

LeroyE.Rosenthal, 91, of Swormville, died  Wednesday, Oct.  1, 2014.  Mr. Rosenthal served in the  U.S. More...

Death Notice

BAUER, Dolores M., of Clarence, died Saturday, Oct 4, 2014. Mrs. Bauer is survived by two daughters, Donna Hopkins and Diane Stahley; two grandchildren; two brothers, Thomas and Donald; and two sisters, Carolyn Feller and Margie Wynn. More...

Lifestyles

Chair of death

From creation in Buffalo to international debate

“A cup adjusted to the head of a man bound captive in a strange-looking chair, a lever quickly swung around the arc of a semi-circle, a quick convulsion, a sudden revival of muscular action, another turn of the lever, a pause, a room filled wit 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...

CLERGY COLUMN

Start your days from peace, not chaos

I was listening to music from Mumford and Sons this week. A great band! One of their songs is called “Where Are You Now?” and the chorus sounds like this: “And where are you now? Where are you now? Do you ever think of me? More...


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