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January 14, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Chrysler sets example of public-private partnership

Bee Editorial

Quite often, corporate America gets painted in the media as being out of touch with the small-town communities throughout our country.  More...

Spindle items

• WINTER’S BACK— Did you have a tough time getting to work Friday? Me too.  When I woke up at about 6 a.m., I discovered that about a foot of snow had fallen during the night. Surprise!  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Jan. 16, 1890   More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.It was nice to see that the Clarence Town Board came to its senses and re-appointed Bev Campochiaro to a term on the Clarence Youth Board. The motives of one board member were exposed once The Bee front-page article detailing this was published. More...

Education

FOOD FOR THE NEEDY

Ledgeview students Anne Finlayson, left, and Madhuri Singh from Girl Scout Troop 30943 help collect food for the Clarence Food Pantry on Jan. 8. The school holds a food collection on the first Thursday of each month. More...

On the Campus

Clarence resident Rebecca Williams has been named to the inaugural President’s List at Bob Jones University for the fall 2014 semester. Prior to this semester, all students earning a 3.0 grade point average qualified for the Dean’s List. More...

Sports

Wrestlers hitting stride with ECICs on tap

Schwab resets career win mark

Clarence’s wrestling team is entering the stretch run of its quest to claim the ECIC I regular-season title firing on nearly all cylinders, with a few grapplers in particular making huge waves with their respective performances in matches big a More...

Hockey team earns year’s second win at tournament

Clarence’s hockey team will have the chance to battle — unofficially, at this point — for the Canandaigua Tournament title at 5 p.m. More...

Team New Era Baseball holding tryouts

Team New Era Baseball will hold tryouts for its 8- and 9-year-old rookie elite travel baseball program at 3 p.m. on Sundays, Jan. 18 and 25 at New Era Park, Depew, 3950 Broadway. More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Clarence Town Heritage 2015 calendar on sale   More...

Entertainment

Family Activities

thurs. 15   More...

Theatre

thurs. 15   More...

Concerts

fri. 16  Hip-hop recording artist Cage, with special guests Ceschi Ramos, Weerd Science and Short Moscato, will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16, Studio at The Waiting Room, 334 Delaware Ave., Buffalo; $. More...

Girls tennis honored; veterans exemption approved

The Clarence High School girls tennis team may not have won any league titles this season, so they’ll have to settle for a state one instead.  More...

Campochiaro reappointed to Youth Board

The hullabaloo last week surrounding resident Beverly Campochiaro’s pending reappointment for a fourth term to the Clarence Youth Board was squashed about 35 minutes into the Town Board’s organizational meeting Jan. More...

Harris Hill school nets big donation from Chrysler test drive event

Students at Harris Hill Elementary School can thank their parents and other family friends with driver’s licenses after the school PTO received a $3,770 donation from Transitowne Jeep Chrysler Dodge Ram on Jan. More...

Local News

Legislature reorganizes, elects Mills, Lorigo

The Erie County Legislature held its annual reorganizational meeting on Thursday and elected Legislator John Mills to his second term as chairman.  Mills, who was appointed unanimously to the one-year term, said he is honored to have the support More...

INSTALLATION

Harris Hill Fire Company held its annual installation dinner Saturday, Jan. 10 at Main-Transit Fire Hall in Amherst. More...

News Brief

Town of Clarence offices located at Town Hall, 1 Town Place, as well as those located at other municipal buildings, will be closed Monday, Jan. 19, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. More...

Police Blotter

Loud muffler trouble for man with suspended license

Saturday, Jan. 3  • A vehicle was reportedly driving recklessly northbound on Transit Road. The vehicle crossed into Niagara County before the arrival of patrols.  Sunday, Jan. 4  More...

Obituaries

Bishop Bernard J. McLaughlin dies, auxiliary bishop emeritus of Buffalo

The Most Rev. Bernard J. McLaughlin, auxiliary bishop emeritus of the Diocese of Buffalo, died Monday evening, Jan. 5, 2015, at his home in Kenmore, one day before he would have celebrated the 46th anniversary of his ordination as a bishop.  More...

Patricia ‘Trish’ Hartmayer, Clarence Center Elementary aide

Patricia “Trish” Hartmayer (nee O’Brien), died Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015. She was 66.  Mrs. More...

Death Notice

WEBER, David E., of Clarence, died Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015. Mr. Weber is survived by his wife, Marsha (nee Little); sons Gregory and Andrew; six grandchildren; and his mother, Phyllis (nee Reukauf). A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. More...

Lifestyles

Blogger delves into history of Buffalo ‘one street at a time’

In 1813, Sarah Lovejoy chose to defend her home, sending her son into the woods, as the burning of Buffalo filled the city with smoke. More...

Benefit for Paul Coleman at Our Lady of Peace set

A benefit for Paul Coleman, a 30-year-old Clarence resident who is battling peritoneal mesothelioma, will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17, in the Monsignor Hammerl Hall at Our Lady of Peace Church, 10950 Main St. More...

Youth Bureau Information Series

Each month, the Clarence Youth Board and Youth Bureau will provide information addressing current issues pertinent to youth and families. January’s topic: The “Me Generation.”  More...

Business

Plenty of opportunities to network in new year

January is traditionally a slow time for many of our businesses. While the Chamber realizes this, we have made it a point to provide extra opportunities for networking and/or advertising.  More...

BBB offers tips to avoid scams in 2015

With 2015 in full swing, individuals have begun working on New Year’s resolutions such as eating healthier, getting organized or finding a new job. More...

Delaney joins WBBZ sales team

Williamsville resident LouAnn Delaney has been named account executive at WBBZ-TV.  Delaney comes to the local television station after spending two decades at the Hamburg Fairgrounds, where she served as marketing and public relations director. More...


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