Weekly Feature



September 16, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Public hearings set for separate residential projects

Two projects that have raised the concerns of neighboring residents will have their day in court after public hearings for both were scheduled during the Sept. More...

Editorials

Casting your vote is a serious responsibility

Bee Editorial

Every year by mid-September, we start to hear the call to “get out and vote” as November’s general election approaches. More...

Spindle items

• COLORING BOOKS — When I was young, one of my favorite activities was coloring. Few things were more enjoyable to this 6-year-old — beside my bike or Nintendo — than a fresh box of crayons and a brand new Super Mario Bros. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Sept. 18, 1890 A great many of the farmers are availing themselves of the opportunity of taking one dollar per bushel for their wheat. More...

Police Blotter

Credit union customer banned for harassment

Saturday, Sept. 5  • Deputies stopped a vehicle on Goodrich Road that was being operated by a 57-year-old male. The man was ticketed for driving an unregistered vehicle. He was also ticketed for driving without a license. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.I would like to extend a thank you to a business that decided to put blacktop sealer on its parking lot at 7 on a Sunday morning on a holiday weekend with high heat and humidity. More...

Sports

Girls soccer team crushes three, shuts out two

Clarence’s girls soccer team showed no mercy to any of its three most recent opponents, outscoring Jamestown, West Seneca West and Orchard Park by a combined 19-1 to improve to 4-1 on the season.  More...

Football team bounces back wins AA North opener

Angelo Marzullo and Stephen Marzano combined efforts to produce all four touchdowns and more than 90 percent of the yards Clarence gained on the ground as a team Friday night as the Red Devils defeated Riverside, 31-12, to win their Class AA North de More...

New faces to fill key roles in girls swimming lineup

Clarence’s girls swimming team has created quite the legacy during the three years since coach Joe Zwierzchowski came on board, and 2014 was no exception: a 10-0 record against ECIC I competition, large school titles at both the ECIC and Sectio More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Flight 3407 Memorial 5K returns next month   More...

Business

Scarecrow festival returns this month

As the autumn leaves start to fall, the summer season of fun events also slows down. However, that is not the case for the Clarence Hollow Association. More...

Hydrocephalus Association walk to raise funds for treatment, cure

More than 1 million Americans are living with hydrocephalus — a condition where fluid accumulates on the brain — according to the Hydrocephalus Association, yet awareness is low and new treatments have not emerged in 50 years. More...

Rummel named Buffalo regional manager with Nothnagle Realtors

Clarence resident John Rummel has joined Nothnagle Realtors management team as Buffalo regional manager.  More...

Casilio wins supervisor primary

Sillars defeats Kloss in town justice race

Town Councilman Patrick Casilio Jr. defeated incumbent Town Supervisor David Hartzell Jr. More...

Benefit planned for resident battling ALS

A Clarence Center family is hoping that a fundraising event for its patriarch will help boost his spirits and outlook following his diagnosis with ALS earlier this year.  More...

Local News

Clarence father, son to see Pope Francis in Philadelphia

When Pope Francis makes his way to the United States later this month for his first-ever visit to the country, a Clarence father and son will make the journey to Philadelphia to be in his presence.  More...

Scouting Jamboree returns to Town Park

The second annual Clarence Scouting Jamboree is scheduled to take place Saturday, Oct. 3, at Main Street Town Park, 10405 Main St.  Cub Scout packs from Clarence — No. 27 Clarence Center, No. 93 Harris Hill, No. 563 Sheridan Hill and No. More...

Labor Day weekend patrols result in multiple charges

Multiple people are facing driving while intoxicated and other charges after law enforcement officials ramped up traffic patrols — including multiple checkpoints — throughout Labor Day weekend.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Judge values primary day support

I would like to express my deep appreciation to the voters of the Town of Clarence who supported me in the Republican, Democratic, Conservative and Independence parties’ primary elections. More...

Thank you for opportunity to lead

I would like to thank my family, friends, committeemen and the voters for all of their support in my run for Clarence Town Supervisor. More...

Education

BACK TO SCHOOL

Clarence Middle School Principal Bob Moore, left, and Clarence Town Supervisor David Hartzell, center, greet students Amelia Wells, second from left, Declan Hurley and Ethan Harris on Sept. 8 — the first day of class at Clarence Middle School. More...

Lifestyles

'In the Heights' opens MusicalFare's 2015-16 season

Lights came up on Washington Heights last week at MusicalFare Theater, when its Curtain Up production of “In the Heights” opened, beginning the company’s 26th season. More...

Clarence High School band sub sale returns

Clarence High School band students will be visiting door to door through the community selling freshly made subs on Saturday, Sept. 19. The subs will be available from 11 a.m. until all are sold. 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. More...

Entertainment

Walking Tours

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Theatre

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Live Local

fri. 18   Gitdrum Bros. — With Carl Motyka, 6 p.m., Dwyer’s Irish Pub, 65 Webster St., North Tonawanda; $. 692-4837  Greg & Dylan — From The Muckrakers, 6 p.m., Mac’s On Hertel, 1435 Hertel Ave., Buffalo. More...


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