Weekly Feature



October 14, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Special painting to be unveiled at Sacred Heart Home

When Diane Szulist attended the estate sale of Leo and Irene Rozak, something caught her eye. Szulist noticed an intricately detailed painting of the holy family gathered outside, with a sprawling, mountainous valley landscape in the background. More...

Editorials

Now is the time to get vaccinated

Bee Editorial

Autumn 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

• CAREER DAY — Last Friday, I had the honor of hosting four Clarence High School sophomores as part of the Academy of Business and Finance Career Shadow Day. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Oct. 16, 1890 The Farmers Club of Harris Hill met Saturday evening and was not very well attended. If more would attend and discuss the different topics, it would enlighten a young farmer and sometimes older ones would pick up a point. More...

Obituaries

Death Notice

COX, William J., died Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015. More...

Sports

Girls soccer tops Lancaster, wins league title

Sydney Cerza scores 100th goal, helps squad earn third consecutive ECIC I title

Clarence’s girls soccer team locked down its third consecutive ECIC I regular season championship October 5 when it defeated Lancaster, 8-2. More...

Cerza credits teammates, training coach as having role in her scoring success

Sydney Cerza might be atop the list of all-time goal scorers in Clarence’s girls soccer program — by a long shot — but it’s not been a solo effort. More...

Cross-country teams fare well at Manhattan Invitational

Clarence’s cross-country program got a preview of sorts of the experience that comes with competing at the state championships — if the Red Devils are fortunate enough to qualify for them, either as individuals or entire teams — by More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Haunted house to benefit ALS foundation   More...

Entertainment

Walking Tours

thurs. 15   Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus — See inside some of the new research facilities and watch the construction cranes at work, 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, meet at Innovation Center, 640 Ellicott St., Buffalo; $. More...

Family Activities

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Special Events

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Halloween in the Park returns next week

For those looking to get into the Halloween spirit earlier than the last day of the month, the Clarence Youth Bureau’s seventh annual Halloween in the Park event provides a safe, family-friendly occasion to do so.  More...

Loss of key volunteer leads to slight changes at book sale

The Clarence Public Library has been offering free and discounted programming to patrons for years, ranging from reading and educational programs for children, to family entertainment and author speaking engagements. More...

Local News

Separate incidents yield DWI, marijuana possession charges

Two men are facing driving while intoxicated charges, in addition to drug possession for one of them, after separate incidents in Clarence during the first weekend of October.  More...

Traffic stop leads to drug, alcohol charges

A Hamburg teen is facing drug and alcohol possession charges after he was pulled over for a minor traffic violation in Clarence on Sunday.  More...

Catapult competition this weekend at pumpkin farm

The 10th annual Trebuchet Pumpkin Catapult is part of this weekend’s activities at the Great Pumpkin Farm’s Fall Festival. More...

Police Blotter

Low-flying helicopter concerns residents

Saturday, Oct. 3  • A 32-year-old woman was charged with petit larceny after she entered J.C. Penney and allegedly put on a pair of earrings and concealed a shirt in her purse. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Guess what, teachers? You are to blame, at least for a good part of the tax increase. You got a big raise on top of your bloated step increase. You pay only a small percentage towards your health insurance. More...

Education

‘Drive for Kids’ nets nearly $2,700 for Clarence schools

The Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation and Harris Hill Elementary held a Chrysler Drive for the Kids event on Oct. 8 at Harris Hill, raising $2,690 shared by both the foundation and the elementary school.  More...

College Night for students with disabilities set for next week at UB

The Western New York Collegiate Consortium of Disability Advocates will welcome guests to the group’s 30th annual College Night for Students with Disabilities at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. More...

Lifestyles

Steel Crazy Iron Art......

Handcrafting interior, exterior products that reflect meaning

Steel is commonly used in the construction of roads, railways and other infrastructure, but Ed and Brian Hogle saw its potential to become a piece of art. More...

Concert planned to help families during holidays

The Clarence Youth Board will host a concert to benefit local families this holiday season at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, at Clarence High School, 9625 Main St. 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...

Business

Library fundraiser, child car seat safety inspection planned

Erie County Legislator Ed Rath will host a hot dog roast fundraiser to benefit the Newstead Library from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at the front entrance of the library, 33 Main St., Akron.  More...

Halloween horse show this weekend

Spruce Meadow Farm, 10333 Keller Road, will host a Halloween Horse Show at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 18.  More...

Smilanich promoted at Clarence M&T

Getzville resident George Smilanich has been promoted to senior branch manager at the 10614 Main St. More...


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