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November 25, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Use safe food preparation tips this Thanksgiving

Bee Editorial

Many families across Clarence and Western New York will celebrate Thanksgiving this week by sharing a rather large meal. More...

Spindle items

• THANKSGIVING MEMORIES — Thursday is my favorite day of the year — a day for enjoying the company of friends and family and reflecting on how much we have to be grateful for. It’s also the best meal of the year and football. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Nov. 27, 1890 There are more public holidays in Honolulu than any city in the world. More...

Police Blotter

Road rage incident involving gun sends man to jail

Saturday, Nov. 14  • Deputies responded to a road rage incident on Transit Road. One of the involved parties allegedly displayed a firearm. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Why wold Clarence High School, a school of approximately 1,500 students, select a play that accommodates only seven students on stage to participate? It’s another waste of taxpayer money. More...

Education

Sacred Heart announces honor roll

The following Clarence residents were recently named to the honor roll at Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart for the first quarter of the 2015-16 academic year:  Seniors Caitlin Conway, Isabella Falsone, Brianna McArthur and Kathleen Ryan.  More...

Sports

Girls volleyball season ends in state semis

Wins one of six sets in round-robin format

The best season in Clarence girls volleyball program history came to an end Saturday in Glens Falls as the Lady Red Devils lost to two of the other three semifinalists and tied the third during round-robin play, which was used to determine the two sq More...

Dolac tabbed Player of the Year

All-Bee Football — Defense

To be successful on the football field these days, a player has to be able to rely on more than just his physical attributes, as important as they are.  More...

Six programs boast First Team All-stars

If it’s true that the best offense is a good defense, then the seven First Team All-stars making up the defensive side of the 2015 All-Bee Football Team are perfect choices to put faces to that adage. More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Craft show scheduled at Harris Hill UMC   More...

Business

Essex Greens Phase II construction underway

Essex Homes of WNY held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. More...

Small Business Saturday back at Eastern Hills Mall

Eastern Hills Mall, 4545 Transit Road, encourages shoppers to think local while holiday shopping this year and is a sponsor of Small Business Saturday, which takes place this weekend on Nov. More...

FOR YOUR READING PLEASURE

Miranda Bagar and Leah Victor put magazines into their creation, “Bony Ned,” at the Penny Lane Cafe Nov. 13. The Clarence students designed and built the magazine rack as part of a school project.   More...

Red Mill Inn owner stymied by construction woes

Says company that removed dining cars damaged property

The owner of a Clarence landmark claims a construction company did substantial damage to it and is avoiding his calls for reparations.  More...

Clarence grad vetted for federal court bench

A 1982 Clarence High School graduate is poised to become the first woman to serve on the federal bench in Buffalo.  U.S. Sen. More...

Local News

Teen dies following Sunday accident

A Clarence teenager has died following a single car accident on Sunday morning on Tonawanda Creek Road.  According to the Erie County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were dispatched to the scene at approximately 9:30 a.m., after reports that a More...

Man charged with DWI with child in car

A West Seneca man is facing felony driving while intoxicated charges after he allegedly drove under the influence with a 3-year-old child in his vehicle.  According to state police, troopers stopped Philip Steffan, 33, on Roll Road in Clarence o More...

HEAP outreach in Clarence next month

Home Energy Assistance Program outreaches will be held throughout Erie County, with one in Clarence, to assist residents in need this year.  Legislator Edward Rath will host a HEAP outreach from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. More...

Letters to the Editor

Grant turkeys a pardon this year

While President Obama is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us can exercise that same presidential power by choosing a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance that spares a turkey’s life.  And here are some good reasons:  More...

Main Street bike lane needed

As the newly appointed volunteer Town of Clarence Conservation Board bicycling advocate, it is my desire to advocate for those of us who care about bicycling and bike path safety.  I need to ask those who are willing, to participate in an emergi More...

Obituaries

Charles E. Fink, Amherst Roofing Company owner

Charles Eugene Fink, of Williamsville, died Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015. He was 90.  Mr. Fink was an All-High left-handed pitcher and outfielder for the Bennett High School baseball team. More...

Death Notice

MOULTRUP, Joan L. (nee Hoehman), of Clarence, died Friday, Nov. 20, 2015. More...

Lifestyles

The Hockey Mom Foundation...

supporting cancer research, education for hockey players

Off the ice, a hockey mom is her child’s biggest defender. She supports his or her endeavors and passion for the game.  More...

Student Council food, clothing drive scheduled

The Clarence High School Student Council will host its annual food and clothing drive from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, at the front entrance of the school, located at 9625 Main St. More...

PARADE OF SAINTS

Jacob Talbot, left, Nathan Glenn, Meghan Coffey, the Rev. Robert Yetter and Matteo Mancini celebrate All Saints Day on Oct. 30 at St. Mary’s Church of Swormville where third-graders presented the Parade of Saints.   More...

Entertainment

Holiday

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Family Activities

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Film/Video

fri. 27   Hush ... Hush, Sweet Charlotte — Film from 1964 starring Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Joseph Cotten, and directed by Robert Aldrich, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. More...


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