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December 9, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Library program encourages residents to be prepared

Do you know what you or your family would do in the event of a disaster, manmade or otherwise? If you answered “no,” a program is available that can help. More...

Editorials

Frequent thefts from cars are easily preventable

Without a doubt, theft from cars has been a very popular item in the police blotter these past few weeks. More...

Spindle items

FOLLOW UP — You may remember a story from back in October that featured Cliff Miller, a Clarence resident who had developed a fundraiser called “Empties 4 Education,” with the goal of assisting efforts to build a school for orphans More...

An Introduction....

AN INTRODUCTION — Three months ago, I walked into the Bee Newspaper offices, resume and writing samples in hand, with no presuppositions and high hopes. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Good grief. Is there anything relating to Clarence Schools that the taxpayer group doesn’t complain about? More...

Sports

Hockey team ties Flames in opener

The depth of Clarence’s hockey team helped the Red Devils hold off a feisty Williamsville East squad in Saturday’s Federation season opener and preserve a 5-5 tie with the Flames.  More...

Wrestlers win opener, place second at Tonawanda Duals

Clarence wrestling coach Jason Chase concedes that, going into Wednesday’s season opener with Frontier that he wasn’t sure what to expect from his young squad. More...

Boys bowling team posts split in first two matches

Clarence’s boys bowling team got an early start to its 2015-16 season by taking on league foe Starpoint and non-league opponent Orchard Park before Monday’s traditional season-opening Maryvale Holiday Tournament.  The Red Devils reco More...

Woman killed Thursday on Lapp Road

An East Aurora pedestrian was killed Thursday in Clarence when she was struck by a vehicle.According to State Police, yesterday at 5:54 p.m., a vehicle stuck  Krista R. Hillman, 22, on  Lapp Road. More...

Neighbors settle auto sales dispute

Sometimes, meeting people face to face is the best way to resolve an issue.  Joe Nieman, a recent town transplant, had hoped to get approval from the Town Board for limited “hobby” auto sales at his home, located at 8400 County Road. More...

Local News

Merry and Bright

MERRY AND BRIGHT — Kathy Kwiatkowski and her dog, Dixie, decorate the front door of their Elmcroft Court home for the holidays on Nov. 30 in Clarence. More...

Sheriff’s Office adds support to Narcotics Unit

Recognizing the growing heroin and opioid epidemic facing Erie County, the Sheriff’s Office requested two additional deputies for the Narcotics Unit in the 2016 budget, which was approved by the Erie County Legislature at the Dec. More...

Business claims employee theft

An Akron man is facing felony theft charges after being accused of stealing by his employer. According to state police, troopers responded to a business on Main Street in Clarence on Nov. More...

Letters to the Editor

Snowflakes create festive Hollow

As a business owner in Clarence Hollow, I would like to express my appreciation to the Clarence Hollow Association for purchasing the growing number of snowflakes that illuminate Main Street in the the Hollow.   More...

Police Blotter

Woman awakes to car damaged in driveway

Saturday, Nov. 28  An employee of a Transit Road business reported that someone had stolen the license plate from his vehicle. A man reportedly stole items from Walmart and fled south on Transit Road in a silver Chevy sedan. More...

Education

After-school program honored for excellence

The after-school program run by Just for Kids at two Catholic schools in Clarence — St. More...

Lifestyles

Cookie party passes test of time

I f you drive down Bank Street in Clarence on a certain Friday in early December, you will inevitably see women of all ages leaving their homes with arms full of cookies. More...

Clergy Column

Why isn’t your church decorated for Christmas?

Episcopal and Catholic priests and Lutheran pastors get this question all the time. Our churches seem to be the only public buildings that don’t decorate for Christmas sometime between Halloween and Thanksgiving.  More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Contemporary Club holiday luncheon set   More...

Business

Father and son seek to create best wines in state

What started as a hobby for Frank Venditti Jr. ultimately became a business venture.  Now, with a goal of making the best wine in the state, Venditti Jr. More...

TipClub Inc. to host free networking event

TipClub Inc., an online to offline business networking organization, is sponsoring a free networking event on Wednesday, Dec. 16. The event will begin at 7:30 a.m. and last until 9 a.m. More...

ABWA sets date for 2016 kickoff event

Western New York’s charter chapter of the American Business Women’s Association has scheduled its first professional development meeting for Wednesday, Jan. 20. The event will take place from 5:30 to 8 p.m. More...


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