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January 13, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Resolve to be a volunteer in 2016

I t’s the new year, and we’re sure that many of you have made resolutions to lose weight or quit bad habits. We know that sometimes it’s difficult to remain vigilant in keeping your resolution. More...

Spindle items

WEIRD WINTER — We took down our Christmas tree and put away all the decorations last weekend, which finally makes it feel like the holidays are over. More...

Acting like a bully has little effect on Trump’s campaign

The Iowa caucus is less than three weeks away and Republican candidate Donald Trump continues to run an incendiary campaign that keeps him at the top of the list of Republican candidates. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.Regarding the snubbing of Supervisor Hartzell and Councilman Kolber by the Clarence Republican Party last summer, which The Bee said in its year-end summary was the news item of the year, I never saw any probing questions posed by The Bee to local p More...

Education

Nativity of Mary School schedules open house

Nativity of Mary School, located at 8550 Main St., will host an open house for prospective families from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. More...

Lifestyles

"What's New, Harry?"

Son compiles writings of Buffalo Courier- Express columnist Phil Ranallo in new book

For 42 years, the byline of Phil Ranallo was the subject of admiration and fondness among readers of the Buffalo Courier Express.  More...

Business

Your business is news

The Bee publishes news about local businesses and their employees. We also welcome news about hirings, promotions and individual honors. More...

Eastern Hills Macy’s location to close

Macy’s announced last week it will be closing 36 of its 700-plus stores in early spring 2016, including its location at Eastern Hills Mall in Clarence.  More...

Comptroller to examine county’s family leave policies

Erie County Comptroller Stefan I. More...

Shear brings years of planning experience to board

Councilman Paul Shear will participate in his first full meeting as a member of the Town Board next Wednesday. More...

Transgender policy approved by board

The Clarence Board of Education adopted a new policy to increase protections for transgender students on Monday night at Harris Hill Elementary School. More...

Local News

Did You Know?

Clarence has 338 acres of developed recreation area and 690 acres of undeveloped or passive recreation area. There are 77 athletic fields throughout the entire park system. More...

Committee selects 12 projects for CDBG grants

Main Street sidewalk project to receive funds

Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz has announced the selection of 12 municipal projects for inclusion in the Erie County Consortium 2016 Community Development Block Grant application. More...

Corwin calls for APPLE Plan’s education reforms

Assemblywoman Jane Corwin joined members of the Assembly Minority Conference at a press conference held at the State Capitol on Monday, where they called for enactment of a series of education reforms known as the APPLE Plan.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Thanks for support this holiday season

All the Christmas decorations have been carefully stored away, the music playing in the halls no longer has a holiday theme, and the mission of caring for the sick and healing at the Brothers of Mercy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center continues, as a More...

Obituaries

Death Notices

CARNAHAN, Kathleen M., formerly of Clarence, died Saturday, Jan. 2, 2015. She is survived by her husband, Robert; one daughter, Kaylin; her mother, Phyllis Stewart; and two sisters, Cheryl Muchow and Denise Kraft. More...

Sports

Hockey team blanks Canisius in overtime

Clarence’s hockey team withstood everything that Canisius threw its way Thursday and in the end prevailed in overtime, 1-0, over the reigning state Catholic Schools champion.  More...

Girls hoops’ second-quarter surge leads to win

Clarence’s girls basketball team exploded for a 16-1 run over the course of the second quarter of Friday’s game against Lancaster to turn the tides in its favor in what was ultimately a 48-36 conquest for the Lady Red Devils.  More...

Boys hoops team downs non-league foe Pioneer

Adam Southern scored 11 first-quarter points — including a 6-for-6 showing from the free-throw line — to help Clarence’s boys basketball team take an early lead it wouldn’t relinquish in ultimately prevailing over non-league f More...

Entertainment

Family Activities

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Comedy

thurs. 14   Minor League ComedySportz is made up of players who are graduates or students of the CSz Training program. Come on out and see what they’ve learned so far, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. More...

Art

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