Weekly Feature



February 17, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Sectional Sendoff

SECTIONAL SENDOFF – Clarence’s Andy Burden, right, works over Sweet Home’s Yasser Esaleh during their first-round match in the 106-pound weight class at Saturday’s Section VI More...

Editorials

Bee Editorial

It’s just common sense: Lock your doors

Sometimes common sense isn’t all that common. The Erie County Sheriff’s Office and state police based in Clarence routinely share reports on items stolen from vehicles. More...

Spindle items

ARTISTIC OUTLET — Even as an adult, submitting our work for a competition, and therefore, for critique, can be a daunting task, as nobody likes losing. More...

Is talking to an editor an ethics violation?

Journalists are a different breed. The best among us are able to balance suspicion with trust and believe strongly that there are two sides to every story. Seldom are we led astray because we did not ask enough questions. More...

Police Blotter

Police Blotter

Man accused of stealing two cans of beer

Saturday, Feb. 6  Deputies stopped a vehicle on Main Street after observing erratic operation. A 20-year-old woman reportedly failed roadside sobriety tests. She was then arrested for allegedly driving while intoxicated. More...

Education

Clarence students to play Carnegie Hall

Clarence students Jarod Yap, 15, and Connie Yap, 13, have received the highest marks in their Toronto-based Royal Conservatory of Music Development Program examinations and have been invited to play at Carnegie Hall in New York City on Sunday, Feb. More...

On the Campus

Clarkson University has named the following Clarence and Williamsville residents to its dean’s list for the fall 2015 semester: Dietrich B. Diehl, Konrad H. Diehl, Alex Joseph Gay, Madison T. Kather, Mike C. Leczinsky and George R. More...

On the Campus

Buffalo State College has named the following Clarence and Williamsville residents to its dean’s list for the fall 2015 semester: Anna Rubino, Rebecca Durawa, Mehmet Cosan, Sheikh Mohsin, Sabrina Danilovich, Barrett Lacey, Duaine Miller, Caitli More...

Lifestyles

CLERGY COLUMN

Lent: a time to reflect on following Christ

For many Christians, we are now a week into Lent. Lent is a time of preparation for Easter. More...

Open house to address Alzheimer’s questions

An Alzheimer’s Association evening open house will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 2805 Wehrle Drive, Suite 6. More...

EmbraceWNY brunch to honor supporters of LGBT community

For the LGBT community in Western New York, embraceWNY has consistently been at the forefront of the struggle for equality and a source of support for marginalized individuals who feel underrepresented in the larger society. More...

Entertainment

Workshops/Classes

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Special Events

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Dance

sat. 20  Queen City Contra Dancers — Contra dance taught and called by Bob Fabinski, and music by Harmonic Vines, basics at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, at Unitarian Universalist Church, 695 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo. More...

Former Belknap Heating building finds new life

Dunn Tire is opening a second location in Clarence.  During the Town Board meeting on Feb. More...

Clarence Center students support St. Luke’s mission

Students in Clarence are working this winter to help St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy in Buffalo.  More...

Main Mobility honored for service to disabled community

Clarence-based Main Mobility has been providing independence for people living with disabilities for more than 30 years. The company specializes in converting vans into vehicles specially designed for people who use wheelchairs.  More...

Local News

Day of Faith

DAY OF FAITH — Kindergartners Charlotte Carlson, left, and Gabriella Hoertz make cards for residents of a local nursing home as part of Nativity of Mary School’s celebration of Catholic S More...

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Art teacher wins NY Theatre Guide award

Adam Kreutinger, an art teacher at St. Mark School in Buffalo, uses his creativity to build new worlds with puppets. “Puppetry is an art form that has two lives,” the Clarence resident said. More...

‘Fat tire’ pub crawl planned for next weekend

On Saturday, Feb. 27, bike riders will tour several establishments along Main Street in the Town of Clarence for a Fat Tire Winter Pub Crawl.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Ending of GEA will right a wrong

In six years, Albany’s gap elimination adjustment has stolen $21 million of state aid from Clarence’s students and burdened local Clarence taxpayers. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

You know how we say things out of force of habit? Some will find this funny or sad; however, even considering the circumstances, I found this funny. My father-in-law died in his house a few weeks ago. More...

Obituaries

David R. Coulter, life insurance agent

David R. Coulter, a retired insurance agent for Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. and a World War II veteran, died Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016. He was 90.  Born in Buffalo, Mr. More...

Death Notices

NOCERA, Annette J. (nee Ippolito), of Clarence, died Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016. More...

Sports

Younger athletes compete, thrive at indoor track 9/10 Championships

The youth movement of Clarence’s indoor track team got its chance to shine Jan. More...

Travel baseball team seeks players

The Cheektowaga Thundering Herd 18U travel baseball team is looking for additional players to finalize its 2016 roster. More...

Hockey team wins final three games

Clarence’s hockey team will enter the upcoming Federation Large Schools playoffs with loads of momentum behind it after the Red Devils closed out their regular season by winning their final three contests — including both games in a weeke More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Children’s book author event scheduled   Monkey See, Monkey Do Children’s Bookstore, 9060 Main St., will host author and illustrator Alissa Heather Cloen during a meet-and-greet signing event from 11:30 a.m. More...

Clarence Public Library Calendar of Activities

Fairy House Workshop with Girl Scouts   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...

Hollow Association gearing up for events season

This month we welcomed another new board member to the Clarence Hollow Association. Her name is Tonia Pacer, and she is the assistant branch manager at the Bank of Akron located on Main Street next to the Clarence post office.  More...

Events

Foundation accepting grant proposals More...


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