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October 26, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Bee Editorial

Preventive measures important for breast cancer

The statistics related to breast cancer are sobering, particularly in Western New York, which has the highest rate of breast cancer in the state.  The Susan G. More...

Spindle items

HAUNTED HOLLOW — The “Haunted Hollow” at 6105 Fairlane Drive in Clarence Center opened on Friday and will run through Halloween night on Monday, Oct. 31.  More...

Alito proves judiciary has sense of humor

Those invited to Shea’s Performing Arts Center to hear last week’s “conversation” with Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. left with a new understanding of the country’s highest court. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.To the family in Clarence with the TVs dropped off at the end of their driveway for the past few months: your garbage service will not take it; you must take it to an electronic recycling event. More...

Lifestyles

Habitat Buffalo...

Working on new builds, helping refugees

Habitat for Humanity’s Buffalo branch is much more than a volunteer organization. The group is currently working on the Bailey Green project, which is a plan to revitalize the area near Bailey Avenue and Genesee Street. More...

Holiday arts, crafts show to be held

The 40th annual Clarence Arts and Crafts Society’s Holiday Arts and Crafts Show will be held in the Clarence Town Park Club House. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, and Sunday, Nov. 6. More...

Herberger- Petroski

Marianne and Gerald Herberger of Lancaster announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Herberger, to Jake Petroski, son of Debbie Sorge and Dan Petroski of Cheektowaga.  More...

Business

M&T Bank Presented with Community Pillar Award

José R. More...

BlueCross BlueShield offers seniors stable rates, new options for 2017

Tens of thousands of Medicare eligible Western New York seniors can re-evaluate their options and enroll in a health insurance plan that best meets their needs. More...

Events

Committee on aging to host annual conference   More...

High lead levels found in four elementary schools

District believes plumbing at fault

Lead levels in the water sources of at least four schools in the Clarence School District are shown to have exceeded the acceptable levels as dictated by the state Department of Health, according to test results recently released by the district. More...

Drone makes lengthy journey to deliver aerial shots of Taste of Clarence

It was a sight Nathan Mroz had seen countless times before.  His DJI Phantom 2 drone spun all four of its rotors and gently lifted off the ground. More...

Local News

Legislature urges ‘open road tolling’ across the state

The Erie County Legislature’s Majority Caucus unanimously approved a resolution in support of upgrading the entire New York State Thruway system to electronic tolls, which would allow motorists to pass through more easily. More...

Shifting Into Drive

Clarence senior Trent Curtis lives a second life at the racetrack

Monday through Friday, Trent Curtis lives the life of an everyday Clarence High School senior. He goes to school, attends football practice and enjoys his social life afterward. But on the weekends, Curtis undergoes a bit of a metamorphosis. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Oct. 29, 1891   Mr. Jacob Klicker, the popular undertaker of Clarence, was in the Center last Sunday.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Shear represents good government

Councilman Paul Shear started his term on the Town Board with the experience of serving for more than 15 years on other town committees. More...

Shear works hard for community

Prior to becoming one of your town councilmen in 2008, I served on two volunteer town committees — one for three years and one for four years. I also regularly attended Town Board meetings. More...

Paul Shear right for Clarence

As a longtime Clarence resident and a Republican councilman, I am proud to endorse Paul Shear for the elected position of town councilman. He has participated in volunteer community activities in the town for many years. More...

Sports

Gridders beat Jamestown in playoff opener

Clarence’s football team rediscovered its winning ways in Friday’s Federation Class AA quarterfinal round, defeating one old friend to set up a date with another old friend this weekend.  More...

Girls swimmers place second at ECIC ‘AA’ Championships

Clarence’s girls swimming team was hoping for a repeat of 2015’s performance but, unlike last fall when it was able to avenge its sole regular-season loss, the team was unable to do so again as Orchard Park edged the Lady Red Devils out b More...

Girls soccer dominates in postseason opener

Clarence’s top-seeded girls soccer team maintained its dominant play in Friday’s Section VI Class AA playoff opener, showing as much mercy as Mother Nature in thumping eighth-seeded Niagara Falls, 8-1, on the Lady Red Devils’ new tu More...

What's Going On

Clarence Public Library Calendar of Activities

Spooky Silly Halloween Special   Join the library for the Halloween Checkers show, which will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27. More...

Harris Hill UMC to hold craft show

Harris Hill United Methodist Church, 8495 Main St., Williamsville, will hold its annual craft show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3. Craft tables are available at a cost of $30. More...

Town of Clarence Youth Bureau

Dawn Kinney - Executive Director, Jessica Notarius - Youth Activities Leader, Clifford Trapper - Recreation Department Director 10510 Main Street, Clarence Hollow, Clarence, NY 14031 Phone: 407-2162 * Fax: 759-7498  More...


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