Weekly Feature



October 11, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Clarence native waits for lifesaving intestinal transplant

When Diana Donnarumma was a junior at the University of Miami, she had her sights set on a career in marketing. More...

Editorials

Planning saves lives during Fire Prevention Week

Imagine this terrifying scenario: You and your family are fast asleep when you’re awoken by the sound of a smoke alarm and the acrid smell of smoke. The room is hazy and the air is thick. What is your first move? More...

Spindle items

BUNDLE UP — If you want to help keep Buffalo families a little warmer this season, make sure you stop by Jericho Road Community Health Center’s annual winter outerwear distribution next week. More...

October has all the options when the news is so depressing

The month of October is always a great time for sports fans. More...

Education

HOMECOMING 2017

Clarence High School

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Sports

Gridders top Falcons for Homecoming win

The value of putting together what coach Paul Burgio called “our best week of practice” was apparent to all in attendance at Friday’s Homecoming football game, as the Red Devils were able to take down Niagara Wheatfield, 42-29, in a More...

Eiss places second at ECIC singles tourney

Girls tennis

Madeleine Eiss gave Orchard Park’s Madigan Humiston — the tournament’s top seed — a run for her money in Saturday’s final of the ECIC Girls Tennis Singles Championships at the Village Glen before ultimately settling for More...

THAT'S MINE

THAT’S MINE — Clarence’s Megan Kostecky concentrates on the ball while fending off an Amherst player during the Lady Red Devils’ 3-1 victory Friday that improved their ECIC I More...

What's Going On

Clarence Public Library Calendar of Activities

Yoga Preschool Classes   More...

Harris Hill UMC to hold craft show

Harris Hill United Methodist Church, located at 8495 Main St., Williamsville, will hold its annual craft show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2. Craft tables are available at a cost of $30. More...

Business

Dr. Tammy Perison opens Orchard Park Village Dental

For 28 years, Dr. Kathleen Kane provided dental care for the Orchard Park community in her village practice at 6590 E. Quaker St. Kane transferred the trust and care of her patients to Dr. Tammy Perison upon her retirement in June. More...

Independent Health named one of country’s highest rated health insurance plans

Independent Health is again one of the highest-rated health insurance plans in the nation, according to the 2017-2018 Health Insurance Plan Ratings by the National Committee for Quality Assurance, a private organization dedicated to improving health More...

Events

Medaille College to lead talk on health care More...

Roll Road residents request sewer access from Creekwood Meadows

The Creekwood Meadows patio homes once signaled potential access to a sewer line for residents of Roll Road, but the project’s new blueprint may now present a substantial fiscal burden for them.  At the Planning Board’s Oct. More...

Transit Meadows one step away from drive-thru approval

Residents of the Woodbridge Village remain undeterred in their opposition to the development of the Transit Meadows commercial plaza, though they are beginning to believe that their concerns are falling on deaf ears.  More...

Local News

Mural unveiled at Clarence Presbyterian Church celebrates bicentennial year

The 450 members of the Clarence Presbyterian Church kicked off a yearlong bicentennial celebration by unveiling an enormous mural that will command the wall of the Upper Fellowship Hall at the church’s 9675 Main St. location.  More...

ECC taking nominations for 2018 alumni awards

Erie Community College is now accepting nominations for its 2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards. Nominations for this year's awards are being accepted through Friday, Oct. 13  More...

‘Delahaye’ project gets site plan approval from Planning Board

The former car dealership located at 10885 Main St. will see a significant rehabilitation into a high-end antique store and set of seven apartments should Kelly Schultz’s “Delahaye” project continue to move forward.  More...

Police Blotter

Arrest made in bike path purse theft case

Saturday, Sept. 30   Deputies from the Sheriff’s Office stopped a vehicle on Transit Road for illegal window tints. A 33-year-old man was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and criminal possession of a controlled substance. More...

Obituaries

Josephine J. Zelawski, arts, crafts director

Josephine J. Zelawski (nee Lelito), 90, of Clarence, died Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017.  More...

Vivian B. Moomaw, gift shop owner

Vivian B. Moomaw (nee Blanchard), 90, of Clarence, died Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017.  Mrs. Moomaw was born on June 27, 1927, in northeast Ohio and in 1949, married her husband, Richard.  Mrs. More...

Death Notices

GEORGE, Kenneth L., of Clarence, died Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. Mr. More...

Lifestyles

Brothers of Mercy sets talk on fall prevention

Representatives from Catholic Health Community Outreach and Education will host a presentation focused on preventing falls in the home and community at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. More...

PUMPKINVILLE

Enjoy the fall at Great Valley’s

Every year, the oldest, continuously working pumpkin farm in New York State opens for a six-week period to kick off the fall season. That tradition is called Pumpkinville, which this year is being held from Sept. 16 through Oct. More...

Couple celebrate 50th anniversary

Carol and Tom Staebell of Clarence Center recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.  Tom Staebell Sr. married the former Carol Parrish on Oct. More...

Entertainment

Local music history talk to be held

Rick Falkowski, founder of the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and the Buffalo Music Awards, will host a presentation focused on Buffalo entertainment at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. More...

Halloween

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Theatre

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Clarence Special Events 2018
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