Weekly Feature



February 7, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

HOLDING DOWN THE FORT

  HOLDING DOWN THE FORT — Juniors Morgan Berndt, left, and Georgia Wright, tape up a box that will serve as their home for the night during the Clarence High School Student Council's 28th Annual Sleepout on Feb. 2. More...

Editorials

Wash winter clothes to help prevent flu, cold

Laundry may seem like a tedious chore but is also one of the simplest ways to help prevent a cold or flu this season.  More...

Spindle items

SAVE THE DATE — Throughout February, a number of community events within the town will provide enjoyment for the entire family. See below for a sampling of what’s in store for this month: More...

Simple humility rises against backdrop of FBI memo

wasn’t sure what to expect from the content of last Sunday morning’s array of political commentary television shows. It is a time of hard talk, gridlock and, at times, genuine despair.  More...

Obituaries

Terry Ransbury, Clarence football coach

Terry Ransbury, 89, of Amherst, died Monday, Jan. 15, 2018.  Mr. Ransbury was born on Sept. 2, 1928, in Dunkirk. More...

Sports

Wrestlers finish second at Class AA tourney

Coach collects 200th dual win in earlier trip to Genesee County

Although he admits it’s a lofty goal, that has never stopped Clarence wrestling coach Jason Chase from aspiring to have 15 wrestlers advance to sectionals from the annual Class AA Championships every single year. More...

Girls hoops team records three lopsided victories

Clarence’s girls basketball team came up with a big win in a game coach Erin Booker tabbed a “must-win for us if we want to have a shot at finishing in the top four of our division” Friday, as the Lady Red Devils pounded Jamestown, More...

Boys swim team places fifth at ECICs

Clarence’s boys swimming team recorded what coach Eric McClaren called “clearly our best meet of the year” in Friday and Saturday’s annual ECIC “AA” Championships at Sweet Home, as the Red Devils finished fifth out More...

What's Going On

CLARENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY Calendar of Activities

Beginners Chess Clinic   More...

Contemporary Club sets meeting date

The Clarence Contemporary Club will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at Orazio’s Restaurant, 9415 Main St., Clarence. The club is a philanthropist organization. Donations will be collected for the Haven House in Buffalo. More...

Business

Clarence Toastmasters to be honored as Chamber’s Organization of the Year

The Bee will profile each of the 2018 award recipients recognized by the Clarence Chamber of Commerce in successive issues. More...

Auto bureau to offer blood pressure screenings

As part of American Heart Month in February, the Erie County Clerk’s Office and Mercy Hospital of Buffalo have joined to offer free blood pressure screenings at auto bureaus in the county.  More...

Catholic Charities appoints chief operating officer

Catholic Charities of Buffalo has named Meichle Latham chief operating officer, according to Dennis C. Walczyk, chief executive officer, and Sister Mary McCarrick, diocesan director.  More...

Governor’s first school budget draft sees reduced aid for Clarence

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Clarence native donates $1 million to Syracuse football program

When the Syracuse Orange football team steps out onto the field for the first game of the 2018-19 season, they’ll owe a debt of gratitude to Clarence High School graduate John Lally and his wife, Laura.  More...

Local News

Planning Board Agenda

7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 7

Agenda items  1. Jennifer Briandi requests minor subdivision approval to create one new building lot at 10240 Lapp Rd.  2. More...

State officials seek to accelerate green technologies

Gov. Andrew M. More...

Collins, Higgins request funding for Great Lakes Coastal Resiliency study

Rep. Chris Collins and 17 colleagues sent a letter to Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney and Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Army R.D. James requesting sufficient funding for the Great Lakes Coastal Resiliency Study. More...

Education

New program at UB aims to help women in STEM overcome gender discrimination

A new educational program, called the NAVIGATE Project, under development by a University at Buffalo-led, multidisciplinary research team aims to gender discrimination in the STEM fields. More...

Daemen to open new Graduate Studies Technology Center

Daemen College’s newly established Graduate Studies Technology Center, a part of a major initiative to advance the college’s technology infrastructure for its growing graduate programs, officially opened its doors on Feb. 1.  More...

Lifestyles

Contemporary Club sets meeting date

The Clarence Contemporary Club will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at Orazio’s Restaurant, 9415 Main St., Clarence. Donations will be collected for the Haven House in Buffalo. After a short meeting and luncheon, the group will have a speaker. More...

BUFFALO TRANSPORTATION PIERCE-ARROW MUSEUM RECENTLY FEATURED IN ‘AMERICAN PICKERS’

Jim Sandoro and his wife, Mary Ann, have spent more than 45 years collecting memorabilia, antique vehicles and historic artifacts to visually display the rich transportation history of Western New York, according to a statement on their website. More...

Entertainment

Family Activities

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Special Events

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Symphonic

fri. 9   Presto Choir of ABC Bel Canto/St. Paul’s Cathedral Choirs — The two vocal groups will combine for this choral concert, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9, at St. More...


Clarence Special Events 2018
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