Weekly Feature



July 18, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Spindle items

• ROCK THE BARN — The big yellow barn at 9015 Main St. in Clarence is ready to be rocked this weekend.  Since its first iteration in 2005, what is now officially dubbed “Rock the Barn” has grown substantially. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago July 20, 1893   Mrs. Fidelia Joselyn and Miss Sarah Moulton of Bowmansville were the guests of Mrs. More...

Proposed newsprint tariffs a disaster waiting to happen

A uto racing is a sport. One of the commodities on which it relies the most is fuel. Imagine if a major American petroleum supplier decided it wanted the U.S. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Editorial

Make the most of summer, but drive responsibly

There’s a lot of summer left to enjoy, and many Western New Yorkers celebrate the season both locally and by traveling to destinations across the state and beyond by car, truck and SUV.  But driving is full of hazards, and residents should More...

Bee Heard

.The religious groups who continually hound our streets by turning into our driveway and then ringing our doorbell at least every weekend, sometimes during the week, need to stop coming to our homes repeatedly. More...

Education

Clarence High School hires new assistant principal

The Clarence Board of Education voted unanimously last week to appoint Kevin Barrett as assistant principal at Clarence High School.  Barrett replaces Julie Mampe, who was recently appointed as an elementary principal in the Orchard Park School More...

Sports

Girls golf named Bee’s Team of the Year

Ever since its inception in 2010, Clarence’s girls golf team has always conjured up two images on a consistent basis: perfection and dominance.  More...

Rosters named for upcoming Lions Football Classic

The Kensington Lions Club, along with ADPRO SPORTS, will present the 43rd annual Kensington Lions All-Star High School Football Classic at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 25, at Williamsville South High School, 5950 Main St., Williamsville.  More...

Red Devil lacrosse camp set

Young athletes looking to increase their lacrosse skills will soon have the opportunity to do so in Clarence.   The Red Devil Lacrosse Camp, which is open to anyone regardless of residency, is scheduled to take place from 9 a.m. More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Clarence Center UMC to offer Bible school   A “Game On” Vacation Bible School will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to noon, July 23-27, at Clarence Center United Methodist Church, 9750 Clarence Center Road. More...

Cannon Woods subdivision ready for formal review

The proposed 40-lot Cannon Woods subdivision has received approval for the start of preliminary concept review that it sought two weeks ago from the Town Board when disagreement ensued over an entrance road.  More...

Historical Society to receive much-needed repair work

The Clarence Historical Society is filled with the memoirs of Clarence residents who fought in World War II, mined for gypsum rock or invented the pacemaker.  Through the past year, there have also been times when it has been filled with water.& More...

Local News

White Pine Court house fire under investigation

The cause of a Friday afternoon fire at a residence on White Pine Court in East Amherst is under investigation, according to a fire official.  More...

Naturalization ceremony recognizes 64 new citizens

Charulatha Kalluri, an Amherst resident from India, sits in the front row of Gleasner Hall Auditorium at Erie Community College North Campus. She waits patiently with her husband, Kalyan Shastri, for the scheduled naturalization ceremony to begin. More...

PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST

PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST — Marisa Linde, left, listens to artist Casey Okonczak discuss her acrylic work, “Arise,” during the opening of Okonczak’s exhibit at the Canvas Salon &a More...

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Many orchestra supporters due thanks for help   “Clarence Summer Orchestra celebrates 60 years of music.” What a pleasure to read the front page article this past week in The Clarence Bee. More...

Police Blotter

Police Blotter

Newspaper delivery causes false alarm

Saturday, July 7   • A resident of Ferncrest Drive reported that he had video of a man who rang his doorbell and ran into the woods. Patrol checked the area with negative results. The video showed two young white men.  More...

Obituaries

Peter E. Tuyn, former funeral director at Beach-Tuyn Funeral Home Inc.

Peter E. Tuyn, of Williamsville, died Thursday, July 12, 2018.  Mr. Tuyn joined his father, Edward “Ted” Tuyn, at Beach-Tuyn Funeral Home in 1963. More...

Death Notice

ECKERT, William C., of Clarence, died Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Mr. More...

Linda Altrogge, Clarence High School graduate

Linda Altrogge (nee Campbell), 66, of Akron, New York, died on Wednesday, June 13, 2018.  Mrs. Altrogge was born in Merced, California. More...

Lifestyles

'Photography Caravan'...

uniting Jewish community’s photographers

The Art Gallery at the Jewish Community Center Holland Family Building will host an exhibit titled “Photography Caravan-Images of Jewish Buffalo” beginning Wednesday, Aug. 15.  The exhibit, which will run until Oct. More...

CLERGY COLUMN

Epiphany UCC to host two summer events

“T he Lord appeared to Abraham by the oaks of Mamre, as he sat at the entrance of his tent in the heat of the day. He looked up and saw three men standing near him. More...

CLARENCE Public Library

Annual Bike Raffle   The library’s annual bike raffle will continue to run through Monday, Aug. 13. The winners will be notified Tuesday, Aug. More...

Business

Brady Insurance puts focus on integrity, customer service

The Brady Insurance Agency first came to Clarence in 2007. Owner and operator Tom Brady started the company from scratch 11 years ago, but overall, he has been working in insurance since 1984.  More...

FuzeHub wins Dept. of Energy prize to advance WNY’s new energy

FuzeHub, a not-for-profit organization that assists small and mid-sized New York state manufacturers with competitiveness, has been selected by the U.S. More...

UB’s graduate education program earns Cullen Grant

The University at Buffalo’s Graduate School of Education’s goal of increasing qualified teachers in the Buffalo Public Schools has received a significant boost thanks to a major grant from the Cullen Foundation.  More...


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