Weekly Feature



September 19, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

SHOW STOPPER

SHOW STOPPER — Clarence’s Ross Showalter, right, gets enough of a step on Lancaster’s Adam Kolis to fire a shot on net that beats the Legends’ goaltender during the Red Devils More...

Editorials

Enjoy a Bills game, but don’t drive home drunk

The Buffalo Bills got off to an admittedly lackluster start to the season, to say the very least.  However, like so many years before, loyal Bills fans will stick around, watching every game and cheering on their team even when it’s painfu More...

Spindle items

DISASTER ASSISTANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE — Hurricane Florence has descended upon the East Coast with a fury that has become all too familiar for those who have experienced tropical storms.  More...

Bracing myself for a class reunion

Which is more surprising? That it has been 45 years since my high school graduation or that I have yet to attend any of my class reunions?  All of that will change this weekend.  More...

Police Blotter

Noisy motorcycle angers resident

Saturday, Sept. 8   Deputies were called to a disturbance on Laura Lane and charged a 46-year-old man with criminal contempt (violating a stay away order of protection) and harassment in the second degree. More...

Obituaries

Death Notice

BEHRENS, Arleen “Arch” (nee Weber), of Clarence, died Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018. Mrs. Behrens is survived by her husband, Kirk; two children, Renee Jamison and Daniel Behrens; and one sibling, George Weber. More...

Sports

Field hockey team crushes opposition

It’s one thing to beat your opponent. It’s quite another to do so in a thorough and impressive fashion every time out. More...

Victory remains par for the course for still unbeaten girls golf squad

Clarence’s girls golf team has yet to be defeated since forming in 2010, and if early performances this season are any indication, that first loss isn’t about to head the Lady Red Devils’ way anytime soon. More...

Girls soccer squad blanks first four league opponents

As has been the case in the past with Clarence’s girls soccer team, the best offense has been a good defense to start ECIC I play this season. Need proof? More...

What's Going On

“Meet the Candidates” night set

A Democratic “Meet the Candidates” night will be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Town Park Clubhouse. More...

Clarence Public Library

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Toddler Story Time with Miss Sarah   This program is recommended for children ages 2 and 3. Caregivers must remain with the child during the program and are encouraged to participate. Space is limited. Call now to register. More...

Business

Metal flower holders the next purchase for CHA

This coming Saturday at the Clarence Hollow Farmers Market, in addition to the regular market activities, the Hollow Association will hold a dedication and ribbon cutting for the new clock. More...

Buffalo in running for 2019 “America Walks” summit

A national organization that has a 20-year history of promoting walking throughout the United States has Buffalo as one of the leading contenders to host their international summit in 2019.  The National Walking Summit, which has been previously More...

Boulevard Mall hosts food truck contest to benefit Food Bank of Western New York

The Boulevard Mall will host the 7th annual “Buffalo’s Best Food Truck” event from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. More...

Breaking News - 1:32 PM

FallFest re-scheduled for Saturday

Meet in the Center's FallFest in Clarence Center has been rescheduled for tomorrow night (Saturday, Sept. 22).    More...

Clarence schools get capital project financing assistance from state bonds

Gov. Andrew M. More...

In surprise to GOP, Collins announces commitment to remain on ballot

Following weeks of deliberation within the Erie County GOP and talk of political machinations that could remove Rep. More...

Local News

Hollow Farmers Market prepares for Farm & Tractor Day

“Farm & Tractor Day” will once again be presented by the Clarence Hollow Farmers Market from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. More...

Clarence awarded $43,200 for Mentor Teacher Internship Program

The state Education Department has awarded $2 million annually in grants to 25 recipients, including the Clarence schools, to implement a Mentor Teacher Internship Program, according to State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia.  More...

Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative unveils mural in downtown Buffalo

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Public Art Initiative recently completed a massive mural by artist Louise Jones at the Sinclair Building, located at 465 Washington St.  The Sinclair was recently redeveloped and serves as the 80-foot-tall b More...

Letters to the Editor

Collins shouldn’t replace member of Town Board

As an individual who takes his voting rights very seriously and instills this in my children, I am troubled by the efforts to remove a sitting Clarence Town Board member so Chris Collins can take his seat.  More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

Regarding the $500,000-$800,000 patio homes being built, they are not patio homes but are being given patio home status, meaning they pay less property taxes than a regular homeowner. More...

Education

UB receives highest rating ever among best public and national universities

For the second successive year, the University at Buffalo has achieved an all-time-high ranking among the nation’s best public and national universities, according to U.S. News and World Report.  More...

MEETING WITH THE PRINCIPAL

MEETING WITH THE PRINCIPAL — New Sheridan Hill Elementary Principal Jenna Arroyo speaks with students at the "Popsicles on the Playground with the Principal” event held on Aug. 30. More...

Lifestyles

‘Stunning’ only way to describe Psalm 8

CLERGY COLUMN

I n June 1969, NASA was finalizing plans for the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. It had already decided to plant an American flag. More...

Band Boosters sub sale slated

The Annual Clarence Band Boosters Sub Sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at the corner of Clarence Center and Goodrich roads, as well as at Clarence High School. Assorted subs will be available for only $4.   More...

History comes to life through MARBLE ORCHARD GHOST WALKS

Ghosts of Lewiston’s historic past will emerge from the shadows as the Marble Orchard Ghost Walks return this weekend.  More...

Entertainment

Special Events

fri. 21 More...

Performance

thurs. 20   Karuna Trio — With Hamid Drake (drumset, vocal), Adam Rudolph (hand drumset, percussion, electronics, multiphone vocal), and Ralph M. Jones (saxophones), 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. More...

Festivals

fri. 21 & sat. 22   More...


Clarence Special Events 2018
Click for schedule