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January 27, 2016 RSS feed / Editorials

Attend budget meetings and be in the know

On Tuesday, May 17, taxpayers in the Clarence School District will head to the polls to decide the fate of the 2016-17 budget proposition. More...

Is technology separating parents from their kids?

While I might be showing my age, I am very grateful for two things in regard to modern education. First, that I am not in primary or secondary school in 2016. Secondly, neither are my kids. More...

Engineering curriculum sets students up for success

Project Lead The Way is a program offered at Clarence High School that provides a pathway for students to experience an authentic, hands-on, rigorous, pre-engineering course of study. The program began in 1998. More...

Spindle items

CARLY’S CLUB — Eastern Hills Mall has been in the news a lot lately, mostly due to the announcement of some pretty major closings including Macy’s, Dave & Buster’s and The Gap.  More...

Town’s future bright despite mall, Main Street challenges

My father, Pat Casilio Sr., moved to Clarence in October of 1957. The population of the town was just over 4,000 residents. Transit Road was a two-lane street. More...


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