Weekly Feature



April 18, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Auto Bureau users to benefit from measure

Last week, Erie County Clerk Michael Kearns presented what we believe is an extremely beneficial and proactive proposal to the County Legislature.  More...

Spindle items

LOG CABIN QUILT GUILD — Do you ever experience aches and pains that get in the way of your quilting? More...

If tweeting were fencing, would Trump get the black card?

While trolling through Twitter recently, I found an interesting post from an unlikely source. The name of the account is “Joy of Museums.” “Duels have a long history. What is today’s equivalent of a duel? More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

Just a question for all Town of Clarence residents: who do you feel is more rotten right now, Andrew Cuomo and all his buddies in Albany or your town assessor’s office and town board members? More...

Lifestyles

Girl Boss

How the Buffalo community is encouraging the next generation of female entrepreneurs

It was an eye-opening moment for dozens of girls on Saturday at the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library as they listened to three women discuss their success in the business and technology field. More...

McAuley-Curella

Debbie and Robert McAuley of East Amherst announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley McAuley, to Doug Curella Jr., son of Darlene and Doug Curella Sr. of Clarence.  More...

What's Going On

Nativity to host pickleball program

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, 4375 Harris Hill Road, Williamsville, will hold a 10-week pickleball program from 6 to 9 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays in April. For more information, call George at 390-6074. More...

Clarence Public Library Calendar of Activities

Earth Day   A special Earth Day event at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 19, with Miss Amy, will harness the natural curiosity of the young to teach children the importance of treating the Earth and its creatures with kindness. More...

Historical Society sets spring program

The Clarence Historical Society will offer its 2018 spring program, “A Rage to Live: Surviving the Holocaust So Hitler Would Not Win,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 8, at the Town Park Club House. More...

Business

Leaps N’ Bounce jumps on opportunity to add kitchen

Leaps N’ Bounce recently celebrated 11 years in business after opening its facility in February 2007. The family entertainment center and inflatable bounce house rental company is located at 4401 Bryant & Stratton Way, Williamsville. More...

Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation invests $4 million to impact caregivers

The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. More...

Events

Journalism scholarships available More...

Spring book sale hopes to turn page on walkway

Members of the Friends of the Clarence Public Library hope that the books inside the library’s walls will have a big impact outside them.  The Clarence Public Library’s annual spring book sale is set to kick off the first weekend in More...

BOE adopts $83 million budget, includes line item for safety

The Clarence Board of Education adopted an $83 million budget for the 2018-19 school year at its meeting on Monday night, with approximately $370,000 added for student mental health support and school safety elements.  More...

Local News

Bee reporter named Rookie of Year by NY Press

Bee Group Newspapers received three awards last weekend at the New York Press Association’s annual convention.  Reporter Holly Lipka won Rookie of the Year honors for her submission of five articles, including two that appeared in all nine More...

County shares $184 million in sales tax revenue with municipalities

Erie County Comptroller Stefan I. Mychajliw has issued a report on the breakdown of the approximately $184 million in sales tax revenue Erie County shared in 2017 with three cities, 25 towns and 16 villages across the region. More...

Kearns seeks to expand auto bureau hours to reduce wait times

According to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles renewal schedule, Erie County Auto Bureaus will hit a record number of transactions in 2018.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Advocates needed for legislation on Alzheimer’s

Misplaced keys or forgetting a name is not Alzheimer’s disease. It is not a normal aging issue. Alzheimer’s is the most expensive disease in our country. More...

Sports

Baseball team wins first three games

Clarence’s baseball team was one of the few lucky squads to get in all but one of its contests last week as originally scheduled, much to the chagrin of its three opponents that were outscored a combined 26-7 in the Red Devils’ march to a More...

Changes coming to Clarence’s Mens Softball League in 2018

Non-resident participation being offered for first time

Since its debut in the 1980s, the Clarence Mens 40 and Over Adult Softball League has been a mainstay of summer in the town.  More...

Boys tennis team wins first two non-leaguers

Despite losing five starters off a team that finished 7-6 overall last spring, Clarence’s boys tennis team was able to open its 2018 campaign on a strong note last week by posting a pair of 4-1 non-league conquests over Sweet Home and Starpoint More...


Clarence Special Events 2018
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