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January 15, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Casilio, DiCostanzo, Dussing sworn into office

Patrick Casilio and Peter Di- Costanzo once again were sworn into office as town councilmen during the Clarence Town Board’s 2014 organizational meeting Jan. 8.  James Dussing was sworn into his first term as Highway Superintendent.  More...

Editorials

Goodrich Road reconstruction a long time coming

Bee Editorial

The intense floodwaters that affected town residents during the holidays have receded, and for those that were not in the immediate vicinity of the damage, the weather phenomenon may now be a distant memory.  More...

Spindle items

• FINANCIAL AID — These days, a college education is not cheap by any stretch of the imagination.  More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Jan. 17, 1889   We are informed that Henry Seymour Cunningham, former supervisor of the Town of Clarence, after suffering excruciating pains, died in his residence in Buffalo last Saturday morning, aged 61 years.  More...

Obituaries

Death Notices

LISZKIEWICZ, Sophie (nee Jaroszewski), of Clarence, died Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. Mrs. Liszkiewicz is survived by two sons, Patrick and Michael; eight grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and one brother. More...

Sports

Boys jump on OP early; girls claim first league win

Basketball

Clarence’s boys basketball team showed little signs of rust despite being inactive for the better part of two weeks when it took on Orchard Park Friday, as the Red Devils took a 25-6 lead into the second quarter and never looked back en route t More...

Submission methods temporarily changed

With the Bee Group Newspapers’ corporate website currently undergoing a redesign, youth sports articles and/or photos can be emailed directly to sports reporter Jason Nadolinski at jnadolinski@beenews.com. More...

Mite Minor Stallions hockey starts 2014 on high note

The Clarence Mite Minor Stallions hockey team coasted to an easy 12-3 win over the Rochester Explorers Sunday in what was the team’s second game in as many days.  Austin Bush and Charlie Mendola each scored two goals to guide the team, whi More...

What's Going On

What's Going On

Weight loss center to hold grand opening   More...

Business

Looking ahead to meeting about Main Street

A s we start a new year in Clarence Hollow, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate our re-elected board members and welcome our two new ones.  At the annual membership meeting on Dec. More...

State of the Town, Winterfest among upcoming events for Clarence Chamber of Commerce

The Clarence Chamber of Commerce’s events schedule is packed through the next two weeks, including the annual State of the Town luncheon and Winterfest.  Here is a look at some of the notable activities to plan ahead for:  After Hours More...

Bon-Ton encourages non-profits to join ‘Community Days’

The Bon Ton, located in the Eastern Hills Mall in Clarence, announced the return of Community Days, being held Friday, Feb. 28, and Saturday, March 1, to benefit local non-profit organizations and the American Heart Association.  More...

Breaking News - 1/15/2014 4:37 PM

Clarence schools spared in latest round of Catholic school closures

The Catholic Diocese of Buffalo announced today that 10 of its 51 elementary schools will close in June, however neither of Clarence’s Catholic grammar schools — St. Mary of Swormville and Nativity of Mary School — are on the list of closures. More...

Residents decry Christmas flood, seek answers

Town, county and state officials were on hand to hear residents’ concerns regarding recent flooding issues as well as the deteriorating condition of Goodrich Road during a public forum at Clarence Town Hall held Jan. More...

Foundation restores remaining clubs; district awaits state budget

The Clarence Schools Enrichment Foundation made a fifth contribution to the district during the Board of Education meeting Monday at Clarence Center Elementary, restoring the last of more than 30 clubs district wide that it has supported this year.&n More...

Local News

Therapy dog regular visitor at senior center

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Violet, an 8-year-old English Labrador Retriever, has been touching peoples’ lives from all walks of life for the last four years.  “She’s just a very sweet and loving animal, and she’s as patient as the day is long,&rdqu More...

Running red light leads to drug charges

Two people now face drug charges after failing to stop at a red light at the intersection of Main Street and Transit Road on Jan. 10.  More...

Corwin sees pros, cons in Cuomo’s State of the State agenda

Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered his 2014 State of the State address Jan. More...

Police Blotter

Woman targeted by scam artist seeking bail money

Saturday, Jan. 4  • Deputies responded to the Brothers of Mercy Apartments for a report of a male resident who was harassing other residents.  More...

Education

Catholic Diocese looks to revitalize school system

The Catholic Diocese of Buffalo has a plan to revitalize its schools, focusing on programming rather than sustaining multiple educational facilities.  The formal announcement of which schools will be closed will be made this afternoon at Notre D More...

Lifestyles

Karaoke sheds light on culture through shared experience

The song you’ve pre-selected starts to play as the opening lyric illuminates on a nearby screen.  More...

Contemporary Club sets January meeting

The Clarence Contemporary Club will host speaker Dr. Joseph Bieron as he presents his program “Buffalo Memories” during the club’s next meeting at 9:45 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. More...

Bee Senior News

The Clarence Senior Center is located at 4600 Thompson Road. Contact the center at 633-5138 to sign up for activities. More...


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