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June 24, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Tractor engine causes barn fire

A fire at an Akron farm Sunday evening destroyed a barn structure and all of the contents inside, including two tractors and a fairly new pickup.  More...

CENTENARIAN

Nina Cowan, right, and her daughter, Roberta Stern, celebrated Cowan’s 100th birthday on Friday with friends at the Claremont in Clarence where she resides.   More...

Editorials

Tips for keeping kids safe during the summer

Bee Editorial

School is almost out, and children are spending more time outdoors in the warm weather, which creates more opportunities for them to get hurt.  Here are a few tips parents or guardians can follow to ensure that the children in their care have a More...

Spindle items

• SUMMER CONCERTS — One of my favorite things about summer is being outside and enjoying live music. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago June 26, 1890 Mr. John Shisler has commenced haying. Mr. Edward Halter is drawing lumber, preparatory to building a new shed. Mr. P.J. More...

Obituaries

Lucy M. Aiken, restaurant owner

Lucy M. Aiken (nee Rebrovich), owner of Lucy’s Country Kitchen restaurant and resident of Clarence Center, died Thursday, June 11, 2015. She was 92.  Mrs. Aiken was born in Akron, New York, at the family homestead. More...

Sports

First Team lined with clutch performers

2015 All-Bee Softball

The credentials for the players making up the 2015 All-Bee Softball First Team are quite impressive. More...

Depew’s Cotton edges OP’s Hennessy for Pitcher of the Year honors

ECIC I’s stranglehold on the All-Bee Softball Pitcher of the Year honors has come to an end.  More...

All-Bee Softball Teams named; selection process explained

The Bee’s sports staff decided to once again honor some of the area’s best softball players with the fourth annual installment of the All-Bee Softball Team.  Being selected for the team is an honor that the recipients are proud to re More...

What's Going On

What’s Going On

Concert Association series to begin in July   More...

Breaking News - 6/26/2015 3:00 PM

Saturday events for Clarence Day in the Park postponed

Due to inclement weather, the Saturday activities for Clarence Day in the Park have been postponed to Saturday, July 25. The “Music in the Park” Preview night, featuring The Donnellys Band is still scheduled for tonight, starting at 7 p.m. More...

Chalk art event joins Day in the Park festivities

Clarence’s annual warm-weather celebration, Day in the Park, will include a new, artistic experience this weekend.  Hearts and Hands is hosting a new Chalk Art Festival, according to Bob Altieri, co-chairman of Day in the Park with Tim Paz More...

Casilio-Bluhm becomes youngest Clarence Rotary president

Clarence resident Chrissy Casilio-Bluhm has been elected president of the Clarence Rotary Club. More...

Local News

SENIORS ACTIVITY DAY

Antonio Macaluso, left, Jo Rogan, Pat Terwilliger and Roman Turyk play pinochle at the Clarence Public Library during Seniors Activity Day on Saturday.   More...

Bird achieves Eagle Scout rank

Tyler Bird is the newest Eagle Scout from Troop 93 of the Greater Niagara Frontier Council Onondaga District. The senior at Clarence High School had his Eagle Court of Honor on Monday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  More...

News Brief

The Town of Clarence Planning Board work session and regular meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 1, have both been canceled.   More...

Letters to the Editor

Thanks to everyone for concert support

On behalf of the Clarence Band Boosters, we would like to offer our gratitude to the Clarence community for the tremendous show of support for the 50th annual Concert at Kleinhans. How excited the students were to play to a packed house.  More...

Flag Day program deeply appreciated

On behalf of my family, I would like to thank the Clarence School District, the PTO, and especially the staff and students of the Clarence Center Elementary School for an extra-special Flag Day program this year.  More...

Thanks for brush pile consideration

The Clarence Highway Department is working hard this summer to ensure that we have safe town roads and bridges as well as trying to keep our streets and neighborhoods clean and looking good. More...

Education

Mini camps planned by Monkey See, Monkey Do

Monkey See, Monkey Do … Children’s Bookstore, at 9060 Main St., Clarence, is holding mini camps this week.  “Let’s Go Camping Camp,” for ages 4 and older, is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. More...

News Brief

Zachary Kuloszewski of Clarence has received a full scholarship to attend Michigan State University.   More...

Camp Invention returning next month

Camp Invention, a summer enrichment day camp program supported by the U.S. More...

Lifestyles

Artisan Market part of Canalside’s allure

Julie Leatherbarrow moved back to Buffalo in 2004 after years of traveling the country selling her homemade glass products at malls, festivals and street fairs, Despite some trials, including tornadoes and hurricanes, she found customers everywhere. More...

Ariel Princess Tea Party planned

Monkey See, Monkey Do … Children’s Bookstore, 9060 Main St., Clarence, will hold an Ariel Summer Princess Tea Party, for ages 4 and up, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 27. 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...

Business

Clarence resident becomes CEO of ECMCC

Clarence resident Richard C. Cleland has been named chief executive officer of the Erie County Medical Center Corp. More...

MacSolutions Plus holds grand opening of new store

MacSolutions Plus, an independent Apple specialist store at Eastern Hills Mills, held its grand opening on Saturday.  The 6,400-square-foot store, formerly Brooks Brothers, is located in the center concourse of the Transit Road mall.  More...

Amtrak destinations featured in ‘New York By Rail’ travel guide

New York By Rail, the annual travel guide to the Amtrak destinations within New York State, Vermont and Canada, has been released by Amtrak, the nation’s intercity passenger rail service.  The 84-page, full-color glossy magazine is publish More...


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