Weekly Feature



February 14, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Hepatitis A case prompts vaccination reminder

The confirmation of a hepatitis A case in Erie County last week should be a reminder of the necessity of vaccinations and their ability to prevent life-threatening virus contractions.  More...

Spindle items

RAY MANCINI — Former lightweight boxing champion Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini will appear at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at Orazio’s Restaurant, 9415 Main St.  More...

‘Alexa, do you share my information with others?’

While I am not much of a technophobe, I gradually move into the present day from time to time so that I can both keep up with the times and feel like I am just as cool as the other guys.  More...

Police Blotter

Teen accused in marijuana bust

Saturday, Feb. 3   A 26-year-old man was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Transit Road. He was released on an appearance ticket.  More...

Lifestyles

Purr-fect Fit plans wine fundraiser

A Purr-fect Fit Animal Rescue & Adoption will hold a “Wine & Whiskers Gala” from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, March 3, at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens, 6461 Transit Road, Depew. Tickets are $50, which include dinner and open bar. More...

Catholic Charities puts focus on job training for 2018 appeal

I n its 94th year, the annual Catholic Charities of Buffalo appeal will once again work to raise  $11 million to fund a host of programs that meet the needs of roughly 153,000 Western New Yorkers who live in poverty or are in crisis.  More...

What's Going On

Contemporary Club sets meeting date

The Clarence Contemporary Club will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at Orazio’s Restaurant, 9415 Main St., Clarence. The club is a philanthropist organization. Donations will be collected for the Haven House in Buffalo. More...

CLARENCE Public Library

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Tabletop Game Space   Meet and connect with others in a safe and social environment to play tabletop games featuring elements of strategy, light role play and cooperative game play. The program is designed for ages 13 and up. More...

Business

Bob Lenz to be honored as Chamber’s Lifetime Achiever

The Bee will profile each of the 2018 award recipients recognized by the Clarence Chamber of Commerce in successive issues. More...

M&T gets excellence award for customer satisfaction

M&T Bank has been recognized for providing exceptional service quality to businesses. More...

Events

Junior League to offer two scholarships   More...

Woodland Hills Subdivision runs into familiar resident concerns

For more than 20 years, developers have envisioned a major development on the vacant, 52-acre site on the south side of Greiner Road, east of Harris Hill Road.  More...

Four-way stop coming to Salt-County intersection

50-mph speed limit will remain

For residents of Salt and County roads, recently completed traffic studies reinforced the narrative that drivers are surpassing the speed limit at that intersection. More...

County Legislature asks state to increase funding to emergency service organizations

Erie County legislators recently passed a resolution introduced by the Minority Caucus, Legislators Joe Lorigo, Ed Rath, John Mills and Kevin Hardwick, to support bipartisan state legislation that would allow emergency responders to apply and receive More...

Local News

Collins advises constituents of increased credit card skimming scams

Following a string of recent scams in Livingston County, Rep. Chris Collins advised area businesses and constituents to take actions to protect themselves. More...

Town Board Agenda

6 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 14

Agenda items  1. Public hearing to consider a local historic landmark designation for property located at 9060 Main St.  2. More...

House flippers land HGTV series

Married house flippers Chris and Lorissa Naugle of Williamsville will be the stars of an upcoming HGTV series called “Risky Builders.”  The show will follow the Naugles, along with artist Blair Rusin of Art By Blair and Tj Miller of More...

Letters to the Editor

Caregivers act will address Alzheimer’s

On Jan. 22, the president signed into law the Recognize, Assist, Include, Support and Engage Family Caregivers Act of 2017, which was supported by Rep. More...

Sports

Girls hoops tops 70 in fourth straight game

Clarence’s girls basketball team put up 70 or more points for the fourth time in as many games on Feb. More...

Personal bests aplenty highlight swimmers’ efforts at Class A meet

Clarence’s boys swimming team “easily had our best meet of the year” Saturday, according to coach Eric McClaren, as the Red Devils finished seventh in the Class A portion of the Class Championship meets.  More...

Rifle squad tops Pioneer, Kenmore

Clarence’s rifle team picked up another pair of victories last week, edging out Pioneer in Thursday’s divisional clash by just seven points two days after topping non-league foe Kenmore by just 10 points.  More...


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