Weekly Feature



March 14, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Editorials

Clarence students’ walkout deserves applause

This morning, Clarence High School joined many other school districts across the nation to take part in the National School Walkout for 17 minutes of silence to remember those killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last m More...

Spindle items

EARTH DAY CONTEST— State Sen. Michael H. Ranzenhofer recently called for local student entries for the New York State Senate’s Earth Day Poster Contest, a statewide competition that raises awareness of environmental issues.  More...

Repair and Reuse Fair offers hope to environmentalists

Imagine you are a college or university student 400 miles from home. You’ve never been mechanically inclined and don’t own any tools except a Swiss army knife. You don’t know a carpenter’s pencil from a tongue depressor. More...

Bee Heard

Bee Heard

I want to congratulate the Clarence students who were protesting against gun violence. More...

Lifestyles

Flag football clinic slated for March

A coed flag football clinic will take place at the Clarence Church of Christ, 5375 Old Goodrich Road, Clarence, each Wednesday in March. The clinic is for children in grades five through 12 and will run from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. More...

Underground Railroad Heritage Center

to share lost history

Opening in May... More...

CLERGY COLUMN

Temptation can be avoided through faith

I n our busy society, people struggle with knowing how to best use time. We try to finish tasks faster, often overlooking the quality of work. More...

With ‘Cabaret,’ students take on politically-charged themes

When Lou Vitello, music department chairman and adviser to the Drama Club at Clarence High School, was asked how he and his students would top 2017’s highly praised production of “Phantom of the Opera,” his response was to try somet More...

Local News

Kearns warns homeowners of ‘deed scam’

Erie County Clerk Mickey Kearns wants homeowners to be aware of a property deed scam taking place in Erie County. More...

Town Board Agenda

6 p.m., Wednesday, March 14

Agenda items   1. Consider a request for a special exception use permit for a secondary living unit at 7815 Northfield Road.  More...

Fire on Capstone Court causes $40,000 in damage

Harris Hill Volunteer Fire Company responded to a building fire at 4155 Capstone Ct. More...

Letters to the Editor

School budget proceeding well

There were two misleading comments left in last week’s Bee Heard regarding the school budget process. The state tax cap for schools is never a static 2 percent limit on the levy. More...

Police Blotter

Belligerent man causes ruckus at tavern

Saturday, March 3   Deputies responded to a two-vehicle accident on Heise Road near County Road. One of the drivers reported minor hand pain. The person was evaluated by first aid and signed off.  Sunday, March 4   More...

Sports

Five schools represented on First Team

All-Bee Boys Hockey

The collection of talent comprising the First Team of all-stars on the 2017-18 All-Bee Boys Hockey Team — representing all three divisions within the Western New York Varsity Hockey Federation — comes from a variety of schools, all of whi More...

Lancers’ Dantonio dubbed 2017-18 Coach of the Year

Going into its Niagara Cup Championship game with St. Joe’s at the KeyBank Center on Feb. 26, very few outside of its own locker room were giving St.  More...

North forward Sardina voted Player of the Year

Anyone who has watched the three-year varsity career of Williamsville North senior forward Brett Sardina could plainly see that he was a special talent with a knack for scoring goals.  More...

What's Going On

Contemporary Club sets meeting date

The Clarence Contemporary Club will hold a meeting on Tuesday, March 20, at the Protocol Restaurant, 6766 Transit Road, Williamsville. More...

Clarence Public Library

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Knitting Club   The Clarence Knitting Club will meet from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20. Bring your knitting projects, exchange ideas, be inspired, and have fun. No registration is necessary.  Tabletop Game Space   More...

Business

Grainy’s Automotive provides family oriented car treatment

In 2005, Jack and Amy Grainy opened Grainy’s Automotive, located at 10939 Main St. in Clarence. More...

M&T Bank and Buffalo Bills kick off tenth annual Touchdown for Teachers

For 10 consecutive years, M&T Bank and the Buffalo Bills have teamed up to honor local educators for their service to their schools and communities with the annual “Touchdown for Teachers” program.  More...

Events

‘Health System of the Future’ panel slated   More...


Clarence Special Events 2018
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