2018-03-29

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John Robert Baker



Historian’s Column



<p dir=”ltr”>Within just a few hours on March 25, 1936, the West End was under water. The traffic circle is in the background. <span> </span>

Historian’s Column



<p dir=”ltr”>A record-breaking 18 inches of snow fell on East Aurora on St. Patrick’s Day in 1936. This photograph was taken outside the Bank of East Aurora and Masonic Temple. <span> </span>

Historian’s Column



<p dir=”ltr”>Richard Little, left, John Shindler, center, and Eugene Jerge injected a note of humor into the flood of March 25, 1936, by paddling their way down Main Street at the West End. The humor, however, could not overshadow the seriousness of the flood for many West End business owners. <span> </span>

How Americans In ‘Food Deserts’ Or ‘Food Swamps’ Can Still Fight Off Obesity



It’s never too early or too late to make positive changes in your diet or fitness. (NAPS)

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En esta primavera, llame al 811 antes de excavar para realizar proyectos de jardinería o mejoras en su casa.



Call 811 before digging for home improvement projects and landscaping this spring



(BPT) – With spring having officially begun, many eager homeowners and landscape professionals across the country will roll up their sleeves and reach for their shovels to start projects that require digging this season. During the transition into “digging season,” <a href=”www.commongroundalliance.com&#8221; target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”>Common Ground Alliance</a> (CGA), the organization dedicated to protecting underground utility lines, people who dig near them, […]

Andre Christopher Doll