2018-04-11

Warsaw Police report – April 12 edition



<p class=”p1″><span class=”s1″><strong>SATURDAY, MARCH 31</strong></span></p><p class=”p2″><span class=”s1″>12:20 a.m. — A 19-year-old Pavilion male was charged with operating motor vehicle impaired by drugs, no tail lamp and failure to keep right. He was issued an appearance ticket and released to a sober third party. The male is due in court July 16.</span></p><p class=”p3″> </p><p class=”p2″><span class=”s1″>6:10 p.m. — Following a traffic stop […]

Driver Cuts Through Bunny Hop Course


East Aurora Police Blotter

<p dir=”ltr”>Police were called to handle a driver who had ignored fire police and made his way toward the Bunny Hop 5K race on March 31. <p dir=”ltr”><span>This took place around 10:45 a.m. The driver, a 43-year-old man from Kelly Drive, reportedly drove from Kelly Drive onto Mill Road, going around the fire police there, and then going around other […]

Taking Green to the Grave



<div id=”bp-slideshow-container”></div><script type=”text/javascript” src=”//www.brandpointcontent.com/widget/slideshow/32764″></script> (BPT) – As Americans become increasingly dedicated to reducing their carbon footprint, people are exploring ways to be green in life, as well as after death. Last year, the <a href=”www.nfda.org/&#8221; rel=”nofollow”>National Funeral Directors Association</a> (NFDA) reported in its <a href=”www.nfda.org/news/media-center/nfda-news-releases/id/2419/nfda-consumer-survey-funeral-planning-not-a-priority-for-americans&#8221; rel=”nofollow”><em>Consumer Preferences and Awareness Study</em></a> that more than 50 percent of Americans are interested in […]

How Parents Can Help Boost Kids’ Financial Literacy



(StatePoint) April is Financial Literacy Month, providing the perfect opportunity to actively engage kids on the topic of money. “Even young children should learn about basic money concepts, like saving for a goal and spending only what you can afford,” says Alison Summerville, business administration executive and head of Corporate Citizenship at Ally Financial. “Building an understanding of basic money […]

Ginger L. Keem, Devoted Wife and Mother


Obituary

<p dir=”ltr”>Ginger L. Keem <p dir=”ltr”><span>Nov. 1, 1951 – March 25, 2018</span> <p dir=”ltr”><span>Ginger L. Keem of Wales died on Sunday, March 25. She was 65.</span> <p dir=”ltr”><span>The daughter of the late Chester and Regina Anauo, she was born on Nov. 1, 1951 in Ticonderoga.</span> <p dir=”ltr”><span>A graduate of Alden High School, Mrs. Keem married Larry R. Keem on Aug. […]

Attica PD report – April 12 edition



<p class=”p1″><span class=”s1″><strong>SATURDAY, MARCH 24</strong></span></p><p class=”p2″><span class=”s1″>Jessalyn K. Pitts, 26, of Castile, was charged with driving while intoxicated, DWI with a BAC of 0.08 percent or higher, passed flashing red light, stopped on pavement, and broken glass. Attica Police said Pitts was stopped on Main Street for two vehicle and traffic violations. Further investigation reportedly revealed Pitts to be driving […]

Ticks with Lyme Disease are a Problem in Many Areas


Letter to the Editor

<p dir=”ltr”>Dear Editor, <p dir=”ltr”><span>I was pleased to see the annual advisory, by columnist Forrest Fisher, on Lyme Disease which was in the April 5 edition of the newspaper. When I was still an East Aurora resident, a number of my neighbors insisted on feeding wild birds from their porches and from bird feeders installed on the ground. I often […]

How to Safely Dispose Needles and Medical Sharps



Former Sewing Center Owner Inducted into Industry Hall of Fame



<p dir=”ltr”>  <p dir=”ltr”><span>Last month, the children of the late Barbara Perry were able to see their mother’s legacy continue as she was inducted into her industry’s hall of fame.</span> <p dir=”ltr”><span>Perry was involved with the Aurora Sewing Center since 1994 until her death in 2017. Her children, Scott Perry and his sister Alyssa McDonell, have since stepped up to […]

5 Ways to Boost Home Wi-Fi



(<a href=”www.familyfeatures.com”>Family Features</a>) In today’s connected world, it’s almost unthinkable to function without an internet connection, and for practical purposes most households need wireless connectivity for everyone to fully enjoy their internet-enabled devices, including smartphones, laptops, tablets, televisions, thermostats, security cameras and even refrigerators. However, with the growing number of devices requiring access to your network, and in some cases […]