2018-07-25

Resident expresses concerns regarding safety of parking patterns



Emily Verrette, a resident in the Town of Eagle, attended the June board meeting requesting a change in the parking patterns on Main Street. Currently, vehicles are to pull into the spaces along the curb, whereas parallel parking is often found curbside. It was said that the pull in spaces block visibility from Exchange Street, a side street off Main, […]

Knox Memorial Cup; More Than a Sporting Event



<p dir=”ltr”>I have lived less than a couple miles from the Knox Farm State Park stables for most of my life. And I have never been to a polo match. I know, it is shocking, but I suspect there are a lot of people in East Aurora like me. <p dir=”ltr”><span>But that all changed on Sat., July 21, when I […]

Savory Summer Entertaining



Town of Eagle: Moratorium possible while local solar law is drafted



With more large solar companies looking into the area for solar farms, many local municipalities are looking into taking protective actions against big business taking over farmland. The Town of Eagle is no exception. Board members have been discussing for some time putting together a local law regarding solar energy and solar farms. Currently, the town is looking at a […]

Arcade Area Police Reports – July 26, 2018



Truck topples New York State Police and the ECSO responded to Vermont Street in Holland at 9:58 a.m. on Thursday, July 19 for a property damage accident involving a tractor trailer that had tipped over. The road was closed while it was up righted.

Live birds of prey, REPCO Wildlife coming to D-Y Library



<p class=”normal”>Crystal Poyfair of REPCO Crew, who will be visiting the Delevan-Yorkshire Public Library on Tuesday, July 31, at 6:30 p.m., with a variety of live reptiles and amphibians.</p>

Remember When … #3



<p align=”center”><strong>10 Years Ago</strong> <p align=”center”><strong>July 24, 2008</strong> Four Roman Catholic parishes in Wyoming County were merged in June to form the new St. John Neumann Parish. The four were St. Mary Queen of the Rosary in Strykersville, St. Cecilia in Sheldon, St. Nicholas in North Java, and St. Patrick in Java Center. Bishop Edward Kmiec named Father Matthew Zirnheld […]

Smoke and Spice



<h2>6 flavor pairings to amp up summer grilling</h2> (<a href=”www.familyfeatures.com”>Family Features</a>) The grill is often the star of summer gatherings, from weeknight meals to backyard barbecues and family reunions. Impress your guests and add an extra layer of smoky flavor to backyard favorites with the help of rich and aromatic woodchips. Add to your gas or charcoal grill and create […]

Your summer adventure guide to bug-free exploration



(BPT) – Warm weather means it’s time to get outside! As you channel your inner explorer, don’t forget that small, biting insects are also looking for adventure. Ticks can hitch a ride on skin and clothing when you least expect it, and mosquitoes are setting up home-base in your backyard. New data from the Centers for Disease Control reports cases […]

Randolph innovator the subject of program at County Museum



<p class=”normal”>James Huntington will present the program “Charles Huntington: Renaissance Man of Randolph” as part of the “Summer at the Stone House” series at the Cattaraugus County Museum on July 26.</p>