Warriors Deal Tough Loss to Chiefs

Under a warm summer sky, perennial playoff favorite Cheektowaga Warriors rolled into Lattimer Field to tangle with the hometown Chiefs. Iroquois began their first drive on the 29-yard line after a Blake Nolan kickoff return. The Warriors demonstrated their aggressive defense immediately, getting flagged for interference on the first down pass over the middle. A few plays, later quarterback Ethan […]

Litigation Continues to Halt Pipeline Project

As of right now, construction will not continue on the Northern Access Pipeline Project until the litigation between state and federal departments is over. The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has filed court paperwork to have its original ruling on the matter maintained, which would prevent the gas line from going forward. The department’s original decision was recently overturned by […]

East Aurora Police Report

Squealing Tires Lead to Arrest for DWI East Aurora Police charged a 23-year-old man from Stolle Road in Marilla with driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop on Sept. 9 around 2:40 a.m. The incident started while an officer was at the corner of Oakwood Avenue and Hamburg Street. The officer reportedly heard an engine revving its engine and then […]

Blue Devils Make Improvements in Loss to Lake Shore

One of the East Aurora-Holland Blue Devils football coaches looked over at the Statz Men (Erik Maeder, Frank Nigro and yours truly) after the heartbreaking 6-2 loss at Lake Shore last Friday and said, “We’re getting’ there.” That was a pretty good spin on the game that saw the Blue Devils give their best effort of the season so far […]


Anne (Nan) Coventry Bell, Librarian Anne Coventry Bell Aug. 14, 1950 – Sept. 8, 2018 Anne Coventry Bell, known as “Nan” or “Miss Bell”, died on Saturday, September 8 after four years with ovarian cancer. She was 68. Born Aug. 14, 1950, in Buffalo, she the daughter of Vern Coventry Bell and Anne Shearer Bell and grew up in East […]

Costs Increase Again on Elevator Project in Marilla

Construction costs are going to go up again for the new elevator lift at the Marilla Town Hall on Two Rod Road. The Marilla Town Board approved a second change order for the project at a recent work session to increase the size of the elevator lobby by two feet to accommodate electric wheelchairs. This addition will delay the project […]

Aurora Players Present Musical This Month

Aurora Players will finish its 2018 season with its production of the classic musical “She Loves Me,” directed by Patricia Hoefler with music direction by Paul Waara and choreography by Suzie Hibbard. The show opens Oct. 5 at the Roycroft Theater in Hamlin Park. An intimate and touching show, featuring music by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof) and book by […]

Rotary Has New President and Exchange Student 

The Rotary Club of East Aurora elected a new president for the next year. During the summer, the group voted to have Bob Young take over the leadership role. He will replace Doug Harty, who held it the previous year. The club members also welcomed exchange student Julie Marie. She is from France and will attend East Aurora for the […]

Nominations Due for EA Alumni Hall of Fame Awards

  The East Aurora Educational Foundation has partnered with the East Aurora Union Free School District to recognize outstanding graduates of East Aurora High School. Award nominations are accepted on an ongoing basis, but must be received by Oct. 19 to be considered for induction in the spring of 2019. Up to five graduates whose achievements, service and strength of […]

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