The public is invited to learn more about diabetes by participating in sessions held at the Rural Outreach Center
In the oldest part of Oakwood Cemetery, near the creek bank where Tannery Brook meets the Cazenovia, stands a unique gravestone.
Eleanore M. Wisniewski Feb. 17, 1923 – April 22, 2019 Eleanore M. Wisniewski died on Monday, April 22. She was 96. Mrs. Wisniewski was born on Feb. 17, 1923, in Buffalo, the daughter of the late Boleslaus and Julianna (née Stoklosa) Pawlowski. She was a graduate of the Edward J. Meyer Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. Her career included working […]
Bruce C. Owen of Holland died on Sunday, April 21 after a courageous battle. He was 70. Mr. Owen was born on July 17, 1948, the son of the late Lyle and Lillian Owen. He was predeceased by his wife Mary E. (née Spears). He is survived by his children Wendy, Jeffrey (Darleen D.), Rae (Sean) Georgi, and Jessica; grandchildren […]
Roger Leslie Clark Sept. 9, 1935 – April 16, 2019 Roger Leslie Clark, a 50-year resident of Elma, died from a stroke on Tuesday, April 16 at Mercy Hospital. He was 83. Mr. Clark was born in Tonawanda on Sept. 9, 1935. He graduated from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry with a masters degree in forestry in […]
In just a few years, the West Falls Center for the Arts has established itself in the forefront of the rural music, art and creativity scene.
At the next East Aurora Village Board meeting there will be a public hearing on the condominium construction proposed along Hamlin Avenue.
East Aurora resident Brittany Waldron is opening a private speech therapy office out of her home this summer.
The Iroquois varsity baseball team remained undefeated on the season after winning a pair of games in Florida last week
Messinger Woods Wildlife Care and Education Center sees its support through volunteers and donations.