New Officer Hired for East Aurora Police Department

This is to fill a recent vacancy from a retirement over the summer.

Education Department to Require Schools to Support Non-Vaccinated Homeschool Students

NYSED released a statement with the state health department stating that unimmunized students with disabilities who are provided homeschooled are “still entitled to receive special education services.

Iroquois Soccer Teams Finish First Week Undefeated

The Iroquois soccer teams were the first ones among all Chiefs teams to kick off the new fall season last week.

Column: Gorgeous Fishing Adventure in the Niagara Gorge

The lower Niagara River offers a “welcome all” calling card, yet so many fishermen folks don’t know about it.

Film Society to Screen Drama Highlighting Architecture


The Roycroft Film Society has moved its screenings to the Roycroft Power House, and on Sept. 8, the society will show one of the most acclaimed independent films of 2017, Columbus, the feature debut by Korean-American director Kogonada, followed by a discussion. This drama follows two lost souls trying to find their place in the world while they explore some […]

Obituary: William Carl Gipe, Church Deacon, Volunteer, Loving Family Man 

William Carl Gipe, a resident of East Aurora known to all as Bill, died on Thursday, August 29. He was 80.

Kimberly McAtee will be Recognized at Foundation Event

Kimberly McAtee is this year’s recipient of the Dr. James Ford Commitment to Education Award.

Local Organizations Study Effects of Global Warming to Region

They say they know that the climate in Western New York is changing as much as it is changing in other areas of the world, and they observe and track these changes on a regular basis.