Cooperative Market and Landlord in Court Seeking Returns on Investments

The lawsuits were filed in 2018, and each side is pointing fingers stating that the other party is refusing to pay bills and money that is owed.

Column: Loving the Efforts in Copehhagen


Some of us remember the movie musical starring Danny Kaye as HCA (Hans Christian Anderson). I taught Children’s Literature for many years and I loved teaching the HCA unit. I started the unit with that movie. When my friend, Mary Callahan, invited me to accompany her to Copenhagen, I knew I had to go. HCA is still the beloved son […]

Judy Weidemann: Volunteer of the Year and a Perpetual Motion Machine

The former Parkdale Elementary School principal is perhaps the most thoroughly engaged, hardest-working retired person in town.

Demolition Request, New Ice Cream Shop and a Village Tree Were Discussed at Meeting

The East Aurora Village Board meeting on Oct. 7 focused on many items, including a home demolition request, an application for a new business and what trees in the village needed attention.

Oakwood Avenue Repair Leads to Broken Sewer and Gas Lines

A gas line for the Oakwood Plaza businesses was broken last week, and a sewer line issue caused a backup at the General Riley House, a business associated with Elm Street Bakery. 

Column: Surf, Snow, Sea Birds, Eagles and Mountain Sheep

The multiple peaks, snow-covered mountains, snow-melt streams and Yosemite Falls, crystal clear water…simply amazing, to state it modestly.

Boys Soccer Earns Two Shutout Victories

For its last three games, the East Aurora Blue Devils boys soccer team took two wins and a loss. The group has an overall 9-2-1 record.   On Saturday they concluded the week making up the non league game against Canisius that was postponed after Tuesday’s storm. In a series that is always a tight contest, this proved to be the […]

Blue Devils Drop Escarpment Matchup with Lew-Port

For 29 minutes, it was a whale of a game on Lewiston-Porter High School’s Blakeslee Field.

Obituary: Warren Chester Moffett, Former Town Historian

Warren Chester “Moff” Moffett died peacefully at Point Manor Personal Care Home in Point Marion, Pa., on Thursday, September 26, after a long decline with dementia. He was 92.

Obituary: Ronald C. Knuth, Store Owner, Fireman

Ronald C. Knuth, a resident of East Aurora and a longtime member of the East Aurora Fire Department, died on Friday, October 4. He was 78.