Verna (Kintzel) Lexo Snyder of Port Orange, Fla., formerly of East Aurora, died Sunday, October, 27. She was 93.
Obituary: Gordon Trask Muckler, Jr., World Traveler, Loved Flea Markets
Gordon Trask Muckler, Jr. died on June 28, 2019, in Tarpon Springs, Fla. from cardiac arrest. He was 70.
Obituary: Gail Marilyn McAfoos, Nurse, Professor, Avid Reader
Gail Marilyn McAfoos of East Aurora died on Saturday, October 26. She was 74.
Obituary: Janice Mogavero Kirk, Loved Family and Traveling
Aformer resident of East Aurora, died at home surrounded by her family on Sunday, October 27.
Obituary: Robert L. Black, Veteran, Engineer, Community Volunteer
A former East Aurora resident, died peacefully Sunday, October 13 in Ithaca. He was 94.
Marilla Keeps Budget Proposal Under Tax Cap
Health insurance costs are increasing, wages are increasing as are sanitation rates, but just like past budgets, the tax rate will not change for residents.
Iroquois Prepares for New Gym Floor at Middle School
The $95,500 bid covers floor installation, lamination, and replacement of the 40-year-old bleachers.
Changes Arrive at Drama Club: Iroquois Sees New Director and Timeframe of Musical and Plays
The Iroquois Drama club’s upcoming play “Gone with the Gust” is a familiar show for the club among a season of change for the group.
Holland Water District Residents Asked to Complete Survey
The town needs them as soon as possible in order to potentially qualify for a Community Development Block Grant.
Historian’s Corner: Literacy Requirement Kept ‘Undesirables’ from Voting
The rule was clear. If you wanted to vote, you had to be able to read and write English. Town Historian Robert Goller looks at the former requirement in this month’s history column.