… You must be a Digital or Total Access subscriber to view this content. Please Login or Subscribe Today! Username Password Remember Me Forgot Password
Dear Editor, One provision of the NYS SAFE Act was the mandatory registration of firearms that were deemed assault weapons within one year. New York State Police estimated that there were one million of these rifles at the time. The state police reported that only 45,000 owners of these firearms had complied and registered. I don’t own a high caliber, […]
Dear Editor, Recently a minister in our church gave a sermon on meanness, a trait he sees as rampant in our society these days. Regrettably, verbal meanness, something we all learned in kindergarten to avoid (or should have), has escalated the past few years until it’s taken a toll on families and friendships. A nephew told us a few months […]
Dear Editor, Many thanks to Rick Ohler for organizing and Ben Holmes, Kevin Wilson, Noah Zapata and Anita O’Scier of Wallenwein’s for hosting a great Chili Cook-Off on Sunday. The event, in its second year, has raised funds to support the work at the Rural Outreach Center (ROC). We appreciate that greatly. Perhaps more than the funds, though, is the […]
It appears that Erie County’s venture into New York State’s “early voting” requirement went smoothly, but it isn’t clear if it had any significant impact on voter turn-out. There are 596,260 registered voters in the county and a little over 34 percent cast a ballot in the county executive election. That’s hardly a flag-waving result, and we haven’t heard anyone […]
The next time you’re cleaning out your closets there are good reasons to choose the charity bin instead of the trash bin. Donating used clothing isn’t just a nice thing to do for others – it also creates jobs and helps save the planet. If every one of us donated just one, 22 pound bag, that would keep 55 million […]
“That is the nice thing about physics, we can use the equations and the concepts to try it out, then see how close we get with our measurements,”
Aurora Players is presenting a spooky staged reading as the next installment of its Readers Theater program.
These are used for the arrangements which the club makes and sells at the museum during the Holiday Sale on Dec. 7.
While there is a projected loss of state aid this year, the Aurora Town Board said its budget plan for next year will still stay under the property tax cap.