There are a lot of events taking place throughout East Aurora on Dec. 21, starting with a race and ending with the annual Carolcade.
Even though last Sunday was the last day of big game firearm season, my family had invited me to join them at a private tailgate gathering near the home spot of the Buffalo Bills.
Dorothy Louise Shorts (née Fischer) of East Aurora and Mesa, Ariz., died on Thanksgiving morning, November 28. She was 92.
Mrs. Carmer was born in Battle Creek, Mich. on July 14, 1925, the daughter of Dewitt Clinton Kies and Helen Stoll Kies.
With the loss of a business in an Elm Street building, a neighboring proprietor is looking to expand the features of her shop into the vacant space.
For information or registration regarding all events below, call 716-549-1050.
Another update was released by New York’s Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation agency in regards to the request for ideas to change a section of Knox Farm State Park.
Constituents are already voicing their concern about proposed legislation regarding vaccinations.
Family, friends, and community members milled about in anticipation of seeing the new music room that would be unveiled that evening in honor of two Holland natives and brothers, Mike and Kelly Edington.
While many may wait until Thanksgiving leftovers are gone to begin decorating for Christmas, this year East Aurora resident Cathy Fontaine started the decorating process before the turkey started to defrost.