2019-12-17

Next Stage of Oakwood Construction to Start Later in January


The East Aurora Village Board held an informational session on Dec. 16 to share details about the work to complete water, storm and sidewalk repairs all along the road in 2020.

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Club Looks to Bolster Interest in Cross Country Skiing Around WNY


A non-profit called the Buffalo Youth Ski Nordic Club will have the lessons at Elma Meadows County Park. 

Obituary: Linda Schnepper Butler, Dental Assistant, Cherished Wife, Mother, Grandmother

Linda (née Haworth) Schnepper Butler of East Aurora died on Thursday, December 5. She was 83. 

Obituary: Robert Joseph O’Connor IV, Husband, Father and Grandfather

Robert Joseph O’Connor died on Thursday, December 5 at home in East Aurora after a long illness. He was 83.

Unified Sports Programs to Benefit from Changes to Age Restrictions


An amendment has been approved that would allow more students to participate in Unified Sports programs across New York State

Residents Asked to Report Signs of Invasive Species


As homeowners across the state are bringing Christmas trees inside this season, state departments are asking everyone to keep an eye out for evidence of an invasive species on the tree.

Column: Steelhead Fishing, a great Christmas Gift


Each year when the weather turns chilly and snow begins to fly, our Lake Erie tributary streams, both large and small, become home for migratory trout known as steelhead.

Letter to the Editor: Season Marks 75th Anniversary of Battle of the Bulge

Dear Editors, I have recently been reading Citizen Soldiers by the amazing American historian Stephen Ambrose. This book relates the story of U.S. infantry and airborne troops after they landed in France on D-Day in June 1944, through the end of the war in Europe some eleven months later. One of the most famous parts of this narrative concerns the […]

Letter to the Editor: Mayor and Administrator Doing Well to Lead Village

Dear Editor I write today after attending a Village Board meeting [Dec. 16]. It was held in the Middle School cafeteria starting at 6 p.m.so residents could come and hear future plans and updates on the Oakwood Avenue project.  The actual board meeting then started at 7 p.m. We are fortunate to have a mayor such as Peter Mercurio. He […]