Options for Parking Changes to Oakwood Avenue Discussed at Meeting

The change could add about four or five extra spaces, but could negatively impact a resident in that region. 

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Column: The Odds After All, Are in Our Favor

However awash in contradictions we may be, and however insignificant minions of the owners we are, we gather and bleed for our team, crying out “Hey-eh-eh-eh, let’s go Buff-a-LO!”

Lady Chiefs Maintain Undefeated Streak Against Tough Opponents

On the cusp of the new year, coach Steve Sokolski and his girls traveled to what could probably be described as one of his least favorite places in Section VI, Olean High School.

Column: During Warm Winters, Perhaps A River Runs Through Us All 

With the lack of ice forming on our inland lakes, hard water (ice) anglers, including myself, are searching for options.

Bombers Quiet Quakers in Battle of Area’s Top Swim Teams

The celebrated East Aurora Bombers boys varsity swimming team had done just about everything in the past half decade, but they had not beaten swimming juggernaut Orchard Park.

Film Society to Screen Italian Romantic Comedy 


The Roycroft Film Society will host a screening of the Italian comedy Bread and Tulips at the Roycroft Power House. 

Physical Therapist Helps Children With Disabilities Through Hippotherapy

It’s a cliché, but “Many are called; few are chosen,” might just fit when it comes to East Aurora physical therapist, Dr. Sarah Pictor.

New Director Appointed to Open Government Committee

The appointment ends a search for a replacement after the former leader was fired on allegations of sexual harassment while on the job. 

Obituary: Linda J. VanValkenburgh, Beloved Wife, Dear Mother

Linda J. VanValkenburgh (née Flett) of East Aurora died December 28, 2019. She was 70.