Art Openings for Summer Show


Artists of all media are welcome to apply.

New Candidates to Seek Village Board Seats


For the upcoming Village of East Aurora election, the ballot will contain the option to choose from four candidates seeking the three available seats.  On Wednesday, March 18, voters in the village will be able to cast their vote to fill three board seats and the mayoral position. Current Mayor Peter Mercurio is the only person who submitted a petition […]

Request Made for Village Help on Tannery Brook Streambank

With plans to replace the culvert on Whaley Avenue set to begin this summer, additional efforts are underway to gain help and fix the streambanks on either side of the bridge. 

Spotlight on Lou Ann Boersch

Lou Ann Boersch of East Aurora is a woman who enjoys the sport of speed skating. She has participated in racing for years, transitioning away from hockey at a young age.

Film Society to Collaborate on Film and Vaudeville Event

The Roycroft Film Society will present The Marx Brothers’ A Night At The Opera, a classic film screening and live vaudeville performance in collaboration with The Lancaster Opera House. 

Obituary: Jordan Weisner, Upstate Farms Employee

Jordan Weisner of East Aurora died on Saturday, February 8.

Obituary: Marie Suzanne Stumpf, Beloved Mother and Grandmother

Marie Suzanne Stumpf, born Marie Suzanne Steeg in Kenmore on Aug. 1, 1934, died on Wednesday, February 5. She was 85.

Obituary: Carl Robert Pries, Passionate Lover of Nature, Wildlife

Carl Robert Pries of Yorkshire died on Tuesday, Feb. 4, following a six-year fight with cancer.

Obituary: Mary Jane “Nancy” Messing, Retired From Lancaster Schools

Mary Jane Messing, an Elma resident known to her family and friends as Nancy, died on Tuesday, February 4. 

Obituary: Robert G. Heineman, Beloved Family Man

Robert G. Heineman of East Aurora died on Sunday, February 9. He was 82.