2020-03-25

Tannery Culvert Construction on Hold Another Year


The hope is that delaying the project will result in a better bids from contractors. 

Column: Inland Trout Season Opens Wednesday, April 1


In some parts of the country, they’re calling this the spring that never was. Charter captains and restaurants in Florida make most of their annual income during the hot fishing season of the Florida spring.  In Western New York, in one sense, we are quite lucky for a few reasons. It’s still winter, sort of. We survived the last chilly […]

Oakwood Project Continues Without Delays Amid Health Crisis


Despite the workplace restrictions imposed on New Yorkers across the state, this week the construction efforts on Oakwood Avenue advanced without interruption. 

Obituary: Christopher Joseph Vesper, Beloved Son and Loving Brother

Christopher Joseph Vesper died suddenly on Wednesday, March 11.

Obituary: Paula Ann Szkutak, Beloved Wife and Mother, Dedicated Volunteer, Accountant for Non-Profits

Paula Ann Szkutak (née Holesa) of East Aurora died March 14, after a courageous battle of 39 months with glioblastoma brain cancer.

Obituary: Dennis R. Siebert, Former Elma Water Department Superintendent

Dennis Raymond Siebert, known to his family and friends as “Denny,” died peacefully under the care of Hospice on Wednesday, March 4.

Obituary: Margaret L. Savage, Woman of Faith, Dedicated to Family

Margaret L. Savage, known as Peg, died on Tuesday, March 10.

Obituary: David C.Ramsdell, Animal Lover, Treasured Husband and Father

David C. Ramsdell, a resident of West Falls, died Sunday, March 15.

Obituary: William H. Pikett, Humble Family Man

William H. Pikett, known to all as Bill, died on Monday, March 9. He was 96.

Obituary: Martin J. O’Brien, Proud Veteran of US Air Force

Martin J. O’Brien of Nokomis, Fla., formerly of Alexandria, Va., died on March 2.