Advertiser-2020-05-06 E-Edition

Generosity From All Corners Allows Outreach Center To Continue Helping

Once known for serving community dinners in 2009 to people in need, the Rural Outreach Center has become a bustling organization with a busy presences during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Wales Cancels Memorial Day Remembrance


Another longstanding tradition will not be held this year due to the ongoing health crisis. The Town of Wales has decided to not host its Memorial Day ceremony for 2020. “It is our intention to protect our veterans as well as our citizens from any possibility of potential infection,” Town of Wales Supervisor Rickey Venditti stated in announcing this cancellation.  […]

Election for Village Board Set for September

The election was first moved to take place in April, then sometime after June 1, and now there is an official date: Sept. 15. 

Village Residents Expected to See Cost Increases for Ambulance Contract

At this time, the Village of East Aurora is operating off an 8-year-old contract for ambulance services for residents.

Column: Plastics, Worms, Fun Fishing and a NEW APPROACH

Plastic worms were invented in 1949 by Nick Crème near his home in Akron, Ohio. The “Crème Worms” never really caught on until the late 1950s or so, after the introduction of Garcia Mitchell open-face spinning reels that came from France to the USA. The worms were light and could be cast farther with those reels. The only color of […]

School Budget Vote Rescheduled for June 9 to be Completed by Mail

Last Friday, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order to set the school budget vote for June 9.

Village Approves Change Order Increase on Oakwood Project

An additional $99,000 in material costs for the Oakwood Avenue rehabilitation project was approved by the East Aurora Village Board at its May 4 meeting.

Obituary: John Lee West, WWII Veteran, Founding Partner of Robinson, Donino & West, Inc.

John Lee West of East Aurora died peacefully of natural causes on Saturday, April 25. 

Obituary: Celia McCoy, Enjoyed Scrapbooking and Travel, Avid Collector

Celia McCoy, also known as “Ceal” and “Cecelia,” died on Tuesday, April 28, at Oak Hills Nursing Home in Lorain, Ohio.