Advertiser-2020-06-10 E-Edition

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Bank Building Gets Approval for New Development Plan

Following several public hearings and East Aurora Village Board discussions, new plans were approved for redeveloping a former bank building into an event center. This took place at a May meeting.   Located at 649 Main St., near the East Aurora Masonic Temple, the building that once held several banks over its long history was given the approval to continue its […]

Nursing Home Creates Facebook Page to Give Extra Support to Senior Citizens


Obituary: Tyler S. Lewis, Beloved Son, Nature Lover, World Traveler

Tyler S. Lewis of  Penfield and East Aurora died suddenly of natural causes, not related to COVID-19, on Wednesday, June 3.

Column: Brick by Brick

There are several times during a child’s life when their bedroom should get a redo, and there is no better time than during a global pandemic. Lisa Wojcik, who lives in Marilla, recently gave her children’s bedroom a new look in time for their 11th and 14th birthdays, by using a wall technique that she taught herself by watching videos […]

Elma Resident’s Company Celebrates 50th Anniversary in Buffalo


Control System Labs is celebrating its’ 50th year anniversary in Buffalo, NY. For over half a century, it has been repairing and providing replacement industrial electronic controls for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), service companies, and end users from around the world.  According to a news release from the company, since 1970, Control System Labs has completed repairs on more than […]

Editorial: Considering Education Past COVID-19

School districts around the state are wrapping up what could go down in history as the most bizarre school year ever, but work will continue this summer. Educational leaders will be tasked with creating a plan about how to bring students back into the classroom, and what learning will look like in the midst of a pandemic. During one of […]

Column: Top That

Have you seen those top ten surveys that have been going around? Name your top ten books or movies, your top ten favorite foreign vacation spots or chicken wing venues in East Aurora, that sort of thing? Lately, a popular question has involved music: Name the top ten albums that have influenced your life. You’re supposed to put yours out […]

Letter to the Editor: Appreciative for Organizer Behind East Aurora Kneels Event

Dear Editor, Thank you to Bob Sowyrda for organizing the “East Aurora Kneels” event last Friday.  While only three minutes long, it was prayerful, respectful and well attended.  The only sound was the peeling of church bells.  The short event proved that many people still have concern for each other in these stressful and violent times. George Wilkins East Aurora

Letter to the Editor: East Aurora Kneels Shows That People Care

Dear Editor,  I would like to thank everyone who participated in the “East Aurora Kneels” demonstration. It was a very small gesture, but hopefully enough to encourage someone who needs to be encouraged that there is someone out there who cares. The event developed so quickly, seemingly with a life of its own, that it could almost have been called […]