Last year, the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) finished restoring 19-acres of land on Willardshire Road to the natural state that it was in 70-years-ago, which is green space with open pastures and native plants.
Last week, local musician Doug Yeomans spent four hours traveling the southtowns with the center’s founder and executive director Carolyn Panzica, visiting private homes and assisted-care facilities to bring a little joy after so many months of isolation.
Plans are developing for a local wine and beer establishment in South Wales that will serve as a farm first, and a source to purchase craft alcohol.
The East Aurora Advertiser and Elma Review newspapers have been fortunate to feature many student writers, photographers and interns over the years.
If you live to fish and fish to live (keep some of what you catch), these last few days and the next few weeks are what you have been waiting for.
Several people are stepping forward to begin a process that would improve the natural landscaping around Sinking Ponds Wildlife Sanctuary, with a longer-term vision for enhancing and protecting the land.
With every New York State public school required to send district voters a mail-in ballot with a return envelope, participation jumped compared to prior years. It also saw voters approve ballot measures for East Aurora, Holland and Iroquois.
Temperatures have not been freezing for a few months, but the Rural Outreach Center (ROC) still extended their “Code Blue” outreach program to people in need during the pandemic until the end of May.
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Claudia P. Strickland of West Falls died on Sunday, June 21.