Obituary: Monsignor Kevin T. O’Neill, Longtime Pastor of Immaculate Conception

Monsignor Kevin T. O’Neill, longtime pastor of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in East Aurora and supporter of Catholic education, died on Tues., Aug. 11.

Obituary: Nancy Ann Brown, Devoted to Family, Talented Seamstress

Nancy Ann (née Ricketson) Brown died on Saturday, August 15 after a hard fought, 10-year battle with cancer.

2020-08-19 E-Edition

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Cell Tower Proposed on Farm Land in Wales

A new cell tower is being proposed in the Town of Wales to enhance wireless communication in the area. 

Column: August Dog Days Offer the Finest of Summer

This year, the dog days of August have been very kind to us. Anglers, archers, trap-shooters, skeet-shooters, bird-watchers, campers, hikers, boaters, and ordinary everyday folks have discovered new and simple things about life. Many of these new detections include encounters with the outdoors. The Lake Erie walleye absent from angler catch rates three to four weeks ago are filling live […]

Blue Devil Zittel Wins Award for WNY Club Hockey

East Aurora-Holland hockey player Dominick Zittel accepted his trophy for Hasek’s Heroes Offensive Player of the Year in the Club Level of WNY Varsity Hockey last week.

Garden Center Owner Honored by 4-H Club

The Marilla Lads & Lassies 4-H Club honored Murray Bros. Nurseries and Garden Center for its ongoing support of the group. 

East Auroran to Lead Mental Health Advocates of WNY

If there could be a more challenging time to take over a non-profit that offers mental health services to every sector of the population than right now, during a pandemic, none comes to mind. 

Marilla Signs Shared Services Agreement for Paramedic Care

Plans are finally solidifying for Marilla and Elma to enter into a shared services agreement after years in the making, and it appears as though East Aurora and South Wales will sign on, too.

Iroquois District Begins Plans to Inform Public of Capital Project

The vote for the $19.2 million project is set for Tuesday, Oct. 6 from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.