Column: Talking Squirrels offer Ecology Lessons 

With each passing day, we seem to hear more about the ecology of our planet. It’s a good thing, as we don’t have another planet we can travel to (yet). As I sit in my super-safe Summit Viper climbing treestand, 25 feet from terra firma, somewhere in WNY, during the big game season of New York State, I think about […]

Obituary: Francis E. Zagrobelny, CPA, Husband, Father, Grandfather

Francis E. Zagrobelny, known to his family and friends as Frank, died on Sept. 25, 2020.

Obituary: Kathleen M. Trzepacz, Adored Wife and Mother

Kathleen M. Trzepacz, a resident of Elma, died at home on Wednesday, November 4.

Obituary: Marilyn Popiol, Treasured Mother, Grandmother

Marilyn Popiol of East Aurora died on Sunday, November 29.

Obituary: Paul J. Kishel, Beloved Family Man

Paul J. Kishel, a longtime resident of East Aurora, died peacefully in his sleep on Saturday, December 5.

Obituary: Shawn Francis Flattery, Business Owner, Loving Family Man

Shawn Francis Flattery, a 30 year resident of East Aurora, died on Monday, November 23 in Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, after a long illness.

Obituary: Nelson H. Drosendahl, Veteran, Truck Driver, Cherish Husband and Father

Nelson H. Drosendahl, known to family and friends as Nellie, died suddenly on Friday, December 4.

Mike and Ashley Bojanowski Dazzle the Southtowns with Elaborate Light Show

You shouldn’t miss it; the Bojanowskis have really lit up the holiday spirit for all of us.

The Genesis of Toytown

Fisher-Price Used Community Connections to Begin and Grow

It’s hard to think about the holidays without thinking about toys, and it’s hard to think about toys without thinking about Fisher-Price.

Column: The Full Tour

While the outside of Bojanowski house is getting a lot of attention this holiday season with a fantastic holiday light display, the inside of the house shines all year.