The New York Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation reminds snowmobilers to ride responsibly and put safety first as they enjoy winter snowmobiling. Safety courses are available, and trail conditions are available online, and through local clubs.
Snowmobilers Can Renew Sled Registration in Erie County
The Erie County Clerk’s office requests that snowmobilers register their sleds and trailers directly through the Erie County Auto Bureau in an effort to retain registration revenues within Erie County. Same or next day appointments are currently available at all branches.
Boys & Girls Club of Holland Hosts Annual Dinner
The Boys & Girls Club of Holland held its Annual Dinner and End of the Year Awards Ceremony at the end of November at the Holland Willows. Among those honored was Executive Director Brian Tavernier, who was recognized for his 25 years of service.
Iroquois Girls Basketball Starts Season Strong
In the 2022-2023 basketball season, the Iroquois girls varsity team is currently 5-2. It has held a three-game win streak during the busy month of December.
Iroquois Boys Basketball Continues Winning Streak
The Iroquois Central boys basketball team is holding a four-game winning streak as it heads into the new year.
Column: Rod, Gun and Game: Hey Mom, it’s Cold Out Here!
Last weekend’s winter surprise snow blast provided extra time indoors for all of us! In my family, we shared talk time around the wood stove and enjoyed card games that are rarely played because no one has time for such things these days. But we did this Christmas! My veterinarian granddaughter, Kelsey, has kept many pets over the years; some […]
East Aurora Girls Basketball Takes Multiple Wins in December
The East Aurora girls basketball team has a three-game winning streak it will take into the new year. with a first match on Jan. 4 at 6:30 p.m. for an away match against Lake Shore.
Board Votes to Remove Impersonation Language in Town Code
The board approved updating the adult code definition in a unanimous vote.
Smith Leaves Impressive Legacy With Land Conservancy
Since joining the conservancy as a part-time community outreach worker in 2004, Nancy Smith has guided the organization from helping individual land owners secure easements to preserving several several thousand acres of local preserve and farmland and revitalizing the Niagara Corridor and Buffalo River through the Highline Project. She will step down in 2023 after 18 years of crusading for WNY woodlands and wild spaces.
Former Restaurant to Be Demolished for Car Wash
The former restaurant called Flappy’s Pub, at 5700 Seneca St. in West Seneca, would be demolished to make way for a car wash.