The Town of Wales is looking into the possibility of using federal relief funds to invest in a mass notification system.
The courts have ruled against former East Aurora teacher Colin Shoemaker and his case seeking $3.2 million in damages from the school district.
Starting this week, the Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH) is expanding its COVID-19 testing operations to the Jesse Nash Health Center at 608 William Street in Buffalo.
Marilla has issued a proclamation stating that they consider New York State’s use of non-white race as an increased risk factor in eligibility for COVID treatments discriminatory.
The Iroquois Central School District is one of several area schools to join in a test-to-stay program with the Erie County Department of Health. A proposal to acquire the fire hall substation from the Elma Fire Dept is beginning to take shape.
Marilla has made official a revised meeting schedule that has been in place since the pandemic began, and discussed distribution of masks and testing for town residents at the most recent meeting.
It’s that time of year…when everyone is sick. And it’s not just COVID; it’s everything. The sniffles, cough, the stomach bug—you name it, someone around you has it. Have kids? Just wait—it’s coming for you, too. This is my first winter during which my daughter is old enough to be having play dates, which has equated to an uptick in […]
Governor Kathy Hochul announced a plan to fight the COVID-19 winter surge and make vaccines, boosters, testing and masks more widely available in a plan that includes
at-home test kits, tests for schools and the launch of seven new testing sites.
Approximately 50 residents from all over Erie County attended a special meeting in Marilla on Dec. 7 to see the town board approve a resolution that states the town government will not support a mask mandate handed down from Erie County officials.
Similar to other parts of Western New York, local schools are seeing an uptick in positive COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks. The rates still remain low overall, and the districts are continuing with in-person instruction.