The Town of Wales has a new supervisor for the first time in 20 years. The first meeting of the Town of Wales under new Supervisor Timothy Howard discussed technology and possible future streaming of town meetings.
Open garage doors on an unusually sunny day result in the discovery of an underwater aquatic robotic being designed and constructed for ocean work related to the development of the renewable energy sector right here in East Aurora by our columnist Rick Ohler.
When the East Aurora school district moved to remote learning, Technology teacher Brian Cray was suddenly teaching his students behind a screen. For students taking his course because they are hands-on learners, this was not ideal. Giving them the opportunity to learn based on their strengths required some out of the box thinking, and some innovation on Cray’s part, bringing new meaning to the well-known “One Man’s Trash” adage.
Two talented and dedicated seniors from Paula O’Connor’s music classes at East Aurora High School have managed to rise above the pandemic’s limitations by using technology to perform in a symphonic band as part of the New York State Schools Music Associations’ All-state Music Ensembles, allowing them to rise above the restrictions faced by musicians during COVID.