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Although the structure nearly spanned the entirety of Main Street, the Victory Arch has seemingly disappeared. Its last known place was in the middle of... [Read More]
On Saturday, April 14, the Erie County Sheriff's Badge and Shield Club hosted its annual awards dinner honoring active and retired members of the Erie... [Read More]
"Wouldn't it be nice if we could have one celebration, all of us together, just one time, one day, one world?" [Read More]
With intentions of one day making it on the professional circuit, Delevan native Wyatt Henry Wawro, a 14-year-old, has been racing motocross for five years.... [Read More]
Chris Ciolfi of Evolution Towers & Site Services attended the April meeting of the Delevan Village Board to discuss the construction of a cell tower... [Read More]
The first order of business by the Rushford Town Board at the regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 9 was to make a decision on... [Read More]
At the ripe old age of 1, Karina'lu Degnan has already been crowned the winner of a beauty pageant. Degnan, the daughter of Kari'lu Cook... [Read More]
At the annual organizational meeting on April 3, Village of Arcade Mayor Jay May announced appointments for the 2018-2019 fiscal year.  All appointments expire April... [Read More]
On a recent family vacation to Hawaii, Jeff and Joanne Ely of Freedom celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary surrounded by some of their close family.... [Read More]
Trees removed and a parking lot installed near a Main Street residence have upset neighbors and East Aurora Village Trustees. [Read More]
This column is a chance for the community to be introduced to a neighbor that isn't ordinarily involved with the public, but there is a... [Read More]
The varsity Iroquois boys lacrosse team returned to action after spring recess with three games last week. The team won one of the three matches. [Read More]
Veteran Iroquois varsity baseball coach Marv Matteson didn't really know what to expect heading into a new conference this season, but two things he anticipated... [Read More]
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After months of haggling over a new contract with its volunteer fire company, the Marilla Town Board unanimously came to terms with the Marilla Fire... [Read More]
For the first time in years, the East Aurora School Board has approved a budget that includes reinstating more instructional appointments within the district than... [Read More]
A student's senior year of high school is not a simple feat. Along with staying on top of classwork, applying for college and sometimes working... [Read More]
Vicki Schneider is a hot glass sculptor who has been recognized for her ongoing creative efforts in a national magazine dedicated to glass sculptures. [Read More]
Outdoor electronic signs, and the apparent dislike of them by many in the community, brought three members of the Elma Town Zoning Board of Appeals... [Read More]
With  glasses raised, the three town supervisors for Aurora, Holland and Wales offered a toast to the people who helped create the towns, to those... [Read More]
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