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February 4, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Ice House bar loses liquor license

According to East Aurora Mayor Allan Kasprzak, the Ice House bar, located at 29 Elm St., East Aurora, is now without a liquor license. More...

Local News

Volunteerism, academics play primary roles for high schooler

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Victoria Jankowski is a black belt in tae kwon do, a member of varsity softball and volleyball teams, a three-year lead in her school’s musical program, a member of the National Honor Society and a student with hopes of pursuing a medical caree More...

Political Brief

Individuals interested in running for the East Aurora Village Board can now pick up petition packets at Village Hall, 571 Main St., East Aurora. More...

Details given for new Moog building

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday the plans for a new $12 million manufacturing and test facility for space propulsion products to be located on Moog’s campus in Elma. Moog Inc. More...

Sports

Lady Blue Devil cagers earn key league wins

Sports Reporter

East Aurora’s girls basketball team solidified its current spot atop the ECIC III regular-season standings ahead of Saturday’s key clash with co-leader Pioneer by topping Amherst and Cheektowaga over a four-day span. More...

Early registration discount in effect for Aurora Arsenal soccer program

The Aurora Arsenal soccer program is currently holding online registration for the upcoming 2016 house league season. More...

DEGRACE UNDER FIRE —

Iroquois goalie Colton DeGrace come up with the stop during his club hockey team’s 5-4 victory over Buffalo Sunday at Leisure Rinks. More...

What's Going On

Whats Going On

American Red Cross sets blood drive The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, at Faith Lutheran Church, 1230 Bowen Road, Elma. Chorale looking for members More...

Business

Rep. Collins visits 42 North Brewing Company to talk FDA regulation

Rep. Chris Collins toured the 42 North Brewing Company on Friday as he discussed several proposed regulations that he says could adversely impact New York’s local brewers and future opportunities for the state’s brewing industry. More...

Sales, marketing execs schedule networking party

Buffalo Niagara Sales and Marketing Executives’ Cocktails and Connections Networking Party will take place at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8, at the North American Breweries Pub, 50 Fountain Plaza, Buffalo. More...

Retailers to participate in Food Bank of WNY fundraising campaign

Western New Yorkers will be able to help feed hungry families in the community while shopping for groceries throughout the month of February. More...

On the move

Iroquois’ Parris Maroney slips past Williamsville South defender Brianna Neeley on a baseline drive to the basket during the Lady Chiefs’ 69-39 loss on Monday. More...

Iroquois High students, staff to stage ‘Kids Night Out’

Though the name reads “Kids Night Out,” parents shouldn’t be fooled. More...

Editorials

Everyone benefits with ‘Night Out’ participation

From 6 to 9 p.m. More...

Spindle items

East Aurora Editor

SUPPORT THE ARTS — Tomorrow night, East Aurora High School will begin the run of its spring musical, “Mary Poppins.” And, as a former drama club member myself, I can assure you that those involved — from tech crew to lead char More...

Out of the Past

20 Years Ago Feb. 8, 1996 More...

Education

On the Campus

Robert Coatsworth of Elma was named to the dean’s list at Nazareth College for the fall 2015 semester. Mitchell Phillips of Elma recently received the John J. Bero Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship at Clarkson University. More...

EA High School Prepares for Arrival of "Mary Poppins"

Rehearsals are under way for East Aurora High School’s winter musical, “Mary Poppins,” which will run Feb. 5-7 in the school’s theater. More...

Lifestyles

Portrait of an Artist: Buffalo's own Tom Toles

Reporter

When Tom Toles left The Buffalo News in 2002 to become the editorial cartoonist of The Washington Post, he faced the monumental task of filling the shoes of the man who preceded him. More...

Marilla Kiwanis sets food, paper products drive

The Kiwanis Club of Marilla will hold a non-perishable food and paper products drive with the Marilla Cares organization from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, and from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. More...