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May 17, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Immaculate Conception students have stories published in book

They may only be in seventh grade, but Immaculate Conception School students Erin Mc- Donald and Ailsa Howard are already published authors. More...

Western New York Land Conservancy receives grant

The Western New York Land Conservancy recently received a grant aimed at controlling invasive species. More...

Screening proceeds to benefit Buffalo actress

Buffalo native and actress Diane Gaidry, who starred in the 2006 romantic drama “Loving Annabelle,” was recently diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. More...

Aurora Players to perform ‘Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime’

The Aurora Players will continue its 84th season with Constance Cox’s comedy, “Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime,” beginning Friday, June 1, at the Roycroft Pavilion in Hamlin Park in East Aurora. More...

EA woman named Buffalo Ambassador of the Year

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East Aurora resident Sally Cunningham was recently named Buffalo Ambassador of the Year during the Beacon Awards held on May 8. The awards honor those who have made contributions to the tourism and hospitality industry. More...

Roycroft Chamber Music Festival celebrating 25 years

The Roycroft Chamber Music Festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year with four concerts, all to be held at East Aurora’s historic St. Matthias’ Episcopal Church at the corner of Main and Maple streets.  More...

Emery Park ski lift slated for repairs

During last week’s session, the Erie County Legislature unanimously approved a consolidated bond resolution that will fund projects throughout the county, along with an additional $3 million for roadwork and infrastructure improvements.  L More...

STANLEY CUP IN SCHOOL

Fourth-grade students at Wales Primary school had their own Stanley Cup playoff games on Monday. The Las Vegas Golden Knights team, made up of Brynn Vetter, left, Damien Schafer, Logan Phillips and Quinn Garlock, took home the coveted cup.   More...