Weekly Feature



June 7, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Iroquois graduate works on Navy’s advanced aircraft

An Iroquois High School graduate is flying high — literally. Petty Officer 3rd Class Chad Kapturowski is working to keep some of the world’s most advanced aircraft running.  More...

TOWN OF AURORA Events

The following is a listing of bicentennial themed events taking place in the towns of Aurora, Wales and Holland:  June 17: Wales Father’s Day Ice cream Social, Wales Center Fire Hall, 12300 Big Tree Road, Wales Center   More...

Collins recognized with Spirit of Enterprise Award

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, along with the Buffalo Niagara Partnership, presented Rep. Chris Collins with its annual Spirit of Enterprise Award on Monday. More...

Gallivan applauds funding to protect farmland

Sen. Patrick Gallivan is praising the state’s commitment of nearly $38 million to the Farmland Protection Implementation Grant program to help farmers across New York protect valuable and at-risk land. More...

Meetings

Aurora Town Board  Monday, June 11 All meetings, unless noted, begin at 7 p.m. and are held at the Southside Municipal Center, 300 Gleed Ave.  East Aurora Village Board   More...

Senate passes bill protecting schoolchildren from predators, abuse

The state Legislature has passed a law that will provide greater protections for children by making it a criminal offense for a teacher or school employee to have a sexual relationship with a student younger than 21, according to state Sen. More...

SCOUT’S HONOR

Iroquois High School junior Ally Gordon received the Gold Award from the Girl Scouts of Western New York during a ceremony in Rochester on Saturday. More...

EA man accused of stealing car

Detectives say man sold car to scrap yard for $250

An East Aurora man is behind bars after selling a car he stole to a scrap and recycling business, according to the Erie County Sheriff’s Office.  Deputies said the purple Pontiac Grand Prix, which was being stored outside, was reported mis More...

GREETINGS FROM D.C.

Members of the Student Council at East Aurora Middle School made a stop at the Capitol Building during a recent trip to Washington, D.C. More...