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October 11, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

EA resident wins gold in longsword competition

An East Aurora resident is celebrating following major win at a national martial arts competition. Robert N. Smith was recently awarded gold in the beginner longsword competition at the The Iron Gate Exhibition. More...

New community closet for foster families opens in Alden

Foster Love Closet has opened its doors at Town Line Lutheran Church, 1159 Town Line Road in Alden.  FLC provides new and gently used clothing, along with other items such children’s furniture, car seats and strollers.  More...

Art lottery returns to Roycroft Campus

The Roycroft Campus Art Lottery will return this month following a brief hiatus in 2017. The event will take place from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, on the campus, 31 S. More...

Meetings

Aurora Town Board  Monday, Oct. 22  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...

Investment in private sector opioid response sees success

During the Erie County Legislature’s recent Health and Human Services Committee meeting, legislators received an update on 2017 opioid funding from Health Commissioner Gale Burstein and Mental Health Commissioner Mike Ranney.  More...

Snowmobilers reminded to register locally

Erie County Clerk Michael Kearns reminds snowmobilers to register their sleds locally and avoid the registration rush by mailing in their snowmobile registrations using the signature green “Renew Local” envelope or doing so at any Erie Co More...

GUMMY SCIENCE

GUMMY SCIENCE — Immaculate Conception School fifth graders Julia Wik and Ariella Punaro recently conducted science experiments using gummy bears.   More...

New banking scam involves text messages

The Better Business Bureau is cautioning people to watch out for phony text messages that look like alerts from a bank. More...