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Peak Leaf Season in the Enchanted Mountains

By Alicia Dziak This weekend marks the peak of the season as the leaves on the trees boats brilliant shades of gold, crimson, copper and more before they fall to the ground. Grab your camera and plan to take in some fresh air as you enjoy the sights and sounds that make autumn in Western New York so memorable. Don’t ... Read More »

Fall at Allegany State Park


By Alicia Dziak October is a perfect time of year to explore Allegany State Park (ASP), New York’s largest state park. With 65,000 sprawling acres to enjoy, it’s no wonder it’s such a popular destination for so many. The park’s “peak season” has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. The camp sites are still open ... Read More »

Welcome Enix Salon: Living Aveda


By Caitlin Croft It seems every time you turn around, there is a new business coming to this great Village of Ellicottville. Yet again, we find two more entrepreneurs who are eager to make their mark here with Enix Salon. Trina Phillippi and Hannah Clark are bringing a new wave to the beauty industry. “We like to think of ourselves ... Read More »

Celebrate Fall Baking and Decorating with Apples


By Mary Heyl Although apples are a delicious treat any time of the year, there’s something about fall that makes them taste even better, and it’s not just your imagination! September and October are prime apple picking months, and like all produce, apples taste best when they’re in season. With colder temperatures and the holiday season on the way, sweet ... Read More »

3D Mammography at BCH


Bertrand Chaffee Hospital has announced that it has added 3D mammography, also called digital tomosynthesis, to services provided in its Imaging Department.  “The actual ‘3-D’ part of the mammography is a software upgrade,” said Lisa Smith, Imaging Department Manager. “There was an intensive period where the software was installed and tested and our staff received training on the new protocol.” ... Read More »

Ellicottville Times Joins Bradford Publishing Co.

The Ellicottville Times has been acquired by Bradford Publishing Co., according to a joint announcement made by Jennie Acklin, publisher and owner of the Times and John H. Satterwhite, president and CEO of Bradford Publishing. The Times will continue to publish weekly in Springville under the direction of Acklin, along with its sister publication, the Springville Times. The publications will ... Read More »

Andy Wahlberg Performs at SCA Oct. 20

Harp Guitar Guy

Andy Wahlberg, also known as “The Harp Guitar Guy,” has been playing the guitar for 40 plus years.  On Friday, October 20, he will bring his musical talents, as well as his harp guitar, and perform at Springville Center for the Arts.  Doors open at 7 p.m., the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Wahlberg performs a variety of music from ... Read More »

Town of East Otto Meeting Minutes

The September  meeting of the East Otto Town Board was called to order at 6:00 PM by Supervisor Ann Rugg on Tuesday September 12, 2017. A motion was made by Dave Forster and seconded by Sid Barber to approve the new town hall use application that was presented by the town clerk.  Forster, Spors, Barber, Poch and Rugg were in ... Read More »

Health & Fitness: Five Fitness Fixes


By Kim Duke NETA & AAFA Certified Trainer Are you spending hours working out every week, and not getting the results you want? Chances are you might have a bad habit or two when it comes to exercising. Never fear, there’s a quick fix for even the most ingrained workout no-no’s. Check out these five workout habits you should drop: ... Read More »

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