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Swim, Splash and Slide Through Summer at HV


By Alicia Dziak Things are heating up and it’s time to cool off! Take a trip to Holiday Valley’s pool complex for an easy getaway that’s pretty much in your own backyard. The complex includes three pools— a kiddie pool, great for the younger set to splash around in, a lap pool, where you can challenge your friends to a ... Read More »

Town Board Acts on Zoning Amendments


By Jann Wiswall The Town of Ellicottville’s board authorized Town Planner Gary Palumbo to complete a State Environmental Quality Review for the town’s amended zoning law (Local Law No. 4 – 2016, Zoning Law Amendment) and to send the documentation to the county for its review. This followed a public hearing during which no comments were heard. Town Planning Board ... Read More »

Jazz and Blues Hit EVL July 29-30


The Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with many area venues, offers a weekend of great, FREE Jazz and Blues July 29-30. With the festival weekend just a few days away, the acts are filling out the schedule. Come out and hear some of the hottest jazz and coolest blues, ranging from the LTM Trio to Mike Moser and Marc ... Read More »

Summertime in Springville


By Alicia Dziak Live music! Bargains! Prizes! Springville has it all this time of year. The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 2nd Annual Community Scavenger Hunt Challenge from Friday, July 22 at 8 a.m. through Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 6 p.m. The scavenger hunt requires participants to travel to Springville and several surrounding towns, stopping at ... Read More »

School Board Organizes for 2016

By Jann Wiswall The Ellicottville Central School’s board officially began its 2016-2017 term on Wednesday, July 13 with a reorganizational meeting that included officer elections. Carl Calarco, who earned another five year term on the board during the May District election, was unanimously elected by the board to serve as its president for another year.  Connie Hellwig was unanimously elected ... Read More »

Mansfield Board Considers Cyber Coverage, Addresses Fiscal Stress

By Jann Wiswall The Town of Mansfield’s board renewed its municipal insurance policy at its meeting on Monday, July 18, and is considering adding cyber coverage to protect residents’ data. The approved policy covers all town property, employee benefits, equipment, vehicles, crime and public official liability. The cost of the annual policy is up $393 over last year, primarily because ... Read More »

Wild Women Unite at Holiday Valley


By Alicia Dziak Attention all wild women! It’s time to step out of your comfort zone and choose your awesome weekend adventure! Wild Women Unite hits Holiday Valley Aug. 19-20. Register by Aug. 8 to ensure your spot for this action-packed weekend! “Women 16 and up can have the opportunity to try something a little adventurous while in a completely ... Read More »

Flower and Art Show July 30

The Salamanca Garden Club invites all persons interested in gardening to come to their Annual Flower and Art Show on Saturday July 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the United Congregational Methodist Church at 134 Broad Street. Educational opportunities are also being provided this year. Informative workshops will include Cooking with Herbs at noon, creation of a twig ... Read More »

Ellicottville Entertainment, July 22-28, 2016

FRIDAY, JULY 22 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. • Pete & Wayne Balloons, 7 p.m. • Only Humen SATURDAY, JULY 23 Gin Mill, 9 p.m. • Pete & Wayne Balloons, 6 p.m. • Brent Johnson and the Call Up Balloons Patio Bar, 10 p.m. • Ryan Melquist  & Friends WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 Gin Mill, 8 p.m. • Wagner & Winston THURSDAY, ... Read More »

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