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Ellicottville School Board discusses Code of Conduct changes

By Louisa Benatovich On July 30, a public hearing preceding the Ellicottville Central School Board of Education meeting delineated the additions to the district’s Code of Conduct and Discipline Code. The additions, four points entitled “Expectations Regarding Care & Storage of Personal Belongings,” seek to decrease the carrying of backpacks around the school. Students, according to the Code, must keep ... Read More »

Clark (Niagara Frontier CC) leads first-place team at Library Pro Am

Niagara Frontier Country Club professional Matt Clark led the winning team to the 2019 Ellicottville Library Pro Am title in a two-best-ball format on Monday at Double Black Diamond at Holiday Valley. Clark’s team included Aaron Rotella, Scott Adams and Pete Lovering and scored a 121.  Clark tied with Mike Sweazy (Wildwood Country Club), Michael O’Connor (Kahkwa Country Club) and ... Read More »

Welcome to the New Gin Mill

Press photo by Kellen M. Quigley Owners Ed and Maribeth Rick welcomed patrons to the new home of the Gin Mill last week when dozens of people gathered to see the renovated restaurant at 26 Washington St. The Ellicottville staple moved to its new location after about five years of preparations. People began lining up outside the front door about ... Read More »

Art and music meet at Griffis Sculpture Park Summer Festival

By Deb Everts Music and art lovers will have the opportunity to celebrate a day of creativity at the 7th annual Griffis Sculpture Park Summer Festival on Sunday, Aug. 11 from 2-7 p.m.  Headlining the festival is the all-star band, Dead Phish Funk with CRiTT & Friends. Led by Buffalo native Eric Crittenden, the band will get the crowd moving ... Read More »

Awesome things to do in August

By Kellen M. Quigley August is a month full of summertime activities, special events and long days of fun. Whether you like an action-packed day of outdoor adventure, a relaxing evening of live music and tasty desserts or a competitive day on the golf course, Ellicottville has got you covered this August! Fun at Holiday Valley for the Family Open ... Read More »

New ‘Gin Mill’ gearing up for Grand Reopening weekend

By Deb Everts The long-anticipated opening of The Gin Mill’s new establishment on the corner of Monroe and Washington streets is finally here. On Aug. 1, the popular place opened the doors at its new address at 26 Washington St. The Gin Mill’s summer motto has been, “Everything Old is New Again. August is coming.” August is here and the ... Read More »

Sample a Taste of Ellicottville Aug. 10 and 11

Enjoy one of the tastiest weekends of the year in the Southern Tier with the return of the Taste of Ellicottville, set for Aug. 10 and 11 in the village of Ellicottville. From noon to 4 p.m. on each day, everyone can sample some of the best of Ellicottville’s fine restaurant menus as they set up “cafe style” on the ... Read More »

Ellicottville Town Board hears presentation on solar

By Caitlin Croft  The July meeting of the Town Board opened with two Public Hearings, one on Consolidated Water No. 1 and the other on Establishment of Extension No. 1 to Consolidated Water District No. 1. There were no members of the public in attendance to speak. In attendance were three candidates running for County Legislature District No. 3, Michael ... Read More »

HV donates to local charities, services

Holiday Valley presented checks to several local charities and services last month with funds raised at several events held at Holiday Valley through the 2018-19 fall and winter season, such as Fall Festival chairlift rides and the Winter Carnival Snowbar. Pictured (from left): David Trathen, Holiday Valley VP of Finance, and Marjorie and Maitlin Brown representing the Great Valley Youth ... Read More »

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