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A magical evening had by all at Bob McCarthy’s Irish Christmas

Ellicottville Brewing Company was filled with magic last Friday night, Dec. 6 as Bob McCarthy’s presence was obvious to all who attended Bob McCarthy’s 14th annual Irish Christmas. The evening began with a bagpipe march through EBC by Bob’s favorite piper, Asa Moss. This was followed by two stages of entertainment featuring adorable Irish Dancer Sophia Mesh, who charmed the ... Read More »

HoliMont opens for 58th season this Friday

As the snow continues to fall over Western New York in the days leading up to the official start of winter, eager skiers and snowboards will head to Ellicottville this weekend for opening day at HoliMont. The chairlifts at HoliMont will begin spinning and headed up the hills Friday, Dec. 13 at 9:30 a.m. for the resort’s 58th year. Snowmaking ... Read More »

Youth of the Week

This week’s featured Youth Citizenship Award Recipient is Allison Calarco, announced Dr. Anthony Evans, executive director of the Cattaraugus County Youth Bureau. Allison is the daughter of Kelly and Carl Calarco and is a senior at Ellicottville Central School. Allison has done much for her community. She has served at the Senior Citizen Dinner for four years and has been ... Read More »

Hvizdak paces Randolph past Ellicottville; Eagles win consolation game in Portville

Randolph used a 17-8 second-quarter run to blow past Ellicottville in a non-league girls basketball game en route to winning, 67-41, on Monday night. Led by Sydney Hvizdak, who scored 30 points, Randolph (2-2) got on top and stayed on top. Hvizdak also tallied six rebounds, six steals and six assists in the game. Payton Morrison had a nice night, ... Read More »

Joint Ellicottville water, sewer project almost complete

By Caitlin Croft Ellicottville’s town and village boards held a special meeting Dec. 4 regarding the merger of the municipalities’ water and sewer districts. This is a project that has taken roughly over a year to complete due to a complex legal process. Town Engineer Niles Pierson has spearheaded the project and it has been his primary focus in his ... Read More »

Christmas in the Valley set for Dec. 14, 15

A new holiday event for the West Valley community is being planned for next weekend at the recently opened restaurant The Station Bistro. Christmas in the Valley will take place Dec. 14 and 15 at the restaurant, located at 5386 Depot St. in West Valley. This is the first event of this type for the community with so many planned ... Read More »

Voting is today for Ellicottville school capital project

GREAT VALLEY — Residents of the Ellicottville Central School District will have the opportunity today to vote on a capital improvement project that seeks to tackle many areas in and around the school buildings in need of renovations and replacement work.  The roughly $8.4 million project would see numerous health, safety, accessibility and code compliance measures addressed inside the main ... Read More »

32nd Ellicottville Christmas Stroll set for Saturday

By Kellen M. Quigley The annual Ellicottville Christmas Stroll will take place in the village again this Saturday, Dec. 7. This holiday event cherished here for three decades returns for its 32nd year for a day of activities, live Nativity and even a real camel. The Christmas Stroll was created in 1987 by a group of citizens who wanted to ... Read More »

Enjoy ‘A Night of Irish Magic’ at Bob McCarthy’s Irish Christmas

By Deb Everts The holiday tradition of “Bob McCarthy’s Irish Christmas” continues Friday at the Ellicottville Brewing Company (EBC). Presented by the Rotary Club of Ellicottville, the event is open to the public beginning at 6 p.m. at EBC, 28 Monroe St. Featuring local restaurants serving a variety of Irish dishes, guests will have the opportunity to explore the “Taste ... Read More »

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