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End of Summer Bucket List in EVL


By Alicia Dziak With only two short weeks left before Labor Day weekend, it’s crunch time for that summer bucket list! Just because it’s time for back-to-school shopping doesn’t mean the party is over. There’s still plenty of time to squeeze in the last of the summer fun in the next three weekends, and Ellicottville is just the place to ... Read More »

The Great American Solar Eclipse Aug. 21


By Alicia Dziak On Monday, Aug. 21, a solar eclipse will occur. It will be the first time since 1979 that any part of the continental U.S. has experienced a total solar eclipse. While this scientific event will be best seen in its totality along the path from Oregon to South Carolina, Western New Yorkers will still be able to ... Read More »

Frederickson Welcomed by Village Board


By Jennie Acklin Frederickson Appointed as Code Enforcement Officer Kelly Frederickson (pictured) was appointed as the new Code Enforcement Officer effective Sept. 1. Duties will also include building inspector responsibilities.  Effective Aug. 31, 2017, current Code Enforcement Officer Tom Abriatis is retiring from his part-time position (with the village and the town). Abriatis has held the position since December 2000. ... Read More »

Discover Alpacas, Amish Trail in Randolph


By Mary Heyl Take advantage of the final weeks of summer with your family by visiting the historic village of Randolph, where every weekend provides something fun to do for visitors of all ages. Located in the heart of the Amish Trail, Randolph has lots of unique adventures in store for visitors of all ages, and there’s no better time ... Read More »

Gus Macker Returns to Olean This Weekend


Brackets, basketballs, backboards and bragging rights are all part of the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball tournament held the weekend in Olean, August 18-20.  The 3-day event, organized by the Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce, is open to players of all ages and experience levels who are computer-matched by age, height and experience so that all participants can be competitive. ... Read More »

Holland to Give Presentation Aug. 23


Wally Holland’s memoir OH GOD, WHAT’S ON THE SECOND FLOOR spans eight decades, five continents, and enough stories to fill three lifetimes. It’s a simple tale: an English boy survives one war, volunteers for another, learns a trade, mixes some drinks, bets on some horses, goes to sea, takes to the air, marries an American, starts a business, raises two ... Read More »

Narcan Use Workshop Sept. 20

The Springville Regional Services Coalition and Bertrand Chaffee Hospital are coordinating another workshop with Erie County’s Health Department on opioid overdose recognition and Naloxone use. This free event will take place on Wednesday, September 20 at the Springville Middle School at 6:30 p.m. This class trains people to recognize signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, properly administer naloxone and ... Read More »

Taste of Ellicottville


By Alicia Dziak Ellicottville is known for many things, and at the heart of it all is the food. From awesome appetizers to hearty entrees to delectable desserts, you can find it all, and this weekend, you can sample it all at the annual Taste of Ellicottville Aug. 12 and 13. The Taste of Ellicottville, presented by Sysco and produced ... Read More »

Gin Mill Partners with 42 North Brewing for New Lager


By Alicia Dziak Anyone who knows Ellicottville knows the Gin Mill at 20 Washington Street, a restaurant and local hot spot that is constantly evolving, and bringing not only live music to the village on a nightly basis, but also serving up good times, tasty burgers and wings, and of course, beer. With over two dozen beers on tap, it ... Read More »

Pumpkinville Opens Soon


By Mary Heyl Last week’s cooler weather is a reminder that fall is on the way, which means Pumpkinville will soon be open for the season! On Saturday, Sept. 16, the area’s most beloved fall destination will open, and visitors can explore all the fun (it’s more than just pumpkins!) daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Halloween.  Owners ... Read More »

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