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CCB Hosts “Parking Lot Sale” in Randolph

LITTLE VALLEY- The America’s Promise Team at CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) is very happy to announce a new fundraiser. They are hosting a sale in the parking lot of their Randolph branch on Saturday, June 14, from 9 a.m to 4 p.m. America’s Promise team members have been collecting donations for a few months and hope to be busy selling ... Read More »

New Golf Tournament at Holiday Valley 12th Annual Pro Am Coming Up

It’s golf season in Ellicottville and that means you can look forward to some great local tournaments, including a new one this year. New Barn-Winery Tourney The Barn Restaurant and the Winery of Ellicottville have started a new golf tournament that will take place Wednesday, June 18 at the Double Black Diamond Golf Course at Holiday Valley. Check-in begins at ... Read More »

Rosé: A Misunderstood Wine

Submitted by Bob Duke, E-Ville Spirits Rosé wines are pink; however, they are not sweet, as some people think. California blush wines are also pink (e.g. White Zinfandel) and tend to be sweet. Wines from Old World producers like France, Italy and Spain are typically made from grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Sangiovese, Merlot and Pinot Noir. These are ... Read More »

Bertrand Chaffee Expands Primary Care Hours

The Primary Care Center is very excited to announce new, longer hours to accommodate our patients better. Appointments are now available starting at 7:30 a.m. (Monday through Friday) and the center will remain open until 6 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday until 5:30 p.m. These new hours will make it even easier to keep healthcare local! Bertrand Chaffee ... Read More »

Are You a Wise Mouth? Locally Owned Online Publishing Site Launched

By Jennie Acklin Julian Wise loves the Ellicottville community and has been a homeowner in the village for over 35 years. He has spent 37 years as a financial advisor in Toronto, Ontario. Just recently, he wrote a book titled “I Don’t Know What to Say”, and it completely changed his perspective. The process of finding a publisher to print ... Read More »

New Exhibition June 7-28 at VanOver Fine Arts

Southern California native John Duncan brings his impressive photographic imagery from around the world to Van Over Fine Arts. “Inspiring Moments” Photographs by J. Duncan will open with a public reception on June 7, from 6 to 10 p.m. John has a great eye for composition, capturing everyday views and making them visually stunning and unique. John expresses his love ... Read More »

Ellicottville’s Red Apple Kicks Off Craft Beer Summer Promo: Mix It Up at Kwik Fill’s Beer Cave

by Jennie Acklin “Craft beers continue to grow in double digit sales. People are drinking less beer overall, while drinking better beers, which explains the explosion of craft beer breweries,” according to Kevin Hall, retail marketing manager of United Refining Company, who owns the regional Kwik Fill/Red Apple stores. At the Ellicottville store, you can even mix up 6-packs to ... Read More »

Bertrand Chaffee Hospital Joins HEALTHeLINK

Bertrand Chaffee Hospital is the latest hospital to join HEALTHeLINK, Western New York’s clinical information exchange. “The addition of Bertrand Chaffee Hospital as a HEALTHeLINK participant provides value to the hospital, its providers, and the patients they serve by allowing the patients’ health data to follow them wherever they go in Western New York for treatment,” said Daniel Porreca, executive ... Read More »

Hit the Road on Routes to Art Weekend Visit Artists’ Studios & Hubs for Inspiring Experience

By Heather Carroll Visitors from near and far are preparing to hit the road on May 17 and 18 for the seventh annual Routes to Art (RTA) open studio tour to explore the hidden talents that Cattaraugus County has to offer, including many Ellicottville area artists. This year, the self-guided driving tour includes 42 artists from across the region and ... Read More »

Village OKs Plans for 16 Martha St.

Balloons Sign Design Rejected, New Realtor at Ellicottville Square By Jann Wiswall The room was packed for the Tuesday, May 13 meeting of the Village Planning Board as board members reviewed plans for several building projects in the village. Chief among those projects was Phase 1 of the 16 Martha Street development (formerly the American Locker site), which has been ... Read More »

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