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HV’s Snowsports Director Recognized by Ski Area Management Magazine

By Alicia Dziak After only one season, Holiday Valley Snowsports Director Allie Doro has made great strides, and now she’s being recognized on a national level. Every year, Ski Area Management Magazine (SAM) names 10 resort employees under the age of 30 who are enthusiastic about and committed to leading the industry into the future, and Doro is one of ... Read More »

The Park Program: Ellicottville’s Hottest Summer Event

By Louisa Benatovoich, ECS Student Reporter For many Ellicottville students, the pinnacle of summer vacation is not the late mornings or lack of homework, but the Town of Ellicottville’s Park Program. This local outdoor event, free for all attendees, begins the first week of July and boasts a packed schedule until mid-August. Operational five days a week from 10 a.m. ... Read More »

Summer Bucket List: Outdoor Theater Performances

By Alicia Dziak Outdoor activities rule the summer in WNY, and it’s a great time to experience a variety of entertainment. Why not make plans to check out an outdoor theater performance in the next couple months? On Friday, Aug. 10, Shake on the Lake presents Richard III right here in Ellicottville. On Wednesday, Aug. 1, Shake on the Lake ... Read More »

WNYMBA Encourages Community Among Mountain Bikers

By Alicia Dziak Summer is the perfect time of year to get outdoors and challenge your body. Whether than means training for a marathon or navigating tough terrain, WNY is full of opportunities to push your body to the limits and to take in the natural beauty of your surroundings. One such activity that continues to grow in popularity is ... Read More »

ECLV Puts Away Cuba in 4 Innings for District 2 Title

By Sam Wilson Just like it had in its first two games of the District 2 Little League all-star playoffs, the Ellicottville/Cattaraugus-Little Valley softball team (ages 10-12) needed just four innings to clinch a return to the Section 1 West tournament. ECLV scored multiple runs in each inning, including four in the second, to build a 10-0 lead through four ... Read More »

What’s the Chamber Up To?

By Brian McFadden What’s the Chamber up to these days? That’s a question I get asked a lot by homeowners I cross paths with. And while it’s a valid question, it also makes me realize that while our Chamber members and Board of Directors have a good handle on our activities, we need to do a better job of sharing ... Read More »

Two Public Hearings Set for August

By Caitlin Croft The July Village Planning Board (VPB) Meeting opened with a motion to approve the June 2018 minutes; there was a second and ayes carried. First in New Business, the plans for a Single Family Residence were presented.  This home has a 1,900 sq. ft. footprint, with an attached garage and accessory apartment above the garage. The home ... Read More »

Monroe Streetscape, Potholes and Chalk Graffiti Cause Stir

By Caitlin Croft The July meeting of the Village Board opened with a motion to approve the minutes from the June 2018; there was a second and ayes carried. There was then a motion to approve the June Financial Report; a second and ayes carried. Next, was a motion to pay the bills with the exception of V#1192 for $481.70 ... Read More »

National Comedy Center Launches Lenny Bruce Exhibit

To celebrate the opening of its Lenny Bruce exhibit, the National Comedy Center grand opening week will include a discussion on “Comedy and the First Amendment,” and commence a fundraising partnership with the Lenny Bruce Memorial Foundation. The National Comedy Center, opening Aug. 1in Jamestown, N.Y., is the first non-profit cultural institution and national-scale visitor attraction dedicated to the art ... Read More »

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