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Celebrate Dad This Weekend!


By Alicia Dziak This weekend, it’s all about dad! On June 17, celebrate everything that makes yours so great by doing all the things that he loves best. If you need gift ideas, look no further than right here in Springville. There are so many great places to choose from. Spices and barbecue seasoning? A grill? A new recliner? A ... Read More »

Schlemmer Recognized by NYSSRA as Scholar Athlete


By Alicia Dziak Photo Elizabeth Pellette Photography SGI senior Katie Schlemmer recently received the New York State Ski Racing Association (NYSSRA) Sally Davis Scholar athlete award for excelling at her academics as well as ski racing. Qualification requirements included being on the honor roll, qualifying and competing in the Empire State Winter Games (ESWG) and writing an essay. “I’ve been ... Read More »

Capital Project Work This Summer Highlighted By New Track


By Rich Place The high school track and field season may be over, but this summer will feature plenty of action on the track behind SGI High School with anticipation of crossing the finish line by early September. When the Griffins varsity football team takes the field for its first home game of the season on Sept. 7, they’ll do ... Read More »

A Look Back: The Springville Academy

By Jolene Hawkins With graduation just around the corner and kids getting ready to get out and away from school, I thought I would share with you some local information that all local school kids should know, or at least I think so. Have you ever wondered how Good Ole Griffith Institute get its name?  I can hear all the ... Read More »

Erie County Parks Looking for Junior Park Rangers


The Erie County Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry is bringing back the popular “Junior Park Ranger” program for 2018 and is encouraging parks visitors ages 4 to 104 to start exploring Erie County Parks and recording their experiences in their free Erie County Park System Passport, available to download or at designated pick-up points in select parks. Aspiring Junior ... Read More »

Public Discussion Dominates Second West Valley School Budget Presentation

By Rich Place The West Valley School Board of Education hosted another budget hearing Monday night as it prepares to send the same proposed 2018-19 school budget, as well as a bus proposition, to voters who turned down the spending plan in mid-May. The board opted to allow residents to vote June 19, the date mandated by the state for ... Read More »

Judware Joins BCH Physical Therapy Team


Bertrand Chaffee Hospital’s Physical Therapy Department has added another physical therapist as of May 2018. Jessica Judware comes to Bertrand Chaffee following clinical experiences in rehabilitation and nursing facilities, pre-school and school settings and inpatient care. As an active, multi-sport athlete in high school at Franklinville Central School District and through college, Judware observed injuries in teammates and opposing players, ... Read More »

Vintage Cars to Roll Into Springville June 22


By Rich Place The village of Springville will once again play a part in the history of The Great Automobile Race, this time as a stop for dozens of participants in a re-creation of the legendary 1908 event. It was 110 years ago that George Schuster, a Springville resident, drove the Thomas Flyer to victory in The Great Automobile Race ... Read More »

Outdoor Summer Concert Guide


By Alicia Dziak Outdoor concert season is here in WNY! Whether you like your music on the country, rock, hip hop or throwback side, there’s something for everyone. Right here in Springville, the Thursday concert series is underway. Concerts are held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Fiddlers Green Park gazebo in downtown Springville. Shows are free and open ... Read More »

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