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Concord Town Board Talks Storm, Approves Code Enforcement Officer


By Rich Place The Concord Town Board last week approved the hiring of a new code enforcement officer, tabled a resolution approving a new park employee and heard an update on the search for a new librarian. The personnel items came following an update from Dennis Dains, town highway superintendent, on the March 2 storm that walloped the town with ... Read More »

Village Elections Set for March 20

By Rich Place Residents of the village of Springville will have the opportunity next week to cast ballots for village mayor and trustees as part of general village elections throughout New York state. Elections will be held from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday, March 20 at the Village Municipal Building at 65 Franklin St. Incumbent mayor Bill Krebs is running ... Read More »

Anna Brooks and the Woman’s Club


By Jolene Hawkins Looking Back to some women who help formed Springville in the past, I think one of the first women I will talk about is Anna Brooks.  Anna lived from 1866 to 1950, and in her lifetime she achieved more than the “modern” woman has. One of the reasons we can look back through old records and items ... Read More »

Meet Your Local Springville Times Team: Jennifer Weber


Jennifer Weber writes a lot of local events and entertainment articles, and also covers Village and SGI board meetings for the Springville Times. Jen lives in the Town of Concord, a short drive from the Village of Springville, with her husband, Charles, their two rescue dogs, Jordan and Harley, four cats and lots of plants. Jen, Who grew up in ... Read More »

School Board Expected to Vote Tuesday on P-TECH Project


By Rich Place The SGI School Board of Education on Tuesday, March 20 is expected to vote on a resolution that would give the green light for the district to put its recently discussed $14.73 million P-TECH capital project up for a districtwide vote in May. The vote by the board will be the first official action taken on the ... Read More »

SGI High School Presents Beauty and the Beast March 16-18


By Gwendolyn Fruehauf, SGI Student Reporter Time and time again, without fail, the students from Springville high school put on a show full of magic and spirit. And it’s that time of year. On Friday, March 16 at 7 p.m., Saturday, March 17 at 7 p.m., and Sunday, March 18 at 2 p.m., SGI presents Beauty and the Beast in ... Read More »

Spread Some Irish Cheer! St. Patrick’s Day Events


By Jennifer Weber Happy St. Patrick’s Weekend! We all know the saying that “Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day,” so time to dig out those bright green outfits from the back of the closet, or this year the green sweaters, hoodies, winter hats and scarves and get out to celebrate! Team Green Beer or Team Stout, it’s a great way to ... Read More »

Maple Harvest Festival at Beaver Meadow March 17-18


The Buffalo Audubon Society will be holding its annual Maple Harvest Festival on Saturday and Sunday, March 17 and 18.  Activities run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Beaver Meadow Audubon Center, 1610 Welch Road, North Java. See maple syrup being made, tree tapping demonstrations, have a taste of jack wax, along with activities and maple themed crafts ... Read More »

Hike, Concert at Allegany State Park March 17

Officials at Allegany State Park have once again paired the park’s monthly Third Saturday Trek with a By the Fireside concert, with both events scheduled for Saturday, March 17. This month’s Third Saturday Trek will take place on the Hemlock Hollow Trail where participants will learn about tree identification and the returning spring birds. Participants are asked to meet in ... Read More »

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