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Spring Home & Garden: Tips and Tricks for Interior Painting Success


By Mary Heyl It’s officially spring, which means spring cleaning, garden planning and home improvement projects are probably on your mind! Even though the weather is too cold and unpredictable for outdoor projects right now, it’s a great time of year to start that interior painting project! Whether you’re sprucing up your kitchen cabinets, repainting a few accent walls, or ... Read More »

Rose, Pazzuti Elected to Village Board

By Rich Place The Springville Village Board will have two new faces when it convenes for its reorganizational meeting in early April. Elise Rose and Kim Pazzuti, both newcomers to village politics, defeated incumbent Terry Skelton in the race for two trustee seats. The other seat was vacated by Robert Moriarty, who did not seek re-election. Mayor Bill Krebs was ... Read More »

Budget, P-TECH Project Ready for Districtwide Vote in May

By Rich Place The Springville-Griffith Institute Board of Education on Tuesday paved the way for three propositions to be included on the ballot when district residents go to the polls during the annual school budget vote in mid-May. Following approval of a handful of separate resolutions, the ballot will feature the traditional budget resolution, a proposition to purchase school buses ... Read More »

School Security Subject of SGI Board Meeting


By Rich Place From school security enhancements already completed by the Springville-Griffith Institute Central School District to technology that could continue to improve it, the SGI School Board on Tuesday heard a presentation from law enforcement officers on the topic. About two dozen community members joined the school board in listening to Tony Olivo, director of investigative services at Corporate ... Read More »

Caffeine, Cupcakes and Conversation: 49 Coffee House Now Open


By Alicia Dziak If you’re looking for your daily dose of caffeine and deliciousness, look no further than 49 Coffee House & Eatery, which officially opened its doors last weekend. The building, which also houses Molly’s Creative Cuts, was purchased in late 2016 by Greg Beatty, his cousin, Kevin Buncy, and Kevin’s wife, Lindsay, all SGI grads. Named after its ... Read More »

A Look Back: The Stories Quilts Tell


By Jolene Hawkins Look back upon the designs and unique qualities of some of the quilts that have been donated to the Concord Historical Society by the local families and you’ll be amazed. The quilt you see in the photograph belonged to Mrs. Florence Childs and was made in 1836 by her great-great-great-aunt, Pantha Woolcott. The wool was gathered from ... Read More »

New Patio Homes in Springville, East Hill Villas Open House Saturday


By Alicia Dziak While patio homes are a popular style of housing in other parts of the country, and even in the northtowns of Western New York, they are not typically seen in Springville. But that’s about to change thanks to the new East Hill Villas being built by B&B Homes. “Over the years, we were approached by ‘empty nesters’ ... Read More »

Village Board Approves Budget, Retail Overlay District Changes

By Rich Place The Springville Village Board on Monday unanimously approved the $3.4 million budget for its upcoming fiscal year with a 1.6 percent tax increase. The public was presented the budget earlier in the month by Mayor Bill Krebs, and the board on Monday held little discussion following its approval. The tax levy is set at $1.76 million, or ... Read More »

SWAT Celebrates Success in Swimming


Submitted by Kara Kane The Springville Waves Aquatic Team (SWAT) held its annual banquet on March 15 at the Springville High School. Forty-seven swimmers, family members and a proud coaching staff celebrated another successful season of practices at the SGI High School pool and competitive meets at pools around Western New York. After six months of hour-long practices, offered three ... Read More »

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