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Celebrate the holidays in Springville this December

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Santa and one of his reindeer are set to return to the Concord Historical Society for the Concord Country Christmas on Dec. 7, one of several holiday events planned in the Springville are in the coming weeks.

By Kellen M. Quigley With Thanksgiving now past, the holiday season is officially here and a variety of festive events will be happening in Springville this December. Before you turn the page on your calendar, holiday events begin Nov. 30 with Very Merry Springville, continuing the two-weekend event that began Nov. 23. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the ... Read More »

Tim & Bonnie’s Pizza opens third location in Gowanda

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Tim & Bonnie’s Pizza has opened a third location at 17 E. Main St. in Gowanda in the former business space of Red’s Drive-In Restaurant.

By Deb Everts Tim & Bonnie’s Pizza has opened a third location at 17 E. Main St. in the village of Gowanda. The popular pizzeria is now open in three convenient locations with the other two in Springville and Ellicottville. The string of pizzerias is owned by Tim and Bonnie Garey of Springville. Their daughter, Tiffany Frentz, who manages the ... Read More »

Christmas time is here

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  Photos by Alex Simmons The first weekend of Very Merry Springville was held Nov. 23 in the village with a tree-lighting ceremony, activities by the Springville Area Chamber of Commerce in the Lucy Bensley Center and caroling in the streets provided by local singers and musicians. Over 40 local businesses participated in the shop-local event while families and children ... Read More »

Eight is enough as tight-knit SGI girls hoops team prepares for season

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The Springville girls basketball team stands for the pledge of allegiance before a game against Lackawanna last winter.

  By Sam Wilson Small in numbers, every member of the Springville-Griffith Institute girls basketball will have a role to play if the Griffins reach their goals this season. Last season, the Griffins finished 15-6. They graduated a pair of seniors, Grace Zabawa and Kelsey Zabawa. Ivette Lewandowski led Springville with 14.0 points per game, while Mackenzie Owens had 13.0 ... Read More »

Hands on the wheel, eyes on the road

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Springville High School students enrolled in this fall’s driver’s education program recently visited the Springville-Griffith Institute bus garage for an outdoor lesson and some hands-on experience.

  By Ely Schosek Student Reporter Springville High School runs a Driver Education program three times a year open to all students once they receive their driver’s permit. Spots are limited to 16 participants for each session due to scheduling and space in the cars. Students in this year’s fall session are currently about half-way through it, and advisor Mrs. ... Read More »

Faith United Church of Christ announces December events

The Faith United Church of Christ in Boston has several events planned for December. A  free community Breakfast With Santa will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 9-11 a.m. at Faith United Church. No reservations are necessary, and it is open to the community. Bring your camera for pictures with Santa. Grace for the Journey, a support group for ... Read More »

Concord Town Board planning town senior van guideline updates

By Kellen M. Quigley Those who utilize the town of Concord’s senior van will see some changes being implemented now as to what the van can be used for and who can use it. With the recent retirement of Denise Ciszak, who used to do the schedule for the van, duties have been transferred over to the senior center and ... Read More »

A Look Back: Pearl Harbor Day – Part 1

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By Jolene Hawkins Looking back into history to an event that will stay in all of our minds forever. The event took place on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941, at 7:55 a.m., at 11:29 a.m., again at 11:59 a.m. and at 12:41 p.m. This event is known as Pearl Harbor Day, but as I was reading the account from the Honolulu ... Read More »

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