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Carpet World Owners Bid Farewell to Main Street

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By Rich Place For 25 years, greeting customers and helping them with their flooring needs — all while raising a family — has been the lives of Joe and Stacie Decker. And although it’s been a fruitful and worthwhile endeavor, new opportunities for the couple, who own Carpet World on East Main Street in Springville, have led them to the ... Read More »

Renew, Restore at Women’s Retreat

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By Alicia Dziak Being a woman means many things. It means working hard well beyond the typical work day. It means being a mother, a daughter, a wife, a sister, a friend. It means taking care of others, and let’s be honest, quite often forgetting or not leaving time to take care of yourself. In a world of constantly meeting ... Read More »

Aldi Plans for Summer Remodel, Expansion

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By Rich Place It appears work on a new Emerling car dealership won’t be the only construction on South Cascade Drive this year, as the neighboring Aldi grocery store this summer will expand to feature an improved shopping experience. The Aldi store, which opened in September 2009, will close in July for a remodel and open in August with about ... Read More »

Caffeine, Cupcakes and Conversation: 49 Coffee House Now Open

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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 »

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

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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 »

Springville Native Creates Signs and Graphics for WNY

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By Carlee Frank Imagine a world with no signs. Times Square would be just another street in New York City; businesses would be awfully difficult to locate; and highways would be very confusing. Signs in the stars led early man to understand the seasons, navigate the seas and build complex monuments. Nowadays, signs do many things, but when it comes ... Read More »

Aurora Light and Bronze Brings Healing Technology to Ellicottville

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By Deb Everts Aurora Light and Bronze recently celebrated its grand opening and is offering the public an alternative route to heal their body and even lose weight. The business, located at 23 Jefferson St. in Ellicottville (in the former location of Oasis Spa) is co-owned by DeBi Lockhart Bacelli of Great Valley and her daughter, Jessica A. Bacelli of ... Read More »

S&N/Eileen’s Flower and Gift Shoppe: ‘Flowers Bring Sunshine’

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By Carlee Frank To English-speakers they are flowers, to the Japanese they are furawāzu and to the Danish they are blomster –but to everyone, they are beautiful. Flowers signify the seasons, remind us of nature and can light up any room. They are appropriate for any event, or simply to say ‘I love you.’ S&N/Eileen’s Flower and Gift Shoppe at ... Read More »

Summer Opening is New Goal for Former West Valley Hotel

By Rich Place From being raised several feet in the air to having the majority of its interior completely gutted, it’s been an interesting year for the former West Valley Hotel — and the renovations aren’t done just yet. Following construction last year of two wooden decks on the front of the structure, the recent addition of new siding has ... Read More »

Full Steam Ahead for Rosser’s Ridge Maple & More

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By Alicia Dziak According to the New York State Maple Association, “New York State is home to the largest resource of tappable maple trees within the United States, and over 2,000 maple sugarmakers.” One relatively new local maple producer is kicking things into high gear this month to bring customers the sweet, sticky goodness that they can pour over a ... Read More »

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