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Business Spotlight: Rich Food with a Rich History at Fiesta Bamba


By Carlee Frank Mexican culture spans far before the days of conquistador Hernan Cortes. Indigenous people have called Mexico home for thousands of years, establishing immense civilizations and cultivating a rich history. It is these indigenous roots where Mexican food originated, and was further influenced by Spanish culture. Since the last half of the 20th century, Mexican food has become ... Read More »

Holiday Craft Show Nov. 25

By Alicia Dziak As the holiday season is fast approaching, it’s time to think about buying all those gifts. And what better gifts to give than unique finds you can’t buy just anywhere? On Saturday, Nov. 25, the Springville Moose Lodge #1249, at 13080 Buffalo Road in Springville, will be holding a Holiday Craft Show. “This is our 9th Annual ... Read More »

Emerling CDJR Breaks Ground on New Dealership


From left to right: Jason Powenski, GM Emerling Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM; Nick Alberalla, VP, Commercial Loan Officer at Evans Bank; Town of Sardinia Superintendent Beverly Gambino; Tony Picone, Picone Construction; Congressman Chris Collins; Carl Emerling; Springville Mayor Bill Krebs; Town of Concord Supervisor Gary Eppolito; and Mitch Martin, Director of Community Affairs for Senator Patrick Gallivan. On Friday, Oct. ... Read More »

Springville Animal Hospital: Healing Pets and Helping Families


By Carlee Frank A few facts about veterinary medicine: Earning a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) takes four years of rigorous study; there are currently 41 recognized veterinary specialties such as dentistry, ophthalmology and exotic animal practice; and as of 2016, there were nearly 108,000 veterinarians in the United States.     Luckily enough, those of us in the Springville ... Read More »

Springville Call for Nominations for 2018 Awards Event

The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce will present its annual awards night on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 at St. Aloysius Hall in Springville. In preparation for the event, the Chamber’s board is calling for nominations for its awards, which include several new categories that reflect the substantial contributions of the area’s business and nonprofit communities. Categories include: • Business of ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Farming Projects Made Easy at Tri-County Supply


By Carlee Frank ‘Tis the season. Well, not Christmas season just yet –it’s preparation season. Homeowners across the area are chopping, stacking and covering wood for winter; they are studying the best types of snow blowers for the inevitable blizzards and completing last minute construction projects before the freeze is in the air. However, no matter the task, all of ... Read More »

Magic and More for Audiences of All Ages


By Elizabeth Riggs For Dave Jeffers, it began with a magic kit he got as a Christmas present. And the local, award-winning magician never stopped. This year marks 25 years that he has been performing and doing magic shows around the area. Dave Jeffers Magic includes both Magician Dave and his wife Kathleen Jeffers, who is a clown. She went ... Read More »

Stillhouse Brewery & Distillery Coming to Ellicottville


By Rick Miller A Buffalo native, William Bursee plans to bring a little bit of Buffalo to Ellicottville. The two-story building taking shape on Route 219 across from Tim Hortons will house a restaurant/bar with 54 taps, Bursee said during a recent tour of the facility. An attached 5,000-square-foot facility will brew a variety of beers and distill liquors. “I ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Upgrade Your Kitchen at White’s Appliance


By Carlee Frank There is something that we all have in common –no, not a collective love for good weather or a truly exceptional pizza pie, but appliances.  According to Forbes, nearly 100 percent of American homes have a fridge, and 1 in 4 have two or more fridges. Stoves follow closely behind as they are featured in 90 percent ... Read More »

Fall Bucket List: October Spirit at Local Distilleries


By Jennifer Weber With the end of October and Halloween around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about staying warm over those long, chilly Western New York nights. Picture that sip of whiskey in front of the fireplace, just waiting for you to enjoy. One step further, imagine that spirited bottle coming from a local Western New York distillery. ... Read More »

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