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A Very Merry Main Street Nov. 25-26


By Alicia Dziak Getting ready for the holidays has never been easier, and you can take a short stroll down Main Street later this month and get everything you need. At the annual A Very Merry Main Street, Nov. 25 and 26, local stores and businesses will open their doors and offer customers a great shopping experience, Springville style. A ... Read More »

Dr. Gavin Davison Achieves Board Certification from American Board of Surgery


Bertrand Chaffee Hospital is pleased to announce that after taking his examinations this fall, Gavin Davison, MD has been board certified in surgery by the American Board of Surgery. Not all practicing surgeons are board certified. Certification is different from possessing a medical license, which is the minimum required by law to practice medicine. Board-certified surgeons like Dr. Davison choose ... Read More »

Sheret Jewelers Celebrates Platinum Anniversary


By Ashlee Oakley The Springville Times would like to congratulate Sheret Jewelers on their 70th year in business! Speaking with owner, Elise Rose, and briefly with her husband/co-owner, Mike Rose, revealed impressive insight on the history of the building, the new renovations they have recently applied, and upcoming events that they will be hosting. “Since my grandfather opened the store, ... Read More »

New President Hopes to Revive Kissing Bridge


By Dave Dahl As he prepares for the upcoming season, Rich Fanelli brings a lifetime of ski resort experience to the top post at Kissing Bridge. Now overseeing the ski area, where he started his career at age15, Fanelli hopes to draw more skiers and snowboarders with a series of enhancements. Entering his 28th season at Kissing Bridge, the new ... Read More »

Springville Eye Care: Celebrating a Decade of Success


By Ashlee Oakley When Shannon Rosenswie first opened Springville Eye Care in 2006, she had opted to stop working for practices in both Buffalo, and then Olean, and start working for herself. A graduate Pioneer Central, Rosenswie got her undergraduate degree at the University of Buffalo, and then went forward to Philadelphia’s Pennsylvania College for Optometry, receiving her Optometric Degree. ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Springville Door & Window


30 Years of Community-Driven Sales and Services By Ashlee Oakley The history of this business is an interesting Springville story. Vice President David Batterson, Jr. first explains the background: Batterson’s father, David Batterson, Sr., and his uncle, Jim Webster, started the business in 1986. Shortly after, Batterson says they parted ways, as his uncle was happy to stay in the ... Read More »

Farm in Peace: Practice Season


By Ashlee Oakley Once you see the giant peace sign decorating the front of a shining white barn, you will know you’re in the right place. Drive past the house with alpacas on the shutters and whimsical window-pane art hanging in the lawn, and meet CJ and Paula Jeanniton. Along with their happy little boys, Charlie and Joey, the Jeannitons ... Read More »

Metro Kirsch: A Family Tradition


Metro Kirsch: A Family Tradition By Ashlee Oakley In 1965, when Rose Kirsch started her new business, Metro Rose Kirsch, based in Holland, NY, she had a dream and a purpose that eventually gained her five offices all over Western New York. Little could she know, 51 years later, her daughter, Cindy, would be holding the reigns, with her granddaughter ... Read More »

History, Tradition Make Springville Country Club ‘Friendliest’ in WNY


History, Tradition Make Springville Country Club ‘Friendliest’ in WNY By Colleen Mahoney In its current location, Springville Country Club is a haven for golf players, boasting 18 holes on 112 acres overlooking Zoar Valley and the Cattaraugus Creek. But before they set up holes and hazards, the land was known as Cascade Park. Having gotten its name from the waterfall ... Read More »

BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT Mahoney and Sullivan Financial Group


‘No handshakes’ proves a successful business model Colleen Mahoney It was 31 years ago that Kevin Mahoney moved into a private practice for financial planning. Since then he has brought on Jessica Sullivan as a partner, added two licensed associates and a receptionist and helped more than 600 clients understand their finances. Mahoney (no relation to this story’s author) is ... Read More »

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