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Concord Town Board sets upcoming budget session times

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By Kellen M. Quigley The August meeting for the Concord Town Board was a relatively quiet one. When accepting the monthly reports, Town Supervisor Clyde Drake said the code enforcement officer is doing a great job, and the dog control officer had to serve 11 summons in the past month and is also working hard. From the courts reports, Drake ... Read More »

Community News for the Trading Post

Hours:  Tuesday, 1-5 p.m. Donated food, Feeding America at 3 p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free Community Lunch at noon. Donated food, Feeding America  at 1 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donated food, Feeding America at 1 p.m. Food Pantry: Aug. 16, 10 a.m. to noon Mobile food truck: Aug. ... Read More »

Four weeks until Pumpkinville returns

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A little girl picks out a prize pumpkin during the opening day of Pumpkinville last year. The local fall destination is set to open Sept. 14.

  By Kellen M. Quigley It’s the second week of August, so it seems a little early to be mentioning Halloween. Or is it? With some rainy and cooler weather recently, it’ll be no time at all until Pumpkinville is open for the season, which will happen in just four weeks. On Saturday, Sept. 14, the area’s most beloved fall ... Read More »

Executive director of Love INC retires

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Wendy Cocca, executive director of Love INC of Springville, has retired 
after more than two decades of service to the local nonprofit organization.

By Alex Simmons Wendy Cocca, the executive director of Love INC of Springville, has retired after many years of service. “Working for a nonprofit organization is exciting, challenging and sometimes scary,” Cocca said, reflecting on her time with Love INC. Cocca got her start in 1997 where she was an office volunteer, she said, and eventually moved on to staff ... Read More »

Springville’s Art’s Cafe partners with NYS preservation organization

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  A renovation project in Springville called Art’s Cafe has been utilizing some unusual financing, providing community members and businesses the opportunity to support the project and receive tax credits in return for their investment. Now with a loan from The Preservation League of New York State, the tax credit program has gotten even easier to participate in. Art’s Cafe ... Read More »

Rock Autism Finnerty’s Golf Classic set for Aug. 24 Music Festival returning to Ellicottville Aug. 31

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  By Kellen M. Quigley   The second annual Rock Autism Music Festival will be back in Ellicottville on Aug. 31, but first, a new golf tournament with the collaboration of Rock Autism and Finnerty’s Tap Room will hit the links. The inaugural Rock Autism Finnerty’s Golf Classic will kick off Aug. 24, benefitting Rock Autism’s, Inc. and the Rock ... Read More »

Sample the best at ‘Taste of Ellicottville’

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By Deb Everts   Food lovers from all over the area and beyond will flock to the 34th Annual Taste of Ellicottville Saturday, Aug. 10 and Sunday, Aug. 11 to sample the mouthwatering goodies offered by more than 23 local food establishments. Whether they are connoisseurs of fine cuisine or people who just love to eat good food, hungry visitors ... Read More »

Steelbound of Springville to host sneak preview Aug. 15

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Still undergoing renovations for its new location, Steelbound Brewery and Restaurant in Springville is preparing for a sneak preview event on Aug. 15

The new Steelbound Brewery and Restaurant in Springville will be holding a sneak preview event from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 15. This event is also a fundraiser for The Club — formerly the Boys and Girls Club of Springville — where organizers will be unveiling plans on a capital improvement project for area youth. Club programs impact many children ... Read More »

Enjoy a frozen treat at Springville Dairy

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The location of the Springville Dairy has had a long history of providing treats to the community, but for the past three years its been owned and operated by Bruce and Emily Robinson, who have kept the summer ice cream season going for residents and visitors alike.

By Alex Simmons The Springville Dairy, located at 84 East Main St., is an ice cream parlor which serves “28 flavors of dairy based hard scoop Perry’s Premium Ice Cream and Chocolate Shoppe Super Premium Ice Cream,” said Emily Robinson, the owner of The Springville Dairy. The Dairy had its start in 1909 and was opened by Henry Malloch in ... Read More »

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