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Concord Town Board Addresses Spring Break Storm


By Alicia Dziak Following the recent power outage throughout much of the Town of Concord, the town’s regular board meeting on Thursday, April 12 began with public comment from a resident questioning whether there is a central location for residents to get information in case of emergency. Supervisor Clyde Drake said there is an emergency protocol, also noting that the ... Read More »

SGI Middle Schoolers Take to the Ice


By Alicia Dziak This time of year, SGI spring sports include baseball, softball, lacrosse, track and tennis. But for some other dedicated athletes, their sport of choice is one that involves ice. Yes, that’s right — hockey. Brooke Judkiewicz is a seventh grader who plays for the 12U Buffalo Regals, an all-girls team made up of 16 12-year-olds and two ... Read More »

Renew, Restore at Women’s Retreat


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 »

Race Rundown: Spring Runs and Fun Walks

By Alicia Dziak If you need that extra push to get out and hit the trails or the pavement, this season is chock full of running opportunities for a great cause. Whether you prefer a half marathon or a fun walk, there’s something for everyone this spring! April 14, Randolph Lions Club Glow Run Randolph Fire Hall, 70 Main St, ... Read More »

Boys’ Track Looks to Leverage Their Speed

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By Alicia Dziak The boys’ track team is led by the familiar coaching staff of by Joseph Marvin and Chad Russell, who also team up to coach cross country in the fall, and indoor track in the winter. The team consists of 40 boys, ranging in grades 7-12. Marvin lists returning point scorers as Nick Abdo, Topher Elkins, Jarod Reese ... Read More »

Purple and Gold Forever for the Hannon Brothers

Michael Hannon Jr. will join his older brother Patrick on the football field at Alfred University next year.

By Alicia Dziak If you live in Springville, chances are you know the Hannons. Whether it’s through Michael Hannon Sr.’s excavating and landscaping business, the gym they own, Springville Health and Fitness, or through their involvement in the community, they are familiar names and faces. And Springville sports fans know the Hannons are synonymous with SGI football. Michael Jr., graduating ... Read More »

Wally Holland: Book Presentation, Hall of Fame Induction and Birthday All in One Weekend

Wally Holland, the oldest soccer official in New York State, holds up a “red card” which ejects a player from a game, although he says he’s only handed out one of them during his entire reffing career.

By Alicia Dziak Wally Holland is well known in both Springville and Ellicottville. He’s lived in Ellicottville for nearly three decades, and has ties to Springville, where he currently spends several days a week working out at the Springcreek gym. Holland also said that his late wife, Kathleen, was also a former world languages teacher at SGI. Holland is the ... Read More »

Happy Spring Break!


By Alicia Dziak Spring break is here, which means the kids are off, the Easter Bunny is coming, and if you’re not heading south, it’s time to enjoy your “staycation” right here in Springville and Western New York! March 30 and 31, and April 1 are all about Easter. The Lenten season is a perfect excuse to grab a fish ... Read More »

Boys’ Tennis Ready to Hit the Court


By Alicia Dziak Among the handful of spring sports offered at SGI is boys’ tennis, coached by SES teacher Frank Noeson, returning to the position for the 14th year. A total of 25 boys make up the team, who began practicing March 12. This year’s team consists of four seniors, five juniors, six sophomores, one freshman, three eighth graders, two ... Read More »

JV Softball Team Gears Up for April 9 Start Date


By Alicia Dziak The weather outside isn’t stopping the JV girls’ softball team from getting their season started. The team is co-coached by Sara Rowe and Maggi Preston, both school nurses in the district at the high school and CES, respectively. The team is comprised of 14 girls:  eight 10th graders, five 9th graders and one 7th grader, with seven ... Read More »

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