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Springville Area Chamber Announces 2018 Annual Award Winners

By Jennifer Weber The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Annual Award Dinner will be held on Saturday, Feb. 3 from 6 -9 p.m. at St. Aloysius Hall, 190 Franklin Street in Springville. This year’s winners that will be honored at the event are: • Business of the Year – Emerling Dealerships • Nonprofit of the Year – Concord Historical ... Read More »

Winter Bucket List: Time to Relax!

By Jennifer Weber Breathe in deeply. Welcome to January and a New Year! Along with the regular resolutions we all start off the year with—eating better, getting more exercise, starting yoga or mediation—why not start off this year with a smaller commitment, one you can easily accomplish with minimal effort and make yourself feel good? All it takes is walking ... Read More »

Village Board Approves Vote In Favor of Small Animal Law Allowing Chickens

By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville held their regular board meeting on Tuesday, Jan 16 at 7 p.m. at 65 Franklin Street and opened with a public hearing on proposed Local Law 1-2018- Revisions to Chapter 60-Animals. Several members of the community spoke in favor of the revisions, with a few suggesting revisions under the section regarding licensing to ... Read More »

A New Chapter Begins at the Trading Post Community Care Center


By Jennifer Weber Kicking off a fresh start for the new year, the Trading Post Community Care Center, now under the direction of the Hamburg Wesleyan Church, held a rededication ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Jan. 3 with the Springville Area Chamber of Commerce and Arcade Area Chamber of Commerce. Peggy Austin, the new director of the Trading Post, explained that ... Read More »

Village Board Holds First Meeting of the Year


Springville Mayor Bill Krebs (left) and Officer in Charge Nick Budney (right) welcome Joshua Taylor as the new part-time police officer for the Village of Springville. By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville held their regular board meeting on Tuesday, Jan.2, 2018 at 7 p.m. at 65 Franklin Street. The Board accepted the results from the Springville Fire Department election ... Read More »

Ring in the New Year!


By Jennifer Weber Out with the old and in with 2018! No matter if you plan on spending New Year’s Eve with a quiet night at home, a party with friends and family or out on the town at one of the following Western New York celebrations. We wish you and yours a very happy and safe New Year! Enjoy ... Read More »

The End-of-Year Anti-Bucket List

By Jennifer Weber With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season (almost) behind us, the very last thing you might be thinking about includes making more plans for the weeks ahead. Time for a rest, recoup and recovery session to start out the New Year! Take a few moments of relaxation and check one of these items off ... Read More »

Winter Bucket List: Outdoor Winter Fun

By Jennifer Weber Winter is no longer coming; winter is here! While waiting for the daylight to slowly inch back into longer hours, why not spend some time outdoors embracing the season! There’s no shortage of options in Western New York. Check one off your bucket list this coming year. Hockey fans rejoice! Don’t miss your chance to see some ... Read More »

Holiday Bucket List: Unique Gift Giving

By Jennifer Weber Here we are in the middle of December. How did the time go by so fast? While out around town checking off those last minute gifts for loved ones at local shops… • Office exchange? Cheap Chollies candy cane filled of mini liquor bottles. Check! • Sister/favorite cousin? Lulu Belle’s has that scarf you had an eye ... Read More »

Oh Christmas Tree! Find Your Perfect Pine

By Jennifer Weber When it comes to Christmas Trees, every family has their own special tradition. I fondly recall watching my parents drag the giant, tattered, taped up cornered cardboard box from the attic each year, into the living room and meticulously separating each limb of our tree into piles of different letters. Somehow all those branches ended up organized ... Read More »

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