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#GivingTuesday and #NYGivesDay is Nov. 28

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By Rich Place On Thanksgiving, Americans have the opportunity to give thanks for what they have. Five days later, they have the opportunity to give financially to help during the holiday season and give to organizations in need. Now in its sixth year, Giving Tuesday — and perhaps better recognized by its social media hashtag, #givingtuesday — kicks off the ... Read More »

Spring Creek Pharmacy Closes Its Doors

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By Rich Place The Spring Creek Pharmacy, located in the historic Springville rail depot, closed its doors last week and its customers’ files have been moved to Rite Aid on Main Street in the village. Ashley Flower, a spokesperson for Rite Aid, confirmed the last day of operation for Spring Creek Pharmacy was Wednesday, Nov. 15. The Springville Rite Aid ... Read More »

Spc. Baker’s Name Nominated for New Bridge Over Catt. Creek

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By Rich Place Last week, the Concord Town Board nominated Spc. Brian K. Baker, a Springville native who died in 2004 while serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom, to be honored by naming the new bridge over the Cattaraugus Creek in his memory. The town board, during its Nov. 9 meeting, unanimously approved the nomination, which is part of Assemblyman David ... Read More »

WV EMTs Earn Top Spot in National Clinical Challenge

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By Rich Place A pair of volunteer emergency medical technicians (EMTs) from West Valley recently proved they are among the best in what they do and were rewarded for it with a trip next year to Copenhagen, Denmark. Shawn and Heather Lafferty beat a group of 20 EMT-Basics, including two other pairs in a final round streamed live online, in ... Read More »

North Collins Veterans Tribute Planning Continues

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By Rich Place A group of area residents here remain committed to honoring this country’s veterans by constructing an awe-inspiring star-shaped tribute along Route 62, which is designated as the National Veteran’s Highway. About 12,000 bricks will make up a large 100-by-100-foot star and veterans’ names will be inscribed at the site, allowing visitors to stop, reflect and honor those ... Read More »

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