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P-TECH Program Presented at SGI Board Meeting


By Jennifer Weber The SGI school board held its regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at the Colden Elementary School cafeteria. Colden Elementary School principal Marcole Feuz and 5th grade teacher Lynne Loomis led an interactive presentation on the program Playworks. “The four core values of the Playworks program are respect, inclusion, healthy play and healthy community,” said Loomis. Teachers who ... Read More »

Village Election March 20


By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville held their regular board meeting on Monday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. at 65 Franklin Street. In regular business, the Board approved the appointment of four election inspectors for the upcoming Village election. The general election of the Village of Springville will be held on March 20, 2018, at 65 Franklin Street from ... Read More »

Celebrate Valentine’s Day


By Jennifer Weber Love is in the air. No matter if you subscribe to the “Love is All You Need” view on life of perhaps the cynical view that Valentine’s Day is just a made up “Hallmark Holiday,” there’s no escaping the next two weeks of events to celebrate with the ones you love. If you are looking for a ... Read More »

Join the Springville Calico Club!


By Jennifer Weber Are you looking to meet more people and hang out socially once a month? Would you like to be in a club that makes a difference in our community? Well then, the Calico Club of Springville just might be your answer. And they are looking for new members to join their mission in 2018. The Calico Club ... Read More »

Travel WNY: Kazoo Factory and Gift Shop


By Jennifer Weber Last weekend, a friend and I set out on a quick afternoon escape from the WNY January Winter doldrums and headed to the Kazoo Boutique Gift Shop, located at 703 South Main Street in Eden. It’s a place we’ve all heard about, right? And perhaps once upon a time visited a decade or two ago. But for ... Read More »

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 »

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