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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 »

Holiday Bucket List: Holiday Concerts


By Jennifer Weber It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No matter what your taste in holiday music might be— classical, Celtic, country or contemporary—there’s a concert out there waiting for you this season. In addition to the large concert halls, don’t forget about the merriment right here in Springville with the SGI holiday concerts. Don’t be afraid to ... Read More »

Give A Little Bit: Charitable Drives


By Jennifer Weber ‘Tis the season of giving and there’s no shortage of opportunities available to give a little bit back to your community. Here are just a few food, clothing and toy drives in the Springville Area taking place for you and your loved ones to participate in this December. “It’s not how much we give but how much ... Read More »

Possible Development Project to be Discussed by Village Board

By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville held their regular board meeting on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 at 7 p.m. at 65 Franklin Street. Liz Melock, Village Administrator, was appointed the PERMA safety committee coordinator and the board voted to approve the PERMAWorker’s Comp and Employee Liability Program Agreement for the year. Melock also announced a reminder that Village garbage ... Read More »

Celebrate the Holidays in Springville


By Jennifer Weber December is here and with it comes a variety of holiday events to enjoy right here in Springville! Concord Country Christmas Dec. 2 It’s that time of year again to celebrate an old-fashioned Concord Country Christmas on Saturday, Dec. 2  from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Concord Mercantile located at 17 Franklin Street, Springville. As tradition holds, Santa’s Reindeer ... Read More »

Christmas Theater Performances

By Jennifer Weber This December, start a new tradition— dress up in your holiday finest and grab your significant other, a group of friends or bring the whole family out to celebrate the season with a live theater performance in Western New York. It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play Nov. 30 – Dec. 17 Let Road Less Traveled ... Read More »

Shop Local This Season at Artisan Vendor Markets


By Jennifer Weber While hustling and bustling your way through the month of December many people forget to take a moment to connect, enjoy and discover stumbling upon by accident that oh-so-perfect gift for your best friend, parent, significant other or middle child who is simply impossible to buy for. The challenge this week is to step away from the ... Read More »

Very Merry Main Street Nov. 24-25


By Jennifer Weber It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The Village of Springville is decorated with lights and the weatherman has brought us our first ground covering of snow just in time for Very Merry Main Street on Friday, Nov. 24 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 25 from 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. to kick off a ... Read More »

Holiday Bucket List: 12 Festive Events


By Jennifer Weber I made the list and checked it twice, now it’s your turn to check out at least one of these not really naughty, but mostly nice, 12 Events of WNY Holiday Season! 1. Start out with a train ride on the North Pole Express at the Attica and Arcade Railroad located at 278 Main Street, Arcade. Enjoy ... Read More »

Village Votes to Change Zoning Laws, Warns Residents of Scammers

By Jennifer Weber The Village of Springville held their board meeting on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017 at 7 p.m. at 65 Franklin Street. The board approved changes in the current code for properties located at  63 Maple Avenue, 30 Factory Street and 109, 123, 125 and 129 North Buffalo Street from R-6 and B-1 to RM zoning to match the current ... Read More »

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