Area Terrain Parks Ready for New Season

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New Events, Features, Staff and New Gameplans for Ski Area Terrain Parks in 2010-11 It’s something like a phenomenon when this part of Western New York has yet to receive its first real snowfall of the year before Thanksgiving. The grass is still green despite frosting over a few times. The trees, though bare, are […]

Up Close & Personal

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Seneca Junction Chorus: Ready for Stroll & Concert this Weekend Members of the Seneca Junction Chorus will don their warm clothing and limber up their singing voices for the Christmas in Ellicottville weekend. They’ll be strolling along the village streets in the spirit of the holiday season, singing Christmas Carols arranged in the “barbershop style.” […]

Inside Business Track

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Madigan’s: 29 Years of “Keeping the Good Idea of a Good Time” Madigan’s on Washington Street will celebrate 29 years this weekend and you’re invited to join in the festivities over appetizers (starting at 7 p.m.) and drink specials at a “throwback- retro party.” After your Thanksgiving celebrations of good cheer with family and friends, […]

Irish Christmas, Dec. 3

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Benefit for Family Support for Ellicottville Group & Santas Workshop Last year Joey did not have any gifts under the Christmas tree for his parents or his big sister Nancy. This year little Joey is driving on a snowy Saturday afternoon in December to Santa’s Workshop with Nancy and their parents. In the back seat […]

Christmass in Ellicottville This Weekend

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Kick off the Holiday Season this Weekend; Many Free Activities The Village of Ellicottville is abuzz with anticipation for the Christmas holiday season. The only ingredient lacking for a picture-perfect weekend, at least so far, is snow. This would complete a wintry scene along Main Street worthy of welcoming Santa Claus, his helpers, and all […]

Board Discusses Zoning Change

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Town Contemplates Lindbergh Road 219 Area Reverting to General Commercial At the town board meeting Wednesday night about seven citizens attended to voice their opinions regarding changing the zoning at the intersection of Route 219 and Lindbergh Road back to general commercial as specified in the comprehensive zoning plan adopted in 2006.  Town Engineer Mark […]

Letter to the Publisher

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Plea from St. John’s Church Over the years I have marveled at the changes that have taken place in Ellicottville. Although many feel these are for the better, I sometimes wonder if this is in fact the case. I understand change is inevitable but it may come at a price. Each year we have the […]

Inauguration of 219 Stretch

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Hopes to Enhance Commerce and Promote Regional Economic Growth On November 19, 2010 Senator Cathy Young arrived on the 219 construction-site and gathered attendees together underneath a white makeshift tent to commemorate and give witness to the long awaited completion this significant 4-mile stretch, which was the dream of the Route 219 Association. Those in […]

Architectural Digest

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Soulful Solitude “I remember standing here with my Dad and watching four or five deer walk up that hillside.” That’s Mike Incorvaia talking about the property up on Bailey Hill Road that he and his partner Don Matre are developing. When Mike was a boy he spent many happy hours hiking around this hilltop. As […]

Whatever Floats Your Boat

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Cruise in Review: The British Isles Welcome to Ellicottville and Happy Thanksgiving!! I am always thankful for my family, friends, our home away from home, health, and the opportunity to enjoy the changing seasons along with changing activities. But, given the opportunity to travel to new destinations by way of a cruise ship, my suitcases […]