ELLICOTTVILLE — Later this summer, the tradition will continue when The Gin Mill reopens at its new home on the corner of Monroe and Washington streets. The establishment’s summer motto is, “Everything Old is New Again. August is coming.”

LITTLE VALLEY — Cattaraugus County lawmakers agreed to continue paying the city of Olean up to $25,000 a year for its clients to continue to use the city’s OATS (Olean Area Transportation Service) Bus.

RANDOLPH — Every summer, festival lovers have come from all over the area to attend the Randolph Arts and Crafts Festival. The event has a new home this year at Weeden Park on Saturday, June 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine.

SALAMANCA — Hours after an outdoor floral display was installed outside the Great Lakes Physician Practice (Dr. Dean Mast and DNP, FNP-C Evelyn Ouellette) at 117 Main St. in Salamanca, an unknown vandal stole the large plant feature from the center of the container.

ELLICOTTVILLE — The Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce has announced its annual Gazebo Concert Series lineup, which features concerts on five Thursdays throughout the summer and is sponsored by CCSE Federal Credit Union in Ellicottville.

SALAMANCA — Salamanca Area Historical Society President Tom Sharbaugh and display designer Dr. Gail Thompson have announced that the recently re-opened Salamanca Historical Museum contains several new exhibits depicting Salamanca's rich and colorful history.

If you’ve ever been a pet parent you know animals love to explore and taste just about everything in their path. Unfortunately, there are things at home that our furry friends shouldn’t eat. In fact, according to the ASPCA in 2018, the Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) received an average of 1,200 calls daily and assisted 266,554 animals.

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Highlights of this day in history: Lizzie Borden found innocent of a grisly double murder; Britain's Queen Victoria begins rule; Race-related rioting hits Detroit; Muhammad Ali convicted in Vietnam War-era draft case; 'Jaws' premieres. (June 20)