Do the state’s employment/unemployment figures paint a true picture of joblessness in Cattaraugus County?
ELLICOTTVILLE — People have been enjoying the outdoors more than ever this past year as an outlet from the coronavirus pandemic. Those who love winter sports found a diversion on the slopes of Holiday Valley and HoliMont ski resorts, and there’s more fun coming in the off-season.
LITTLE VALLEY — Following its bicentennial in 2018, Little Valley has fully embraced its proud history by being granted three historic status sites and signs from the William G. Pomeroy Foundation.
SALAMANCA — In 1865, Andrew H. Krieger and his wife, Louise, operated a hotel in the settlement of West Salamanca, then called Hemlock, at the junction point between the then NY, PA, & OH Railroad and the Atlantic & Great Western Railroad.
SALAMANCA — Bringing familiar, classic food favorites to the area, Silver Bells Café is opening soon at 79 Main St. Cupcaked Bakery on Main is also transitioning and partnering with the new café that will occupy their former business space.
SALAMANCA — Open business hours at The Salamanca Press on River Street are changing, in accordance with coronavirus safety guidelines issued by the department of health.
SALAMANCA — One year after the global pandemic silenced performance stages, Seneca Resorts & Casinos is bringing the magic of live entertainment back for fans to enjoy — no matter where they are.
ELLICOTTVILLE — Students from the CA BOCES CTE Center at Ellicottville Power Equipment Technology program recently received a day of advanced heavy equipment electrical training.
ELLICOTTVILLE — SK8EVL, a local group of skateboarding advocates, is selling raffle tickets, with one prize being a free season pass at Holiday Valley, to raise money for the Ellicottville Skatepark Fund.
IRVING — Seneca Nation businessman J.C. Seneca was recently announced as a member of the 2021 Business First Power 250, a list of the most powerful people in the Buffalo business community.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The annual winter carnival in Ellicottville and at Holiday Valley Resort is on — with some restrictions due to COVID-19 regulations.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The annual Winter Carnival in the Village of Ellicottville and at Holiday Valley Resort is on — with some restrictions due to COVID-19 regulations.
LITTLE VALLEY — Rock City Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) of Little Valley has renewed its commitment to their area farm community by retaining their designation as an official Certified℠ Agriculture Dealership.
LITTLE VALLEY — Cattaraugus County lawmakers Wednesday unanimously opposed the decision by Siemens Energy to lay off 530 Olean manufacturing employees.
LITTLE VALLEY — Like others stunned by the decision by Siemens Energy on Tuesday to lay off more than 500 employees at its Olean plant, Cattaraugus County lawmakers have questions about what comes next?
ELLICOTTVILLE — The Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency’s tax policy for eligible commercial wind projects was amended Tuesday to the same level as solar projects.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency is expected to approve tax breaks for a new solar farm in the town of Otto when it meets on Tuesday.
CARROLLTON — With a passion for the railroad industry, two local men have turned a hobby into a dream business by bringing a model train production company to the Salamanca area.
MELVILLE, N.Y., May 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional Physical Therapy, a leading provider of outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation services, announces the acquisition of PRO Sports Physical Therapy of Westchester in Scarsdale, New York.
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LONDON, May 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Umbria Network is a key participant and official partner at the Crypto AM DeFi & Digital Inclusion Online Summit on Thursday, 20th May 2021.
The brand-new baseball turf at Veterans Memorial Park is about to see a busy week’s worth of action.
The last two Big 30 New York football teams standing, and two of the final 10 teams left in Section 6, Franklinville/Ellicottville and Salamanca have made it to the end of a season unlike any before it.
PORTVILLE — A lot can change in the span of two weeks.
FRANKLINVILLE — From a numbers standpoint, it was a much different game than the regular season meeting.
Flu numbers in Michigan remain low as the season winds down. Along with an increase in flu vaccines administered, the precautions taken to contain the spread of the coronavirus also helped keep the flu case numbers low.
Medicaid expansion in Missouri is facing challenges in getting funding but it would add needed relief to rural hospitals, officials said.
She said there is still much to discover about the link between nearsightedness and digital screen time, but said the pandemic has "accelerated what already was a boom of cases."
Suicide is the No. 1 preventable cause of death in Montana for youths ages 10 to 14, according to statistics from the state’s health department.
Mississippi officials are investigating whether Fortune 500 company Centene and possibly other firms may have significantly overcharged taxpayers as they managed billions of dollars worth of state Medicaid health insurance benefits.
Shannon Keeler helped another student get away from a “creepy guy” at a college party, only to end up as his victim. Keeler is trying again to get authorities to make an arrest in her 2013 sexual assault after receiving a series of online messages. (May 17)