ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Bliss, NY

WHEC TV-10

Abortion rights protest in Batavia

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) - It's day three of nationwide protests after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Hundreds of abortion rights activists showed up at Batavia City Hall on Sunday after SCOTUS overturned the federal protection on abortions. Demonstrators say they are worried that this is just...
BATAVIA, NY
Picture for Abortion rights protest in Batavia

Previewing the Buffalo Bills 2022 Opponents: Tennessee Titans

2021 Finish: 12-5 2021 Matchup Results: 34-31 Titans. Key Additions: (WR) Robert Woods, (TE) Austin Hooper, (TE) Geoff Swaim. Key Losses: (WR) A.J Brown, (WR) Julio Jones, (G) Roger Saffold, (G) David Quessenberry, (ILB) Rashaan Evans, (CB) Janoris Jenkins. The Tennessee Titans are coming off their sixth consecutive winning season,...
ORCHARD PARK, NY
LOCAL CHANNELS

Men and women upset by Friday's SCOTUS ruling on abortion turn out for rally at City Hall

Her daughters deserve a choice when they're old enough to make big decisions for themselves, said Michelle Kozak at an abortion rally outside Batavia City Hall earlier this evening. "I believe that their rights matter and my rights matter," Kozak said. "Their lives matter and they might need an abortion someday, medically or even if they just want one, and they deserve that choice."
GENESEE COUNTY, NY

Mystic Hills Brewery planned for ski country

EAST CONCORD, N.Y. — An East Concord couple is planning to open a brewery a few miles from Sprague Brook County Park and Kissing Bridge Ski Resort. Mystic Hills Brewing will open this fall in a 1,700-square-foot facility at 10959 Allen Road, East Concord, next door to the home of Reanna Dembitsky and Michael Prusakowski, who are engaged to be married later this summer.
EAST CONCORD, NY
RELATED LOCATIONS

New bridge at Chapin's nature preserve dedicated to conservationist Mark Volpe

Mark Volpe loved nature, and as that became apparent to CEO Jim Campbell, Campbell gave him a job only suitable to a conservationist -- manager of the private nature preserve behind the Chapin Manufacturing factory on Ellicott Street in Batavia. Volpe worked for Chapin for 35 years with much of that time dedicated to the care and maintenance of the 70-acre preserve. He died in November 2018.
BATAVIA, NY
Campus News

Essay on Change: Boston and a new dog

My new rescue dog, Youppi, is afraid of elevators, stairs, cars, men with beards, confusing intersections that say one thing but do the exact opposite, cats, the vacuum cleaner, the dryer, baths, crunchy peanut butter, and cages. I am afraid of most of those things too, in fact, who would not be afraid of cages and restraints? Precisely, both Youppi and I had spent time unexposed to many hard hitting life experiences or adversity and have been thrown into a whirlwind of sensory experiences to take in together. Somehow, we are now both living in Boston, trying to digest a world of change and lack of familiarity. I would not want to go through such a tender time in my life with anyone but a traumatized, unconditionally loving shelter dog, though. I see myself in him now more than ever, and it’s reassuring to know that we are feeling the same anxieties and eagerness to flourish.
BOSTON, NY
RELATED PUBLISHERS
thevillagerny.com

E’VL Entrepreneurs Forge Into Frewsburg

There is a hidden gem a lot of folks round these parts don’t know about. The Nickel restaurant in Frewsburg, NY. About 45 minutes southwest of Ellicottville on Bone Run Road, sits an historic restaurant that has recently changed ownership to a local gal and her fella. Lisa Mendell and Chris Lynn (pictured) have taken over the Nic-L-Inn, which was also called the Mooney’s Tavern and Lucky Dollar back in the day, more than 40 years ago. It was established on the main thoroughfare twixt Jamestown and Bradford then. The Nickel restaurant has some stories to tell and this one here, is the beginning of the rabbit hole, because you’ll want to hear more once you’ve entered the established roadhouse.
FREWSBURG, NY

36K-square-foot Orangetheory Fitness coming to Lancaster

LANCASTER, N.Y. — Western New York is getting a fourth Orangetheory Fitness. Local franchise owners David and Donna Kern are opening an Orangetheory this summer in the shopping center at 4908 Transit Road, Lancaster, according to Jorian Holka, regional fitness manager. Orangetheory, a fitness studio franchise based in Boca...
LANCASTER, NY
NEARBY CITIES
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Pick Your Own Unique Bouquet on One of Kind NY Flower Farm

There's a two-acre field of flowers on a unique rural u-pick flower farm you'll want to visit this summer. The Flower Stand is a country getaway in the village of Springville, 30 minutes south of Buffalo, New York, where you’ll find row after row of gorgeous and affordable flowers in the prettiest setting you could imagine.
SPRINGVILLE, NY

Casita del Campo

Casita Del Campo a classic Mexican restaurant in Silver Lake that's been a gay nightlife institution since the 1960s. While you don’t need to cross town to eat the food here, when the time comes to soak up those lethal margaritas with some food, you’re not going to be mad at their large menu of enchiladas, burritos, and big plates of meat. The place has two patios that both get rowdy every night, an indoor dining room with a giant rubber tree in the middle, and a theater in the basement with drag shows on the weekend.
SILVER LAKE, NY

The Best Breakfast at Three Girls Café

A shot of the front of Three Girls Café in Boston, New York.Photo by J.M. Lesinski. There is a poetic comfort in breakfast joints that speaks to the heart of diners everywhere and keeps them coming back. The iconic breakfast diner every town has and loves immensely. Three Girls Café is the breakfast joint of Boston, New York and always serves up everything with a smile.
BOSTON, NY
ARCHIVES