The closing of Tony Rome’s Globe Hotel on New Year’s Eve made me, and I’m sure a whole slew of senior townies, pause and reflect.
The Globe was as much a part of our landscape as Tannery Brook. It simply was, because none of us could imagine a time when it wasn’t.
The Globe opened its doors in 1824, when pioneers saw the need for a hotel and restaurant to serve as a stagecoach stop and way station on the dirt road from the fledgling city of Buffalo to the outlying districts on Big Tree Ro...
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