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April 21, 2014 Every dream comes with its own hardships, which makes it that much better when it comes true. more »»

City shooting sends one to hospital

April 21, 2014 A shooting on East Fourth Street in the city of Dunkirk has left one person injured and subsequently transported to the Erie County Medical Center Sunday morning. more »»

Hanover employees may unionize

April 21, 2014 HANOVER — Hanover officials are remaining tight-lipped, but a Teamster Local 264 official in Buffalo confirmed town employees have made the first step in an attempt to unionize. more »»

TRC discusses health center at Pine Valley

April 21, 2014 SOUTH DAYTON — Students at Pine Valley High School will be able to receive dental services at school in the near futur. more »»

Benefit to be held for local man fighting cancer

April 21, 2014 Friends and family are asking the community to come together for one of their own. Bob “Rock” Roesler was diagnosed with kidney and lung cancer a few months ago. more »»

Pine Valley school board discusses potential cuts

April 21, 2014 SOUTH DAYTON — Teachers, parents and former students were among the community members showing their support for keeping positions at the Pine Valley Central School District. more »»

Egg-cellent collection

April 20, 2014 Just as each painted wooden egg is unique, Pam Corsoro’s collection is unique. Over the past 25 years, she has collected nearly three dozen painted Polish eggs from the Broadway Market in Buffalo. more »»

Hotel developers hoping to break ground soon

April 20, 2014 IRVING — The construction of a hotel and water park in Irving may have been delayed, but not for much longer according to businessman Tony Borrell. more »»

Criticism continues over proposed rooftop law

April 20, 2014 A proposed Fredonia local law curbing rooftop use on private property continues to receive harsh criticism from both a village board member and members of the public. more »»

Idea spawns partnership to help Rural Ministry

April 20, 2014 An idea to reduce waste and help a community organization recently blossomed into a much larger partnership. more »»

Sheridan councilwoman resigning

April 19, 2014 SHERIDAN — It was a somber ending to a productive night when the Sheridan Town Board had to say goodbye to one of its ow. more »»

Carrying the cross

April 19, 2014 WESTFIELD — More than 2,000 years ago Jesus Christ paid the ultimate price for our sins. more »»

Fluvanna man dies in fire

April 19, 2014 ELLICOTT — A 93-year-old man was found dead inside his home Thursday night after it was engulfed in a raging structure fire. Arthur E. more »»

Gowanda eyes property tax hike

April 19, 2014 GOWANDA — Resi-dents in the village of Gowanda could potentially see quite the increase in village taxes next yea. more »»

Ripley town offices relocating to school building

April 19, 2014 RIPLEY — The Town of Ripley is ready to move - its offices, that is. more »»

Festivals committee discusses upcoming events

April 18, 2014 Chicken wing enthusiasts should mark July 5 on their calendars — the date of the annual Wreck and Roll Festival in the city of Dunkirk. more »»

Jamestown toddler’s death ruled a homicide

April 18, 2014 JAMESTOWN — Jamestown Police are investigating the homicide of a 16-month-old girl who died Thursday after an apparent beating. The toddler — a resident of 218 1/2 Newland Ave. more »»

One hurt in crash

April 18, 2014 An accident on the corner of Route 60 (Main Street) and Route 5 (Lake Shore Drive) resulted in one man being sent to the hospital Thursday around 2 p.m. more »»

25 years behind bars

April 18, 2014 BUFFALO — A 23-year-old Cattaraugus Indian Reservation man will spend 25 years in prison and another five years of post-release supervision for stabbing his half-brother to death in July 2012. Cody R. more »»

Beach Bash likely a victim of construction

April 17, 2014 While the weather lately has seemed more like winter than summer, plans are in the making for the city of Dunkirk’s festivals and events which will begin in May. more »»

County debates helping Forestville

April 17, 2014 MAYVILLE — Not all Chautauqua County legislators are ready to dump landfill tipping fees into a Forestville bailout plan. more »»


Grape Belt Seniors Aerobics and Weights with Catherine April 21, 2014

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On the Home front: Eyes on expansion

April 1, 2014 This is the third of a series of blogs regarding the County Home. In a meeting with VestraCare representatives, Edward Farbenblum, executive vice president, said he has hopes for expansion. more »

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