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State official sees Dunkirk firsthand

September 10, 2016 After attending a state conference in Buffalo Wednesday, Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas brought a high-ranking state official back to see the cit. more »»

City of Dunkirk to honor of those lost on 9/11 Sunday

September 10, 2016 Mayor Wilfred Rosas has joined President Barack Obama and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in ordering the flag flying over city hall to be flown at half-staff on Sunday, Sept. more »»

Conservative Party endorses Sullivan

September 10, 2016 Chautauqua County Conservative Chairwoman Anna Wilcox has announced the Conservative Party endorsement of Michael J. Sullivan for Family Court Judge “Mr. more »»

Blood screening program, health fair set for Sept. 17

September 10, 2016 On Saturday, Sept. 17 from 6:15 to 10 a.m. the Dunkirk and Fredonia Rotary Clubs will host a blood screening program and community health fair at Fredonia High School. more »»

Rebranding the bank front

September 10, 2016 A crew on Friday morning worked at Main and Water streets in Fredonia to change a sign on the M&T Bank branch. The bank is going through a rebranding effort with its logo. more »»

Essek announces candidacy for Fredonia trustee

September 10, 2016 Douglas P. Essek is announcing his intention to run for the trustee seat up for election in November for the village of Fredonia. more »»

Our long day — 15 years ago

September 9, 2016 “The going rate,” was the lead headline on our front page 15 years ago today on Sept. 9. It detailed the salaries of school superintendents at that time throughout the region. more »»

Southtowns Barn Dance Saturday night in Eden

September 9, 2016 EDEN — The Southtowns Community Enhancement Coalition will host its Southtowns Barn Dance at the American Legion in Eden this Saturday from 7 to 10 p.m. more »»

Technical Assistance Grants available for up to $3,000

September 9, 2016 Remnants of New York State’s rich history can be found in every community, and historic preservation grants can preserve these treasures for generations to come, according to Senator Catharine Young... more »»

Man faces another meth charge

September 9, 2016 KENNEDY — A car that crashed into a tree on Route 394 revealed much more than dangerous driving Thursday evening. Jonah K. more »»

Fill the Boot effort raises more than $8,232

September 8, 2016 Area residents took spare change and cash out of their wallets to help boost an area effort last week. more »»

National Grid partners with Teacher’s Desk, Yoobi for supplies donation to Dunkirk schools

September 8, 2016 National Grid is teaming up with Yoobi and The Teacher’s Desk to donate thousands of school supplies to the Dunkirk City School District. Today at 10 a.m. more »»

Unified meters dilute their own cost

September 7, 2016 COLLINS – Collins and the village of Gowanda completed a deal to renew its water meters. more »»

Civic Calendar

September 7, 2016 CodyAnne Weise from Ripley was the $50,000 winner in the Monopoly 2nd Chance Sweepstakes at Tops Friendly Markets. CodyAnne is pictured with Chris Allenson, store manager for the Mayville Tops. more »»

Shearer and Webb to run for Mayville village trustee

September 7, 2016 MAYVILLE — Ken Shearer and Ben Webb have announced they will run for seats to fill two trustee positions on the village of Mayville board. more »»

BOCES move negatively impacts Fredonia budget

September 7, 2016 The consolidation of the Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Alternative Education Program may be a good financial move for BOCES, but it results in a financial hit for the Fredonia Central School... more »»

Sounds of Labor Day

September 6, 2016 more »»



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