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Sherman board member pushes forward with dissolution referendum

September 28, 2016 SHERMAN — Although Sherman Village trustees voted at their monthly meeting in September to proceed no further with dissolution of the village, a town official vowed to push the matter to a referendum. more »»

Child safety seat check held in city

September 27, 2016 According to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of unintentional death among children ages 1 to 19. more »»

Candidate Schmidt vows to review abandoned cases

September 27, 2016 Jason Schmidt, candidate for Chautauqua County District Attorney, has announced he will reopen and review cold and abandoned cases within the first 90 days of taking office, specifically citing... more »»

Community Notebook

September 27, 2016 Forestville Fall Festival this weekend The Forestville Fall Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday at Forestville High School. On Saturday there will be a chili cook-off. more »»

Polish feast

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Reed secures grant for JCC

September 27, 2016 Congressman Tom Reed announced Jamestown Community College will receive a $113,343 grant through the Appalachian Regional Commission for the development of a Community-Based Teaching Clinic in the... more »»

Joint meeting slated for comprehensive plan

September 27, 2016 BROCTON — The Portland Town Council’s September meeting was the setting for discussions on cooperative initiatives between the town and the Village of Brocton. more »»

Adults on Medicaid smoke more than those on private insurance

September 27, 2016 Adults who are uninsured or on Medicaid smoke twice as much compared to those with private health insurance. more »»

Officer assaulted twice at Collins Correctional Facility

September 27, 2016 COLLINS — A veteran corrections officer was assaulted twice on consecutive days by two inmates that were being held in a special housing unit at Collins Correctional Facility, a medium security... more »»

Federal funds coming to two western New York fire departments

September 26, 2016 U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand have announced $266,305 in federal funding for two fire departments in western New York. more »»

Tobacco 21 law to go into effect Saturday

September 26, 2016 MAYVILLE — Beginning Saturday, customers must be at least 21 years old to purchase tobacco products in Chautauqua County. more »»

Salvation Army Dunkirk planning for Christmas again

September 26, 2016 The Christmas season is fast approaching and The Salvation Army of Dunkirk is reaching out to the community regarding their holiday programs. more »»

Picnic at the Point fun

September 26, 2016 Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas is pictured with two happy picnic attendees, Brooklyn Corsoro (left) and Olivia Ahlstrom (right) who attended the Picnic at the Point on Sept. 11. more »»

CLCS, Ripley discuss ‘Restructuring Project’

September 26, 2016 RIPLEY — Ripley and Chautauqua Lake school districts have been seeking to provide the “best of both worlds” to their students by exploring new ways to share services, Ripley Board of Education... more »»

Program on The Gender Gap in Intellectual Property Oct. 20

September 26, 2016 On Oct. 20 at 7 p.m., there will be a program at the State University of New York College at Fredonia concerning the fact that women register far fewer patents and trademarks than men. more »»

Common Council tables trick or treat hours

September 26, 2016 Too much of a good thing could lead to a cavity in the case of candy, but on Halloween, it could also lead to disgruntled residents. more »»

City of Dunkirk fills two positions

September 26, 2016 Dunkirk Common Council recently voted to fill two positions, but one was not unanimou. more »»

Two major resignations in Fredonia

September 26, 2016 By AMANDA DEDIE OBSERVER Staff Writer The search is on in Fredonia for a new department of public works director and waste water treatment plant chief after the resignations of Jack Boland and Betsy... more »»

Chautauqua Lake participating in microplastics study

September 25, 2016 MAYVILLE — Plastics in the environment are typically broken down into ever-smaller pieces, rather than into their component molecules, by exposure to ultraviolet light through a process known as... more »»

Essek gets GOP nod for Fredonia trustee

September 25, 2016 Village of Fredonia Board of Trustees candidate Douglas Essek will appear on the Republican line as a result of the recent Fredonia Republican Caucus endorsement of him for the vacant trustee... more »»



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