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4-H dog project offers K-9, grooming programming

January 3, 2016 JAMESTOWN — Cornell Cooperative Extension Chautauqua County’s 4-H Youth Development Dog Program offered youth two hands on workshops in October and November. more »»

Last-minute revelation shakes up city attorney appointment

January 2, 2016 Although Michael Cerrie’s name appeared in the Dunkirk Common Council’s resolution appointing a new part-time city attorney Friday, a different person took the seat next to Mayor Willie Rosas. more »»

U.S. Sen. Gillibrand secures $47 million for physical education

January 2, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. — Physical education grants throughout New York state and beyond will continue on thanks to U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand. Gillibrand, D-N.Y. more »»

Criminal Justice students team up with Farnham VFD

January 2, 2016 ANGOLA — Students in the Criminal Justice program at the Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Carrier Educational Center were recruited by Chief Peter Chiavetta of the Farnham Fire Department to... more »»

TRC to hold Family Nights in January

January 1, 2016 Two Family Night events, targeted for people with disabilities and their families, will be held in January. The events are presented by The Resource Center and Chautauqua Opportunities, Inc. more »»

CLA replaces equipment

January 1, 2016 Don Emhardt (left), Chautauqua Lake Association operations director, and Douglas Conroe, CLA executive director, inspect a new conveyor and power pack received from Alpha Boat. more »»

Computer classes will begin in January at Dunkirk Public Library

December 31, 2015 The Dunkirk Public Library will offer several opportunities this winter for area residents to take basic computer classes and learn additional technology skills. more »»

Catholic Charities, partners embark on initiative designed to expand safety net

December 31, 2015 BUFFALO — Catholic Charities of Buffalo and its eight partners are mobilizing for a Jan. 1 start for the comprehensive Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiver Support Initiative, the result of a $7. more »»

Multiple wage hikes take effect today

December 31, 2015 Multiple wage hikes take effect today for a wide range of New York workers. The state’s minimum wage will rise from $8.75 to $9 in the last of three annual rate changes. In 2013, Gov. more »»

Cuomo signs bill to expand healthcare to pregnant women

December 30, 2015 A bill recently signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expanding health insurance access to pregnant women. more »»

Sen. Schumer announces proposed permanent extension of teacher tax break

December 30, 2015 Teachers will soon see the reinstatement and a permanent extension of a tax break aiming to offset their out of pocket expenses for their classrooms. U.S. Sen. Charles E. more »»

Sheriff’s deputies achieve three-in-one arrest

December 30, 2015 SILVER CREEK — Deputies might usually figure on one possible arrest per vehicle they pull over, but Tuesday, they booked a carload of individuals who had been joyriding down Route 20. more »»

Home invasion suspect gets grand jury indictment

December 30, 2015 JAMESTOWN — The investigation into the armed home invasion robbery that occurred Nov. 22 at 555 S. Main St., Jamestown, has resulted in a grand jury indictment against Felix J. more »»

Chautauqua County Libertarian Party to meet again Jan. 5

December 29, 2015 The Chautauqua County Libertarian Party will hold its next monthly meeting on Jan. 5 at 6 p.m. at the See-Zurh House in Bemus Point. more »»

Civic Calendar

December 29, 2015 All items on the calendar are subject to cancellations. Please call meeting organizers to confirm the meeting is still scheduled. more »»

Pine Valley Giving Tree helps aid 11 families

December 29, 2015 SOUTH DAYTON — In the true spirit of both giving and community, staff, students and parent members of the Pine Valley School District came together to give a good holiday to those who might not... more »»

Sheridan assessor resigns

December 29, 2015 SHERIDAN — The town of Sheridan will be in need of a new assessor come Friday. more »»



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