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Thruway paving work nearing completion

July 13, 2016 Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced this week the $11.7 million project to rehabilitate the pavement on the New York State Thruway between exits 58 and 59 is nearly complete. more »»

Farmers’ Market begins Double Up Food Bucks

July 13, 2016 The Fredonia Farmers’ Market has begun its Double Up Food Bucks program. Running each Saturday now through Oct. more »»

‘Laurel’s Favorite’ ice cream concoction returns to Cold Stone

July 12, 2016 For the third straight year, Cold Stone Creamery will be selling a special ice cream creation as a fundraiser for a non-profit business that serves people with special needs. more »»

Civic Calendar

July 12, 2016 All items on the calendar are subject to cancellations. Please call meeting organizers to confirm the meeting is still scheduled. more »»

District attorney candidate blasts Swanson’s handling of murder case

July 12, 2016 Patrick Swanson, acting Chautauqua County district attorney, received a scathing rebuke from his Republican challenger on the handling of accused murderer Allen P. Witruke’s charges. more »»

Westfield Academy & Central Middle School honor rolls

July 12, 2016 MERIT ROLL: Students earning an average of 85.00-89.499 percent are awarded recognition by having their names placed on the Merit Roll. more »»

Dine and fly

July 11, 2016 About 1,000 people attended the Dunkirk Rotary Fly-In Breakfast on Sunday. Besides breakfast, the morning included plane and helicopter rides and a craft show. more »»

HIGH FIVE: Scenes from Ripley’s Bicentennial

July 10, 2016 OBSERVER Photos by Robyn Near Ripley’s Bicentennial parade was a great success with over 50 floats taking part, including (clockwise from top) the grape picker from Chess Farms, bagpiper Frank... more »»

New Lucy statue to be unveiled Aug. 6

July 10, 2016 CELORON — The new Lucille Ball statue in Lucille Ball Memorial Park, Celoron, will be unveiled at noon Saturday, Aug. 6. more »»

Welcome Southern Airways to Chautauqua County

July 10, 2016 Southern Airways, based in Memphis, purchased Sun Air Express in February and this month will formally launch its new brand at the Chautauqua County Airport in Jamestow. more »»

Applebee’s to hold Laurel Run fundraiser Monday

July 9, 2016 On Monday, Chaut-auqua County residents can support people with special needs just by dining at Applebee’s. From 11 a.m. more »»

Michael Sullivan seeks Family Court judge post

July 9, 2016 Rated “highly qualified” for election as judge of the Chautauqua County Family Court, attorney Michael J. Sullivan has announced his intention to seek the seat. more »»

Local law enforcement remain vigilant in the wake of Dallas shootings

July 9, 2016 Local police departments are not taking any additional or specific precautions as a result of Friday’s deadly shooting in Dallas, but remain vigilant of any suspicious or potentially violent activity. more »»

Freshly elected Dunkirk School Board members take oaths

July 8, 2016 A new school year means new faces on the Dunkirk Board of Education — quite a few of them, actually. more »»

Woods walk in Belfast set for Saturday

July 8, 2016 BELFAST — Please join the Morabitos at their wooded property in Belfast on Saturday, July 9 at 9 a.m. (6067 White Creek Road/County Road 17). A light breakfast will be provide. more »»

Woods walk in Belfast set for Saturday

July 8, 2016 BELFAST — Please join the Morabitos at their wooded property in Belfast on Saturday, July 9 at 9 a.m. (6067 White Creek Road/County Road 17). A light breakfast will be provide. more »»

244 heroin bags land four in jail in Jamestown

July 8, 2016 JAMESTOWN — Four Jamestown residents face charges after Jamestown police reportedly found 244 bags, or 24 bundles, of heroin hidden in the console of their vehicle during a traffic stop. more »»

First Summer Pre-K Institute to be held Aug. 2-4

July 8, 2016 JAMESTOWN — Chautauqua Connections Children’s Coalition, Jamestown Public Schools, Chautauqua County Education Coalition and the Chautauqua County Association for the Education of Young Children are... more »»

Plumb: Reed’s Republican colleagues say he undermined national security

July 7, 2016 JAMESTOWN — John Plumb, Democratic candidate for Congress, stated Congressman Tom Reed’s own Republican colleagues disagree with his campaign’s claims that he’s been “at the forefront fighting for... more »»

Reed disagrees with choice not to pursue charges against Clinton

July 7, 2016 U.S. Rep. Tom Reed is weighing in on the FBI’s decision to not charge Hillary Clinton for her handling of classified information in a private email. more »»



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