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Silver Creek Village Board still has police decision to make

April 23, 2014 SILVER CREEK — The budget may be settled, but Silver Creek still has a major decision to make. more »»

Brocton has more concerns with East Main Street building

April 23, 2014 BROCTON — Trustees in the village of Brocton had building safety as a discussion topic for their bi-monthly meeting. more »»

Forestville board accepts terms despite unknowns

April 23, 2014 FORESTVILLE — Although final terms are unknown, the Forestville Village Board agreed to do what the county demands in exchange for its help. more »»

Plea deal made in Carroll homicides

April 23, 2014 MAYVILLE — A plea deal has been reached with one of the four men accused of being responsible for a double homicide in the town of Carroll last year. more »»

Westfield teacher and school each presented $10K

April 23, 2014 WESTFIELD — The recognition kept on coming Tuesday for Westfield Academy and Central School music teacher Kent Knappenberger, the first-ever GRAMMY Music Educator Award recipient. more »»

Fredonia Board approves new rooftop law

April 22, 2014 The controversial law proposed in Fredonia that curbs rooftop use on private property officially passed the village board during its special meeting Monday. more »»

Westfield board abolishes BOFC

April 22, 2014 WESTFIELD — After three years of controversy, the Westfield Village Board has abolished the Board of Fire Commissioner. more »»

Polish power

April 22, 2014 After a tiresome and too-long winter, one sure sign of spring is Dunkirk’s Dyngus Day celebration, which occurs the day after Easter. more »»

County health insurance enrollment total up in air

April 22, 2014 It’s still early in the game to determine the number of Chautauqua County residents enrolled in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. more »»

Silver Creek budget comes in under cap

April 22, 2014 SILVER CREEK — It took a lot of work, but the Silver Creek Village Board announced it would come in under the 2 percent tax cap Monday night. more »»

NY budget blocks EBT card withdrawals at strip clubs, liquor stores

April 22, 2014 Starting in May, welfare recipients will be stripped of their ability to use EBT cards for adult entertainment purposes. more »»

Sharing in the fun

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 »»



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