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Ripley Central School moves toward $2 million construction

April 5, 2014 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School Board of Education voted at a special meeting to move ahead with a proposition to embark on a $2 million facilities reconstruction program. more »»

Gowanda hires outside attorney for harassment investigation

April 5, 2014 GOWANDA — To handle a harassment complaint involving a police officer and the mayor, the village of Gowanda has hired a separate attorney. more »»

TLC’s FEMA funding discussed in bankruptcy hearing

April 5, 2014 Two items in TLC Health Network’s recent bankruptcy hearing revolved around Federal Emergency Management Agency funding. According to U.S. Bankruptcy Court Chief Justice Carl L. more »»

CVCS raises $4,000 in Bald for Bucks campaign

April 5, 2014 More than 30 members of the Cassadaga Valley Central School community are sporting a new ’do. more »»

Dolce slams regional water plan

April 4, 2014 Calling the proposed Northern Chautauqua County Regional Water District “the creation of yet another layer of government,” Dunkirk Mayor Anthony J. more »»

Happy anniversary

April 4, 2014 BRANT — The community gathered at the Brant Post office March 25 to commemorate the Town of Brant’s founding 175 years ag. more »»

State aid helps some of Fredonia’s budget problems

April 4, 2014 A boost of about $350,000 in state aid may have just saved programs and staffing positions from the chopping block in the Fredonia Central School District, but only in the short-term. more »»

Westfield trustee alleges board meeting illegal

April 4, 2014 WESTFIELD — The Westfield Village Board apparently held an illegal meeting, according to one village trustee; another trustee said this is nothing new. more »»

County looks to cut recidivism

April 4, 2014 MAYVILLE — County organizations involved in the re-entry and reintegration of jail inmates gathered in Mayville on Thursday to discuss both areas of progress and difficulty in their efforts to reduc... more »»

Schumer wants FTC to look into inflated energy prices

April 3, 2014 Area residents concerned about their inflated energy bills this winter have an advocate in Washington. United States Sen. more »»

Fredonia slashes library, flowers

April 3, 2014 More deep cuts were on the agenda for the Fredonia budget workshop, with Dar-win R. Barker Library taking one of the deepest cuts. more »»

Goodell, Giglio attend anti SAFE Act rally

April 3, 2014 Thousands of Second Amendment supporters from across New York gathered in Albany on Tuesday to rally for the repeal of the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act. more »»

Pomfret properties were last revalued 40 years ago

April 3, 2014 Is it time? It’s been 40 years since the town of Pomfret has undergone a property revaluation and the town board held a workshop session Wednesday to learn more about the process — and possible... more »»

Number of students taking standardized tests decreases

April 3, 2014 Many school districts reported an increase in the number of students refusing to take the state standardized tests for English Language Arts this week, but none so much as Fredonia School district. more »»

City fireworks spending brings one ‘no’ vote’

April 2, 2014 The Fourth of July fireworks show should be just as good as last year’s at the city of Dunkirk waterfront. The decision to hire Zambelli Fireworks Inter-nationale of New Castle, Pa. more »»

Officials: Tax cuts, school aid keys to state plan

April 2, 2014 Tax cuts, school aid and many other aspects of the New York state budget have local elected officials feeling optimistic. more »»

Westfield mayor’s relationship with clerk deteriorates

April 2, 2014 WESTFIELD — Following Monday night’s Westfield Village Board meeting, it’s clear the relationship between Mayor Mike VandeVelde and Administrator/Clerk Vince Luce is not good. more »»

Westfield adopts 2014-2015 budget

April 2, 2014 WESTFIELD — The residents of Westfield will see a tax rate increase for the next fiscal year. The Westfield Village Board passed its proposed budget, which includes a 1.59 percent tax increase. more »»

Meteorologist Andy Parker comes to city

April 2, 2014 Although the weather outside has been frightful lately, the famous weather machine was more than welcome in the crowded gymnasium at Northern Chautauqua Catholic School Monday morning. more »»

Westfield has energy controversy

April 1, 2014 WESTFIELD — There is a clear separation on the Westfield Village Board concerning energy. more »»



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