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Forestville mailing of article send up red flags

September 10, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Questions are still swirling in Forestville about whether it was legal for village officials to send out photocopies of an OBSERVER article with water customers’ bills a few weeks ago. more »»

Forestville Fire Department to be honored on 9/11 anniversary

September 10, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Every day, residents in local communities are thankful for their volunteer first responders. more »»

Status of properties discussed at Land Bank meeting

September 9, 2016 MAYVILLE — A dollar and a dream won’t cut it for two properties in northern Chautauqua County. more »»

New York OKs construction phase of School 6 overhaul

September 9, 2016 New York state has finally given its blessing for the second and final phase of the Dunkirk School 6 conversion to the Western New York College & Career P-TECH Academy. Superintendent D. more »»

Westfield, Fredonia salaries at top for region

September 9, 2016 They’re No. 1 — the villages of Westfield and Fredonia, according to the most recent report on local government pay as outlined by the Empire Center for Public Policy In. more »»

Free supplies

September 9, 2016 Question: National Grid, The Teacher’s Desk and a principal walk into a school. What do they have in common? Answer: They’re all giving free school supplies to student. more »»

Lessons learned from search

September 8, 2016 Though it’s been 10 years since Ralph “Bucky” Phillips, the then 43-year-old fugitive and cop killer, was captured in Warren County, Pa. more »»

Looking back on the hunt a decade later

September 8, 2016 It was a manhunt like no other in Chautauqua County. more »»

Human resources director would have passed

September 8, 2016 Dunkirk Common Council was split two to two on the creation of a human resources director Tuesday. Now people are wondering what would have been the outcome of a tie breaker. more »»

Fredonia mulls creating rental property registry

September 8, 2016 Fredonia’s top official has pitched an idea to help curtail wild, booze-laden parties in the college community, but not everyone seems on board with it. more »»

Council appoints Yanus

September 7, 2016 After several months of sitting vacant, the position of director of planning and development in the city of Dunkirk will be filled. more »»

Commission: Jaroszynski not qualified for Family Court Judge

September 7, 2016 A commission that deemed Family Court Judge candidate Sally Jaroszynski as qualified two years ago is giving her a not qualified rating this time around. more »»

Human resources director appointment fails to pass council

September 7, 2016 You have to spend money to save money. That was the argument Mayor Willie Rosas made for creating a human resources director at Tuesday’s Common Council meetin. more »»

Area children hit the books again

September 7, 2016 The pitter-patter of feet, the laughter of children and the rumbling of buses filled the air Tuesday outside Dunkirk School 7 for the first time in more than two months. more »»

No SRO, police still there

September 6, 2016 Dunkirk students head back to the classroom today, and although a friendly face with a badge and a uniform will not be by their side every step of the way, that face is not necessarily gone for goo. more »»

Negotiations drive idea for new city director

September 6, 2016 The way the city of Dunkirk deals with personnel issues needs to change, according to Mayor Willie Rosas. more »»

A teaching moment

September 6, 2016 SINCLAIRVILLE — A classroom at Sinclairville Elementary School and a teacher in Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala, were able to connect in a new way, thanks to Homeschool Spanish Academy. more »»

Fundraiser to benefit Brocton boy with rare disease

September 6, 2016 Area union members from all over Chautauqua County are teaming up to play a benefit hockey game on Friday at the Northwest Arena in Jamestown. more »»

School opt-out numbers change in 2016

September 5, 2016 The opt-out movement which swept New York state in 2015 appears to have died down in some areas and picked up in others, according to recent statistics released by the New York State Department of... more »»

Many changes come to Brocton School District

September 5, 2016 BROCTON — New school year, new vision for Brocton Central School District. more »»

 
 

 

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