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Piazza wins second Family Court

November 5, 2014 Jeffrey A. Piazza said he was humbled and overwhelmed Tuesday night after winning the race for Chautauqua County’s second Family Court judge. more »»

Boardwalk lease has opposition

November 5, 2014 A local pizza shop is not going anywhere, but not everybody agrees that it is the best thing for the city of Dunkirk and its Boardwalk Marke. more »»

Library funding comes under fire

November 5, 2014 It was brief, some three minutes long, as only one person spoke during a public hearing Tuesday on Mayor Anthony J. Dolce’s 2015 budget proposal for the city of Dunkirk. more »»

Reed holds off Robertson challenge

November 5, 2014 Congressman Tom Reed, R-Corning, will represent the 23rd Congressional District for another two years. more »»

Parents file lawsuit in player’s death

November 4, 2014 The parents of Damon Janes, the Westfield-Brocton football player who died last year after sustaining game-related head injuries, are demanding punitive damages against school districts, first... more »»

Dunkirk man pleads guilty to child pornography charges

November 4, 2014 U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced Monday that Shane Taylor, 43, of Dunkirk, pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography before U.S. District Judge Richard J. Arcara. more »»

New sign to mark site of famous Hanover elm

November 4, 2014 HANOVER — A new sign is set to be installed near the intersection of Route 39 and Hanover Road to commemorate a local tree once designated the largest living tree east of the Rockies. more »»

Finally down

November 4, 2014 SILVER CREEK — Although the actual demolition may not have gone exactly according to plan, the results speak for themselves. more »»

IDA hosting manufacturing summit

November 4, 2014 JAMESTOWN — In an effort to clear the lines of communication between local businesses, the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency is holding its first manufacturing summit on Nov. more »»

Chautauqua County voting 101: Who and when

November 3, 2014 Eligibility to Vote: Any county citizen at least age 18 at the date of election and who has previously registered is eligible to vot. more »»

13th annual Dunkirk drug court graduation held

November 3, 2014 For 13 years, City Hall in the city of Dunkirk has been filled with people who make promises to the law enforcement and to themselves to get their life back on track, and are rewarded with a... more »»

County inmate health care audit released

November 3, 2014 The cost of health care for inmates in county jails can be a heavy burden on the financial resources of the county. more »»

Remembering Dr. Allen Benton

November 3, 2014 I was working at the OBSERVER when news of Allen Benton’s death came in. more »»

Former superintendent honored

November 3, 2014 The picture of a man instrumental in helping to realize the dream of the modern Fredonia Central Schools building now hangs within the school he loves so dearly. more »»

Redistricting, education funding among statewide issues

November 2, 2014 Three statewide ballot propositions will be voted on in the General Election this year. more »»

Highway superintendents’ fate up on election day

November 2, 2014 For a couple of town highway superintendents, this upcoming election day could take them out of the political world. more »»

Decision day approaches

November 2, 2014 Polls will be open Tuesday in New York state from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. for elections. Besides governor, comptroller, attorney general, there are a number of other races as well. more »»

Campaign finances vary by candidate

November 2, 2014 With Election Day inching closer, the financial race is drawing to a close for candidates. more »»

Ceremony set

November 2, 2014 McClurg Museum curator John Paul Wolfe may have thrown a Hail Mary pass with little chance of succeeding, but that pass actually defied the odds. more »»

Sheridan water district grant application fails

November 1, 2014 SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Town Board must now examine its options after learning some critical grant money to alleviate water district problems will not be coming. more »»



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