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Disney Performing Arts work with Westfield students

October 2, 2014 WESTFIELD —The magic of Disney was spread through the music wing of Westfield Academy and Central School on Wednesday. more »»

Committee hears Public Safety budget

October 1, 2014 MAYVILLE — Incarcerating inmates is expensive. more »»

Consent order budget a concern

October 1, 2014 Fiscal Affairs Officer Rich Halas wasn’t in the position when the city of Dunkirk began work on its water system. more »»

Tax bump in Pomfret budget’s initial draft

October 1, 2014 The first draft of the town of Pomfret’s 2015 budget calls for a small increase in the tax rate. Members of the town board received copies of Supervisor Donald Steger’s nearly $3. more »»

NRG responds to lawsuit filed by Sierra Club

October 1, 2014 NRG Energy Inc. has requested the state Supreme Court deny the lawsuit filed by the Sierra Club and Earthjustice acting on behalf of the Ratepayer and Community Intervenors. more »»

Event celebrates its fourth year

October 1, 2014 After losing their daughter to a rare form of cancer in 2010, David and Laura Coia are keeping their daughter’s wish alive for the fourth year with Olivia’s 5K Wish Run Sunday. more »»

Call for action

September 30, 2014 Animals become a part of the family. Jazz, a thoroughbred mare, was a part of the Cain family before a tragedy led to the horse having to be put down recently. more »»

Repowering lawsuit draws negative reaction

September 30, 2014 After studies, rallies and a public hearing that drew more than 2,000 people, the New York State Public Service Commission approved the repowering of the NRG Dunkirk coal-burning plant to a natural... more »»

Fredonia comedian to appear on ‘Conan’

September 30, 2014 You may want to stay up late or set your DVR for Wednesday night, as one of Fredonia’s own residents will be appearing on late-night televisio. more »»

Safety a concern for city committee

September 30, 2014 The school year has gotten off to a good start safety wise in the city of Dunkirk. more »»

County’s Health And Human Services Committee sees decreases in budget

September 30, 2014 MAYVILLE — Members of the Chautauqua County Legislature’s Health and Human Services Committee had a chance to discuss public health portions of the 2015 budget on Monday. more »»

Arch history officially staked out

September 29, 2014 BROCTON — A final piece to the history of the Brocton Arch has been added to the village streetscape thanks to streets department crews and a generous donatio. more »»

Gowanda discusses flood cleanup

September 29, 2014 GOWANDA — Following the May flooding throughout the village of Gowanda, the village is continuing to mitigate and repair the damage. more »»

Ripley woman dies in French Creek accident

September 29, 2014 FRENCH CREEK — A 52-year-old Ripley woman died after police say her vehicle struck a tree early Sunday morning in the town of French Cree. more »»

Memory whiz has tips for students

September 29, 2014 It is not every day you meet someone whose name happens to be in the Guinness Book of World Records, but two-time winner for Greatest Memory Dave Farrow recently gave a special appearance at JCC... more »»

Quest for veterans’ cemetery in Ripley at critical point

September 29, 2014 RIPLEY — “The quest to establish a State Veterans Cemetery in Ripley, New York, is at a tipping point,” according to chief proponent Robert McIntosh. more »»

College students ‘Rock the Commons’

September 28, 2014 Members of Fredonia Radio Systems of State University of New York at Fredonia hosted its annual event, “Rockin’ the Commons” in Barker Common Saturday to raise money for the Roswell Park Cancer... more »»

Tourism industry comes through again in county

September 28, 2014 For those who question how much of an impact tourism has on Chautauqua County, financial statistics provide the answer. more »»

Wheels in motion

September 28, 2014 SHERIDAN — Celebrating the beauty of fall in Chautauqua County, the Tour D’Vine Bike Rally kicked off the United Way of Northern Chautauqua County’s fundraising campaign. more »»

Church issues challenge to ‘feed Fredonia’

September 28, 2014 While the loss of Carriage House’s nearly 425 local jobs is a tough pill for the community to swallow, officials at the Fredonia Presbyterian Church on Central Avenue want to demonstrate that this... more »»



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