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Harsh winter hurts some types of grapes

October 5, 2014 Weather has a big role to play in farming. Too much rain, too little, or a late frost can cost a year’s harvest. more »»

Giant protection

October 5, 2014 Back to its original home on Route 5, the Whispering Giant statue on Lake Shore Drive has been restored by artist Peter Wolf Toth. While the restoration is complete, there is still work to be d. more »»

Fredonia man learns his fate Monday in 2010 death

October 5, 2014 A former Fredonia man recently convicted of killing his neighbor nearly five years ago will learn his punishment Monday morning. Jason Wells will be sentenced by Chautauqua County Court Judge John . more »»

Goodell says lawsuit against NRG project seeks options

October 5, 2014 When the New York State Public Service Commission ruled favorably for NRG Energy’s repowering of its Dunkirk plant from coal to natural gas, opponents of the ruling didn’t just pack up and go away. more »»

Expansion on a Silver Creek legacy

October 5, 2014 SILVER CREEK — Old and new come together at the S. Howes plant in Silver Creek. Silver Creek Village Board members recently took a tour of the facility and its new expansion. more »»

Local band to perform in Buffalo event Sunday

October 4, 2014 A local band could have a chance of a lifetime. more »»

SUNY Fredonia holds Community Fair

October 4, 2014 The community showed SUNY Fredonia how it can make a difference at the 11th Annual Community Fair in Williams Center. more »»

Officials between a rock and a hard place on Main Street

October 4, 2014 BROCTON — Village of Brocton streets crews were busy shoring up part of a tin building facade at 10 E. Main St. recently as leaders contemplate what’s next for the falling down structure. more »»

Bob Newhart discusses Jamestown show

October 4, 2014 JAMESTOWN — A comedic icon with more than 50 years of experience under his belt will soon bring his expertise to Jamestow. more »»

Volunteers sought for world record grape stomp attempt

October 4, 2014 JAMESTOWN — Area residents will have an opportunity to set a world record from right in downtown Jamestown later this month. At noon on Saturday, Oct. more »»

Hail, hail Freedonia

October 3, 2014 No, that’s not a typo in the headline. more »»

Friday Night High School Football Scores

October 3, 2014 Dunkirk 14, Springville 12 Falconer/CV 20, Gowanda 19... more »»

Cummins plant Reed’s next stop

October 3, 2014 LAKEWOOD — Rep. Tom Reed visited Cummins Engine on Thursday to tour the plant and talk about the latest bill to pass through the U.S. House of Representatives. more »»

Back on defense

October 3, 2014 With the NRG plant as a backdrop, Congressman Tom Reed, along with Assemblyman Andy Goodell, met with a group of interested citizens Thursday at the Clarion Hotel to discuss the lawsuit filed seekin... more »»

Contractor springs gas leak, power outage in Bemus Point

October 3, 2014 BEMUS POINT — No one was injured Thursday morning after a contractor struck and ruptured a National Fuel line at the intersection of Sunnyside Avenue and Main Street in Bemus Poin. more »»

Pomfret board discusses 2015 budget

October 3, 2014 Raises for court clerks and options for mowing cemeteries were a few significant topics during the Pomfret Town Board’s first 2015 budget workshop. Town justices David Prince and Anthony “A.. more »»

Budget hearings continue for county legislators

October 2, 2014 MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County legislators are forming a bigger picture of the 2015 budget after receiving line-by-line financial snapshots from department director. more »»

Jury selection continues in Coggins trial

October 2, 2014 MAYVILLE—The struggle to find a 12th and final juror for the trial of Davide Coggins continued in vain Wednesday in Chautauqua County Court. According to Judge John T. more »»

SUNY Fredonia Science Center still unfinished

October 2, 2014 With a ribbon cutting just over two weeks away, the new science center at SUNY Fredonia is still not fully complete. more »»

Office seekers weigh in

October 2, 2014 The repowering of the NRG Dunkirk generating plant from coal to natural gas has been at the forefront of local politicians’ efforts since it was announced in March 2012 that NRG was looking to... more »»

 
 

 

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