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Historic Revere Inn presents danger to village

April 3, 2016 SILVER CREEK — What long ago was a pillar of a growing village has slowly eroded in a safety hazard for the very community it once served. The old Revere Inn located at 240 Central Ave. more »»

What’s with the strange Grange?

April 3, 2016 ARKWRIGHT — Concerns have been raised about the Arkwright Grange, one of the few — if not only — historical structures left in the town of Arkwright. more »»

Police name involved people in Irving head-on accident

April 3, 2016 IRVING — The suspect and victims of a Friday night head-on collision on Routes 5 & 20 in front of Dunkin’ Donuts have been named. The suspect driver, Jeffrey B. more »»

First step for a new shared journey

April 3, 2016 While it may seem like things are moving fast in the affiliation between Kaleida Health, Brooks Memorial Hospital and Lake Shore Healthcare Center, there is still a lot of work to be done in... more »»

Cars remain as derailment investigation continues

April 3, 2016 RIPLEY — A month has passed since a train derailed in Ripley, but figuring out a cause may have to wait up to a year. more »»

Three seriously injured in Friday night wreck

April 2, 2016 IRVING — The call came into the Irving Fire Department at about 6:30 p.m. — a head-on collision on Routes 5 & 20 in front of Dunkin’ Donuts had left five adults injured. more »»

Budget passes

April 2, 2016 Sen. Catharine Young (R,C,I- 57th District), chair of the Senate Finance Committee announced Friday the final state budget includes $235,000 to fund a study of the potential uses for the former J. . more »»

Goodell, Giglio find good and bad in budget

April 2, 2016 Late Friday evening, the Assembly passed the 2016-17 New York state budget with mixed reviews from local politicians. more »»

City officers nab man with drugs for second time in two weeks

April 2, 2016 A Silver Creek man has been arrested for the second time in two weeks on felony drug charges after a traffic stop early this morning on Lake Shore Drive East in Dunkirk. City police report Jesse J. more »»

Winter leaves behind garbage on city beaches

April 2, 2016 As the snow has melted away and revealed the greenery of spring, Dunkirk residents are not happy to see something less pleasant littering the city’s beache. more »»

City officers nab man with drugs for second time in two weeks

April 1, 2016 A Silver Creek man has been arrested for the second time in two weeks on felony drug charges after a traffic stop early this morning on Lake Shore Drive East in Dunkirk. City police report Jesse J. more »»

State set to approve $15 minimum wage plan

April 1, 2016 ALBANY — New York is set to join California on the path to a $15 minimum wage under an agreement headed to a vote in the state Legislature that would boost the wages of more than 2 million workers. more »»

Transition aid, development earmarked for Dunkirk

April 1, 2016 Senator Catharine Young (R,C,I- 57th District) announced Thursday that the push to secure a $30 million power plant mitigation fund in the state budget to offset communities’ property tax losses,... more »»

From Buffalo to Dunkirk: Kaleida reps meet with local officials

April 1, 2016 With affiliation between Kaleida Health, Brooks Memorial Hospital and Lake Shore Health Care Center moving forward, representatives from the Buffalo-based organization visited northern Chautauqua... more »»

Dunkirk mayor endorses Hillary Clinton for president

April 1, 2016 Even without the signs, the stickers, the T-shirts and the flyers, the message Thursday morning at the Central Station restaurant in Dunkirk was clear: a good chunk of the city is behind Hillary... more »»

Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, union disagree over safety

March 31, 2016 GOWANDA — One would think stray bullets at a prison would cause more than a few raised eyebrows. more »»

Fredonia schools ‘keenly aware’ of ConAgra impact

March 31, 2016 The Fredonia Central School District’s business administrator has pushed back against an OBSERVER editorial that faulted officials for missing the mark on who truly suffered as a result of Carriage... more »»

Panama man said involved in apparent murder-suicide

March 31, 2016 ORCHARD PARK — A Panama man was reportedly involved in an apparent murder-suicide Tuesday in Orchard Park. more »»

Brooks Hospital names new chief executive officer

March 31, 2016 Dunkirk’s Brooks Memorial Hospital has named a familiar face to Chautauqua County health care as its chief executive officer. Mary E. more »»

Second draft of SCCS budget awaits release of state figures

March 31, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Round two of the budget presentation was on display during Wednesday’s Board of Education meeting as Superintendent Todd Crandall and Business Administrator Cindy Mackowiak walked... more »»

 
 

 

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