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City probes public works’ progress

April 30, 2016 As complaints come in to city of Dunkirk officials, the public works department does what it can to keep u. more »»

No decision made yet on Dunkirk First Niagara branch

April 30, 2016 Although KeyCorp and First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. have reached an agreement with Northwest Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Northwest Bancshares, Inc. more »»

‘Trash-free’ budget passes in village of Gowanda

April 30, 2016 GOWANDA — It was four hands up, one hand down to pass the 2016-17 village budget in Gowanda at the board meeting Tuesday nigh. more »»

Dunkirk City Council ups donation for Upward Bound

April 30, 2016 A $500 donation request was cut in half, but later doubled by the Dunkirk Common Council. more »»

‘Repairing the world’

April 29, 2016 Holocaust survivor Sophia Veffer, age not disclosed, spoke at Dunkirk High School Thursday to tell her story as a Holocaust survivor, and to teach students how to become good and better people that... more »»

Research ready

April 29, 2016 Hundreds of posters adorned the display space in the Williams Center Thursday, while their creators stood nearby ready to explain their research projects to visitors. more »»

Westfield School Board proposes budget, tax bump

April 29, 2016 WESTFIELD — Westfield residents can expect a minimal increase in their tax levy if the 2016-2017 school district budget is accepted by voters. more »»

City to seek speaker policy

April 29, 2016 Dunkirk Common Council’s denial of a loudspeaker permit for a Bernie Sanders presidential rally raised some eyebrows. However, late loudspeaker permits are still drawing discussion. more »»

Chautauqua Lake considers project overseer

April 29, 2016 MAYVILLE — The latest board meeting was relatively quiet at Chautauqua Lake Central School District as the board of education approved several items on the agenda. more »»

City youth rec coordinator resigns

April 28, 2016 The city of Dunkirk has another position to fill with its youth and recreation coordinator resigning as of this week. more »»

Legislature approves tobacco purchase age law

April 28, 2016 MAYVILLE — The tobacco purchase age in Chautauqua County is moving to 21 as the legislature approved the first law of its kind in western New Yor. more »»

SCCS board OKs capital outlay project

April 28, 2016 SILVER CREEK — As budget season slowly comes to a close, the Silver Creek Board of Education has its eyes set on a new project. more »»

Cross-community concert series will begin Friday night

April 28, 2016 Friday and Saturday, graduate students from Rochester’s famed Eastman School of Music will perform locally for school-aged children and the public in a two-concert series entitled “Embracing the... more »»

Seneca Nation wind project breaks ground

April 28, 2016 IRVING — Wednesday’s groundbreaking ceremony for the long-planned $6 million wind turbine project off Erie Road on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation marked a win-win-win for the Seneca Nation. more »»

Dissolution plan presented to village board, residents

April 27, 2016 FORESTVILLE — The next step toward dissolution of the village of Forestville government took place Tuesday as Center for Governmental Research Project Director Paul Bishop presented the village boar... more »»

Police agencies work together to nab coke dealers

April 27, 2016 GOWANDA — It seems like drug dealers and ne’er-do-wells in the village of Gowanda never learn their lessons. Good thing local police agencies don’t mind doling out “reminders. more »»

CCIDA pushes forward city waterfront development

April 27, 2016 The Dunkirk waterfront was the focus of the agenda for the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency Board of Directors’ meeting Tuesday. more »»

NY comptroller urges coverage for rail oil spills

April 27, 2016 ALBANY — Citing a March 2 train accident in Ripley, New York state’s comptroller urged federal authorities Tuesday to strengthen safety measures against oil spills and require trains to carry... more »»

Would-be intruder has shooting experience

April 27, 2016 It seems this isn’t the first time James Duman, 23, of Dunkirk has had experience with guns. more »»

New hires coming to Fredonia DPW

April 26, 2016 The personnel level in the Fredonia Department of Public Works will officially beef up by two full-timers and up to 2,000 seasonal labor hours in the upcoming fiscal year. more »»



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