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Old Yellow Goose gets new use

July 23, 2016 After 10 years sitting vacant, the former Yellow Goose will have a use. more »»

Alleged Sheridan thief still due in court

July 23, 2016 SHERIDAN — Sheridan Highway Department employee and alleged thief David Roach, 58, has not yet been to court for the April incident at the Highway barn. more »»

‘Sticky issue’ ups cost for Fredonia school track

July 23, 2016 At a recent Fredonia Central School Board of Education meeting, Clark Patterson Lee Architects representative Brian Trott gave a presentation as to why the addition of $7,688 to the E.. more »»

Summer reading

July 23, 2016 United Way of Northern Chautauqua County believes summer is a time for fun outdoors, but also a time for children to keep their minds shar. more »»

Even in drought, reservoir level brings no alarm

July 22, 2016 Northern Chautauqua County’s parched land looks more and more like it missed the boat for the Sahara Desert with each passing day, but it appears the Fredonia reservoir is an oasis in the terrain. more »»

Vineyard Drive to see shop changes

July 22, 2016 Those who think good things are only happening on Dunkirk’s waterfront have another thing coming. At a recent town board meeting, Town of Dunkirk Super-visor Richard Purol shared good news. more »»

$250K grant awarded to Dunkirk Schools

July 22, 2016 A request for a sizable chunk of change from New York state officially paid off for the Dunkirk City School District. Superintendent Dr. more »»

Dunkirk mayor, election commissioner head to DNC

July 22, 2016 Two representatives are headed to the “Super Bowl of politics” next week. Representing the city of Dunkirk as an alternate delegate will be Willie Rosas. “I’m excited,” Rosas said. more »»

Missing woman found dead

July 21, 2016 KIANTONE —The body of a 52-year-old Frewsburg woman was found near Carlson’s Landing today. According to New York State Police Captain Eric Balon, a thorough investigation is underway. more »»

Cassadaga Elementary now home to BOCES

July 21, 2016 CASSADAGA — A lot has happened in a month regarding the former Cassadaga Elementary School at 175 Maple Ave. more »»

Your Life Matters

July 21, 2016 Today, a campaign meeting being held in Washington Park at 4 p.m. will hopefully spur some changes in regard to the ever-growing heroin epidemic in Dunkirk. more »»

Athenex workforce development initiative begins

July 21, 2016 Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan and the Chautauqua County Education Coalition are already rolling up their sleeves to begin coordinating education and training programs for our county’s... more »»

City of Dunkirk loses money in water fund

July 21, 2016 The loss of some major water customers in the city of Dunkirk was apparent in the deficit outlined in a recent audit of the city’s 2015 financial activities. more »»

‘It takes a village’

July 20, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Through cooperation with both its own residents and nearby municipal neighbors, Silver Creek is learning what can be achieved through teamwor. more »»

Goodbye, Sun Air and hello, Southern Airways

July 20, 2016 JAMESTOWN — A new airline and a renewed sense of hope for better service has arrived at the Chautauqua County-Jamestown Airport at Robert H. Jackson Field. more »»

Plans progress for area hospitals

July 20, 2016 A shared vision is taking shape for two area hospitals. Brooks Memorial Hos-pital, Lake Shore Hospital and Kaleida Health have been working together since March. more »»

Dunkirk looks to attract visitors to pier with grant

July 20, 2016 Where Fredonia is looking for a fence to draw visitors to its end of Central Avenue, Dunkirk is turning to attractive seating and activities to bring crowds to the waterfront. more »»

Amish buggy rear-ended in Harmony; one airlifted

July 20, 2016 OBSERVER Staff Report HARMONY — One person was airlifted after a motor vehicle rear-ended an Amish buggy on Cherry Hill Road today around 3:30 p.m. more »»

Monstrosity on Main Street

July 19, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Hope for cleaning up the “Main Street School” in Silver Creek — though perhaps not alive and kicking, exactly — is at least gasping and twitchin. more »»

No reservation policy, no problem

July 19, 2016 A request the Dunkirk Common Council previously pulled from the agenda is making a return appearance, but it is just a formality, according to Councilman-At-Large Andy Woloszy. more »»



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