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Many have role in supporting teachers

April 11, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the first of a series of articles put together by Sylvester Cleary of the Chautauqua County School Board Association. more »»

Decades of devotion by Collins historian

April 11, 2016 COLLINS — Retirement after 39 years of working any type of job would be impressive, but after almost four decades of volunteering as Collins’ town historian, Irvine Gaffney has more than earned the... more »»

To raise awareness of rare condition

April 11, 2016 On April 30, 2012, Cassidy Phillips, then 6 years old, went to her Nana’s house like she would every Monday morning. more »»

Mayor stresses the importance of literacy

April 11, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Throughout April, one may find Silver Creek Mayor Nick Piccolo reading to young children at their schools. more »»

Services provided to four counties

April 11, 2016 DAYTON — What began as a recurring dream has resulted in an area organization’s formation and its subsequent assistance for regional residents from Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Niagara and Erie countie. more »»

Local trucker invests in Indiana children

April 10, 2016 FORESTVILLE — “Hello! Have you met our Trucker Buddy Mike,” began a letter to truckerbuddy. more »»

Lower gas prices could impact sales tax collections

April 10, 2016 The price of gas may have gone up over the past month, but it’s still quite low compared to previous years. That also means less money for taxe. more »»

Young says budget has record funding for schools

April 10, 2016 ALBANY — Schools in her Senate District will receive a record amount of state funding, according to Senator Catharine Young (R-Olean). more »»

To the rescue

April 10, 2016 Scratch two in a row in the Fredonia Fire Department’s logbook. more »»

Lost treasures

April 10, 2016 Before urban renewal in the 1970s, walking in Dunkirk was reminiscent of walking through different parts of Europe. According to former SUNY Fredonia professor of art history and architecture Dr. more »»

AT HOME IN WNY: Clinton visits Buffalo

April 9, 2016 Democratic presidential candidate and former U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters during a rally Friday at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum in Buffal. more »»

Two plead guilty to Dunkirk drug trafficking

April 9, 2016 Two tied to a major Dunkirk-area drug ring have pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court. U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul Jr. said today that Javier Pagan Jr. more »»

Young honors 65-year member of West Dunkirk FD

April 9, 2016 A faithful servant to the community, Henry Walldorff, an original member of the West Dunkirk Fire Department, has been answering alarms and assisting residents in need in the community since before... more »»

Dunkirk Mayor, council disagree on donation

April 9, 2016 Due to budget cuts over time, the Dunkirk Common Council has had to cut back on its charitable givin. more »»

Gowanda to adopt ‘community policing approach’

April 9, 2016 GOWANDA — What’s better than one code enforcement officer? A whole team! At the village of Gowanda’s recent organizational meeting, Mayor Heather McKeever explained that, along with the village’s ne... more »»

Clinton’s Buffalo rally has Dunkirk connection

April 8, 2016 While it is no secret Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will rally her supporters in Buffalo this afternoon, one could easily gloss over the direct connection Dunkirk has to this... more »»

Greg Edwards, Allan Hendrickson among area Trump supporters

April 8, 2016 Some area Republican leaders are going on record endorsing businessman Donald Trump for President. more »»

City, unions rally for labor agreement

April 8, 2016 Local officials and labor leaders plan to sign a letter of support and speak on behalf of New York state’s proposed use of a project labor agreement for the Athenex project and other state-funded... more »»

ABC vs. Williams: Anti-labor agreement group challenges councilman

April 8, 2016 As with many issues, there are two sides. This is the case with the proposed Project Labor Agreement for the Athenex facility in Dunkirk. Go. more »»

Pine Valley bus driver saga concludes

April 8, 2016 SOUTH DAYTON — Supporters of longtime Pine Valley bus driver and well-known lime spreader Dave Howard were in for an anti-climactic board of education meeting Thursday night. more »»

 
 

 

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