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Drug raid nets two; warrants issued for two others

August 21, 2014 OBSERVER Staff Report City of Dunkirk Police and the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force successfully concluded a lengthy investigation into the sale of narcotics from a Grant Avenue apartment... more »»

Gowanda to execute athletic contract with PVCS

August 21, 2014 GOWANDA — The Gowanda Panthers will be adding some new panthers to its football teams this season. more »»

City departments may be next to move

August 21, 2014 It wasn’t that long ago it seemed a solution was found to what had been somewhat of a problem for potential developers in the northern part of Chautauqua County. more »»

Cassadaga residents angry about water

August 21, 2014 CASSADAGA — Mill Street residents in Cassa-daga have been experiencing a major water problem. more »»

Police catch Bicentennial Park vandals

August 21, 2014 Bicentennial Park in the city of Dunkirk has a history of unanswered vandalism. more »»

One year later

August 20, 2014 BROCTON — Nearly a year after Damon Janes sustained a fatal head injury during a Westfield-Brocton football game, the community will come together to honor his memor. more »»

Pine Valley cancels football season

August 20, 2014 Pine Valley Central School has canceled the upcoming football season due to low numbers. On the opening day of practice, only 14 players came to practice. more »»

Council votes ‘no’ to property payment

August 20, 2014 A resolution that would have transferred $50,000 from the city of Dunkirk to the Dunkirk Local Development Corporation to allow the DLDC to make a Sept. more »»

County IDA relocates to incubator

August 20, 2014 The State University of New York at Fredonia's Technology Incubator is welcoming the relocation of the County of Chautauqua Industrial Development Agency's northern county offices to its facility,... more »»

City Democratic Committee picks Rosas

August 19, 2014 It took just one vote for the Dunkirk City Democratic Commit-tee to make its selection to fill a vacancy on Common Council. more »»

Silver Creek, Sherman receive full-day pre-K funding from state

August 19, 2014 Governor Andrew Cuomo Monday announced the recipients of $340 million in full-day pre-kindergarten funding for 81 school districts and community-based organizations statewide, opening full-day... more »»

County sales tax up, but not by much

August 19, 2014 Chautauqua County is still trying to bounce back from the recession. more »»


August 19, 2014 STOCKTON — The 40th annual Chautauqua County Antique Equipment Show was held at 4578 Cemetery Road in Stockton over the weekend. The show featured restored antique trucks, tractors, and engines. more »»

Webb’s waterfront project in planning stages

August 19, 2014 MAYVILLE — Village residents want answers about a proposed waterfront hotel project in Mayville, and they had the chance to ask them at Monday’s Zoning Board of Appeals meetin. more »»

Portland leaders stand firm on bank position

August 18, 2014 VAN BUREN POINT — If the town of Portland intends to see another financial institution move into the village of Brocton, it is making a case that it has a banking community that would utilize one. more »»

Guidelines issued for motorized wheelchairs

August 18, 2014 City of Dunkirk streets have seen an increase in recent years of the use of motorized wheelchairs. more »»

Joy Ride Dice Run & Benefit Aug. 30

August 18, 2014 Thomas Joseph “TJ” Joy, the only child born to Joseph and Angela Joy, was a special little boy with special needs resulting from a rare brain malformation called PolyMicroGyria. more »»

Community celebrates librarian’s retirement

August 18, 2014 RIPLEY — The sadness of Ripley Librarian Nancy McIntosh’s retirement was alleviated only by the assurance that Thackeray the cat was willing to stay on to help her successor. more »»

PVCS students volunteer to paint town hall

August 18, 2014 CHERRY CREEK — A group of teenagers are leaving their mark in the town of Cherry Creek. A group of incoming sophomores spent a portion of their free time painting the Cherry Creek Town Hall. more »»

Sent home early

August 17, 2014 For Silver Creek resident Emily Shelden, becoming integrated into a new culture and lifestyle and then having that torn away in a matter of days is a test of her wil. more »»



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