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Wait for water continues for Creek Road residents

December 9, 2014 HANOVER — Availabil-ity of clean water is something you don’t think about until it’s gone. For two residents on Creek Road in the town of Hanover, 2014 has been marked by one setback after another. more »»

I love CHQ

December 9, 2014 MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County officials are encouraging county residents to take part in a promotional contest to display what they love about where they live. more »»

No plan, but TLC keeps options open

December 9, 2014 BUFFALO — So far there is no plan for TLC Health Network to exit bankruptcy, but there are several options on the table for Lake Shore Hospital in Irving. more »»

Most legislators make more than their base salary

December 8, 2014 Talk of pay raises for legislators in the New York State Senate and Assembly seem to be a theme each election yea. more »»

‘Voice’ winner excited about appearance on Saturday

December 8, 2014 JAMESTOWN — Area residents who watched season four of NBC’s “The Voice” will soon see a familiar face at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena. more »»

Benefit set for local boy

December 8, 2014 STOCKTON — An outgoing 5-year-old boy had his world turned upside-down recently when his doctor found out he had a childhood form of cancer called Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, commonly known as ALL. more »»

Dunkirk Legion remembers deadly attack on Pearl Harbor

December 8, 2014 Seventy-three years ago, on the morning of Dec. more »»

‘Now is not time’ to hire

December 7, 2014 Fredonia Mayor Stephen Keefe has made his opinion known on the potential hiring of two additional workers in the village’s fire department, which could be voted on as early as Monda. more »»

Christmas in the Park

December 7, 2014 SILVER CREEK — Excitement was in the air in Silver Creek as children lined the sidewalk to wait for their chance to see Santa Saturday. more »»

Young talks 2015 Senate priorities

December 7, 2014 Balancing state spending and advancing economic growth will be two of New York State Sen. Cathy Young’s top priorities when she and her Republican colleagues return to Albany in January. more »»

Section of seawall needs to be addressed

December 7, 2014 While the city of Dunkirk is going into phase three of an ongoing construction project at the water treatment plant, unexpected work may be included. more »»

Route 5 & 20 bridge work won’t be finished until spring 2015

December 7, 2014 IRVING — Replacement of the Route 5 and 20 bridge has been a long road. more »»

Panel discussion addresses SUNY budget

December 6, 2014 Elected officials converged on Fredonia State University Friday to discuss higher education. more »»

Locals participate in No Shave November

December 6, 2014 If you saw a man with a mustache during November, there is a chance it was for a good cause. Many men — and even some women — support men’s health during “Movember. more »»

Fundraisers to benefit Gowanda native’s wife

December 6, 2014 Christmas 2011 was the last time Debra Rogers was able to bake cookies, shop for gifts and prepare her home and Christmas dinner for her husband, Michael, and son, Daaron. more »»

College joins nation in remembering Brown, Garner

December 6, 2014 It is like a snapshot of the Civil Rights Movement unfolding all over again as people pick up loudspeakers, signs, and rally for justice just as they had done 50 years ago; more than two hundred... more »»

Lighting up Dunkirk

December 6, 2014 Dunkirk City Hall is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. The city’s annual tree lighting was held Friday evening with Santa’s workshop, a visit from Santa and refreshments. more »»

Forestville Board of Education hears exemption concern

December 5, 2014 FORESTVILLE — A public hearing took place last month on the subject of veterans possibly getting a tax break, and this has a couple of residents concerned on how the school intends to go about it. more »»

Salvation Army asks for the public’s help

December 5, 2014 Every Christmas season, the Salvation Army asks for donations at its Red Kettles on street corners and in front of local businesses, relying on people’s good will to provide food and toys to needy... more »»

Carol Burnett to perform at Chautauqua Institution for first time Aug. 21

December 5, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — When Carol Burnett embarks on her Northeastern U.S. comedy tour next summer, her only Western New York appearance will be at the Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater. more »»



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