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Veteran city school board members ending tenure

May 16, 2016 The Dunkirk City School District is poised to lose not one, not two, but three of its leaders in less than two months. more »»

Chautauqua County Railroad History Weekend

May 16, 2016 With the usual train traffic sounding in the background, a familiar steam whistle pierced the cold air Sunday from the Chautauqua County Fairgrounds where hundreds from near and far gathered to... more »»

Westfield Memorial Hospital officially acute care hospital

May 15, 2016 WESTFIELD — It’s been a long and tiring road, but after five years, Westfield Memorial Hospital as been officially re-established as an acute care hospital with their new, perpetual, Article 28... more »»

Voters to decide future for area schools

May 15, 2016 On Tuesday, most New York residents who are 18 years and older will be given the opportunity to accept or reject their local school budget. more »»

Looking into Forestville’s dissolution plan

May 15, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Should the village of Forestville continue on its path toward dissolution, the effective date would be December 31, 2016. That’s a little more than seven months away. more »»

Shared police station on hold

May 15, 2016 The city of Dunkirk is ready to move forward with a study of a combined police facility, but the village of Fredonia has put on the brakes, according to city officials. more »»

On to the next chapter

May 15, 2016 And just like that, a new chapter has begun for hundreds of students. more »»

Witnesses help police nab city man

May 15, 2016 OBSERVER Staff Report Dunkirk Police this morning are citing witnesses for their help in apprehending a man who reportedly entered a vehicle overnight at the Clarion Hotel at 30 Lake Shore Drive E. more »»

‘Real leader’ mourned by friends, labor

May 14, 2016 Area labor leaders across the state and local colleagues continue to mourn the unexpected death of longtime advocate and former Dunkirk Teachers Association president Joseph Sweeny, who died at 68 o... more »»

SOBERING EVENT: Brocton holds mock DWI

May 14, 2016 Pictured are two students who are portraying teens that have been in an accident, post-prom, after having been drinking at a prom after party. more »»

EPA honors local ‘environmental champion’

May 14, 2016 NEW YORK — SUNY Fredonia’s Dr. Sherri Mason had a hunch about Lake Erie few years ago. more »»

City of Dunkirk facing 2017 shortfall

May 14, 2016 The combination of a loss of revenue and increased expenses was like a one-two punch as the finance committee realized next year will mean a $1.2 million shortfall for the city of Dunkirk. more »»

Tobacco purchase public hearing brings interest

May 14, 2016 MAYVILLE — With a mandated public hearing complete, raising the tobacco purchase age to 21 is up for County Executive Vince Horrigan to decide. more »»

Helicopter hijinks

May 13, 2016 SINCLAIRVILLE — What’s sweeter than a profession of teenaged puppy love? A once-in-a-lifetime gesture to send a friend off to college in a way she’ll never forget. more »»

Fredonia SRO negotiations back on track

May 13, 2016 It appears negotiations surrounding the return of a dedicated police presence to the Fredonia Central School District’s Main Street campus have resumed after a hiatus for some time. more »»

Gowanda Central School budget sees $1M increase

May 13, 2016 GOWANDA — As the cost of benefits and services increases, so must the annual budget. This year, the proposed numbers are set to rise $1,148,702 over the 2015-16 budget, for a . more »»

Brocton Fire Dept. burns board of education

May 13, 2016 BROCTON — Within the past couple of months, the Brocton Central School District Board of Education has been considering an idea brought to the board by the Brocton Fire Departmen. more »»

‘Bud break’ opens area grape growing season

May 13, 2016 PORTLAND — The declaration of ‘Bud Break’ officially starts the growing season for Lake Erie grape growers. more »»

Sunny hopes dimmed by Pomfret Board

May 12, 2016 Rainbows follow thunderstorms, right? That’s what volunteers with Solar Chautauqua, the coalition to solarize Chautauqua County, will have to tell themselves for now. more »»

Nushawn Williams will stay in civil confinement

May 12, 2016 Convicted rapist and sex offender Nushawn Williams will remain in civil confinement indefinitel. more »»



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