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Defense rests after Coggins takes stand

November 8, 2014 MAYVILLE — Against the wishes of his defense counsel, Davide Coggins chose to testify Friday in Chautauqua County Court, offering what may have been his final attempt at proving his accusers wrong. more »»

Passion for giving lives on

November 8, 2014 SILVER CREEK — Of Amil Manzella’s 86 years of life, helping others was a big part. Manzella died Nov. 28, 2013, but his passion for donating blood lives on. more »»

Reed yields questions at Chamber luncheon

November 8, 2014 Elected officials and community members had the chance to have a fireside chat with one of the newly re-elected officials. The Chautauqua County Chamber hosted a meal with Congressman Tom Reed Friday. more »»

Famous Hanover Elm sign unveiled

November 8, 2014 HANOVER — For four centuries an elm tree grew in a heavily wooded area that eventually was revered as the most special elm tree in the state. more »»

Recognizing sacrifice

November 7, 2014 After a 151-year wait, a young, severely injured Union officer from Fredonia who refused to back down from defending his country has finally received a distinction that some historians say gives... more »»

MG/CL wins Class C title

November 7, 2014 ORCHARD PARK — The Maple Grove/Chautauqua Lake ThunderDragons defeated the Southwestern Trojans, 37-7, Friday at Ralph Wilson Stadium to claim the Section 6 Class C championship. more »»

Armed home invasion revolves around drugs

November 7, 2014 Illegal drugs is believed to have been the cause of the armed home invasion last week. more »»

Dunkirk Senior Center lunch site closed

November 7, 2014 The Chautauqua County Office of the Aging has closed its Dunkirk Senior Center lunch site as of the end of October. more »»

Incubator highlights capabilities at open house

November 7, 2014 It’s been a site that has hosted local groups, government meetings and union negotiations. more »»

Deliberations could begin Wednesday in Coggins trial

November 7, 2014 MAYVILLE — Jury deliberations in the murder trial of Davide Coggins could begin as early as Wednesday, according to Judge John T. Ward. The defense is expected to rest toda. more »»

Brush fires keep area firefighters busy

November 6, 2014 Leaves are not just a nuisance for raking, but can also be a fire hazard in the right conditions. Firefighters were called to two brush fires Tuesday. Around 2:40 p.m. more »»

Pomfret will decide fate of reval Wednesday

November 6, 2014 The decision on Pomfret’s townwide property revaluation — its first in 40 years — will officially come to a head on Wednesday, when a decision must be mad. more »»

Defense hampered by evidence issues

November 6, 2014 MAYVILLE — The first day at the helm for Davide Coggins’ defense team Wednesday was marred by questionable evidence and issues over relevance. more »»

Demolition of Tri-Parish Church underway

November 6, 2014 BROCTON —Wednesday morning, Jason Schumaker, a demolition worker, climbed up the bell tower of the Tri-Parish Church at 35 E. Main St. and rang the bell. more »»

President awards Medal of Honor to Fredonia war hero's family

November 6, 2014 After a 151-year wait, United States President Barack Obama has posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor to Fredonia Civil War hero First Lt. Alonzo H. more »»

President awards Medal of Honor to Fredonia war hero's family

November 6, 2014 After a 151-year wait, United States President Barack Obama has posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor to Fredonia Civil War hero First Lt. Alonzo H. more »»

Home invasion apparently revolves around illegal drugs

November 6, 2014 The Fredonia Police Department issued a press release this morning regarding the reported armed home invasion in the 200 block of Temple Street on Oct. 30 around 11 p.m. by three Hispanic males. more »»

Reed holds off Robertson challenge

November 5, 2014 Congressman Tom Reed, R-Corning, will represent the 23rd Congressional District for another two years. more »»

Piazza wins second Family Court

November 5, 2014 Jeffrey A. Piazza said he was humbled and overwhelmed Tuesday night after winning the race for Chautauqua County’s second Family Court judge. more »»

Boardwalk lease has opposition

November 5, 2014 A local pizza shop is not going anywhere, but not everybody agrees that it is the best thing for the city of Dunkirk and its Boardwalk Marke. more »»

Library funding comes under fire

November 5, 2014 It was brief, some three minutes long, as only one person spoke during a public hearing Tuesday on Mayor Anthony J. Dolce’s 2015 budget proposal for the city of Dunkirk. more »»

 
 

 

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