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Animal outcry

August 13, 2016 Fulfilling the one-year animal control contract in the span of a month may not have been ideal, but it also means the service was needed, according to one city of Dunkirk councilman. more »»

Arkwright resolves critter issues, if unhappily

August 13, 2016 The Arkwright Town Board, unhappy about the fact that Dunkirk Animal Control Officer Steve Purol gets to release trapped Dunkirk animals onto his family farm in Arkwright, is now, after some... more »»

DEC gives advice to ‘REPEL’ nuisance animals

August 13, 2016 The city of Dunkirk’s animal control officer’s duties have caused a stir with some, but whether you can call on an animal control officer or not, the state Department of Environmental Conservation... more »»

Lakeshore Humane Society prepares for its biggest fundraiser

August 13, 2016 Every summer, a crew of Lakeshore Humane Society volunteers collects, organizes, prices, and sells a plethora of gently used items at their Giant Yard Sale — but according to chairperson Nancy... more »»

Architect for new city hospital chosen

August 12, 2016 Clark Patterson Lee has been selected as the architect to construct a new Brooks Memorial Hospital and provide direction for capital renovations at TLC Health Network as well. more »»

Viva Italia

August 12, 2016 What are you up to this weekend? It’s going to be another hot one. more »»

Athenex cuts clear path to Dunkirk

August 12, 2016 In an area struggling for economic recovery, any news hinting at a better financial future is welcome. It sparks hope. more »»

Dunkirk Schools solidify tax rates

August 12, 2016 The portion of the town of Sheridan in the Dunkirk City School District must now take a bigger slice of the taxing pie due to a slump in its equalization rate. more »»

7 fire companies rescue Arkwright home

August 11, 2016 ARKWRIGHT — More than half a dozen fire companies responded to a working house fire in the Sheridan Fire District Wednesday evening. more »»

New truck necessity, no matter the driver

August 11, 2016 FORESTVILLE — After a recent Forestville Village Board meeting, residents shared concerns with the OBSERVER about whether a brand-new Chevy truck from Basil Chevrolet — with a price tag of $38,91. more »»

Wine and history tours comprise trolley schedule

August 11, 2016 All aboard for fun! The freshly restored, historic Fredonia village trolley has finalized its tours schedule for the remainder of the summer, and it’s sure to please history buffs and wine... more »»

Rain comes at last, but brings flooding

August 11, 2016 JAMESTOWN — Some much-needed rain hit the area Wednesday evening, but heavy downpours resulted in flooded streets and two cars being swept away. more »»

VIPs take to the water to promote Lake Erie fishing

August 11, 2016 About 25 boats pulled out of Dunkirk Holiday Harbor at the crack of dawn Wednesday. The goal was to catch some fish. But the bigger goal was to promote fishing on Lake Erie. more »»

Forestville officials lead by example?

August 10, 2016 FORESTVILLE — The “Privilege of the Floor for the Public” was back on the agenda at Tuesday’s village board meeting in Forestville, much to the satisfaction of the resident. more »»

Horrigan will sign term limit, salary laws

August 10, 2016 MAYVILLE — Voters will have the opportunity once again to decide whether term limits for county legislators should increase to four years during this year’s election. more »»

Demolition to begin at Lucas Avenue AlTech steel plant

August 10, 2016 For almost 100 years the Lucas Avenue AlTech Specialty Steel plant forged and finished stainless steel rods and wires. more »»

Regulation on political signs to be amended

August 10, 2016 The city code is the rule of law in Dunkirk, but a decision from higher up has rendered a part of that code unconstitutional, according to City Attorney Andrew Brautigam. more »»

Firefighters tackle two field blazes

August 10, 2016 Roughly four acres of a grape field burned in a brush fire Tuesday afternoon near Brocton, while a minor brush fire scorched a portion of land around the same time in Pomfre. more »»

Three rescued from flash floods in Jamestown

August 10, 2016 JAMESTOWN — First responders were called to West Eighth Street near the Monroe Street intersection in Jamestown today for a report of a car being swept away by water from flash floods. more »»

Triple jeopardy

August 9, 2016 Average milk prices throughout the U.S have hit a seven-year low, a byproduct of excess supplies and no strong worldwide market demand. more »»

 
 

 

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