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Murray Hose Co. 4 members vote to disband

At a recent July 12 meeting, officers and members of the Murray Hose Co. 4 decided to pass a resolution to disband the fire company. This was a difficult decision, with over 20 members present the idea was thought out but with no active volunteers it was the only solution. After more than ...

City schools realignment nearly ready

The realignment of buildings in the Dunkirk City School District is about 95% complete, according to a report by Superintendent Mike Mansfield on efforts to prepare for the upcoming school year. School 4 on Central Avenue, which is set to be converted into a center for various ...

More cases filed against Boy Scouts Council

What had been a dribble of Child Victims Act lawsuit filings in Chautauqua County has turned into a steady trickle. Two more child sexual abuse cases have been filed in state Supreme Court in Mayville. On Wednesday, a plaintiff filed a case against the Allegheny Highlands Council Boy ...

IDA OKs one solar project tax break, hears about another

More solar projects are coming to Chautauqua County. This week, the county Industrial Development Agency has given its approval for tax breaks for a solar project in the town of Pomfret, while it has started looking into another solar project in the town of Sheridan. POMFRET SOLAR ...

Library concert series trumpets another act

BROCTON — This evening, the Ahira Memorial Library’s Concert in Park series will have their second performance of the summer at Ryckman Park. This time, it will be Chautauqua Brass taking the stage starting at 6:30 p.m. While this year there are three concerts in the series, in a normal ...

A Dazzling Display

Kirk and Sharon Frey of Kirk’s Jewelers are currently featuring new pieces in their collection, but with a special local connection. Dunkirk native and Buffalo resident Natisha Mosier will have some of her pieces featured in the store available for sale. “It’s nice to see and highlight ...