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‘True heroes’

The LoGuidice BOCES Center in Fredonia and Careers and Technical Education Principal Jose Pagan on Tuesday received a special donation from the 914 Air Refueling Wing Command Chief Scott Peters. The flag and accompanying shadowbox that was donated was flown over Iraq and Syria during ...

IDA OKs tax breaks for two Sheridan solar projects

The Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency has given its approval for two solar projects in the town of Sheridan and has begun looking into giving approval for another one in the town of Pomfret. SHERIDAN PROJECTS During the county IDA meeting Tuesday, board members voted 6 to 0 ...

County hits milestone with no new COVID cases reported

It took more than 10 months, but the Chautauqua County Health Department can finally announce they had no new cases of COVID-19. That day was Monday. The last time there were no new cases was on Aug. 14, 2020. “This is an encouraging indicator that vaccination is working to stop the spread ...

Fredonia board bickering hits new level

Fredonia Mayor Doug Essek criticized the village Board of Trustees over several recent moves at the group’s Monday workshop in Village Hall. First, he slammed the board’s decision to award a technology services contract to a Jamestown company, SymLink, instead of nearby DFT ...

UPDATE: County incumbents lose primaries, Dems choose Luczkowiak

In a vote with low turnout, two sitting Chautauqua County legislators have lost primary challenges. Susan Parker has won her primary election challenge of Christine Starks for the Chautauqua County Legislature’s seat representing District 4 by an 151-32 vote. Starks had been endorsed by ...

Docks are ready at Dunkirk Harbor

The docks are ready at Dunkirk Harbor, removing a source of irritation for city officials and boaters alike. Both of the docks at the launch ramps are now repaired and installed, city Department of Public Works Director Randy Woodbury confirmed. In addition, he said the contractors that are ...