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HOORAY for Hollywood: Capital project forces musical to historic theater

GOWANDA – A unique and exciting opportunity for creative collaboration is being realized this month as Gowanda High School’s Thespian Society presents its annual musical at the recently restored Historic Hollywood Theater on Main Street. Due to the ongoing capital project on the ...

County holds meeting on White Inn

Chautauqua County officials are continuing efforts to get the historic White Inn in Fredonia sold. On Tuesday, there was a White Inn Community Stakeholders’ Roundtable Discussion a the Fredonia Technology Incubator. The meeting was closed to the press, but was attended by County Executive ...

Sheriff offers update on Portland finds

It’s been almost four months since the remains of two women were found in a wooded area near a popular hiking trail in the town of Portland. An analysis determined the identity of one of the two women as 50-year-old Marquita Mull, whose body was found Sept. 27 in some thick brush off ...

Fredonia thanks Scout for park work

Fredonia officials treated a Scout to a big round of applause this week for completing a trail project at Russell Joy Park. They also happily took more than $300 in unused donations for the project, which he offered to give to the village. Back in February 2020, Matthew Brown told the Fredonia ...

School eyeing efforts to assist with mental health

Fredonia High School Principal Darrin Paschke is working on some interesting items for students — asnd one area he wants to emphasize in the coming months is mental health care for those in the school. Because of that, Paschke has been working with school Business Administrator Margie ...

Legislation allows local boards to close meeting

The state is poised to continue allowing local governments to hold remote meetings with no in-person public access — a decision with which Assemblyman Andrew Goodell, R-Jamestown, disagrees vehemently. State Assembly members passed A.8591 earlier this week by a 101-43 vote. The ...