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NATIONAL NIGHT OUT: More need to participate

August 4, 2016 Hundreds of citizens and police met in Washington Park Tuesday night. But there was no tension. In fact, it was the opposite. Dunkirk Police hosted its 23rd National Night Ou. more »»

FORESTVILLE: Still waiting on report

August 3, 2016 Hanover town attorney Jeff Passafaro asked a common question regarding Forestville at a recent meeting. more »»

Time seems to be flying

August 2, 2016 August already? Make no mistake, summers seem to fly by in Western New York. more »»

County: A proper ‘no’ for effort

August 1, 2016 Call it a case of what goes around, comes around for the village of Fredoni. more »»

Nervous wait for funding

July 31, 2016 It will be a while until city and state leaders know what will happen with the currently powerless NRG Energy Inc. plant along Dunkirk’s waterfront. more »»

Highs and lows Some of the best, worst of the week

July 30, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST ¯ DUNKIRK AS HOST — It is never easy hosting a state Little League tournament, but Dunkirk does it right. more »»

More attacks, little response

July 29, 2016 Two Islamic State terrorists invaded a church in France during morning Mass this week. Before they were shot down by police, they forced the 86-year-old priest to his knees and slit his throat. more »»

County Fair: Worth a visit

July 28, 2016 If you’ve been to the Chautauqua County Fair, you know what a jewel it is. If it’s been a few years, or if you’ve never visited, it’s worth stopping i. more »»

Longer terms, an easier job

July 27, 2016 After tonight, it will likely be up to you. Chautauqua County Legislators are ready to pass a new law that will allow each of the 19 to extend their terms from two years to four. more »»

HANOVER: No big splash for cash

July 26, 2016 Money will not pour in, but it is a good compromise. Earlier this month, the town of Hanover agreed to charge a fee to all boaters, including kayakers, who use the boat launch. more »»

Dunkirk: More pain is on the way

July 25, 2016 It is only just the beginning. That is the sense residents of Dunkirk must be getting after a recent discussion regarding nearly $100,000 of losses in the city’s water fund in 2015. more »»

Hospitals take team approach

July 24, 2016 What a difference one year make. more »»

Highs and lows Some of the best, worst of the week

July 23, 2016 BEST BOCES NEW HOME — For three years, the Cassadaga Elementary School has sat vacant. But that won’t be the case come this fall. more »»

Military shift may be needed

July 22, 2016 The Islamic State is the politically incorrect terrorist organization of the year. more »»

Lane reduction may be in order

July 21, 2016 A decade ago, driving in downtown Fredonia was an accident waiting to happen. Route 20 was four lanes wide — two in each directio. more »»

state Tightening up the tax cap

July 20, 2016 It just got a bit more uncomfortable for local municipalities. Earlier this week, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli reported the property tax levy growth for local governments will be capped at 0. more »»

Spirit shows in 20th event

July 19, 2016 Something was missing on Saturday from the 20th annual Laurel Run in Silver Creek — the grand marshal herself. more »»

FREDONIA Just one more misstep

July 18, 2016 You may have applauded the beginning of Mayor Athanasia Landis’ recent commentary on why a fence proposal makes sense regarding development in Fredonia. more »»

Uncertainty for downtown

July 17, 2016 Waterfront development is critical to the city of Dunkirk, which is one of the strengths of city leadership in recent years. more »»

Highs and lows Some of the best, worst of the week

July 16, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST TROTTING FOR FUNDS — The second annual Marauder Trotter 5k Run/Walk and Kids’ Warrior Challenge was a huge succes. more »»



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