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Attorney crosses line

September 20, 2015 Even when we do not agree with what elected officials say, we see a need for them to speak their mind at municipal meetings. more »»

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

September 19, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST FEEDING FREDONIA — Last year a group of concerned Fredonia residents decided to try to make a difference by holding a week-long food drive t... more »»

Keep developments on the radar

September 18, 2015 For decades, with both Democrats and Republicans in the White House, North Korea’s supremely brutal family dictatorship was able to get away with military blackmail. The U.S. more »»

Sidewalks: Perrysburg has options

September 17, 2015 For years, the village of Perrysburg plowed sidewalks. It was a nice benefit for residents who were paying that village tax. Eventually Perrysburg residents decided to dissolve the village. more »»

Fredonia: Election has a full slate

September 16, 2015 New faces — and some familiar — have stepped forward to run in November’s village of Fredonia elections. That, for all intents and purposes, is a good thing. more »»

Ban support filtering in

September 15, 2015 Erie County has begun a trend that is closely being followed by Chautauqua County and now Albany County. more »»

Primary brings early change

September 14, 2015 It is not often an election is won in September. But that appears to be the case in Dunkirk. On Thursday night, Councilman at-large Willie Rosas won the Democratic nomination in a primary vote. more »»

Cuomo is tipping left

September 13, 2015 Will the real Gov. Andrew Cuomo please stand up? After a first term as a fairly middle-of-the-road leader when he made business development a priority, his direction seems to be wavering to the lef. more »»

Some of the best, worst of the week

September 12, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST BUSY WEEKEND — Put your running shoes on if you hope to catch all the events this weekend. more »»

Remembering a dark day

September 11, 2015 Even before the full horror of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 had sunk in, even as thousands of families mourned for lost loved ones, we Americans were being urged to get back to “normal. more »»

‘Marmaduke’ creator will be missed

September 10, 2015 Aug. 30 now marks a sad day both locally and nationally. That is the date that “Marmaduke” creator Brad Anderson died at his home in Montgomery, Texas. He was 91 years old. more »»

Primary: One big race ... and others

September 9, 2015 An untraditional Thursday primary in the city has major ramifications on the November vote for mayor. Though whatever the outcome for the Democratic ticket, both incumbent Anthony . more »»

Campaign: Bigger picture with Trump

September 8, 2015 Love him or hate him, Donald Trump has brought an energy to the 2016 Presidential campaign. more »»

Labor Day: Taking pride in work ethic

September 7, 2015 More than 53,000 residents contribute to the workforce in Chautauqua County. About 34,000 are boosting the economy in Cattaraugus County. more »»

Still fueling discontent

September 6, 2015 Compared to last year, motorists are seeing savings when purchasing a gallon of gasoline. But it is not enough. Last week, U.S. Rep. more »»

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

September 5, 2015 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST RETURNED FOOTBALL — Dunkirk resident Phil Julian thought an autographed football by the 1991 Buffalo Bills team was gone for good after... more »»

Now not time to raise rates

September 4, 2015 Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fisher commented a few days ago that there is “a pretty strong case” for the Fed raising interest rates this month. more »»

Public schools: Master calendar needed

September 3, 2015 Wednesday was the first day of school for children going to Brocton, Cassadaga Valley, Dunkirk, Fredonia, Pine Valley and Ripley. more »»

Football: Cutting Jackson part of game

September 2, 2015 There is a petition drive online to keep Fred Jackson a Buffalo Bill. Frankly, considering that is a waste of time. A decision, for better or worse has been made. more »»

Taking care on the roads

September 1, 2015 Blame it on the late Labor Day for the confusion in education. Some area schools — such as Dunkirk and Fredonia — start on Wednesda. more »»

 
 

 

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