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Sinclairville teen airlifted after being struck by vehicle

July 4, 2016 GERRY — A 17-year-old Sinclairville resident was flown by Starflight to UPMC Hamot after being struck by a vehicle while attempting to cross Route 60 Sunday morning. more »»

Former Chautauqua resident remembered for experimental test pilot career

July 4, 2016 In the early 1980s, a revolutionary and highly secretive aircraft known as Tacit Blue took its first-ever test flights over the Nevada landscape. more »»

Bike and Build group makes pit stop in Westfield

July 4, 2016 WESTFIELD — While many college-aged people are spending their summer days lounging by the pool, hanging out with friends or going to amusement parks, a group of 31 twenty-somethings are biking acros... more »»

Marmaduke and his creator are home

July 3, 2016 BROCTON — Saturday in the heart of the town, right outside of the Town of Portland Town Hall, a statue was unveiled of the Brocton native Brad Anderson. more »»

Farms trying to keep Chautauqua Lake, watershed healthy

July 3, 2016 The unwanted sediment and nutrients that enter Chautauqua Lake and create water quality problems originate from various sources: stormwater runoff, streambank erosion and faulty septics systems. more »»

Another piece of Central Ave sold

July 3, 2016 A sold sticker now adorns the window at the corner of Central Avenue and Fourth Street. The historic building at 400-402 Central Ave. more »»

Man ejected in rollover

July 2, 2016 NORTH HARMONY — A Brocton man was hospitalized Friday after losing control of a heavy crane truck and striking a utility pole in North Harmony. more »»

HIGH FIVE: Scenes from Dunkirk air show

July 2, 2016 Aerial photo above by Al Liedke Other photos by Ron Szot Crowds lined up along Lake Front Boulevard and elsewhere to see the first air show in Dunkirk in more than 40 years. more »»

First air show in 45 years guarantees fun

July 2, 2016 The Dunkirk Lake Shore Air Show has been planned with fun and excitement in mind. From parking to transportation and a full weekend of entertainment — Dunkirk Festivals has it se. more »»

A dog’s day

July 2, 2016 BROCTON — The Brad Anderson Recognition Committee is gearing up for today’s dedication ceremony to begin at 2 p.m. more »»

Dog officer to trap animals, drop parking tickets

July 2, 2016 The animal control officer should be taking care of animals, not parking tickets, according to a majority of the Dunkirk Common Counci. more »»

SCHOOLED IN FLIGHT: Horvath takes off

July 1, 2016 State University of New York at Fredonia President Virginia Horvath got a front-row seat to the upcoming Dunkirk Lake Shore Air Show — quite literall. more »»

Man pleads guilty in Dunkirk’s biggest drug bust

July 1, 2016 BUFFALO — U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul Jr. announced Thursday that Angel Pierluissi pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute, and to distribute, cocaine, before U.S. more »»

The hills are alive ... with rodents and overgrowth

July 1, 2016 As if confronting a neighbor about their unsightly lawn wasn’t nerve-wracking enough, imagine finally getting up the courage to finally knock on their door to talk to them about it when you find out... more »»

Local access plea channels dispute with village board

July 1, 2016 Fredonia’s local access television channel could go dark at any time due to antiquated equipment. more »»

Chautauqua Lake, Ripley boards move to centralize administration

July 1, 2016 MAYVILLE — Though miles may divide them, Chautauqua Lake and Ripley Central Schools are closer than their distance implies. more »»

Swimmer reported missing found safe

June 30, 2016 SILVER CREEK — First responders received reports Wednesday shortly after 6 p.m. that a swimmer off the beach near Lake Avenue in Silver Creek was in distress. more »»

New or used? Pomfret torn on truck purchase

June 30, 2016 After passing a 35 percent outside-the-village tax increase for the current fiscal year, town of Pomfret officials are wondering if they can scrape by another winter unscathed before purchasing... more »»

Gas line discovery delays bridge demo in Hanover

June 30, 2016 HANOVER — Hanover Department of Public Works Supervisor Steve D’Angelo has learned many things over the years, but even a rookie could have gotten this one right: If you find a mysterious gas line a... more »»

Lack of rain hurts area crops

June 30, 2016 Ah, summer ... the ultimate time of year to venture to downtown Fredonia to visit the Fredonia Farmer’s Market to check out what the local crops have been yielding. more »»

 
 

 

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