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Woman charged with murder in Jamestown stabbing

August 16, 2016 JAMESTOWN — A Jamestown woman was taken into custody Sunday after allegedly stabbing her half brother to death. According to Jamestown Police, Barbara J. more »»

New fire truck will ‘blaze’ into Silver Creek

August 16, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Wally Uhlendorff’s pup, Rosie the Fire Dog, will no longer be the newest addition to the Silver Creek Fire Department. She is losing that status to a flashy “new” truck. more »»

Fredonia's Suhr battling virus on eve of Olympic competition

August 15, 2016 Just one day before she competes, Fredonia's Jenn Suhr could be battling more than just the challengers in the pole vault competition at the Summer Olympics in Rio. more »»

Suspect, 18, charged in double stabbing on Cattaraugus reservation

August 15, 2016 BUFFALO — Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports this morning a suspect was located and charged in an incident that occurred Sunday around 4 a.m. on the Seneca Nation of Indians Reservation. more »»

Trailer fire in Westfield

August 15, 2016 WESTFIELD — According to a report, firefighters battled a trailer fire today on Finley Road in Westfield. more »»

Costly city car fire under investigation

August 15, 2016 A car fire which extensively damaged two city houses remains under investigation. more »»

Au revoir, reservoir

August 15, 2016 SILVER CREEK — The beavers and bald eagles that make their home at Silver Creek’s old upper reservoir in the town of Hanover may have to find new digs. more »»

A ‘lot’ to think about

August 15, 2016 WESTFIELD — West-field Village Board officials are looking for input from residents regarding the parking lot behind Main Street. more »»

Thompson sentencing Tuesday

August 15, 2016 On Tuesday, Andrew Thompson, chief operator of the wastewater treatment plant in Westfield, will be sentenced in a case brought against him regarding the dumping of raw sewage into Chautauqua Creek... more »»

Mark, Sue Stuczynski excited for daughter as she defends gold medal

August 14, 2016 In 2008, Mark and Sue Stuczynski traveled to Beijing to watch their daughter, now-Jenn Suhr, compete in the Olympics in pole vaulting. Suhr took silver. more »»

Fire damages two city homes

August 14, 2016 Two homes on West Third Street in Dunkirk were extensively damaged by a fire late Saturday. Shortly after 11 p.m. more »»

Fredonia celebrates Italian culture

August 14, 2016 Fredonia’s inaugural Italian Festival at Barker Common was a hit on Saturday as it gathered many from the surrounding areas, despite other festivals and events in Western New York. more »»

Water tower to be replaced after 100 years

August 14, 2016 For a century, the water tower on Lake Shore Drive West has done its job for the city of Dunkirk’s water filtration plant, but the end of its usefulness is nearing. more »»

Group helps clean Cassadaga Lake

August 14, 2016 CASSADAGA — There’s something different about Cassadaga Lake this year. Near the beach in particular there’s a bluer hue that children and adults alike are splashing around in. more »»

Animal outcry

August 13, 2016 Fulfilling the one-year animal control contract in the span of a month may not have been ideal, but it also means the service was needed, according to one city of Dunkirk councilman. more »»

Arkwright resolves critter issues, if unhappily

August 13, 2016 The Arkwright Town Board, unhappy about the fact that Dunkirk Animal Control Officer Steve Purol gets to release trapped Dunkirk animals onto his family farm in Arkwright, is now, after some... more »»

DEC gives advice to ‘REPEL’ nuisance animals

August 13, 2016 The city of Dunkirk’s animal control officer’s duties have caused a stir with some, but whether you can call on an animal control officer or not, the state Department of Environmental Conservation... more »»

Lakeshore Humane Society prepares for its biggest fundraiser

August 13, 2016 Every summer, a crew of Lakeshore Humane Society volunteers collects, organizes, prices, and sells a plethora of gently used items at their Giant Yard Sale — but according to chairperson Nancy... more »»

Architect for new city hospital chosen

August 12, 2016 Clark Patterson Lee has been selected as the architect to construct a new Brooks Memorial Hospital and provide direction for capital renovations at TLC Health Network as well. more »»

Viva Italia

August 12, 2016 What are you up to this weekend? It’s going to be another hot one. more »»



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