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Gowanda siblings embark on hike

July 9, 2016 GOWANDA — A brother and sister are in the midst of a 2,200-mile, six-month journey that is taking them across the Appalachian Trai. more »»

Westfield rallies behind operator

July 9, 2016 WESTFIELD — Residents in Westfield spoke up during the public forum portion of a recent meeting in support of Westside Pump Station Facility Operator Andrew Thompson, who pleaded guilty to illegally... more »»

ROUTE 5 CRASH: No injuries in mishap

July 9, 2016 No injuries were reported in an accident on Route 5 at Temple Road around 11:30 a.m. Frida. more »»

Red, white and blue make green for Dunkirk’s waterfront businesses

July 9, 2016 Dunkirk’s air show, fireworks, food vendors, live music and more brought thousands of visitors to the city’s waterfront over July Fourth weekend, and lucky for local businesses, those visitors... more »»

Salute to veterans kicks off Ripley Bicentennial

July 9, 2016 RIPLEY — The weekend Bicentennial Celebration in Ripley kicked off Friday with the unveiling of three plaques honoring Ripley veterans who received special commendations and awards for their servic. more »»


July 8, 2016 The Fredonia trolley is ready to grace the village with its nostalgic beauty once again. more »»

Vehicle to have History Days presence

July 8, 2016 The historic Village of Fredonia Trolley makes its return Saturday during Fredonia History Days. more »»

Cuomo county stop is on hold

July 8, 2016 JAMESTOWN — Will Gov. more »»

New Dunkirk superintendent ready to serve

July 8, 2016 The Dunkirk City School District’s new leader is looking forward to putting his 40 years of scholastic experience to work for his new place of employment. D. more »»

Hitting the street

July 7, 2016 Extra, extra, hear all about it — for a good caus. more »»

Buyer dispels rumors

July 7, 2016 The rumors surrounding the sale of several parcels of property are just that, according to the head of the United Secular American Center for the Disabled. more »»

Fredonians ‘on the fence’ about grant proposal

July 7, 2016 Opinions at the Fredonia Village Board workshop Wednesday were divided by a — at this point — hypothetical fence for Barker Common included in the conceptual plans being submitted as part of a New... more »»

Meth lab found in Charlotte

July 7, 2016 CHARLOTTE — A Sinclairville resident was arrested on allegations of operating a meth lab. more »»

Bringing home the big bucks: Forbes talks economy

July 7, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, didn’t pull any punches at Chautauqua Institution Wednesday mornin. more »»

Unwelcome addition?

July 6, 2016 A fence surrounding Barker Common’s perimeters may look pretty, but the plan has incited quite the backlash in the Fredonia community. more »»

Buyer is big topic in city

July 6, 2016 Rumors are flying and the public’s concern over the intentions of an investor from New York City that has purchased at least six properties on Central Avenue is real. more »»

Officials say air show drew 30,000

July 6, 2016 “Spectacular,” “fantastic” and “exceeded expectations” were words used to describe the city of Dunkirk’s first air show in 45 years. more »»

County legislators considering extending terms to four years

July 6, 2016 Terms for county legislators may be extended to four years if a local law generates enough support from the County Legislature and voters. Legislators are set to take up three local laws this mont. more »»



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