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July 13, 2016 SHERIDAN — Chautauqua County suffered yet another blow Tuesday when all 54 employees at the Berry Plastics plant learned they will be permanently laid off over the next 90 days. more »»

Forestville OKs dissolution plan

July 13, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Though speed bumps may lie ahead, for now, Forestville is moving steadily toward dissolution. more »»

Indiana family’s vacation dreams go up in smoke

July 13, 2016 IRVING — A cross-country RV trip was cut short for one Indiana family Tuesday morning, when their 1977 motor home caught fire while they were traveling west on the New York State Thruway. more »»

First Niagara downtown branch to close in October

July 13, 2016 Not too surprisingly, the First Niagara Branch in Dunkirk will be closed in October. The building that sits at Fourth Street and Central Avenue is expected to be put up for sale. more »»


July 12, 2016 SHERIDAN - Berry Plastics' 54 employees in Sheridan received notice today that they will be permanently laid off over the next 90 days. more »»

Movement comes to town

July 12, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — As protests roil across the nation, and two young black men and five police officers lay dead in the aftermath of last week, Chautauqua Institution became a platform for part of the... more »»

Arkwright has new code officer

July 12, 2016 ARKWRIGHT — Arkwright residents, look out: There’s a new officer in town, and he means business. more »»

Men at work for play

July 12, 2016 Construction season is in full swing for the Dunkirk City School District as it juggles two large project. more »»

No more ‘free-floating’ at the Hanover Boat Launch

July 12, 2016 HANOVER — Whether your vessel has a motor “oar” not, if it floats and you want to dip in at the Hanover Boat Launch, it’s going to cost you. more »»

Easy as 1-2-3

July 11, 2016 W ith her third straight successful Olympic qualifier performance in her back pocket, Fredonia native and defending Olympic gold medalist Jenn Suhr can now look toward next month’s trip to Ri. more »»

Fredonia’s Italian Festival now has a date: Aug. 13

July 11, 2016 Concrete details for the village of Fredonia’s inaugural Italian Festival are beginning to take shape — starting with its date and time of Saturday, Aug. 13 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. more »»

Hundreds gather for the Harbor Cruise car show

July 11, 2016 Over a thousand people came from near and far to join the Dunkirk-Fredonia Lake Shore Street Rod Association at its 15th annual Harbor Cruise event at Point Gratiot on Sunday — which is not, as its... more »»

From sheep to science: A Westfield success story

July 11, 2016 WESTFIELD — Graduating high school can be a difficult time for many, including Alec Freyn, a Westfield Academy and Central School Class of 2012 graduate. more »»

Irving residents burned up over burned-out house

July 11, 2016 IRVING — Don’t expect a phoenix to rise from the ashes at 12783 Jackson St. in Irving, though there may be some pigeons living in the charred attic rafters. more »»

Cleanup effort adds life to Arkwright cemetery

July 10, 2016 ARKWRIGHT — Weaver Cemetery in Arkwright is, according to, “.. more »»

Past, present mesh at History Days

July 10, 2016 Fredonia History Days celebrated the village’s past and the many accomplishments Friday and Saturday. more »»

County seeks to step in on Hideaway lot

July 10, 2016 SILVER CREEK — The former Hideaway Bay restaurant, located at 42 Lake Ave., has sat empty for years, falling further into ruin. There are holes in the roof. The building has been vandalized. more »»


July 10, 2016 BROCTON — How far would a mother go to help her child? “As far as it takes,” would be the response of Erin Stewart, the mother of Brennen, a 7-year-old with progeria, an extremely rare genetic... more »»

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 »»



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