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Schumer launches plan to combat heroin epidemic

April 7, 2014 Imagine a database that would allow law enforcement officials to crack down on heroin and other drugs more effectively. more »»

Benefit set for teacher, students

April 7, 2014 A beloved Fredonia Elementary School teacher has been diagnosed with cancer and has been out of school since the winter break. more »»

March for Meals marches on

April 7, 2014 Having a hot meal, a friendly smile and someone to check in on their well-being everyday can make a huge difference in a person’s life. more »»

City native among giants

April 6, 2014 Donato Tramuto, the CEO and Chairman of Physicians Interactive In. more »»

National Grid defends higher electric rates

April 6, 2014 Not only has this winter caused record-breaking temperatures, snowfall, and utter misery, it has also caused a very heavy burden on the electric bill. more »»

Few options for massive tax hike in Forestville

April 6, 2014 The 445 percent proposed increase in the tax rate for the village of Forestville has caught the attention of county and state officials, but it is still unclear if they can be of any help. more »»

Letter to those skipping Common Core tests prompts concern

April 6, 2014 SILVER CREEK — Common Core has become the giant elephant in the room, which schools across the county have mixed feelings about. more »»

‘Buy a Brick Campaign’ kicks off

April 6, 2014 GOWANDA — The Gowanda Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary is calling upon local residents and businesses to be a part of history. more »»

Former SUNY Fredonia student to join MTV reality show

April 5, 2014 When Harrison Bader, a former SUNY Fredonia student, came across an application for MTV’s “House of Food,” he applied on a whim. more »»

Ripley Central School moves toward $2 million construction

April 5, 2014 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School Board of Education voted at a special meeting to move ahead with a proposition to embark on a $2 million facilities reconstruction program. more »»

Gowanda hires outside attorney for harassment investigation

April 5, 2014 GOWANDA — To handle a harassment complaint involving a police officer and the mayor, the village of Gowanda has hired a separate attorney. more »»

TLC’s FEMA funding discussed in bankruptcy hearing

April 5, 2014 Two items in TLC Health Network’s recent bankruptcy hearing revolved around Federal Emergency Management Agency funding. According to U.S. Bankruptcy Court Chief Justice Carl L. more »»

CVCS raises $4,000 in Bald for Bucks campaign

April 5, 2014 More than 30 members of the Cassadaga Valley Central School community are sporting a new ’do. more »»

Dolce slams regional water plan

April 4, 2014 Calling the proposed Northern Chautauqua County Regional Water District “the creation of yet another layer of government,” Dunkirk Mayor Anthony J. more »»

Happy anniversary

April 4, 2014 BRANT — The community gathered at the Brant Post office March 25 to commemorate the Town of Brant’s founding 175 years ag. more »»

State aid helps some of Fredonia’s budget problems

April 4, 2014 A boost of about $350,000 in state aid may have just saved programs and staffing positions from the chopping block in the Fredonia Central School District, but only in the short-term. more »»

Westfield trustee alleges board meeting illegal

April 4, 2014 WESTFIELD — The Westfield Village Board apparently held an illegal meeting, according to one village trustee; another trustee said this is nothing new. more »»

County looks to cut recidivism

April 4, 2014 MAYVILLE — County organizations involved in the re-entry and reintegration of jail inmates gathered in Mayville on Thursday to discuss both areas of progress and difficulty in their efforts to reduc... more »»

Schumer wants FTC to look into inflated energy prices

April 3, 2014 Area residents concerned about their inflated energy bills this winter have an advocate in Washington. United States Sen. more »»

Fredonia slashes library, flowers

April 3, 2014 More deep cuts were on the agenda for the Fredonia budget workshop, with Dar-win R. Barker Library taking one of the deepest cuts. more »»



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