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Westfield man opens functional fitness gym

WESTFIELD — The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on constant changes in most people’s lives. For Tom Delcamp, it has led him to be a CrossFit certified trainer who is about to open his gym where he will train people in functional fitness. Delcamp’s new business will be called ...

Fear, reality of COVID motivate downstate

NEW YORK — There is no denying the major differences and political rifts between upstate and the Big Apple. It is little vs. big. Conservative values against progressive ideas. There also is an unspoken reality that bothers this region: if you're living downstate, you could care less about ...

Clifford E. “Cliff” Riddle

Clifford E. “Cliff” Riddle, 67, of Fredonia, N.Y., died unexpectedly Monday, Aug. 16, 2021, at home. He was born in Westfield on Nov. 17, 1953, to the late Melvin Riddle and Genevieve (Hull) Riddle Hoyer. A lifelong resident of Fredonia, Cliff was a graduate of Fredonia High School. ...

Cuomo defiant after probe says 11 women harassed

NEW YORK — An investigation found that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed nearly a dozen women in and out of state government and worked to retaliate against one of his accusers, New York’s attorney general announced Tuesday, hastening calls for the Democrat’s resignation or ...

Area reps send consistent message

Calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign suddenly grew much louder locally and statewide Tuesday after a monthslong investigation confirmed he sexually harassed women. State Sen. George Borrello, a frequent critic of the governor since taking office, said an investigation into the governor’s ...

Analysis: One mundane Monday in city, village

One night. Two meetings. In a tale of neighboring municipalities, which seem to struggle with cohesiveness at times, both the Dunkirk Common Council and Fredonia Village Board met on Monday evening 3 miles apart. City council members had a 54-page agenda. The village, which held a workshop, ...