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Westfield man reinvents the wheelbarrow

September 1, 2014 WESTFIELD — You could say he is a jack-of-all-trades. Westfield resident Al Newman is an artist, inventor and author, having recently been granted his fourth patent. more »»

 
 
 
Family donates ramp for woman with debilitating disease

September 1, 2014 “They went above and beyond, and we thank God for everything they and everyone else has done for us. more »»

‘No Colon, Still Rollin’’ benefit at Dom Polski

September 1, 2014 A 29-year-old Brocton woman dreamed of living life to the fullest until the day her life took a tragic turn. more »»

Horrigan sees regional water, waterfront development as keys

September 1, 2014 This is the second of a three-part series concerning issues discussed by Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan, county Industrial Development Agency Director Mike Metzger and Christina P. more »»

Eagle University overwhelmingly successful

September 1, 2014 RIPLEY — The reviews have been posted and the verdict is in: Ripley Central School District’s Eagle University is a soaring success. The district’s new summer program finished its pilot run on Aug. more »»

Well-deserved honor

August 31, 2014 The date was July 3, 1863, and one young man’s death, historians say, played a major role in changing the tide of the Civil War’s pivotal Battle of Gettysburg in favor of the Union soldier. more »»

County seeking to follow WNY growth with state assistance

August 31, 2014 Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series concerning issues discussed by Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan, county Industrial Development Agency Director Mike Metzger and... more »»

School chief sees Westfield community improving

August 31, 2014 WESTFIELD — Although Westfield Academy and Central School district can boast of many bright stars — from talented teachers to national awards to innovative programs — the future of the district migh... more »»

Cassadaga celebrates Labor Day weekend

August 31, 2014 CASSADAGA — Cassadaga’s Labor Day parade fell in line with the 200th Anniversary of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” There were around 33 participants in what marks the second village-run Labor Day Parade. more »»

School bell to be dedicated to a special woman

August 31, 2014 FORESTVILLE — For 169 years the bell in Forestville has stood as a beacon of perseverance and hope, but as luck would have it the bell meant so much to a special woman who rescued it. more »»

Local car show donates to charity

August 30, 2014 Driving down Route 20 in the village of Fredonia just prior to Labor Day, motorists can see all makes and models of vehicles on display. more »»

Hanover ready to dredge

August 30, 2014 HANOVER — The permits are in, now a legal matter is all that needs to be resolved for the town of Hanover to begin dredging its boat launch channel in Cattaraugus Cree. more »»

Three County Cases awaiting Grand Jury action

August 30, 2014 Three major assault cases of 2014 are currently progressing through the court system, capturing the attention of residents across Chautauqua County and beyond in their wak. more »»

Police: remains are of a fetus

August 30, 2014 Possible human remains found in the town of Portland have been identified as a human fetus. The Erie County Medical Examiner confirmed the remains to be human during an examination early Friday. more »»

First responders train with tanker simulator

August 30, 2014 With many miles of railroad tracks and major connecting highways, Chautauqua County has various hazardous materials passing through on a daily basis. more »»

Human remains found in Portland

August 29, 2014 PORTLAND — Possible human remains have been found on the shoreline of Lake Erie in Lake Erie State Park, according to a news release from the New York State Police. more »»

No bail for suspects in violinist’s death

August 29, 2014 BUFFALO — Two homeless men implicated in the Aug. 20 shooting death of Westfield resident Mary E. Whitaker signed confessions two days later when they were apprehended in Erie, Pennsylvania. more »»

MUSIC ON THE PIER CLOSES SEASON

August 29, 2014 Area residents jammed out to rock ‘n’ roll tunes from the ‘60s and ‘70s Thursday evening during the city of Dunkirk’s final Music on the Pier concert of 2014. more »»

Lake front seawall project gearing up

August 29, 2014 The construction of a new seawall along Lake Front Boulevard in the city of Dunkirk is getting closer. more »»

Dredging going very well in Barcelona

August 29, 2014 WESTFIELD — The idea is to provide a safe harbor for sailboats and the overall well being of the Barcelona Harbor econom. more »»

Dunkirk school board makes personnel changes

August 29, 2014 A number of personnel changes ahead of the rapidly approaching school year were reviewed and accepted by the Dunkirk Board of Education during its recent morning meeting. more »»

 
 

Line Dance Lessons September 1, 2014

6 to 7 p.m., Dunkirk Memorial American Legion Post 62, 211 Central Ave. Beginner line dance lessons. This class is designed for people who have never line danced before. Instructors will walk dancers through the steps; in less than 5 minutes, everyone will be dancin. more »

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August 25, 2014 Toledo, Ohio, made world headlines earlier this month. The city’s water supply had been threatened for at least three days due to an algal bloom in Lake Eri. more »

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