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Reed supports probe of Planned Parenthood allegations

August 4, 2015 Emerging allegations over the harvesting and selling of fetal organs by Planned Parenthood for profit is sparking backlash among U.S. lawmakers. In light of the recent claims, U.S. Rep. more »»

NCCF to accept letters of interest for grants until Sept. 1

August 4, 2015 The Northern Chau-tauqua Community Founda-tion will accept “Letters of Interest” to its Community Benefit Grants program until Sept. 1 at 4 pm. more »»

Lake Shore Family Center open house set for Friday

August 4, 2015 IRVING — Lake Shore Family Center in Irving is proudly celebrating 25 years of service to the community with a series of events, including an Usborne Book Fair, “collections of 25” contest, a... more »»

City stove fire quickly doused

August 3, 2015 The Dunkirk Fire Department made quick work of a small stove fire at the Southern Tier Environments for Living Inc. apartments at 717 Central Ave. Sunday evening. Crews were on scene at around 7:30 p. more »»

Empire Specialty Cheese targeting late August, early September production

August 3, 2015 BLOCKVILLE — Production for Empire Specialty Cheese Co. is inching closer at its Blockville plant, pending final inspection by New York’s Dairy Services. more »»

Civic Calendar

August 3, 2015 All items on the calendar are subject to cancellations. Please call meeting organizers to confirm the meeting is still scheduled. more »»

Elderly woman escapes serious injury in Pomfret rollover accident

August 3, 2015 A 79-year-old Fredonia woman suffered non-life threatening injuries after her vehicle reportedly rolled over Saturday afternoon in the town of Pomfret. more »»

Jamestown CAP members receive high honors

August 3, 2015 JAMESTOWN — Be-decked in blue and standing tall, members of the Jamestown Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol received high awards for their accomplishments recently. more »»

City street work moves closer

August 3, 2015 The city of Dunkirk will award a bid for $289,660 in road reconstruction work to H. Olsen & Sons Construction Inc. of Forestville if Resolution 61-2015 is approved today in a 5:30 p.m. more »»

National Night Out Tuesday in city’s Washington Park

August 3, 2015 On Tuesday, the city of Dunkirk will join 30 million other citizens from more than 9,000 communities nationwide in celebrating National Night Out. more »»

Still plenty of summer left in Chautauqua County

August 2, 2015 By TODD TRANUM President and CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier Stop whatever you are doing and make a plan t... more »»

Alzheimer’s fundraising walk planned in Dunkirk

August 2, 2015 BUFFALO — Across Western New York, tens of thousands of your neighbors, friends and co-workers are loving, caring for, and worrying about someone with dementia. more »»

Westfield Exempt Volunteer Firemen’s Association celebrates 45th anniversary

August 2, 2015 By ALAN HOLBROOK Special to the OBSERVER WESTFIELD — The Westfield Exempt Volunteer Firemen’s Association was incorporated on January 12, 1970 and will celebrate their 45 anniversary during 201. more »»

4-H Youth exhibit poultry at the Chautauqua County Fair

August 2, 2015 Cornell Cooperative Extension Chautauqua County’s Poultry Program is excited to announce Showmanship result. more »»

Silver Creek hires contractor for inflow and infiltration project

August 2, 2015 By NICOLE GUGINO OBSERVER Assistant News Editor SILVER CREEK — As some of the village of Silver Creek’s projects come to an end, others are ramping up. more »»

A look into the 4-H B-a-a-arns

August 2, 2015 OBSERVER Photo by Jeremy Izzio A goat feasts on a bail of hay in the 4-H barns while giving passers-by a suspicious look during the Chautauqua County Fair. more »»

Forestville to hold Community Picnic Aug. 8

August 2, 2015 FORESTVILLE — The Forestville Fall Festival Committee is holding the second annual Community Picnic on Aug. 8. This was such a success last year, it was brought back by popular demand. more »»

Cracking up: National Comedy Center ground breaking celebrates success

August 2, 2015 By KATRINA FULLER Special to the OBSERVER Under the bright afternoon sun, community members, local officials, comedic geniuses and others gathered to celebrate the beginning of something truly... more »»

Four headliners for fifth week of Chautauqua Institution summer season

August 1, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — Consisting of the first full week of August, Chautauqua Institution is pleased to announce the program lineup for Week Six of its 2015 season. more »»



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