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Bard Road section opened to public

October 22, 2014 ARKWRIGHT — For decades, a section of Bard Road had been giving people hassles. Now, after three months of work, it is fixed and open to the public. more »»

Collins Town Board discusses possible budget decrease

October 22, 2014 COLLINS — Residents of the town of Collins may see a tax decrease next year. The Collins Town Board recently met and discussed reducing its annual budget at the meeting. more »»

Collins campaign receives backing of small business

October 22, 2014 NEW YORK — The National Federation of Independent Business has announced its support for the re-election of Chris Collins in New York’s 27th district. more »»

Reed announces grants to help those on long-term unemployment

October 22, 2014 Recently the U.S. Department of Labor announced $169,771,960 in grants to expedite the employment of Americans struggling with long-term unemployment. more »»

Seneca Nation observing National Disability Awareness Month

October 21, 2014 IRVING — Seneca Nation of Indians Employment & Training Department has announced its participation in National Disability Employment Awareness Month, an annual awareness campaign that takes place... more »»

Cuomo announces $10 million grant to support emergency services dispatching

October 21, 2014 Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced a total of $10 million in grants have been awarded across New York state, including more than $360,000 locally, to support emergency response operations. more »»

New documents detail Tom Reed’s alleged violation of House ethics rules

October 21, 2014 Martha Robertson’s campaign Monday submitted new documentation to the House Committee on Ethics that appear to prove Congressman Thomas Reed violated House ethics rules. more »»

Parade route and trick or treat hours change

October 21, 2014 BROCTON — Brocton will be trying something new this Halloween as costumed youth head out in search of candy. more »»

Operation Safe Stop focuses on school bus safety

October 21, 2014 ANGOLA — National School Bus Safety week is the third week of October each year. more »»

Young calls for travel ban as part of response to Ebola

October 21, 2014 Senator Catharine Young (R,I,C-Olean) is calling on President Obama to enact an immediate travel ban on passengers flying from West Africa to the United States to contain the spread of Ebol. more »»

Families to make holiday cards for soldiers Wednesday

October 21, 2014 JAMESTOWN — Pren-dergast Library will offer an opportunity to make holiday cards for men and women serving in the Armed Forces at 7 p.m. Wednesday. more »»

Staff member praised for work

October 21, 2014 During a recent meeting, Fredonia School Board President Michael Bobseine commended School District Clerk Wendy Heslink for becoming the vice president and membership chairperson for the current... more »»

Jackson Center to host continuing education seminar

October 20, 2014 JAMESTOWN — The Robert H. Jackson Center will host a free continuing education seminar titled, “Tinkering with the Law” on Oct. 28. Doors will open for attendees at 8 a.m. Randall J. more »»

Driver uninjured after car slams into bridge

October 20, 2014 SHERIDAN — A 23-year-old driver miraculously escaped injury after his vehicle reportedly slammed into a bridge abutment Saturday night on Creek Road in the town of Sherida. more »»

Community Calendar

October 20, 2014 All items on the calendar are subject to cancellations. Please call meeting organizers to confirm the meeting is still scheduled. more »»

Extended hours for absentee voting announced

October 20, 2014 MAYVILLE — The Chau-tauqua County Board of Elections will open extended hours this week and next to accommodate absentee voters for the Nov. more »»

Stockton board discusses state audit

October 20, 2014 STOCKTON — A New York State Comptroller audit has shaken up Stockton Town Board officials. The topic took center stage at a recent town board meeting. more »»

Military history display, talk Tuesday

October 20, 2014 Bruce Swanson displays a World War II poster he has provided to Prendergast Library for a military display in conjunction with Stanley Weintraub’s talk “Escape Into Christmas: Korea 1950” at 7 p.m. more »»



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