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Veterans Scholarship Fund created through JCC?Foundation

December 25, 2013 JAMESTOWN — A Veterans Scholarship Fund has been established through the Jamestown Community College Foundation to ease the financial burden of attaining a college degree for veterans, those... more »»

Ninety minutes of noise on Dunkirk railroad

December 25, 2013 Ring-a-ling. Hear them ring. For 90 minutes straight. more »»

14-year-old male points loaded shotgun at adult

December 25, 2013 ASHVILLE — A 14-year-old male was arrested after an incident with a shotgun at 1067 Blockville-Watts Flats Road in Ashville on Monday. more »»

Share in spirit of season

December 24, 2013 And soon comes Christmas. Some people are still trying to get ready. Others have been at it quite a while, which is the best way. more »»

FREDONIA: Lack of deal about control

December 23, 2013 It is official: the Fredonia Village Board also plays the role of Scrooge during the holidays. more »»

SCHOOLS Sports teams on losing end

December 22, 2013 Numbers are always of significance for area schools. Whether it be test scores, enrollment figures or the rising annual budgets, the numbers do not lie. more »»

Highs and lows: Some of the best, worst of the week

December 21, 2013 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST GIVING SPIRIT — We applaud residents and community members who have been giving generously to those in need this holiday season. more »»

Salvation Army: Bells jingle for a worthy cause

December 20, 2013 It is a lofty goal for a giving institution. According to a recent news report on WDOE, the Salvation Army is aiming to raise $43,000 for its Christmas campaig. more »»

HOLIDAYS: Plenty of gifts to help others

December 19, 2013 Christmas is just six days away. No doubt many area residents wish they had more time to prepare. There is so much to do, after all. more »»

HOSPITAL: Leadership still in hiding

December 18, 2013 It’s time for the hospital to go on an image campaign. On Monday, the Lake Erie Regional Health System of New York announced its Lake Shore Health Care Center had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptc. more »»

Property tax freeze comes with strings

December 17, 2013 As we noted on Sunday, those who continue to work together will reap rewards through New York state when it comes to funding. That also was the message sent by state Gov. more »»

NRG deal: Area’s voice heard in Albany

December 16, 2013 When it came to converting the NRG Energy Inc. plant in Dunkirk, it came down to one thing: the power of the people. Elected officials, including state Sen. more »»

Regionalism brings reward

December 15, 2013 Before getting too carried away with the more than $1 million in funding awarded for area initiatives from the Western New York Regional Economic Development Council, there needs to be a little... more »»

Highs and lows: Some of the best, worst of the week

December 14, 2013 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST STANDING FIRM — Last weekend was a busy weekend. more »»

Plowing: Giving credit on rough day

December 13, 2013 Many motorists were quick to criticize the municipal snowplow operators for the problems on local roads. But those behind that squeaky wheel need to give it a brake. more »»

Cassadaga: Let district handle building

December 12, 2013 Cassadaga Mayor LeeAnn Lazarony has made the former Cassadaga Elementary School a priority for her and the village. more »»

Common core: Is there another option?

December 11, 2013 There’s plenty of criticism regarding the Common Core, a new set of standards being touted by the state Education Department and its leaders. more »»

Finding a way to achieve

December 10, 2013 Nelson Mandela is gone, and with him goes the steadying influence he brought to governments across Afric. more »»

Forestville: Fantasy idea amid positives

December 9, 2013 It sounds like a nice idea, but it is an unrealistic dilemm. more »»

TOWN?OF?RIPLEY Big spenders overlook cap

December 8, 2013 Has the state tax cap been a success? Not if you are a resident in the town of Ripley. Last month officials approved a 3.9 percent tax increase to serve the 2,400 resident. more »»

 
 

 

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