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state Tightening up the tax cap

July 20, 2016 It just got a bit more uncomfortable for local municipalities. Earlier this week, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli reported the property tax levy growth for local governments will be capped at 0. more »»

Spirit shows in 20th event

July 19, 2016 Something was missing on Saturday from the 20th annual Laurel Run in Silver Creek — the grand marshal herself. more »»

FREDONIA Just one more misstep

July 18, 2016 You may have applauded the beginning of Mayor Athanasia Landis’ recent commentary on why a fence proposal makes sense regarding development in Fredonia. more »»

Uncertainty for downtown

July 17, 2016 Waterfront development is critical to the city of Dunkirk, which is one of the strengths of city leadership in recent years. more »»

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

July 16, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST TROTTING FOR FUNDS — The second annual Marauder Trotter 5k Run/Walk and Kids’ Warrior Challenge was a huge succes. more »»

There’s two sets of rules

July 15, 2016 Secrecy over technology is unacceptable when the prosecutors need evidence, government lawyers argued in the Apple cellphone situation a few months ago. more »»

CONAGRA: Ripples still being felt

July 14, 2016 When ConAgra announced it was leaving the area in 2014, many people shuddered about the impact it would hav. more »»

A charm for 3rd time

July 13, 2016 Rio’s version of the Summer Olympics is a hat trick for a Fredonia native. For the third year, Jennifer Suhr has qualified to represent the United States in women’s pole vaulting in the Olympics. more »»

Great site needs events

July 12, 2016 Point Gratiot in Dunkirk is a jewel. Everyone here knows it, even though the park is underutilized. more »»

PARKING FINES: Little return for bad message

July 11, 2016 Last month, Dunkirk Common Council centered a discussion around an animal control officer who hands out parking tickets. The revenue for one year of this? About $44,000. more »»

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

July 9, 2016 BEST CULVERT REPLACEMENT — Drivers who travel on Route 60 between Fredonia and Cassadaga are going to be inconvenienced for the next eight weeks, but that’s OK. more »»

Partners set for new step

July 9, 2016 Compared to other local districts, Chautauqua Lake and Ripley schools are miles ahead of just about all the others in making an effort to be more efficien. more »»

Longtime allies need support

July 8, 2016 The United Kingdom’s people and government are among the oldest, warmest, staunchest friends we Americans have. Surely U.K. more »»

MARMADUKE: Statue is a worthy symbol

July 7, 2016 While many people were watching the first air show in Dunkirk on Saturday, there was a large contingent of people that gathered in Brocton to honor one of the community’s most famous residents. more »»

Buzz returns to downtown

July 6, 2016 When thousands gather in downtown Dunkirk like they did over the holiday weekend there is an unmistakable energy. more »»

State offers counties help

July 5, 2016 After more than 50 years, New York state has finally realized it made a mistake in how the state complies with the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1963 decision in Gideon v. Wainwright. more »»

FOURTH OF JULY: When American spirit began

July 4, 2016 Two hundred and forty years ago today, a group of Americans already branded as revolutionaries by their king made a final break with Great Britain and signed the Declaration of Independence. more »»

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

July 2, 2016 Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST SQUADRON LEADER — Capt. more »»

The two sides to demonstration

July 1, 2016 Proponents of new limits on gun ownership must be furious with Democrats in the House of Representatives for the purely political “sit-in” demonstration they staged over gun control. more »»

SPARKLERS: State should have set law

June 30, 2016 If you live in Cattaraugus or Chautauqua County and are at least 18 years of age, go ahead and buy a sparkler to use this Independence Day. But if you live in Erie County, hold on now. more »»

 
 

 

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