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Construction for veterans’ tribute underway

October 28, 2016 NORTH COLLINS — “Thank you for your service.” It’s so common where it has become a cliche. For some it could be said often enough where it goes ear-to-ear and a simple nod is the respons. more »»

Pay now or later: Council seeks plan for future budget

October 28, 2016 Residents and Common Council members alike may have been shocked to see the mayor’s proposed 2017 budget with no tax increase, but now officials are wondering if that is the best plan for the futur. more »»

War of words

October 28, 2016 The accusations escalated quickly Thursday between the two individuals vying to work as Chautauqua County’s chief law enforcement official. more »»

Third-party billing less lucrative in city

October 28, 2016 Several local municipalities have gone to third-party billing as a source of income for emergency calls. more »»

It’s your right

October 27, 2016 You see a police officer aggressively shoving and yelling at a protester on a sidewalk. more »»

Buffalo man, 22, charged in Collins shooting death

October 27, 2016 COLLINS — A Buffalo man has been arrested in the death of a Hamburg man shot and killed early Wednesday morning. According to the New York State Police, around 1 a.m. more »»

Mayville man facing sex abuse charges

October 27, 2016 A 46-year-old Mayville man was taken into custody Wednesday for alleged sexual misconduct with a minor. According to the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office, Charles C. more »»

County budget approved unanimously

October 27, 2016 MAYVILLE — County legislators supporting a 2017 spending plan say it's a responsible budget that takes into account the county's financial futur. more »»

Candidates disagree on uniform bail schedule

October 26, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the final article in a series on a debate held by The Post-Journal and the OBSERVER between Chautauqua County District Attorney candidates Patrick Swanson and Jason Schmidt. more »»

Fredonia Central talks plan to get the lead out

October 26, 2016 Fredonia Central School is one of five local schools to report finding levels of lead in the water supply that exceed those set by the state, joining Silver Creek Central, Forestville Central, North... more »»

Pine Valley, North Collins push area school total to five

October 26, 2016 Two more school districts have fallen victim to the lead problem sweeping the region — Pine Valley and North Collins. more »»

Dunkirk Police Dept. promotes neighborhood watch programs

October 26, 2016 Crime prevention isn’t just a police problem, it’s a community problem, according to Dunkirk Police Chief David Ortolano, who has made it a goal to engage the community. more »»

Behind the scenes

October 25, 2016 The Dunkirk-based film “Lighthouse Unmanned” is bringing more than just exposure to the area — it’s potentially bringing future film sets as well. more »»

Man accused of shooting pistol in city

October 25, 2016 A Dunkirk man has been arrested for allegedly shooting a handgun in the city. According to Dunkirk Police, on Sunday around 4:30 a.m. more »»

DA candidates talk ways to help addicts

October 25, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of four articles based on a debate held by The Post-Journal and The OBSERVER between Chautauqua County District Attorney candidates Patrick Swanson and... more »»

Better data coverage coming to Hanover area

October 25, 2016 HANOVER — Residents in the town of Hanover and Sheridan areas may find that they can no longer use “bad reception” as an excuse to hang up with their least-favorite family members and friends who... more »»

DA candidates turnfeisty, go after records

October 24, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the second of four articles on a debate held by The Post-Journal and The OBSERVER between Chautauqua County District Attorney candidates Patrick Swanson and Jason Schmid. more »»

Encouraging signs, city cash flow issues predicted

October 24, 2016 City of Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas’ budget included the assumption of receiving $1.8 million in transition aid from the state. Now, there have been signs his leap of faith was the right call. more »»

Forestville split as election looms

October 24, 2016 FORESTVILLE — It seems that a Forestville Village Board meeting can’t take place without raised voices, heated arguments and impassioned accusations. more »»

Former Stockton lodge history

October 24, 2016 STOCKTON — It’s almost like a kid having a treasure hunt. They dig and dig, but they never really expect to find anything in their back yard — until they do. more »»



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