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Sales tax legislation to go before New York Legislature despite no governor signature

September 16, 2015 MAYVILLE — Legisla-tion granting Chautauqua County officials the ability to implement an 8 percent sales tax still awaits Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature. more »»

Trash talking proves costly

September 16, 2015 GOWANDA — Forget Twitter, Facebook, email and even text messages. Travis C. Bertino, 26, of North Collins allegedly prefers to harass ladies using old-school tactics. more »»

Dredging funding approved by council

September 16, 2015 The city of Dunkirk harbor will get some dredging done, but it will depend on the weather. more »»

NY denies regional water grant due to stagnant progress

September 16, 2015 New York state has denied an $800,000 consolidated funding application for the proposed Northern Chautauqua County Regional Water District, citing sluggish progress in forming the district. more »»

Algal blooms pose issues on Findley Lake

September 16, 2015 The look of spilled green paint on Chautauqua and Findley lakes can be obvious at times, but the extent to which blue-green algal blooms plague the water bodies differs. more »»


September 15, 2015 The manufacturing sector has been a focus of area Congressman Tom Reed and on Monday he visited the BOCES LoGuidice Educational Campus in Fredonia to observe early results in a new program designed... more »»

Controversial cell tower a go in Hanover

September 15, 2015 HANOVER — All the information was considered, the application for a controversial cell tower was deliberated and the Hanover Town Board finally came to a conclusion. more »»

Village board backs second Feeding Fredonia Challenge

September 15, 2015 A successful, week-long food drive in the village of Fredonia last year is making a reappearance this year. more »»

Organization to host benefit in city Saturday

September 15, 2015 Imagine sending your perfectly healthy child off to college to start the next chapter of her life; pride wells up inside of you and excitement for her new adventure puts a smile on your face. more »»

And the Seneca Fall Festival beat goes on

September 15, 2015 IRVING — Drizzling rain was ignored Saturday by spectators, float drivers, riders and marchers alike at the Seneca Nation of Indians annual Fall Festival parade. more »»

Local law banning microbeads to be discussed

September 14, 2015 A local law coming before a committee of the Chautauqua County Legislature this week will address the undesired abundance of microbeads in Lake Erie and area waterways. more »»

Showdown in Fredonia

September 14, 2015 With the November election fast approaching, Democrats in the village of Fredonia are backing a mayoral candidate who is relatively new to the political scene. more »»

D’Vine Experience brings the warmth to cold day

September 14, 2015 WESTFIELD — Good food, good company and a good cause gathered people together for the D’Vine Experience held recently at the Grape Discovery Center. more »»

GOP nominates Sullivan for his old job of mayor

September 14, 2015 A former Fredonia village mayor will be back on the ballot this November now that Republicans have endorsed him for his old job. more »»

Motions deadline in October for Frey trial

September 13, 2015 In early June, the attorney for former city of Dunkirk Mayor Richard Frey asked for more time to review the information the federal government provided concerning the case it has brought against Fre... more »»

Not for the faint of heart

September 13, 2015 FORESTVILLE — Rain couldn’t keep the revelers away Saturday at Merritt Estate Winery’s Septemberfest, presented by UnitedWin. more »»

Brooks’ vision a work in progress

September 13, 2015 Determining the future direction of Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk comes down to the numbers — and many of them are not pretty. more »»

Dangerous Giant Hogweed sighted locally

September 13, 2015 GOWANDA — Village Code Enforcement Officer Gary Brecker had disturbing news at a recent village board meeting. more »»

Fredonia falls for the Blues

September 13, 2015 Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of Fredonia’s Red White and Blues Festival, though Mother Nature decided yet again to not only rain — but downpour — upon the “parade” of festivities. more »»

‘Shall we never forget’

September 12, 2015 Eagle Street slowly began to fill with people as local residents gathered around the Dunkirk Professional Firefighters Association Local 616 building at approximately 9 a.m. more »»



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