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Brocton moves toward scrapping March election

October 5, 2016 BROCTON — In an effort to cut operational costs down the road, the Brocton Village Board of Trustees resolved to place a proposition on the March 17 general election ballot which would eliminate the... more »»


October 4, 2016 PORTLAND — Spontaneous combustion is believed to be what caused a barn fire early Monday morning in Portland. Reported at 4:21 a.m. more »»

Two-time Fredonia burglar could serve 10 years in prison

October 4, 2016 MAYVILLE — A Jamestown man who burglarized the same Fredonia home twice in five years will face nearly a decade in prison. more »»

ON ITS SIDE: No injuries in rollover

October 4, 2016 A mechanical issue is believed to be the cause of a tractor-trailer rollover at Centralia Corners in the town of Stockto. more »»

Go-to guy Steve D’Angelo picks up a few more miles

October 4, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Silver Creek officials have created a new municipal position to help reach village goals, but the face of the right man for the job is familiar to many: Steve D’Angelo, who already... more »»

Land, support needed to move dog park forward

October 3, 2016 A happy dog means a happy owner and a happy community. Monica Kemp is championing the idea of a dog park in the city of Dunkirk to reach this goal. more »»

Blaze destroys barn in Portland

October 3, 2016 A massive barn fire in the town of Portland brought out numerous area fire companies this morning. Reported at 4:21 a.m. more »»

No rain for Forestville Fall Fest parade

October 3, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Even though the sky was filled with clouds, none of them rained on Forestville Fall Fest’s parade on Sunday afternoon. more »»

‘Number Two’ is number one problem at Silver Creek beach

October 3, 2016 SILVER CREEK — This is why Silver Creek can’t have nice things. George Borrello Park, located on the beach next to the Firemen’s Club, should be a nice place to spend a pleasant afternoon. more »»

North Collins resurrects marching band for homecoming parade

October 3, 2016 NORTH COLLINS – For the first time in over 20 years, North Collins has a marching band. And that band was a leading feature of the North Collins Homecoming Parade recently. more »»

Movie about lighthouse keepers to start filming next week

October 2, 2016 While the movie “Dunkirk” features the local area in name alone, the upcoming independent film “Lighthouse Unmanned” features the city of Dunkirk in its entirety — primarily at the Dunkirk Lighthouse. more »»

Benefit set in honor of kayaking victim

October 2, 2016 CHERRY CREEK — Music will unite a community on Oct. 9 for the Dylan Lathrop Memorial Benefit being held at the Cherry Creek VFW from 1-8 p.. more »»

Indictments cast new shadow on labor for Athenex

October 2, 2016 The indictment of nine individuals last week on corruption charges linked to state projects, casts a new shadow on the idea of a Project Labor Agreement for the Athenex project in Dunkirk. On Sept. more »»

Gold medal worthy

October 2, 2016 In front of an exuberant crowd at SUNY Fredonia on Saturday, Jenn Suhr did it. more »»

FLAUNT IT: Dunkirk wins following parade

October 1, 2016 Dunkirk High School held its parade as part of Homecoming activities this week. more »»

Woman, three great-grandchildren safe but lose everything in mobile home fire

October 1, 2016 By GREGORY BACON OBSERVER Managing Editor ELLINGTON — An elderly woman lost her home in a fire Saturday morning. Around 6 a.m. firefighters were called to 1700 28th Creek Road, Falconer. more »»

Train victim’s name released

October 1, 2016 Dunkirk Police have released the name of the pedestrian killed earlier this week by a train in the cit. more »»

Lake Shore Center of the Arts receives $34,000 grant

October 1, 2016 WESTFIELD — The Lake Shore Center for the Arts was in for a big surprise on Sept. more »»

Cuomo signs bill for bridge to honor Westfield soldier

October 1, 2016 A fallen solider from Westfield is getting a new honor. Gov. Andrew M. more »»

Power Authority approves hydropower allocation for Westfield business

October 1, 2016 WHITE PLAINS — The New York Power Authority Trustees has approved a low-cost hydropower allocation to the village of Westfield, to support a food manufacturer that plans to create 48 jobs. more »»



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