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Benefit Sunday for Cassadaga girl

June 13, 2015 CASSADAGA — A spaghetti dinner benefit will be Sunday for 8-year-old Morgan E. DeGolier. The event will take place at the Cassadaga Fire Hall, Mill Street, from 2 to 7 p.. more »»

Contentious issues remain in Albany

June 13, 2015 Several contentious issues for the New York State Legislature await action in the final week of sessio. more »»

‘Suspicious’ house fire sends five to hospitals

June 13, 2015 Four residents and one firefighter were taken to area hospitals after a blaze ripped through an 80 King St. residence. more »»

Cooper kicks off opening night of Bach & Beyond

June 13, 2015 After an afternoon of driving rain and building-shaking thunder, the skies cleared just in time to welcome patrons of the opening night of the Bach & Beyond Baroque Music Festival’s 20th anniversary... more »»

Westfield falls to Smithtown Christian in NYSPHSAA Class D baseball final

June 13, 2015 BINGHAMTON — Westfield's quest for a New York State Public High School Athletic Association baseball title came to an end Saturday afternoon on Conlon Field at MacArthur Park, in Binghamton, as the... more »»

UPDATE: Five sent to hospitals, including firefighter, in city blaze

June 12, 2015 Four residents and one firefighter were taken to area hospitals after a blaze ripped through an 80 King St. residence. more »»

Route 5 collision sends two people to hospital

June 12, 2015 Nearly a mile of Route 5 in Dunkirk was shut down for approximately half an hour Thursday afternoon after two vehicles collided near Willow Road. more »»

Beating the odds

June 12, 2015 WESTFIELD — When Westfield sophomore Eric Fermier is on the baseball field and in the dugout, he is just one of the guys. And that’s the way he likes it. more »»

Officials will weigh uses for School 6

June 12, 2015 Dunkirk City School District officials are aiming to revitalize and reuse their oldest standing structure. more »»

No formal vote on regional water

June 12, 2015 County Executive Vince Horrigan is committed to moving a regional water district forward, but some municipalities are still on the fenc. more »»

Ashville man dies in motorcycle accident

June 12, 2015 NORTH HARMONY — An Ashville man died Thursday morning after his motorcycle collided with a truck in North Harmony. The collision occurred shortly before 7:30 a.m., when 41-year-old Richard F. more »»

Two taken by helicopters following Route 5 crash

June 11, 2015 At least two people were injured in an accident on Route 5, Dunkirk between Willow and Temple roads this afternoon. more »»

‘Significant’ bust

June 11, 2015 Federal, state and local officials conducted several raids in the city of Dunkirk Wednesday in connection to the distribution of illegal drug. more »»

Local residents to discuss time in Nepal on Monday

June 11, 2015 In 2010, Fredonia residents Cindy Rechlin and Tom Gordon decided to make a change. more »»

2 out of 3 city funds in the red for 2014

June 11, 2015 It was a bit of good news Wednesday when the Dunkirk Common Council Finance Committee met and heard from the outside auditors who prepared the city’s 2014 fiscal year financial report. more »»

Fredonia, Pomfret will talk merger study in public eye

June 11, 2015 The governing bodies for the village of Fredonia and the town of Pomfret will soon meet to begin public discussions over a possible dissolution study for Fredonia. more »»

Hertlein’s contract extended as his retirement looms

June 11, 2015 BROCTON — Brocton Central School District Superintendent John Hertlein is set to retire, but when that will be has yet to be determined. more »»

Town concerned about progress on proposed water district

June 10, 2015 With the proposed North County Water District scheduled to be discussed at a meeting Thursday, town of Dunkirk Supervisor Richard Purol provided an update for the town board at its meeting Tuesday. more »»

Fredonia dedicates Billie Boulevard

June 10, 2015 Entering the Fredonia Central School’s Main Street campus, motorists will notice a newly named thoroughfare. more »»

Water, taxes drive Forestville over the edge

June 10, 2015 FORESTVILLE — Forestville residents say between taxes and water bills, they are at a breaking point. About 10 residents stood on Main Street Tuesday with signs to show their frustratio. more »»

 
 

 

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