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November 6, 2015 A packed room listened as Dr. more »»

City’s stance on water district topic of concern

November 6, 2015 The proposed North County Water District, and where the city of Dunkirk stands with the agreement and the need to formalize the project, was a matter of concern for the Common Council at its meeting... more »»

Sheridan on board

November 6, 2015 SHERIDAN — All aboard — the buyers, at least. more »»

Home again

November 5, 2015 They’re back. The Chautauqua County Rural Ministry has resumed operations at its home on Central Avenue in Dunkirk after the Sept. 30 collapse of 123 Central Ave. more »»

Employee problems emerge in Forestville

November 5, 2015 FORESTVILLE — One factor that may have driven Forestville residents to the polls to vote on dissolution could have been the recent issues with employees in the villag. more »»

Mixed reviews

November 5, 2015 BROCTON — Yet another school in the area finds itself playing administrative musical chairs, but this time not everyone is in agreement with the final decision. more »»

Pomfret highway quandary may result in 35 percent tax hike

November 5, 2015 A sizable tax increase is likely coming to town of Pomfret property owners outside the village of Fredonia in order to begin replacing crumbling and aging highway equipment. more »»

Seneca Nation OKs medical marijuana in referendum

November 4, 2015 The Seneca Nation of Indians has approved getting into the medical marijuana business. more »»

GOP keeps supermajority in Chautauqua County Legislature

November 4, 2015 Four new faces are set to join 15 incumbents on the Chautauqua County Legislature in January following the release of unofficial election results. more »»

Forestville is a community, but village will go away

November 4, 2015 FORESTVILLE — The people have spoken and the village of Forestville will become the hamlet of Forestville. more »»

City officially elects first Hispanic mayor

November 4, 2015 It’s almost official. The city of Dunkirk will have a new mayor on Jan. more »»

Fredonia finds first female mayor in Landis

November 4, 2015 Dr. Athanasia Landis made history in Fredonia Tuesday when she was elected the first female mayor in the village’s history. more »»

Weighing the options

November 3, 2015 On Friday, the New York Independent System Operator Inc. more »»

Reduced-rate permit fee sparks discussion

November 3, 2015 With only two resolutions on its agenda Monday, the city of Dunkirk Common Council ended up approving a third resolution after some lengthy, and at-times, heated discussion between... more »»

Anthony Pearl to be Silver Creek associate judge

November 3, 2015 SILVER CREEK — A former Silver Creek village trustee will soon return to serve in a new capacity. more »»

Grant helps Ripley schools start program for 3 year olds

November 3, 2015 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School now has a five-day-a-week program for 3-year old children owing to a $108,355 Universal Pre-Kindergarten grant from the New York State Education Department, board of... more »»

Board hears about projects to upgrade Ripley school district technology

November 3, 2015 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School District has several projects in the works to upgrade and improve its technology, board of education members learned recently. more »»

Bottom line blues

November 2, 2015 The Fredonia Fire Department’s paid ambulance business continues to dig a deeper and deeper hole for itself, according to a new document recently obtained by the OBSERVER. more »»

PSC responds to NYISO report on NRG

November 2, 2015 The New York State Public Service Commission is on board with the repowering of the NRG Dunkirk plant, and has been working to that end, according to PSC Public Information Officer James Denn. more »»



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