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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 »»

Basil pleads guilty to manslaughter

June 10, 2015 BUFFALO — The case of a bar manager charged in the killing of a 28-year-old Silver Creek native at a city of Buffalo bar last year will not head to a second trial after all. more »»

Police investigating overnight crash

June 10, 2015 Police are investigating an early morning crash on Route 5 in the West town of Dunkirk around 3:30 a.m. this morning, involving a sports utility vehicle. It is believed the driver took off on foot. more »»

Six city locations raided in 'significant' cocaine bust

June 10, 2015 Federal, state and local officials were part of a "significant operation" this morning in Dunkirk that is tied to the distribution of cocaine. more »»

Basil pleads guilty to manslaughter

June 9, 2015 BUFFALO — Jeffrey Basil, the man who was facing another murder trial in the death of Silver Creek native William Sager, has pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter. more »»

Agreement on LDC membership

June 9, 2015 Plans to market a piece of city-owned lakefront property should be moving ahead as a result of discussions among city officials Monday at a special workshop meeting of the Dunkirk Common Council. more »»

Fredonia still skeptical of regional water district

June 9, 2015 Several village of Fredonia officials continue to be skeptical of the proposed Northern Chautauqua County Regional Water District. more »»

Residents want to be taken seriously

June 9, 2015 FORESTVILLE — It is time to put jokes and excuses aside, Forestville residents say. Residents will gather today at 6:30 p.m. more »»

D’Angelo responds to stolen salt claim

June 9, 2015 HANOVER — Hanover Highway Superintendent Steve D’Angelo said he would know if road salt went missing — and this past winter none was. more »»

Amp awareness

June 9, 2015 Motorists driving in the vicinity of Chautauqua Institution this summer can expect to see a number of billboards calling for the preservation of the institution’s historic amphitheater. more »»

Collins sharing services with Gowanda

June 8, 2015 COLLINS — The town of Collins and the village of Gowanda are sharing services. The Gowanda Director of Public Works, Jason Opferbeck, is now overseeing the town’s water department and maintenance. more »»



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