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Quick sellout, new venue for Bill Nye

September 4, 2014 Fans of Bill Nye “The Science Guy” have one more opportunity to request tickets to see him talk on Sept. 18 at 3:30 p.m. more »»

Bell tolls new year

September 4, 2014 FORESTVILLE — Atop the hill overlooking the village of Forestville is a school; in front of this school is a bell, and on this bell tower is a small plaque that reads “In grateful recognition of a... more »»

City residents express safety concerns

September 4, 2014 Sometimes when changes are made some consequences may not be evident at the beginning. more »»

Reed learns on the job at local business

September 4, 2014 It’s not often someone can walk in off the street and begin a job right away. more »»

First day back

September 3, 2014 The familiar sight of yellow buses with smiling students crowded the Fredonia Central School parking lots Tuesday afternoo. more »»

Grading teachers

September 3, 2014 Area teachers are more than making the grade, according to recent evaluations made public by the New York state Department of Educatio. more »»

Man shot in Jamestown, shooter at large

September 3, 2014 JAMESTOWN -- Not even the sight of children at a nearby playground could prevent a shooting Tuesday that left one Jamestown man wounded. The alleged shooter is still at large. more »»

Council adds fifth member

September 3, 2014 Now there are five. The Dunkirk Common Council is back at full strength after council approved Wilfred Rosas as councilman-at-large, replacing Stephanie Kiyak who resigned Aug. 5. more »»

City to start its paving effort

September 3, 2014 Better driving conditions in Dunkirk are coming, at least to some streets. Common Council approved the hiring Tuesday of H. Olsen & Sons to do the work. more »»

Back to school this week for area families

September 2, 2014 This past Labor Day marked the final unofficial hours of summer, since many students from around the area this week will be trading in their swimsuits and camping gear for pens and calculators as... more »»

City paving may start soon

September 2, 2014 As summer winds down the city of Dunkirk will get to paving some of its streets if Common Council approves a resolution accepting the bid of . more »»

Gowanda opts not to renew SRO contract

September 2, 2014 GOWANDA — The Gowanda Elementary School will be without a school resource officer as school starts on Wednesday. The Gowanda Village Board voted to not renew the SRO contract during a special meeting. more »»

Water works

September 2, 2014 This is the third of a three-part series concerning issues discussed by Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan, county Industrial Development Agency Director Mike Metzger and Christina P. more »»

Labor of love

September 2, 2014 A visit to grandma’s house inspired a little girl to do something nice for the children in the neighborhood. more »»

Benefit for Sheridan woman Saturday

September 2, 2014 Fredonia American Legion Post 59 is putting together a benefit for one of its own. Denise Sealander has been bartending at the legion for 14 years, and in February found out she had colon cancer. more »»

Westfield man reinvents the wheelbarrow

September 1, 2014 WESTFIELD — You could say he is a jack-of-all-trades. Westfield resident Al Newman is an artist, inventor and author, having recently been granted his fourth patent. more »»

Family donates ramp for woman with debilitating disease

September 1, 2014 “They went above and beyond, and we thank God for everything they and everyone else has done for us. more »»

‘No Colon, Still Rollin’’ benefit at Dom Polski

September 1, 2014 A 29-year-old Brocton woman dreamed of living life to the fullest until the day her life took a tragic turn. more »»

Horrigan sees regional water, waterfront development as keys

September 1, 2014 This is the second of a three-part series concerning issues discussed by Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan, county Industrial Development Agency Director Mike Metzger and Christina P. more »»

Eagle University overwhelmingly successful

September 1, 2014 RIPLEY — The reviews have been posted and the verdict is in: Ripley Central School District’s Eagle University is a soaring success. The district’s new summer program finished its pilot run on Aug. more »»

 
 

 

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