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Pomfret adopts solar law, ends embargo early

September 24, 2016 The town of Pomfret’s moratorium on large-scale solar projects officially ended with the adoption of new zoning regulations. more »»

Inaugural Harvest Fest coming to Fredonia

September 24, 2016 Sweater weather, crunchy leaves and everything pumpkin. Plenty of people love fall, so a new community-service club aims to make the most of the season and collect funds for a roof-raising cause. more »»

Ortolano: Minimal costs for National Night Out

September 24, 2016 Hundreds of children and their families enjoy Dunkirk’s National Night Out each year. They enjoy the food, goodies, activities and time interacting with the police officers and firefighters. more »»

Dad, husband keeps wish alive

September 23, 2016 HANOVER — Dave Coia seems to be constantly on the run these days. As race director of Olivia’s Wish 5K Run, which takes place at 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. more »»

Athenex move to ESD should keep clear of fallout

September 23, 2016 The Athenex project in Dunkirk may have dodged a bullet when a change in control was made earlier this mont. more »»

Suhr to compete in Pole Vaulting Street Jump Oct. 1

September 23, 2016 Fredonia Mayor Athan-asia Landis, in coordination with the Fredonia Olympic Celebration Committee, an-nounces an upcoming Pole Vaulting Street Jump on Oct. more »»

Man killed in Panama Amish buggy crash

September 23, 2016 PANAMA — A fatal crash involving an Amish buggy and a vehicle left one man dead and several injured Thursday in Panama. more »»

‘If you quit, you can’t’

September 22, 2016 Grammy, Tony, Oscar, and Emmy winner, 84-year-old Rita Moreno kicked off Fredonia’s Convocation Series with her lecture “if you quit, you can’t. more »»

Brooks: One month to make list of sites for new hospital

September 22, 2016 According to Brooks Memorial Hospital’s top official, the hospital would need a new facility sooner or later. more »»

‘It could have been worse’: Sunk boat’s owner looks on bright side

September 22, 2016 Jim Anson was hoping to spend the rest of the warm days out on the water, cruising around Lake Erie in his recreational boat. That goal is a little further from his grasp, now. more »»

Three vehicles involved in Hanover crash

September 22, 2016 HANOVER — One person was taken to the hospital following a three-vehicle accident at approximately 3:45 p.m. Thursday. more »»

Dunkirk Police charge two for brawl

September 22, 2016 Two Dunkirk residents have been charged in relation to a 10- to 15-person brawl on Maple Avenue near Grant Avenue Sunday nigh. more »»

Mayor wants financial restructuring board

September 21, 2016 Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas may have found a solution to the city’s upcoming budget woes. more »»

Castelli America buys Blockville facility

September 21, 2016 BLOCKVILLE — A taste of Italy is coming to Chautauqua County. Nuova Castelli Group, a cheese manufacturer based in Reggio Emilia, a city in northern Italy, is bringing its operations to the U.. more »»

Watercolor found in city museum

September 21, 2016 One major piece in the puzzle of four missing works of art has fallen into plac. more »»

Historical society to hold ‘Civil War Era Funeral’

September 21, 2016 LEON — The Leon Historical Society will present a unique “Civil War Era Funeral” reenactment on Saturday at the Old 1836 Church on Route 62, in Leo. more »»

Haffa arraigned

September 20, 2016 MAYVILLE — Justin Haffa, the 21-year-old Cheektowaga man who reportedly tried to kill a Chautauqua County Sheriff’s deputy on Sep. more »»

A taste of fall

September 20, 2016 WESTFIELD — The sights, sounds and tastes of northern Chautauqua County drew the community to the D’Vine Experience at the Grape Discovery Center recentl. more »»

Modern building to rise in Gowanda

September 20, 2016 GOWANDA — Shovels have struck dirt on the official beginning of the new location for Gowanda Ambulance. more »»

Silver Creek ordered to pay up after arbitration

September 20, 2016 SILVER CREEK — For the little village of Silver Creek, it’s a bitter end to a long legal struggle: Officials announced Monday that Silver Creek was ordered to pay $352,000 to Visone Construction of... more »»



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