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Former Collins corrections officer admits to taking bribe

June 3, 2016 Acting Erie County District Attorney Michael J. Flaherty J. more »»

Judge Claire presides over her final treatment court graduation

June 3, 2016 MAYVILLE — Seeing the fruits of your labor can be an overwhelming experience. But for the Hon. Judith . more »»

Regional water district holds first meeting

June 2, 2016 The North Chautauqua County Water District Board got the ball rolling on the regional water project at its first meeting Wednesday. more »»

Stegelske agreement terminated

June 2, 2016 According to Dunkirk Town Supervisor Richard Purol at a recent town board meeting, a maintenance agreement made with the Stegelske pump station in 1991 can be considered terminated, after Stegelske... more »»

Another municipality, another water problem

June 2, 2016 The past couple of Dunkirk Town Board meetings have focused heavily on the fact that the water situation over at Stegelske Avenue is not up to par. more »»

City still waiting on key hire

June 2, 2016 The city of Dunkirk has yet to see its selected development director start her job, but Mayor Willie Rosas said he is still hopeful. more »»

Reading takes you to a magical kingdom

June 2, 2016 FORESTVILLE — If you walked into Forestville Elementary School recently, there was a good chance you may have thought the world was ending. more »»

Akron defeats Gowanda/Silver Creek in lacrosse title game

June 2, 2016 Akron defeated Gowanda/Silver Creek, 15-14, Thursday in the Section 6 Class C boys high school lacrosse championship game. more »»

Schumer visits area in push to add names to Vietnam Wall

June 1, 2016 MAYVILLE — A year ago, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer launched an effort to enshrine the names of 74 Americans on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall after they lost their lives on the USS Frank E. Evans. more »»

Hollywood Happening returning to Gowanda

June 1, 2016 GOWANDA — Like many small municipalities strewn throughout the state, Gowanda is home to a theater that once proudly stood as the town’s center for entertainment. more »»

Silver Creek streets dept. foreman put on paid leave

June 1, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Silver Creek’s Streets Department foreman, Ralph Crawford, has been put on administrative leave with pay pending an investigation, sources told the OBSERVER. more »»

NRG repowering may be on the line once again

June 1, 2016 State, federal and local leaders are joining together once again to fight a threat to the repowering of the NRG Dunkirk plant. more »»

Board discusses scent that plagued village

June 1, 2016 CASSADAGA — The Village of Cassadaga kicked off the impending start of summer at its most recent meeting with a report about the flora, fauna and otherwise around the village. more »»

The ultimate sacrifice

May 31, 2016 It was a perfect day to gather in Memorial Park to share stories and spread love and thanks to those who have served and made the ultimate sacrifice for us and our country. more »»

Taking time to remember our fallen veterans

May 31, 2016 WESTFIELD — Laura Bohall got to St. James Cemetery in Westfield early on Monday mornin. more »»

Generations gather to honor the area’s fallen

May 31, 2016 PORTLAND — Nearly 300 people gathered at Portland’s Evergreen Cemetery Monday morning to honor the country’s fallen servicemen and women and listened to speeches that captured the sentiments of the... more »»

Fredonia sets sights on Italian festival

May 31, 2016 The Fredonia area is widely recognized for its Italian community, and interested stakeholders are looking to celebrate that fact by putting on a villagewide celebration — with plenty of food, of... more »»

Mayor forms committee to curb non-Fred Fest mayhem

May 31, 2016 Fred Fest (or non-Fred Fest now) has taken a toll on village residents for years, and now Fredonia’s top official is stepping in to figure out a way to stem the routine disorder. more »»

Twin salute

May 31, 2016 more »»

Demolition will not impact brush drop-off

May 31, 2016 The city of Dunkirk Public Works Department brushed away concerns recently about dropping off brush at the Lucas Avenue facility. First Ward Councilman Don Williams Jr. more »»

 
 

 

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