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WWII soldier OK’d for posthumous medals

August 8, 2015 GOWANDA (AP) — Military officials say medals have been posthumously authorized for a soldier from western New York who died while a prisoner of the Japanese during World War II. more »»

Area realtor closing after 61 years

August 8, 2015 Charles St. George is announcing the termination of ST. GEORGE REALTY effective on Aug. 15. Mr. St. more »»

Former Fredonia mayor wants DPW beefed up

August 8, 2015 A former Fredonia village mayor has taken issue with the number of employees in the Department of Public Works, which he more or less referred to as a skeleton cre. more »»

Boater rescued by police

August 8, 2015 The report of a capsized boat in the Van Buren area brought the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Patrol Boat and the Dunkirk Dive Team to the Dunkirk Pier Friday nigh. more »»

Petition for dissolution in hands of village clerk

August 8, 2015 FORESTVILLE — After a rocky road in the process of dissolving the village of Forestville, more than enough signatures were collected from residents and handed into the village clerk’s office. more »»

Cuomo applauds bridge completion

August 7, 2015 Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday announced the on-time completion of construction for a major bridge over Cattaraugus Creek in Irving. The $1. more »»

Higher learning

August 7, 2015 The road to post-secondary education can be a complicated one with twists and turns every step of the way, but 39 area high school students received a compass and map to assist in that path over the... more »»

Fredonia trustees may slash mayoral salary cut

August 7, 2015 Some village of Fredonia officials are having second thoughts about dropping the mayor’s salary from $12,000 to $5,000. more »»

Forestville board hears teacher evaluation changes

August 7, 2015 FORESTVILLE — Changes are on the way for the Annual Professional Performance Review used to grade teachers in New York state. more »»

Rabbi discusses changing face of Judaism in secular world

August 7, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — In his first visit to Chautauqua Institution, Dr. more »»

Village leaders not willing to ‘blindly jump’ into water plan

August 6, 2015 The village of Fredonia may still be suspicious of the Northern Chautauqua County Regional Water District proposal, but some adequate answers seem to be trickling down to officials there no. more »»

Overburdened County Probation Department leading to repeat offenders

August 6, 2015 Despite being placed on interim probation in April, 23-year-old Moises J. Lopez was caught in June with nearly 300 bags of heroin inside his Jamestown apartment. more »»

City’s Wright Park funding questioned

August 6, 2015 While work on the new Lake Front Boulevard seawall is progressing, funding for improving another part of Wright Park has yet to be secured. more »»

Possible changes on the way for Cassadaga Beach

August 6, 2015 CASSADAGA — If all goes well on the legal end, Cassadaga Beach could be seeing some changes as soon as this summer. more »»

Fredonia BOE talks school district’s future

August 5, 2015 In an era of major overhauls for New York state education, the Fredonia Board of Education on Tuesday took time to develop and review a strategic plan for both the short- and long-term viability of... more »»

Board disapproves referred local law

August 5, 2015 MAYVILLE — Chautau-qua County Planning Board members recommended to disapprove a draft local law as presented by the town of Ellery during a meeting Tuesday. more »»

Town to upgrade its highway fleet

August 5, 2015 The time has come for the town of Dunkirk to upgrade its highway fleet. more »»

Coburn Block work scrutinized by Common Council

August 5, 2015 With work on the Coburn Block nearing completion, the timetable for the work was a subject of discussion when the Dunkirk Common Council met Monday. more »»

City holds 22nd annual National Night Out

August 5, 2015 A collection of a dozen police officers, and several police cars and fire trucks usually means trouble, but on Tuesday night safety personnel gathered in Washington Park for a different reason —... more »»



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