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Dunkirk superintendent ‘optimistic’ about health improvement grant

November 2, 2015 A sweeping portion of Chautauqua County has secured a $1. more »»

Mayville native raising funds for food pantry in memory of father

November 2, 2015 MAYVILLE — Some of Anne Saxton Smith’s fondest childhood memories are of watching her father, Dr. Harold Saxton, working in the vegetable garden behind her childhood home. more »»

Crowded Fredonia trustee field put in spotlight

November 1, 2015 With a large field of six candidates vying for three Fredonia trustee seats, making an informed decision come Election Day this Tuesday is all the more important — and the League of Women Voters... more »»

Brooks’ partner choice nearing

November 1, 2015 Brooks Memorial Hospital honored more than 80 employees at a reception Thursday night in the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Dunkirk. more »»

Looking back on three villages that dissolved

November 1, 2015 As Forestville debates whether to dissolve the village government, five years ago and 10 to 30 miles away, residents in the villages of Perrysburg, Randolph and East Randolph were contemplating the... more »»

Legislature elections bring various scenarios into play

November 1, 2015 Tuesday’s election for the County Legislature throws a number of scenarios into play that could sway the number of seats held by Democrats and Republicans. more »»

Local officials, party chairs discuss issues

November 1, 2015 From job growth and drug abuse to voter turnout and public office, a bevy of issues confront Chautauqua County as elections approach and the year draws to a clos. more »»

Residents to select local leaders Tuesday

November 1, 2015 Residents will head to the polls on Tuesday to select leaders in various races. Below is a summary of area contests. more »»

Report states NRG Dunkirk not needed

October 31, 2015 In August, the New York State Public Service Commission requested the New York Independent System Operator In. more »»

Young, Reed discouraged, not giving up

October 31, 2015 With the Friday filing with the New York State Public Service Commission of a report from the operators of New York state’s electric system that stated NRG Energy Inc. more »»

‘Active shooter’ threat sends JCC into lock out

October 31, 2015 JAMESTOWN — An “active shooter” threat sent Jamestown Community College into a lock out Friday afternoon. Shortly before 2 p.m. more »»

Horse trial ends with Shumakers found guilty of trespass

October 31, 2015 SHERIDAN — More than a year after the original incident, a verdict was finally rendered Tuesday in the case of a Silver Creek couple allegedly attempting to help a horse in need. more »»

KeyCorp aims to buy First Niagara

October 31, 2015 It appears there will soon be one fewer bank — both locally and nationally. KeyCorp announced it will expand deeper into the Northeast with a $4. more »»

Trick ... or treat?

October 30, 2015 Whether it’s Darth Vader, a minion, or Supergirl, the streets will be filled this Halloween with little feet walking around, seeking candy. more »»

Threat Sends JCC Into 'Lock Out'

October 30, 2015 JAMESTOWN — The Jamestown Community College switchboard received what police are calling "a terroristic threat" at 1:50 p.m., and the college has since gone into a lock out. more »»

Dissolution study update

October 30, 2015 In response to questions posed to some members of the Forestville Government Efficiency Task Force, Chairman George Borrello has released the following updated information regarding the potential... more »»

A race for mayor in Dunkirk?

October 30, 2015 City of Dunkirk voters have few choices to make at the polls on Tuesday as races for two county legislature seats are the only city contests on the ballot for voters. more »»

Legislature districts 3, 5 candidates talk issues

October 30, 2015 Candidates for two contested local seats in the Chautauqua County Legislature took center stage during a recent League of Women Voters-sponsored debate. more »»

Blaze destroys Sherman livestock auction house

October 30, 2015 SHERMAN — A livestock auction house in Sherman was destroyed Thursday after an early morning fire ripped through its structure in 20 minutes. more »»

Sullivan, Landis state their cases for mayoral seat

October 29, 2015 With no incumbent running in this year’s mayoral race in the village of Fredonia, the two candidates vying to succeed Stephen Keefe met publicly for their first and only debate Wednesday before the... more »»



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