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Historic fountain restoration in Westfield underway

September 8, 2015 WESTFIELD — For many years a number of individuals in the Westfield area have wanted to restore the fountain to Moore Park and now it’s finally happening. more »»

Marmaduke’s Brad Anderson dead at 91

September 8, 2015 PORTLAND — Nationally recognized cartoonist Brad Anderson — who called the town of Portland his home for a good portion of his life — has sadly drawn his loveable and exuberant Great Dane for the... more »»

Silver Creek nears hiring goal, reviews report card

September 7, 2015 SILVER CREEK — With the start of school fast approaching, the Silver Creek School District closed in on filling its vacancies at a recent meeting. more »»

Dispense elected district director

September 7, 2015 Pomfret Town Clerk Allison Dispense has taken on a new leadership role in representing her western New York peers. more »»

Highway department tries to cut winter costs

September 7, 2015 HANOVER — Winter is a costly season for municipalities in western New York. more »»

Local WWII vet receives France’s highest decoration

September 7, 2015 A local World War II veteran who received a special distinction Sunday has a message for the community: you must never forget. Retired U.S. Army Tech. 5th Grade Raymond E. more »»

Eagle University touches down after strong summer

September 7, 2015 RIPLEY — The eagle is flying higher than ever at Ripley. Ripley Central School’s summer program, Eagle University, expanded in several ways this summer. more »»

Differing views, strengths separate candidates

September 6, 2015 With only four days until the Democratic primary for the position of mayor in the city of Dunkirk, the candidates, incumbent Mayor Anthony . more »»

Turnout looms large for Thursday’s city vote

September 6, 2015 Dunkirk voters have not had a primary vote for the office of mayor since the 1980s, according to records and the memories of political veterans. more »»

Doing a world of good

September 6, 2015 The adventures of Peace Corps Ethiopia volunteer Katrina Johnston have been shared with friends, family and readers worldwide on her blog “27 Months of Sunshin. more »»

Labor Day festivities feel the heat

September 6, 2015 CASSADAGA — The crowd cheered with excitement as 649 rubber ducks raced beneath the bridge and toward the finish line to crown the champion of Saturday’s 17th Annual Cassadaga Ducky Derby. more »»

History lives in veterans’ first-hand accounts

September 6, 2015 GOWANDA — Textbook narratives and television documentaries can be informational, but nothing compares to speaking with a real-life veteran about his or her experiences serving in the U.S. more »»

Airline passengers starting to take off

September 5, 2015 During fiscal year 2015, a little more than 2,500 passengers have flown between Jamestown and Pittsburgh via Sun Air Express, the new essential air service carrier that replaced Silver Airways in... more »»

Home is where the learning begins

September 5, 2015 SILVER CREEK — Dr. more »»

A little rain doesn’t keep cruisers down

September 5, 2015 A few flash downpours couldn’t dampen the spirits of Lake Shore Street Rod Association members, Legion die-hards or event organizers Friday nigh. more »»

Fire bills mount in troubled village

September 5, 2015 FORESTVILLE — Forestville received its first payment on the sale of land and timber in Arkwright and awarded a municipal roof contract to Action Roofing, but the village may also need to rely on... more »»

One last ride for MDA

September 4, 2015 Beginning today, the 11th Annual Motorcycle Run and Campout For Muscular Dystrophy returns to the Chautauqua County Firemen’s Fraternity, Inc. Campgrounds in Stockton. more »»

Greener pastures

September 4, 2015 The city of Dunkirk will need a new director of development. On Thursday in a City Hall press conference, Mayor Anthony J. more »»

County Water Quality Task Force releases 2015 TMDL Status Report

September 4, 2015 MAYVILLE — Concerns remain over the water quality within Chautauqua Lake and its watershed, but management strategies to reduce pollutants continue to take shape. more »»

Gowanda officials optimistic on FEMA funding

September 4, 2015 GOWANDA — Village officials met with Federal Emergency Management Agency representatives late last month to learn whether there had been any progress with approving emergency funds to repair the... more »»



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