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Top official for StartUp NY leaving; Whatley, Goodell discuss program

June 20, 2016 The top official for StartUp NY is leaving for a new position with a Connecticut-based developer. more »»

SUNY economic development programs busy

June 20, 2016 The business of growing businesses has been busy since the announcement of the Athenex plant in Dunkirk, according to Dr. more »»

Forestville school district says thank you to Jeff Geblein

June 20, 2016 FORESTVILLE — When Jeff Geblein, Forestville band director, showed up to a recent concert at Forestville High School, he had no idea that anything but a run-of-the-mill band concert was planned. more »»

Ready for the worst

June 19, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles that examine preparations in the area for the horrors of mass shootings. This article focuses on police agencies. more »»

Fatal accident under investigation

June 19, 2016 OBSERVER Staff Report GREAT VALLEY — The Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Accident Reconsruction Team and the Criminal Investigation Bureau is investigating a fatal car accident that took place Friday... more »»

Suhr goes for gold again

June 19, 2016 CHURCHVILLE — Jenn Suhr has defied the laws of average her entire pole vaulting career. She did not take up the sport until college. more »»

Relay for Life gathers community to fight cancer

June 19, 2016 The community unites for the Relay for Life in an effort to fundraise money at SUNY Fredonia’s track yesterday. more »»

The Booty Hunter outruns Yea, Yea Uncle Stanley

June 19, 2016 In the end, it was the triumph of experience over innovation as two entries squared off in Dunkirk’s “Anything that Floats” race Saturday afternoon. The Booty Hunter 2. more »»

Music makers

June 18, 2016 GOWANDA — The Gowanda High School Concert Band and Chamber Choir each brought home a trophy from Ohio recently — both for first-place wins. more »»

Fredonia suspends DPW chief

June 18, 2016 Fredonia’s Department of Public Works supervisor is in some hot water. more »»

Thruway paving lauded, more work eyed

June 18, 2016 Motorists are making a smooth transition to the construction work taking place off Exit 59 and heading east on the New York state Thruway — though the rough stretch remains past Exit 58. more »»

Farmingdale Road junk yard presents health, safety problems

June 18, 2016 SHERIDAN — Unsight-liness is one thing. After all, one man’s trash is sometimes another man’s treasure. more »»

Bach & Beyond Festival features singing for first time in 21 years

June 18, 2016 The 1891 Fredonia Opera House dives deep into musical history as it plays host to the 21st annual Bach & Beyond Baroque Music Festival this weekend. more »»

Jamestown man shot, police search for gunman

June 17, 2016 JAMESTOWN — A male victim has died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds following a shooting on Prendergast Avenue. more »»

SILENCE AND SOUND: Music on the Pier

June 17, 2016 Chicago Authority kicked off Music on the Pier in the city of Dunkirk Thursday. more »»

Fredonia holds successful small business forum

June 17, 2016 Around 35 entrepreneurs and local officials put their heads together Thursday to figure out the problems facing the business sector in Fredonia. more »»

Legislators approve change to help Medicaid shortfall

June 17, 2016 MAYVILLE — Another funding source has been found to cover a shortfall in the county’s Medicaid share. more »»

Assemblyman Goodell expects pensions forfeiture vote soon

June 17, 2016 New York state lawmakers could be closer to moving forward with legislation to penalize elected officials in the future who are convicted of corruptio. more »»

New building possible for Brooks

June 16, 2016 Brooks Memorial Hospital is looking at a new way to deliver health care, as well as the possibility of a new facility to do it i. more »»

Growing issue

June 16, 2016 From the First Ward to the Fourth, the Dunkirk Common Council has issues with the railroad that snakes its way through the city. First Ward Councilman Don Williams Jr. more »»

 
 

 

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