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Thruway explains emergency detour signage

January 10, 2016 Observant area motorists may have spotted some permanent, green signage denoting something called an emergency detour route — either “C” or “D. more »»

St. Peter’s Church in Forestville to dissolve, building to be sold

January 10, 2016 FORESTVILLE — When you pass by St. more »»

Tina’s Hallmark to close soon

January 9, 2016 A local chain gift store is closing its doors. Rontina of New York, Inc. more »»

Forestville water meter update inspires optimism

January 9, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Although the village of Forestville set up a usage rate for water billing, it is two years behind in billing this way. more »»

Westfield man charged after meth lab located

January 9, 2016 WESTFIELD — A 25-year-old man is facing charges after the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department, Westfield Police Department and the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force found an elaborate... more »»

Ice contributes to rollover in Portland

January 9, 2016 PORTLAND — Despite warmer temperatures, winter weather is partially to blame for a rollover accident that occurred on Webster Road shortly before 1 p.m. more »»

‘Wreathed’ in goodwill

January 9, 2016 SOUTH DAYTON — Many readers may have already heard of South Dayton’s Jimmy Keller. He’s kind of a big deal. more »»

Million-dollar winner

January 8, 2016 A Dunkirk woman will take home a financial windfall from Wednesday’s Powerball drawing. more »»

New year state of mind

January 8, 2016 HANOVER — Six officials took their oaths of office recently and one returning councilman has set economic development as his goal. more »»

Fredonia Police to buy new fingerprint processor

January 8, 2016 Some new live-scan fingerprint processing equipment is expected at the Fredonia Police Department in the near future. more »»

Goodell, Young discuss priorities, pushes

January 8, 2016 Jobs, education aid and welfare reform are among the top priorities as local leaders forge ahead into the new year of legislative session in Albany. more »»

Forestville fire department sells truck, plans for radios

January 8, 2016 FORESTVILLE — The Forestville Fire Department was able to sell one piece of equipment as it contemplates how to afford another. more »»

County insurance costs staying in check

January 7, 2016 Health insurance costs for some organizations might be spiraling out of control, but Chautauqua County’s expenses are staying in check due in part to a wellness and risk-reduction program. more »»

Cuomo sets $15 wage minimum for SUNY system employees

January 7, 2016 The push for a $15 an-hour minimum wage will soon be hitting the State University of New York system. Gov. more »»

NY lawmakers convene: Let the debates begin

January 7, 2016 ALBANY — New York lawmakers Wednesday kicked off their 2016 session, which is expected to be dominated by debates over government corruption, education funding and Gov. more »»

Cuomo proposes toll cut for some Thruway users

January 7, 2016 Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced his plan Wednesday to keep Thruway tolls flat until at least 2020 and cutting tolls in half for those who rely on the Thruway the most. more »»

New council begins work

January 7, 2016 It was the first regular meeting of the year for the Dunkirk Common Council, and the first regular meeting as council members for three of the five members. Andrew Woloszyn, Donald Williams Jr. more »»

Swanson takes over as district attorney

January 6, 2016 As the new acting district attorney for Chautauqua County, Patrick Swanson is ready to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job in a similar manner to his predecessor. more »»

Silver Creek ties up some loose ends

January 6, 2016 SILVER CREEK — In the first of four workshops scheduled for January, the Silver Creek Village Board met to try to solve some problems and answer some questions Tuesday morning. more »»

Consent order resolution and recycling concerns for Common Council

January 6, 2016 The first 2016 regular meeting of the Dunkirk Common Council lasted some 25 minutes, with a public works issue one of the major concerns beginning with Mayor Willie Rosas during his communications... more »»

 
 

 

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