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Three witnesses testify in second Carroll double homicide pre-trial hearing

June 20, 2014 MAYVILLE — The Elmira man accused of leading three men to burglarize a Carroll residence and murder the homeowners inside last year was merely a passive witness to “something very bad. more »»

Dunkirk School Board member stepping down after 3 years

June 19, 2014 After three years of serving on the Dunkirk Board of Education, one member will step down at the end of his term, which expires at the end of the month. Dr. more »»

State Senate OKs Family Court judge for County

June 19, 2014 ALBANY — The prospect of Chautauqua County receiving another Family Court judge looks more promising than ever. On Wednesday, state Se. more »»

Gowanda upset with tax bills

June 19, 2014 GOWANDA — Resi-dents packed the Village Hall Tuesday night to complain about their tax bills increasing by hundreds of dollars. more »»

Separation gives TLC freedom

June 19, 2014 IRVING — Freedom from TLC Health Network’s previous parent company, Lake Erie Regional Health System of New York, may give Lake Shore Health Center more options to remain open. more »»

Students explore world of science in Sinclairville

June 19, 2014 SINCLAIRVILLE — Children rushed in and out of classrooms eager to take part in scientific activities presented to them at the inaugural Project Wild Day at Sinclairville Elementary School. more »»

Police investigating attempted murder, suicide

June 19, 2014 WESTFIELD — Local authorities are investigating an attempted murder, suicide of a Lancaster couple, that occurred early this morning in Barcelona Harbor. more »»

LERHSNY separates from Lake Shore

June 18, 2014 A decision to give Lake Shore Hospital independence has severed its tie with the Lake Erie Regional Health System of New York. more »»

Evans Police still looking for fatal hit-and-run driver

June 18, 2014 EVANS — The Evans Police Department is still looking for the driver involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident that occurred late last year. Shortly after midnight on De. more »»

City seawall project going forward

June 18, 2014 The city of Dunkirk will go forward with the Lakefront Boulevard seawall replacement, but not without a lot of angst from Common Council members who had to give their approval. more »»

Brothers charged with Old Sarge’s Drop Zone burglary

June 18, 2014 The City of Dunkirk Police Department Tuesday announced the arrest of two brothers following an investigation into a May burglary at Old Sarge’s Drop Zone. more »»

DHS Class of 1948 comes to remember John Naetzker

June 18, 2014 The Dunkirk High School Class of 1948 came together Tuesday morning at Willowbrook Cemetery to remember their classmate and friend, Pfc. John Naetzker, who lost his life during the Korean War. more »»

Seawall project bonding in doubt

June 17, 2014 Whether or not a new Lakefront Boulevard seawall will be built this year, or anytime soon, is unclear after a Monday evening meeting of the Dunkirk Common Council Finance Committe. more »»

Brothers charged in city burglary

June 17, 2014 The Dunkirk Police Department today announced the arrest of two brothers following an investigation into a May burglary at Old Sarge's Drop Zone. more »»

Making a difference

June 17, 2014 People who go the extra mile in their community create footprints, which over time encourage others to walk down the same path. more »»

Silver Creek to get drug dropoff box

June 17, 2014 SILVER CREEK — Almost a year after the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office took over policing the village of Silver Creek, Sheriff Joseph Gerace attended Monday’s village board meeting to give a... more »»

Cuomo seeks federal funds following May floods

June 17, 2014 New York State is asking the federal government for financial help to clean up following the May floods that rocked parts of Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties. On Monday, Gov. Andrew M. more »»

$3M grant awarded to help develop job skills for laid off workers

June 17, 2014 New York state officials are doing what they can to help employees at Carriage House who are being laid off and other individuals who need job training skills to find a new job. State Se. more »»

Transition of students exceeding expectations

June 16, 2014 MAYVILLE — The transition of Ripley students joining Chautauqua Lake students is exceeding expectations. more »»

Schumer seeks high-intensity drug trafficking tag for county

June 16, 2014 Concern over Chautau-qua County’s raging heroin epidemic has apparently reached the federal level. On Friday, Sen. more »»

 
 

 

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