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Mayor Keefe signs on to brief for gay marriage case

March 11, 2015 Fredonia Mayor Stephen Keefe joined 225 other mayors and 40 cities across the country in expressing their support for allowing the nation’s gay community the right to marry. more »»

Cassadaga Valley Board of Ed hears innovative idea

March 11, 2015 SINCLAIRVILLE — Town of Gerry Supervisor John Crossley brought an innovative idea to the Cassadaga Valley Board of Education. more »»

Hanover prepares for flooding in Sunset Bay

March 11, 2015 HANOVER — The town of Hanover is living by the old adage, “plan for the worst, hope for the best” when it comes to flooding. more »»

Playing catch up

March 10, 2015 It’s going to cost more to construct — and demolish — buildings in the city of Dunkirk. more »»

Unforgettable

March 10, 2015 U.S. Rep. Tom Reed will not soon forget his trip to Selma, Ala., this past weekend. more »»

Concerns over police cuts continue in Fredonia

March 10, 2015 With Fredonia officials trudging along in their creation of the 2015-16 budget, concerns over the village board axing a full-time police officer vacancy continue to surface. more »»

Hanover town board handles wastewater treatment plant project

March 10, 2015 HANOVER — With spring on its way, the Hanover Town Board took care of several matters for the start of its wastewater treatment plant project. more »»

Naloxone training course to be held in city

March 10, 2015 The lifesaving effects of naloxone are without question. more »»

Stockton Town Court gets $24K JCAP grant

March 9, 2015 STOCKTON — The courtroom within Stockton Town Court will soon be getting a facelift due to a recently awarded $24,000 grant from the New York State Justice Court Assistance Program. more »»

Pine Valley to host second annual ‘March Madness’

March 9, 2015 SOUTH DAYTON — For the second year in a row, the Pine Valley school community is raising funds for their own. The second annual March Madness Hoops to Help will be held on Sunday at the high scho. more »»

IDA Audit Committee reviews financial report

March 9, 2015 Last year proved to be a busy time for the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency in bringing new businesses while assisting existing establishments. more »»

NRG repowering subject of info meeting

March 9, 2015 On Wednesday, there will be two public information meetings at the Clarion Hotel concerning the proposed modifications at the Dunkirk Power LLC generating station. more »»

Local taxidermy studio back and better than ever

March 9, 2015 Almost one year ago to the day, Brian Noody’s West Wind Custom Archery and Taxidermy business burned to the ground in an accidental fire that took both his and the neighboring business with it. more »»

Documents shed light on dark year

March 8, 2015 On March 26, 2013, members of the Lake Erie Regional Health System of New York board of directors ended their relationship with former president and chief executive officer Jonathan Lawrence. more »»

Outgoing fire chief changed department

March 8, 2015 A career in firefighting will come to an end in a few days for city of Dunkirk Fire Chief Keith Ahlstrom. more »»

Parade in July to salute Fredonia war hero

March 8, 2015 This summer, the village of Fredonia will play host to a large celebration to commemorate the sacrifice of a local Civil War hero who just received a Medal of Honor last year. more »»

Polar plungers freezin’ for a reason

March 8, 2015 A group of individuals were freezing for a good cause Saturday. more »»

Brocton Streets Supervisor cautions against frozen lines

March 7, 2015 BROCTON — Avoiding frozen water lines was the advice given by the Brocton Streets Superintendent at this week’s village’s board of trustees meeting. more »»

Collins dealing with frozen, broken water lines

March 7, 2015 COLLINS — The town of Collins, like many other municipalities, is facing problems with water lines. Several water lines within the town have already frozen and even burs. more »»

Legislators want funding for roads

March 7, 2015 Local highway departments are responsible for 87 percent of the state’s roadways, and struggles continue after losing federal highway aid. more »»

 
 

 

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