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Guidelines issued for motorized wheelchairs

August 18, 2014 City of Dunkirk streets have seen an increase in recent years of the use of motorized wheelchairs. more »»

Joy Ride Dice Run & Benefit Aug. 30

August 18, 2014 Thomas Joseph “TJ” Joy, the only child born to Joseph and Angela Joy, was a special little boy with special needs resulting from a rare brain malformation called PolyMicroGyria. more »»

Community celebrates librarian’s retirement

August 18, 2014 RIPLEY — The sadness of Ripley Librarian Nancy McIntosh’s retirement was alleviated only by the assurance that Thackeray the cat was willing to stay on to help her successor. more »»

PVCS students volunteer to paint town hall

August 18, 2014 CHERRY CREEK — A group of teenagers are leaving their mark in the town of Cherry Creek. A group of incoming sophomores spent a portion of their free time painting the Cherry Creek Town Hall. more »»

Sent home early

August 17, 2014 For Silver Creek resident Emily Shelden, becoming integrated into a new culture and lifestyle and then having that torn away in a matter of days is a test of her wil. more »»

Comparing salaries

August 17, 2014 Chautauqua County municipal workers are making less, on average, than both Jamestown and Dunkirk city employees. A study performed last month by the Empire Center for Public Policy Inc. more »»

City Dems to meet Monday on future of vacant council seat

August 17, 2014 It’s been nearly two weeks since Stephanie Kiyak submitted a letter of resignation announcing she would no longer serve as the city of Dunkirk’s councilwoman-at-large. more »»

FEMA: Silver Creek received all funds applied for

August 17, 2014 SILVER CREEK — The Federal Emergency Management Agency wants residents to know that it has reimbursed Silver Creek for all funds applied for following the 2009 floo. more »»

Dunkirk Lighthouse holds Civil War re-enactment

August 17, 2014 Clouded skies and the occasional blustery wind didn’t hamper the air of fascination and excitement among the visitors to the second annual Civil War re-enactment, which took place at the Dunkirk... more »»

Gowanda will not raise lunch prices

August 16, 2014 GOWANDA — Students in the Gowanda Central School District will not be seeing an increase in lunch prices for the upcoming school year. more »»

Portland leaders discuss regional opportunities apart from water

August 16, 2014 VAN BUREN — Town of Portland council members discussed a few regional opportunities at their council meeting held recently at the Van Buren Point meeting hall. more »»

Scores show mixed results

August 16, 2014 State officials in the Education Department claim progress is being made in state assessment tests for math, but more work is needed with English Language Art. more »»

Make-A-Wish WNY seeks more volunteers

August 16, 2014 Area residents who may be interested in using their free time to make a difference may want to consider partnering with Make-A-Wish Western New York. more »»

Magical evening for Fredonia girl overcoming cancer

August 16, 2014 The little girl who touched hearts in her community had a magical evening thanks to Make-A-Wish Western New York. more »»

The gloves are off

August 15, 2014 With November elections drawing nearer, candidate endorsements become a sought-after commodity. more »»

Voices heard

August 15, 2014 JAMESTOWN — Chautauqua County millennials want professional, well-paying jobs and an increase in downtown development of the county’s two major cities. more »»

Tax drop approved by city school district

August 15, 2014 The upcoming repowering of NRG Energy Inc. seems to be the gift that keeps on giving for the city of Dunkirk. more »»

DEC discusses Bear Lake improvements

August 15, 2014 STOCKTON — Nestled in a wooded area in the town of Stockton is a lake many hold dear. more »»

Gowanda village board hears of sewer violations

August 15, 2014 GOWANDA — The Gowanda sewer plant was cited with violations from the Department of Environmental Conservation that could mean hefty fines for the village. more »»

Congressman Reed visits SUNY Fredonia

August 14, 2014 A nationwide effort has been set forth to stop sexual assault once and for all. Rep. Tom Reed had a roundtable discussion with host SUNY Fredonia, Jamestown Community College, St. more »»

 
 

 

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