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Prospect Street erosion receives FEMA approval

July 25, 2015 PERRYSBURG — The town of Perrysburg will be reimbursed by the Federal Emergency Manage-ment Agenc. more »»

Suicide at county jail under investigation

July 25, 2015 By A.J. RAO Special to the OBSERVER MAYVILLE — A 53-year-old Dunkirk man reportedly died by suicide Thursday while locked up in the Chautauqua County Jail. Robert S. more »»

Dredging close to being locked in

July 25, 2015 HANOVER — Dredging of the recreational channels in Hanover and Dunkirk is close to being locked in. However, it will likely spill into 201. more »»

Lions ready to serve

July 25, 2015 The Dunkirk-Fredonia Lions Club has been serving customers at the Chautauqua County Fair since 1949. For the first 15 years, the food was prepared and served in a tent. more »»

Vermin on the rise

July 24, 2015 Some rats are small, but they can still be a big problem. City of Dunkirk resident Jody Bomasuto and her family live across from the city of Dunkirk’s Lucas Avenue facility near the public entrance. more »»

Remembering a hero

July 24, 2015 BUFFALO — The Iraq/Afghanistan Memorial in Buffalo’s Naval and Military Park has served as a site of healing for the family of the late Tech. Sgt. William C. Sager Jr. more »»

Hochul promotes tourism, wine industry in county

July 24, 2015 WESTFIELD — There’s no shortage of summertime activities in Chautauqua County as Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul visited during a picturesque Thursday. more »»

Legislature recognizes emergency responders for flood efforts

July 24, 2015 MAYVILLE — Emergency responders worked tenaciously during the floods that ravaged portions of northern Chautauqua County last week. more »»

County Judge John Ward announces retirement

July 24, 2015 MAYVILLE — More than 20 years after becoming the Chautauqua County Court judge, the Hon. John T. Ward announced that he will retire on July 30 and cap an impressive 40-year career in law. more »»

County workers hold picket outside Gerace Office Building

July 23, 2015 MAYVILLE — County employees under CSEA Unit 6300 are at an impasse with the county over a new contract. more »»

Water rates under discussion but going up

July 23, 2015 How much, if any, will city of Dunkirk water customers see their rates rise in 2016 is a concern for many. more »»

Village board recognizes Cassadaga Job Corps students

July 23, 2015 CASSADAGA — It has been a long time since the baseball and softball fields behind the old elementary school have been fully usabl. more »»

18 years behind bars

July 23, 2015 BUFFALO — A former Buffalo bar manager has learned he will serve a determinate prison term of 18 years plus five years post-release supervision for killing a 28-year-old Silver Creek native last year. more »»

State board backs $15 minimum wage for fast-food workers

July 23, 2015 NEW YORK — Fast-food workers in New York state would see a super-sized raise under a plan to phase in a $15 minimum wage — the first time a state has singled out a particular industry for such an... more »»

Basil to learn his sentence this morning

July 22, 2015 After a heavily publicized murder trial, a dramatic dismissal of a guilty verdict and an eventual plea deal, the book on a case involving a Buffalo bar manager accused of killing a 28-year-old Silve... more »»

City police probing armed robberies

July 22, 2015 Dunkirk city police are searching for three suspects and a vehicle after three armed robberies that occurred before 11 p.m. Monday. more »»

Public flood damage tops $6.3 million

July 22, 2015 Last week’s disastrous flooding across Chautauqua County has resulted in an estimated $6,371,000 in damages to public infrastructure thus far, according to county representatives. more »»

Area man featured on TV crime show

July 22, 2015 WESTFIELD — A Westfield man will be able to be seen on cable television tonight. Tom Tarpley will be featured on an episode of “The Perfect Murder” on Investigation Discovery. more »»

Councilman-at-large and mayor have issue with budget transfers

July 22, 2015 It was clear sailing resolution-wise Tuesday when the Dunkirk Common Council met to consider the nine on its agenda, until the final budget transfers were considered. more »»

Street upgrades begin

July 21, 2015 Drivers using East Seventh Street in the city of Dunkirk have had a bumpy ride for some time, something that should change once the city completes a much-needed project addressing water, sewer and... more »»

 
 

 

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