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Blizzard warning leads to school closings

March 12, 2014 A blizzard warning, which is in effect for today, has led to numerous school closings this mornin. more »»

Drug outreach forum held at JCC North Training Center

March 12, 2014 Your voice matters. That was the message heard loud and clear during the family forum on drug addiction held Tuesday night at the Jamestown Community College North Training Cente. more »»

Silver Creek residents on Rix, Oliver and Dana Place should move their vehicles immediately in anticipation of flooding

March 11, 2014 Chautauqua County Emergency Management issued the following statement at 8:48 p.m. more »»

Guilty on all counts

March 11, 2014 MAYVILLE — Guilty on all counts — that was the verdict the jury gave Monday in the trial of Benjamin Wassell. more »»

Paid EMS transport may soon be reality

March 11, 2014 Reimbursement fees for taking village of Fredonia ambulances may soon be a reality now that a committee is looking into its potential. more »»

Next step

March 11, 2014 The next step in the development of the Chadwick Bay Marina will take place today. A public hearing, conducted by the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency will be held at 10 a.m. more »»

TLC given permission to borrow full $1M

March 11, 2014 TLC Health Network was given permission Monday to borrow $1 million from the Dormitory Authority of New York in order to keep its doors open for a sale. According to Adolph Iannaccone, U.S. more »»

Hanover is running out of salt

March 11, 2014 HANOVER — Spring could not come sooner for some residents but highway departments are looking forward to warmer temperatures, as well. more »»

Silver Creek works on budget despite unknowns

March 10, 2014 SILVER CREEK — The village of Silver Creek is working toward a budget, but still has many unknowns. more »»

Forestville positive on sports merger experience

March 10, 2014 FORESTVILLE — Ath-letic Director Scott Hazel-ton was given the floor during a recent Forestville Central School board meeting to reflect on how merging is affecting all western New York schools and... more »»

Fire chief gives update on building studies

March 10, 2014 The Dunkirk Fire Department’s existing buildings will be evaluated once the weather breaks. more »»

Some changes may be seen in regional water district plan

March 10, 2014 The Fredonia Village Board may have declined to support the now-successful grant writing process for the northern county’s regional water district, but that does not mean the village has been writte... more »»

SUNY historical sculpture project in second stage

March 10, 2014 Six SUNY Fredonia students inspired by the rich history around them are combining their own artistic strengths to create bronze sculptures in honor of local historical events. more »»

DUNKIRK: Police activity up in 2013

March 9, 2014 If it seems like somebody somewhere is regularly getting into trouble of some sort, that just might be the case. more »»

Police chief seeks community’s help

March 9, 2014 Members of most communities are concerned with a rise in criminal activity, whatever the caus. more »»

Petri’s factory purchased for storage

March 9, 2014 SILVER CREEK – Petri’s Baking Products has been sold. According to Crescent Manufacturing President Rich Frazer, the detergent-making company closed the sale of the building on Wednesda. more »»

Ukraine problems felt locally

March 9, 2014 The good news: Taylor Smetska and her infant daughter have arrived in America safely after their flight from the turmoil engulfing Ukraine. more »»

CLCS alum working overseas seeing history unfold

March 9, 2014 As the world remains honed on the future of Ukraine and the specter of a full-scale Russian invasion, a young Chautauqua County native finds herself strikingly close to the precipice of history. more »»

Cattaraugus County road crews to test new material

March 8, 2014 LITTLE VALLEY — Winter is pothole season in western New York. As the holes grow, municipalities search for ways to keep thoroughfares smooth. more »»

Gillibrand wants disaster declaration for area crops

March 8, 2014 A second U.S. Senator from New York is calling for more funds for relief to grape farms affected by the harsh winter. U.S. Sen. more »»



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