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Gowanda hears update on merged football program

September 18, 2014 GOWANDA — With the merging of its football program with a neighboring school, the Gowanda community is having questions. more »»

Cassadaga Valley welcomes foreign exchange students

September 18, 2014 SINCLAIRVILLE — Cassadaga Valley Central School welcomed two special students to the new school yea. more »»

New antique, auto shops coming to Dunkirk

September 18, 2014 Two new small businesses are coming to the town of Dunkirk now that they have cleared the final hurdles for their zoning issues. more »»

Developing Dunkirk

September 17, 2014 A fourth hotel right off the Dunkirk-Fredonia exit of the I-90 interstate is moving that much closer to becoming a reality. more »»

Dealings in repayment

September 17, 2014 The city of Dunkirk should be back as a full participant in a federal program as a result of Common Council approving a resolution authoring a repayment plan to the federal Department of Housing and... more »»

Mayor explains city’s HUD deal

September 17, 2014 All’s well that ends well might be the final word on the city of Dunkirk reaching a settlement with the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development over the city’s use of its Community... more »»

IDA hears about Webb’s hotel project

September 17, 2014 Details continue to emerge about a proposed hotel project on the shores of Chautauqua Lake. more »»

Portland judge retires after 36 years

September 17, 2014 PORTLAND — Many came to honor a man who dedicated most of his life to public service Tuesday evening. more »»

History in the making

September 16, 2014 Imagine embarking on an academic and cultural journey far away from home for the first time, and not knowing a language very well; imagine a place dedicated to making that journey a little less... more »»

Weather delay

September 16, 2014 Challenging weather conditions in and near Barcelona Harbor have delayed the dredging of the City of Dunkirk Harbor and Town of Hanover boat launches until 2015. more »»

County budget discussions continue

September 16, 2014 MAYVILLE – Leading into the thick of budget season, Chautauqua County legislators continue to hear financial forecasts from each department of county government. more »»

Chautauqua Center awarded federal grant to expand services

September 16, 2014 The Chautauqua Center was awarded a near $200,000 grant from the federal government which may eventually lead the organization to expand in the Jamestown area. On Monday, U.S. Senators Charles E. more »»

Local farmers participate in annual Agricultural Day

September 16, 2014 SINCLAIRVILLE — In its 16th year, the annual Chautauqua County Agricultural Day continues to bring in large numbers of dairy and livestock farmer. more »»

Trespassers drawn to abandoned hospital

September 15, 2014 PERRYSBURG — Nestled on Peck Hill Road surrounded by woods is the J.N. Adam complex. The now-abandoned building has been vacant for nearly two decades. more »»

Deep problem in Fredonia getting fixed soon

September 15, 2014 One deep problem visible in the village of Fredonia may finally get corrected soo. more »»

City HUD repayment resolution awaits OK

September 15, 2014 The lengthy effort city of Dunkirk officials have been engaged in to reach a settlement with the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development over the city's use of Community Development Bloc... more »»

Ripley Central comes off list of New York Focus schools

September 15, 2014 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School District has come off the list of New York Focus schools, board of education members learned recently. Superintendent D. more »»

Sinclairville celebrates the past at History Fair

September 14, 2014 SINCLAIRVILLE — It takes a whole year to bring history to life in the village of Sinclairville, and it is something many of the residents look forward to every yea. more »»

Creating stories worth telling

September 14, 2014 Among the new faces this semester at the State University of New York at Fredonia is Marcus Andersson. Andersson is from Sweden and came to the campus, in part, to play hockey. more »»

Search for relatives delays medal ceremony

September 14, 2014 First Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing of Fredonia has waited the longest out of any American — 151 years — to receive a Medal of Honor, and that wait is continuing for just a little bit longer. The U.. more »»



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