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City resolves Juneteenth scheduling conflict

April 10, 2015 The event conflict for Memorial Park on June 13 was resolved recently. After a conference call facilitated by Dunkirk City Mayor Anthony . more »»

Horrigan kicks off growing food connections program

April 10, 2015 Chautauqua County is one of eight communities across the nation receiving designation as a “Community of Opportunity” in the Growing Food Connections initiative, and the program took a step forward... more »»

Chadwick Bay hears regional water update

April 10, 2015 HANOVER — The North County Water District is moving forward, it was announced Thursday. The project will be in the hands of Chautauqua County shortl. more »»

Abduction attempt

April 9, 2015 GOWANDA — The Gowanda Police Department is warning of an alleged attempted abduction Tuesday night. more »»

Cash-strapped fever

April 9, 2015 Fredonia School Resource Officer Nate Scriven will likely be pulled out of his security detail and replaced with part-time officer hours — with blame put squarely on school officials’ shoulder. more »»

Silver Creek needs more time to set school budget

April 9, 2015 SILVER CREEK — The Silver Creek Board of Education tried to make up for lost time as it reviewed the 2015-2016 school budget with the newly released state aid numbers. more »»

Crowd gathers to support Pinwheels for Prevention

April 9, 2015 MAYVILLE — Though the wind was cold, the hearts were warm and that made all the differenc. more »»

Family Paid Leave Act concerns Assemblyman Goodell

April 9, 2015 ALBANY — The state Assembly recently passed legislation Assemblyman Andy Goodell believes will hurt small businesses while creating job loss. more »»

Gowanda school board hears SRO presentation

April 8, 2015 GOWANDA — The Gowanda Board of Education heard an update from the school resource officer at a recent meeting. Current SRO Cattaraugus County Sheriff deputy John Bennett presented to the board. more »»

Road repair money coming

April 8, 2015 ALBANY — The city of Jamestown and Chautauqua County are set to receive a large chunk of money for road repairs after an extreme winter seaso. more »»

Mayor announces plans for ‘Lucy’ statue makeover

April 8, 2015 CELORON — If Scott Schrecengost gets his way, the Lucille Ball statue that resides in the village of Celoron will soon be getting a facelift. more »»

Attorneys question juror at center of Basil trial controversy

April 8, 2015 BUFFALO — The juror at the center of a retrial request by convicted murderer Jeffrey Basil’s attorneys spent about two hours on the witness stand Tuesday in the Erie County Courthouse. more »»

Juneteenth snub by city offends event committee members

April 8, 2015 An event conflict with this year’s Juneteenth celebration is not the only stumbling block the celebration of African Americans’ freedom has faced in the city of Dunkirk in 20 years, but it has... more »»

Still possible

April 7, 2015 By GIB SNYDER OBSERVER City Editor It’s still in the works, and then some. more »»

Trustees to keep fire personnel, but with strings

April 7, 2015 Fredonia village trustees will likely maintain the number of full-time firefighters at nine and reject a proposal to add three part-timers to their ranks at the same time when a vote on the 2015-16... more »»

Stockton woman revived by naloxone

April 7, 2015 By A.J. RAO Special to the OBSERVER STOCKTON — A Stock-ton woman was revived by naloxone early Sunday morning after allegedly overdosing on opiates. more »»

Silver Creek accepts tentative budget

April 7, 2015 By NICOLE GUGINO OBSERVER Assistant News Editor SILVER CREEK — A tentative budget under the tax levy cap, but still needing work, was presented and approved Monday by the Silver Creek Village Boar. more »»

Cassadaga swears in trustees, historian

April 7, 2015 By JEREMY IZZIO OBSERVER Staff Writer CASSADAGA — The Cassadaga Village Board welcomed one new member on Monday while swearing in a pair of familiar faces in the process. more »»

SUNY Fredonia speaker addresses racism issues

April 6, 2015 In honor of Woman’s History Month, SUNY Fredonia is sharing “herstory. more »»



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