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Silver Creek overrides tax cap

February 2, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Silver Creek is one of many municipalities feeling the strain of a minimal property tax cap this year. Because of this the board held a public hearing to override the cap Monday. more »»

Crandall says goodbye; two candidates for principal

February 1, 2016 Former Fredonia High School principal Todd Crandall begins his first day as the Silver Creek Central School superintendent today, but before his stint as a Hillbilly came to an end, he reaped the... more »»

Highway officials seek parity in funding

February 1, 2016 Local highway superintendents and county highway supervisors are asking for a fair division of monies for local transportation funding. more »»

Breakwalls protecting Dunkirk’s Wright Park seawall proposed

February 1, 2016 With a new seawall gracing the Lake Front Boulevard and Wright Park on the way to eventual upgrades, the question of protecting the seawall and beyond it was taken up during a recent Common Council... more »»

Brocton school board reacts to Fredonia BOE president’s criticism

February 1, 2016 BROCTON — With a possible merging of football programs looming, members of the Brocton Board of Education fired back in response to “tasteless” comments made by Fredonia Board of Education President... more »»

Fredonia forms police station exploratory committee

February 1, 2016 Fredonia officials are moving forward in their investigation into a new police station. more »»

Turning the corner

January 31, 2016 Clouds of uncertainty have been hovering around Lake Shore Health Care Center since TLC officials said the hospital would close its doors at the end of 2013. more »»

Funds to rescue

January 31, 2016 Every little bit helps as the city of Dunkirk looks to fund the services it provides. more »»

Open government idea not so successful

January 31, 2016 At its first meeting in January 2012, the Dunkirk Common Council adopted its rules of order for the next two years. more »»

Catholic Charities sets sights on $11M goal

January 31, 2016 On Saturday, the volunteers of Catholic Charities from Chautauqua County gathered for a luncheon to discuss Appeal 2016 — a program that sets out every year to raise a certain amount of money. more »»

Keeping remaining manufacturers is county’s focus

January 31, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles on the state of manufacturing in Chautauqua County. more »»

Forestville takes proactive approach to drugs, alcohol

January 30, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Ignoring drug and alcohol use by high schoolers or pretending the problem doesn’t exist isn’t helping anyone involved. more »»

Pine Valley seniors to ‘rope & ride’

January 30, 2016 SOUTH DAYTON — At a recent board of education meeting, senior class adviser and Pine Valley elementary teacher Holly Abers presented the winning idea for this year’s senior class trip: Pine Grove, a... more »»

NRG a top concern during Congressional luncheon

January 30, 2016 “It’s critical to me to make sure (I’m) always listening — if you’re going to represent people, you’ve got to listen to them. more »»

Lottery winners get paid

January 30, 2016 A Dunkirk woman was able to cash in her winning lottery ticket for $1 million in Buffalo on Friday. more »»

Online funding campaign up for Brad Anderson statue

January 30, 2016 BROCTON — With a New Year, new progress is taking shape with the Brad Anderson Recognition Committee’s goal of unveiling a meaningful and lasting tribute to the Brocton/Portland native who rose to... more »»

Temporary assistance caseload to increase

January 29, 2016 To the delight of county officials, the number of recipients who both receive temporary assistance and are engaged in work-related activities is on the rise. more »»

Dunkirk Town Board hears solar pitch

January 29, 2016 Following the swearing-in of re-elected Councilman G. more »»

Silver Creek will continue extra workshops

January 29, 2016 SILVER CREEK — After a month of extra workshop meetings, further matters of concern are stretching the practice into February for the Silver Creek Village Boar. more »»

Schumer pushes payment to seniors denied Social Security increase

January 29, 2016 Social Security recipients, including more than a million Upstate New Yorkers, were denied a typical benefit increase this year, even though living expenses have continued to rise. U.S. Sen. more »»



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