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Details released in truck/pedestrian accident

October 13, 2016 STOCKTON-A 9-year-old child was hospitalized Thursday after being struck by a vehicle in Stockto. more »»

Locals honored at Chamber awards banquet

October 13, 2016 One can’t help but feel a rush of pride and a buzz of excitement when a number of local persons and businesses are honored for the work that they do for the community. more »»

‘Black Lives Matter’

October 13, 2016 What started off as a typical school day for some at the State University of New York at Fredonia soon turned into an awareness-raising effort by student. more »»

Why can’t we be friends?

October 13, 2016 SUNY Fredonia hosted a Campus and Community Forum in the new science center Wednesday, and after the expected subjects of enrollment and campus building updates were discussed, the conversation took... more »»

Construction questions

October 13, 2016 Construction of a new hospital doesn’t happen every day in New York, according to Brooks Memorial Hospital CEO Mary LaRowe. more »»

Candidates discuss Family Court judge campaign plans

October 13, 2016 MAYVILLE — The Court Appointed Special Ad-vocates hosted a discussion Wednesday night at the Emergency Services building between two candidates running for Chautauqua County Family Court judge, in... more »»

Dunkirk, others awarded funds to fight vacant homes

October 12, 2016 Dunkirk is one of several municipalities across the state that will receive funds to combat vacant homes. On Tuesday, state Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced grant awards totaling $12. more »»

Burst steam pipe damages sections of Maytum Hall

October 12, 2016 The State University of New York at Fredonia has issued a statement after a steam pipe burst on the 4th floor of Maytum Hall around 7:45 p.m. Monday. more »»

Despite comments, Reed still backs Trump

October 12, 2016 Comments made by Donald Trump in 2005 about his actions toward women have rocked the Republican Party nationally. more »»

Rep. learns how ice cream gets made

October 12, 2016 It was an afternoon of ice cream and issues as Rep. Tom Reed visited Fieldbrook Foods in Dunkirk Tuesday as part of his Working and Listening Tour. more »»

Water bill worries in Forestville

October 12, 2016 FORESTVILLE — As part of its continued effort to sort out finance records, including the obtainment of figures regarding sums the village possesses, owes, and is owed, the Forestville municipal... more »»

Costly decision

October 11, 2016 It may feel like an interminable tango to some, but Fredonia’s dance with the possibility of joining the Northern Chautauqua County Regional Water District could be approaching its grand finale. more »»

‘Overdue honors’

October 11, 2016 RIPLEY — U.S. Army Sergeant Phillip Freligh was killed in Kuwait on March 12, 2001, yet his heroism has been mostly unacknowledged and uncelebrated — until now. more »»

Committee finds Swanson did not violate county fair campaign principles

October 11, 2016 All might be fair in love and war, but campaign politics can get a little murky. more »»

Council asked to further scrutinize budget

October 11, 2016 BROCTON — While a 3-percent decrease in town taxes was returned in the preliminary 2016-2017 budget handed over to the Portland Town Clerk recently, one town taxpayer questioned if that decrease... more »»

Howling success

October 10, 2016 With well over a hundred participants, a giant Jenga game, good food, cold drinks and even a break in the clouds, the second annual Pubs for Pups fundraiser for Sadie’s Safe Harbor Canine Rescue... more »»

CORRALLED: Bills stun Rams, 30-19

October 10, 2016 Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Jerry Hughes, left, pressures Los Angeles Rams quarterback Case Keenum, right, during the second half of their game, on Sunday, in Los Angeles. more »»

SUNY Fredonia right-sizes, right-serves

October 10, 2016 Traditionally, enrollment numbers can make or break a university’s budget. more »»

Newcomers invited to apply for Fredonia department heads

October 10, 2016 Fredonia is poised to lose two seasoned department heads over the next two months, and the village’s top official is encouraging local residents without prior village employment to come forward for... more »»

Council has other ideas to keep from going over the cap

October 10, 2016 Multiple members of Dunkirk’s Common Council were not in favor of going over the tax cap, instead offering other avenues to address the city’s budget situation. more »»



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