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Youth basketball jerseys stolen

July 16, 2016 An act of theft in the city of Dunkirk is being used as a learning tool. Sixto Rosario, owner and CEO of the Chautauqua Hurricane and Jr. more »»

City seeks diversity in hiring

July 16, 2016 Dunkirk is a diverse city — why doesn’t the city’s hiring reflect that? This was a question posed by Common Council members during a recent personnel committee meeting. more »»

Push, pass, dash: Runners unite for the Laurel Relay!

July 16, 2016 About five dozen runners (and one cyclist!) of all ages came together Friday for the annual Laurel Flag Relay from Jamestown to Dunkirk. more »»

State focus on Gowanda prompts administration change

July 16, 2016 GOWANDA — After New York state labeled Gowanda Middle School a focus school and the district a focus district, Gowanda’s Board of Education approved a change in the administration. more »»

State issues drought watch

July 16, 2016 New York state Department of Environmental Con-servation Comm-issioner Basil Seggos today issued a drought watch for the entire state of New York following consultation with the State Drought... more »»

4 HURT IN CRASH

July 15, 2016 IRVING — A two-vehicle crash shut down all lanes of Routes 5 and 20 Thursday around 8:30 p.m. more »»

Pomfret hikes water, sewer rates

July 15, 2016 Pomfret water and sewer users: Watch out — your rates are on the rise again. more »»

World War II vet more than up to par in golf duties

July 15, 2016 Rowland Mahany says golf is in his blood. more »»

City recovers seawall grants

July 15, 2016 Finding money you forgot in your pockets in the wash is a nice surprise, but nothing compared to the amount the city of Dunkirk found in grant money that was nearly lost. more »»

Pine Valley, area BOCES part of state learning effort

July 15, 2016 Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES and Erie 2 BOCES have announced a partnership with a leading personalized learning consultancy, Education Elements, to design and implement personalized learning across 11... more »»

Ship comes in for city marina

July 14, 2016 A change in ownership and operation at the Chadwick Bay Marina has put the wind in the sails of all those involved in seeing the sale close Wednesday. more »»

Fundraiser for Frank Herrington Sunday

July 14, 2016 Hope — and a goal. These are two important factors in fighting any cancer diagnosi. more »»

Pomfret seeks early end to solar fields embargo

July 14, 2016 Sunny days may be on the horizon sooner rather than later for anyone looking to carry out a large solar project in the town of Pomfret. more »»

The Raque — our story and history

July 14, 2016 The Dunkirk High School Class of 1971 is holding its 45th reunion this weekend and as part of the festivities, a group of classmates is getting the band back together. more »»

ANOTHER EXITS

July 13, 2016 SHERIDAN — Chautauqua County suffered yet another blow Tuesday when all 54 employees at the Berry Plastics plant learned they will be permanently laid off over the next 90 days. more »»

Forestville OKs dissolution plan

July 13, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Though speed bumps may lie ahead, for now, Forestville is moving steadily toward dissolution. more »»

Indiana family’s vacation dreams go up in smoke

July 13, 2016 IRVING — A cross-country RV trip was cut short for one Indiana family Tuesday morning, when their 1977 motor home caught fire while they were traveling west on the New York State Thruway. more »»

First Niagara downtown branch to close in October

July 13, 2016 Not too surprisingly, the First Niagara Branch in Dunkirk will be closed in October. The building that sits at Fourth Street and Central Avenue is expected to be put up for sale. more »»

BERRY PLASTICS SLATED FOR CLOSURE

July 12, 2016 SHERIDAN - Berry Plastics' 54 employees in Sheridan received notice today that they will be permanently laid off over the next 90 days. more »»

Movement comes to town

July 12, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — As protests roil across the nation, and two young black men and five police officers lay dead in the aftermath of last week, Chautauqua Institution became a platform for part of the... more »»

 
 

 

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