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Treasurer dubious on water district benefit to Dunkirk

November 19, 2015 Not all Dunkirk elected officials are in agreement that the water supply agreement the Common Council approved Tuesday is all that good for the city. more »»

11 cats/kittens rescued from house set for demolition

November 19, 2015 Happiness is a warm, fuzzy kitten — or five! That joy multiplies a hundredfold for all the volunteer rescuers, including this writer, whose patient efforts brought 11 cats and kittens in from the... more »»

IDA authorizes loan requests at Carriage House facility

November 18, 2015 Activity at the Fredonia Carriage House facility will soon resume under an owner with past success in leasing space for usage of a wide variety. more »»

Do not blame El Nino this week

November 18, 2015 This week’s gusting winds and chilly temperatures aren’t the fault of El Nino, according to Aaron Reynolds, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Buffalo. more »»

Pomfret approves large outside-the-village tax hike

November 18, 2015 Outside-the-village residents within the town of Pomfret are going to have to dig a little deeper into their pockets as a 35 percent tax increase was passed at a recent Pomfret Town Board meeting. more »»

Council OKs agreement to become provider for proposed water district

November 18, 2015 The city of Dunkirk is officially on board as the supplier for a proposed North County Water District. more »»

French flag flies at City Hall

November 18, 2015 A French flag is currently being flown below the United States’ Stars and Stripes at Dunkirk’s City Hall but apparently is will be gone from the pole today. Mayor Anthony J. more »»

City hearing on water rate increase today

November 17, 2015 City of Dunkirk water customers have their chance today to comment on proposed rate increases that will take effect Jan. 1 if Common Council approves Resolution 82-2015. The 5:15 p.m. more »»

Fredonia Village Board vacancy inspires several volunteers

November 17, 2015 Filling the vacancy left by Susan Mackay is the top priority for many members of the Fredonia Village Board, including Mackay herself. more »»

Goodell responds to minimum wage hike for state employees

November 17, 2015 Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s unilateral decision to give workers in the public sector a $15 an hour minimum wage was welcomed by many who see the current $8. more »»

Renewed interest?

November 17, 2015 SILVER CREEK — Seeing a new apartment complex take the place of a deteriorating school and homes and watersports hangout take the place of unused village property are on Silver Creek’s new year’s... more »»

Water issues on council agenda

November 17, 2015 The Dunkirk Common Council will consider two resolutions dealing with the city’s water system when it meets today in City Hall at 5:30 p.m. more »»

Two found dead at fire scene

November 17, 2015 JAMESTOWN - On Monday at approximately 5 p.m. more »»

Collins Town Board passes budget with slight hike

November 16, 2015 COLLINS — Dave Tessmer, supervisor for the town of Collins, announced the good news at a recent town board meeting: despite 2 percent salary increases for all town employees, the 2016 tax rate... more »»

Leaders defend workers’ benefits

November 16, 2015 PERRYSBURG — Lead-ers in Perrysburg say they want to keep valuable highway department employees, and if paying for their health benefits does the trick, so be i. more »»

Gowanda officials re-examine bus route efficiency

November 16, 2015 GOWANDA — Four miles + $5,000 = about an hour. more »»

Illegal credit card skimmers targeted by county officials

November 16, 2015 The crackdown is underway on illegal credit and debit card skimmers at gas pumps across New York, but the task will be onerous for a slim Chautauqua County Measures and Weights Department. more »»

Women of the Moose of Westfield assist flood victims

November 16, 2015 WESTFIELD — The Women of the Moose of Westfield recently made a donation of more than $5,000 to the Long-Term Recover Fund held at the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation. more »»

Unemployment, lack of identification contributors to recidivism

November 15, 2015 MAYVILLE — For the majority of inmates transitioning out of the county jail and into the community, the lack of a job or any personal identification remain the leading causes of recidivism. more »»

Spaccs mark 60 years of keeping it in the family

November 15, 2015 Larry Spacc GMC, at 4037 Vineyard Drive, Dunkirk, is marking 60 years in business with a celebration that began Wednesday and will end on Nov. 2. more »»



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