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Dunkirk Police halt would-be store burglars

November 10, 2015 OBSERVER Staff Report An alert resident is credited for stopping two would-be burglars Sunday morning. According to the Dunkirk Police Department, around 5:15 a.m. more »»

Almost official: contracts on their way to approval with Fredonia Village Board

November 10, 2015 It was good news, happy expectation and a bittersweet goodbye at the Fredonia Village Board workshop and meeting Monday nigh. more »»

Landfill bonds

November 10, 2015 MAYVILLE — The proposed County Landfill expansion took an important step Monday as members of the Public Facilities Committee unanimously approved the issuance of $18 million in bonds. more »»

Cattaraugus Creek dredging drawn out, concerns mount

November 10, 2015 HANOVER — Hanover Town Board members are left trying to dredge up hope that the Cattaraugus Creek recreational channel will be dredged this spring. more »»

Demolition and development go together in city of Dunkirk

November 9, 2015 The city of Dunkirk is preparing for what comes after the demolition of the former Al Tech Specialty Steel Lucas Avenue facility. more »»

Forestville looking into audit from 2012 to now

November 9, 2015 FORESTVILLE — With Forestville’s financial status unknown, the village board is looking to shed light on the situation. more »»

Pomfret approves Fredonia fire pact with little fanfare

November 9, 2015 Negotiations surrounding the continuation of emergency services to the town of Pomfret outside the village of Fredonia have managed to dodge the dramatic back and forth seen in past years. more »»

Student-teachers from Australia draw crowds

November 9, 2015 “I guess we’re sort of like a novelty here,” explained Matthew Unwin, one of six Australian student-teachers currently visiting SUNY Fredonia from the University of the Sunshine Coas. more »»

Remembering Brad Anderson

November 8, 2015 BROCTON — Despite the loss of Marmaduke illustrator and Portland native, Brad Anderson, efforts are rapidly progressing to profoundly honor and memorialize him and his beloved canine cartoon... more »»

A bigger dip

November 8, 2015 With Dunkirk’s Big Dipper closed for the season, the real work is about to begin for owners Carmen Oliver and Terri Stoesse. more »»

Voter turnout low for local elections

November 8, 2015 The 2015 election presented voters with a ballot predominately filled with local races. more »»

Skeptics question number of fatal drug overdose victims in county

November 8, 2015 Chautauqua County averaged nine fatal drug overdoses in the past five years — but skeptics are not convinced. more »»

SUNY Fredonia students participate in Fall Sweep

November 8, 2015 What started as a group of friends going out into the Fredonia community to rake lawns has turned into an event that has just hit its 11th year. more »»

SUNY Fredonia continues Veterans Week with author visit

November 7, 2015 Before listening to what veteran and author Matt Gallagher had to say on Thursday, Fredonia senior Naomi Lynch had mixed feelings about this country and its decisions regarding foreign affairs. more »»

Silver Creek to discuss sheriff’s contract

November 7, 2015 SILVER CREEK — The Silver Creek Village Board has dedicated an upcoming special meeting to the continuation of an agreement for enhanced police protection from the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Offic. more »»

Study says minimum wage hike puts 200,000 jobs at risk

November 7, 2015 An increase in the minimum wage to $15 across New York state could put 200,000 to 588,800 low-wage jobs at risk, according to a report released by the Empire Center for Public Policy and the America... more »»

Questions on water district raised by city leaders

November 7, 2015 Dunkirk officials met Friday to discuss concerns that still exist about some items regarding the city’s participation as the provider for the proposed North County Water District. more »»

Get out!

November 7, 2015 Sometimes the burning house wins. All trained fire and emergency personnel know this — and they know when to get out. Julius Leone Jr. more »»

Hazelton, board applaud shared sports programs

November 6, 2015 FORESTVILLE — A difficult decision was made when Forestville Central School decided to combine some of its athletic programs with neighboring school districts Silver Creek, Fredonia and Dunkirk. more »»

Reservoir repair funding closer

November 6, 2015 U.S. Sen. Charles E. more »»



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