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Halloween goes teal

October 9, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Picture this sad scene: A little kid, all dressed up on Halloween, with no place to go because he has severe food allergies and can’t go trick-or-treating. more »»

Seeking a spot for Brooks

October 9, 2016 Brooks Memorial Hospital’s new site may have a tight timeline and a long list of criteria, but that does not mean it is without options. more »»

Convicted DPW director speaks out

October 9, 2016 Westfield’s Department of Public Works director is speaking out publicly for the first time today regarding the decision to dump raw sewage into the Chautauqua Creek in June 2014. more »»

Firefighters attend Ronald J. Keddie Memorial Weekend training

October 9, 2016 As much as Ronald J. Keddie was passionate about firefighting, so too was his commitment toward training. more »»

YouTube to Hollywood

October 8, 2016 A YouTube video made by local students is being featured in a national movi. more »»

ROUTE 60: Culvert work completed

October 8, 2016 It took nearly 13 weeks, but the New York State Department of Transportation in Buffalo has finished its culvert replacement project on Route 60 in the town of Pomfret near lower Spoden Road Frida. more »»

Setting Halloween hours is not a sweet treat

October 8, 2016 Setting trick or treat hours turned out to be anything but a treat for Dunkirk Common Council. more »»

Legislators want cuts in county budget

October 8, 2016 MAYVILLE — County legislators are beginning to sharpen their budget cutting shears as a review of the proposed 2017 budget revealed millions of dollars in increased spending. more »»

Candidates discuss school consolidation, efficiencies

October 8, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the third article of four in a series of articles on a debate held by The Post-Journal and the OBSERVER between Republican state Sen. more »»

Thanking those in blue

October 7, 2016 WESTFIELD — The Westfield Ministerial Association, representing seven local churches in Westfield, provided dinner for officers of the Westfield Police Department at Eason Hall in appreciation of... more »»

Regional district progresses, Fredonia’s deadline looms

October 7, 2016 There are still a few things the North County Water District has to figure out as the work toward putting waterlines in the ground moves forward. more »»

Pine Valley cracks down on extracurricular participants

October 7, 2016 SOUTH DAYTON — As is typical in most, if not all, school districts, those who participate in extracurricular activities have a separate code of conduct that they must abide by. more »»

Young, Hyson outline ethics plans, disagree on LLC reform

October 7, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the second of four in a series of articles on a debate held by The Post-Journal and The OBSERVER between Republican state Sen. Cathy Young and Democratic opponent Lee Hyson. more »»

Pitch for savings

October 6, 2016 Dunkirk Common Council members agreed there are few negatives to engaging the state’s financial restructuring boar. more »»

Young and Hyson talk minimum wage in differing lights

October 6, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the first of four in a series of articles on a debate held by The Post-Journal and the OBSERVER between Republican state Sen. Cathy Young and Democratic opponent Lee Hyson. more »»

Fired up over safety

October 6, 2016 The first week of October is a busy one for the City of Dunkirk Fire Department. But it’s not putting out fires that has firefighters going from school to school — it’s Fire Prevention Week. more »»

Silver Creek mayor responds to beach problems

October 6, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Earlier this week, Silver Creek Mayor Nick Piccolo said the problems in George Borrello Park are already being addressed. On Sept. more »»

Horsin’ around

October 5, 2016 CHARLOTTE — It’s time to grab your saddle! After more than five years in the making, equestrians in Chautauqua County can now enjoy 20 additional miles of trails, running from the northern tip of... more »»

Residents unleash city dog park support

October 5, 2016 For many, dogs are more than a pet; they are like children. And like children, they would like a place to play outside. more »»

Pomfret bypasses tax cap override, delves into budget process

October 5, 2016 After a surge in taxes for property owners outside the village of Fredonia, the Pomfret Town Board has decided to skirt implementing the safety net of a tax cap override for the 2017 budget. more »»



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