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Light agenda leads to heavy discussion

August 19, 2015 It’s not always about the agenda and with just two resolutions and a few approvals for requests to deal with, the Dunkirk Common Council’s attention turned to some other issues of concern. more »»

Manufacturer gets CCIDA help

August 19, 2015 A city of Dunkirk manufacturing company will be getting a little help. Rem-tronics Inc. more »»

Dunkirk manufacturer gets CCIDA help

August 18, 2015 Rem-tronics Inc. more »»

Main break

August 18, 2015 SILVER CREEK — A boil water and water conservation order remains in effect for the village of Silver Creek after multiple water issues left the village and town of Hanover scrambling Monday afternoon. more »»

City considers seven harborfront parcels

August 18, 2015 Development on the city of Dunkirk harborfront has been the goal of many a city of Dunkirk administratio. more »»

Public works issues focus of committee

August 18, 2015 News about city of Dunkirk public works issues was mixed during a meeting Monday of the Common Council Public Works Committee. more »»

Time flies

August 18, 2015 JAMESTOWN — Vintage aircraft far removed from their glory days in the early to mid-1940s are now on full display at the Chautauqua County-Jamestown Airport at Robert H. Jackson Fiel. more »»

Land and water riles up Gowanda residents

August 18, 2015 GOWANDA — Gowanda landlords banded together recently to voice their concerns at a public hearing on two proposals from the village board. more »»

CLCS, Ripley call for tuition incentive aid

August 17, 2015 MAYVILLE — Two local education officials are advocating for a tuitioning aid proposal that would help districts offer better programming and maintain their individual identities with a state... more »»

Microbead ban could be in line for county

August 17, 2015 A ban on cosmetic products containing microbeads could be in line for Chautauqua County following a neighboring county’s move to restrict such items. more »»

Ag district changes hold up zoning changes for Hanover

August 17, 2015 HANOVER — Over the past few years, the Hanover planning and zoning boards and the code enforcement officer have kept a list of zoning changes and clarifications they would like to see. more »»

Four charged after Fredonia robbery/assault

August 17, 2015 The Fredonia Police Department has charged four people in connection with a reported robbery/assaul. more »»

Relatives and friends recall Harry Kaus Jr.

August 17, 2015 CASSADAGA — Many in the local area may remember Dunkirk’s Harry Leonard Kaus Jr. more »»

Brooks’ rift grows for leaders, nurses

August 16, 2015 Finances are not the only crisis facing Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk during its recent years of tumult. more »»

Four charged after reported robbery/assault in Fredonia

August 16, 2015 OBSERVER Staff Report The Fredonia Police Department has announced the arrest of four people in connection with a reported robbery/assault. more »»

Fredonia $47K in hole with ambulance business

August 16, 2015 The village of Fredonia’s ambulance transport business is operating in the red when factoring in expenses associated with the hiring of two additional full-time firefighters and bumping one... more »»

Area districts have mixed scores on grades 3-8 assessments

August 16, 2015 Test results released this past week gave insight into how third- through eighth-grade students measure up against the Common Core Learning Standard. more »»

Cremations affecting funding for some cemetery associations

August 16, 2015 Burial practices are changing, and some area cemetery associations are feeling the effects. more »»

Battle of Lighthouse Point rages on for third year in Dunkirk

August 16, 2015 The Dunkirk Lighthouse & Veterans Park Museum celebrated its third annual Battle of Lighthouse Point as part of the International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend Celebration, Festival and Craft Show... more »»

Chautauqua Institution faces tough decision on Amp by Aug. 29

August 15, 2015 By CAROLYN THOMPSON Associated Press CHAUTAUQUA — The Chautauqua Institution must choose between programming and preservation in deciding the future of its 122-year-old amphitheater, a panel of... more »»

 
 

 

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