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Collins Town Board appoints highway superintendent

September 21, 2015 COLLINS — At a recent town board meeting, Collins councilpersons appointed former Deputy Highway Superintendent Peter Waterman as the new highway superintendent for the municipality. more »»

SUNY Fredonia student finalist on ‘Big Brother’

September 21, 2015 After three months sequestered from the outside world and duking it out with 16 other people, a State University of New York at Fredonia student is closing in on a very possible victory. more »»

Area groups well-represented in Festival of Grapes parade

September 21, 2015 SILVER CREEK — While Saturday’s wet and dreary weather prevented many from enjoying the attractions at this year’s Festival of Grapes, Sunday was able to turn over a new grapevine leaf to allow for... more »»

‘Hello, it’s me’

September 20, 2015 Local author and fan favorite Wendy Corsi Staub has a career — and an imagination — that knows no bounds. more »»

Pair charged after traffic stop early today

September 20, 2015 OBSERVER Staff Report The Dunkirk Police Department made two arrests early today following a warrant investigation on a vehicle and traffic stop. At about 2:05 a.m. officers spotted Justin T. more »»

Three possible partners emerge for Brooks

September 20, 2015 At least three potential affiliation partners are in the mix regarding the future direction of Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk. more »»

October bid for Al Tech Lucas Avenue demolition

September 20, 2015 The long-awaited demolition and remediation of the former Al Tech Specialty Steel Lucas Avenue facility will apparently go to bid in October. more »»

Two local residents win tickets to see pope

September 20, 2015 For a few lucky New Yorkers, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer provided a once in a lifetime opportunity — to see Pope Francis in Washington D.C. Two of these winners happen to be from Chautauqua Coun. more »»

Behind the scenes of Silver Creek’s Grape Stomp

September 20, 2015 SILVER CREEK — Sitting on the bleachers on Park Place in Silver Creek on a September evening is not the only view of the annual Grape Stomp. more »»

Same old lines, same old problems

September 19, 2015 More than 20 West Dunkirk residents showed up to a recent town board meeting, determined to express their mounting concerns over aging fire hydrants and water lines — some of which haven’t been... more »»

Residents complain with little feedback

September 19, 2015 FORESTVILLE — At the recent Forestville Village Board meeting, the public comment portion was a very one-sided conversatio. more »»

County tackles workforce readiness

September 19, 2015 Although the latest unemployment rate for Chautauqua County hovers around 6. more »»

Family Church Fredonia purchases historic facility

September 19, 2015 A historical landmark in Fredonia has a new owner. Family Church Fredonia, located at 45 Lakeview Avenue, has purchased Fredonia Baptist Church, located at the corner of Church and Temple streets. more »»

Firefighters do their best to hose the competition

September 19, 2015 SILVER CREEK — If you can’t take the cold, wet spray of a fire hose gone haywire, stand back. Stand way, way back. more »»

Friday Night Football Scores

September 18, 2015 Gowanda 37, Cattaraugus Little Valley 14 Dunkirk 7, East Aurora 2 Silver Creek 32, JFK 0 Allegany-Limestone 52, Cassadaga Valley 0 Lake Shore 21, Iroquois 17 Fredonia 14, Pioneer 13 ... more »»

Foley gets endorsement of major parties for county judge

September 18, 2015 Becoming the next Chautauqua County Court judge is now a growing reality for district attorney David Foley, who this week garnered the endorsements of all four major political parties. more »»

The 48th annual Festival of Grapes kicks off

September 18, 2015 SILVER CREEK — Squish, squish, smash, splash were the sounds heard as thousands of grapes were stomped underfoot at the opening of the Festival of Grapes Thursday. more »»

Sheridan feels ‘disrespected’ in North County Water District process

September 18, 2015 SHERIDAN — Tensions are flaring in Sheridan with regards to the possible formation of the North County Water Distric. more »»

Villenova once again overrides state tax cap

September 18, 2015 VILLENOVA — To the chagrin of many residents in attendance, the Villenova Town Board once again voted to override the state-imposed real property tax cap at a recent town board meeting. more »»



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