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Hole causes detour

April 9, 2014 You may have to adjust your travel plans for a while today as the city of Dunkirk Department of Public Works has announced a temporary closing of a portion of a major city thoroughfare. more »»

Former Red Wing president gives his take on closing

April 9, 2014 Since the announced closing of the Dunkirk and Fredonia Carriage House operations by owner ConAgra, speculation as to why and what could have prevented it have become a local pastime of sorts. more »»

Detour on Central Avenue in city

April 8, 2014 The city of Dunkirk Department of Public Works has announced a temporary closing of a portion of a major city thoroughfare. more »»

Committee hears some decent news

April 8, 2014 It wasn’t great news, but it wasn’t bad news either that the Dunkirk Common Council Finance Committee heard when it met Monday afternoon in City Hall. Mayor Anthony J. more »»

Silver Creek ‘trims fat,’ still over cap

April 8, 2014 SILVER CREEK — Although the Silver Creek Village Board reportedly “trimmed a lot of fat,” the tentative budget presented Monday was still over the 2 percent tax cap. more »»

EPIC expansion benefits seniors

April 8, 2014 An estimated 25,000 senior citizens across the state could benefit from increased funding within the New York state budget for the Elderly Pharmaceutical In-surance Coverage program. more »»

Safety vs. privacy

April 8, 2014 A proposed local law in the village of Fredonia may soon ban the use of rooftops on private property in any manner that puts the safety of anyone in jeopardy. more »»

Village of Gowanda addresses pothole problem

April 8, 2014 GOWANDA — The pothole problem in Gowanda was discussed at a recent village board workshop. more »»

Brocton takes early look at budget

April 7, 2014 BROCTON — An early look at the village of Brocton’s budget Wednes-day during a public hearing hints at a slight decrease in tax rates, but may still call for an increase in water and sewer rate. more »»

Cattaraugus County IDA gets clean fiscal bill of health

April 7, 2014 ELLICOTTVILLE — Despite some revenue numbers being lower in comparison to previous years, the Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency Board received a clean audit report. more »»

County at bottom of health rankings

April 7, 2014 Efforts to make Chau-tauqua County healthier are nothing new, but may be emphasized after recent reports placed the county among the worst in terms of state health rankings. more »»

Schumer launches plan to combat heroin epidemic

April 7, 2014 Imagine a database that would allow law enforcement officials to crack down on heroin and other drugs more effectively. more »»

Benefit set for teacher, students

April 7, 2014 A beloved Fredonia Elementary School teacher has been diagnosed with cancer and has been out of school since the winter break. more »»

March for Meals marches on

April 7, 2014 Having a hot meal, a friendly smile and someone to check in on their well-being everyday can make a huge difference in a person’s life. more »»

City native among giants

April 6, 2014 Donato Tramuto, the CEO and Chairman of Physicians Interactive In. more »»

National Grid defends higher electric rates

April 6, 2014 Not only has this winter caused record-breaking temperatures, snowfall, and utter misery, it has also caused a very heavy burden on the electric bill. more »»

Few options for massive tax hike in Forestville

April 6, 2014 The 445 percent proposed increase in the tax rate for the village of Forestville has caught the attention of county and state officials, but it is still unclear if they can be of any help. more »»

Letter to those skipping Common Core tests prompts concern

April 6, 2014 SILVER CREEK — Common Core has become the giant elephant in the room, which schools across the county have mixed feelings about. more »»

‘Buy a Brick Campaign’ kicks off

April 6, 2014 GOWANDA — The Gowanda Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary is calling upon local residents and businesses to be a part of history. more »»

Former SUNY Fredonia student to join MTV reality show

April 5, 2014 When Harrison Bader, a former SUNY Fredonia student, came across an application for MTV’s “House of Food,” he applied on a whim. more »»



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