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Hope for Hospice from CVCS students

May 9, 2015 CASSADAGA – Cassadaga Valley High School students, faculty and staff gathered in awe around a mound of boxes taller than themselves, each box holding a dozen roses Friday afternoon. more »»

Former Niagara Motors site going out to bid

May 9, 2015 By JEREMY IZZIO OBSERVER Staff Writer If all goes as planned, the city of Dunkirk could have one of its vacant properties back on the tax roll in the near future. more »»

Board appoints farmer’s market director

May 9, 2015 Following the resignation of former Farmer’s Market Manager Peggy Szczukowski, the Dunkirk Local Development Corporation was able to fill the vacancy during Friday’s Board of Director’s meeting. more »»

Sager family files lawsuit

May 8, 2015 With the eventually fatal attack on William Sager Jr. more »»

SUNY Fredonia economic impact estimated at $330 million

May 8, 2015 Special to the OBSERVER The State University of New York at Fredonia has released an economic impact report detailing the results of a third-party study conducted to determine the university’s... more »»

Powerful presentation

May 8, 2015 GOWANDA — With prom upcoming on Saturday, the Gowanda Central School District did not want any mothers to have a tragedy on Mother’s Day. more »»

Cuomo proposes minimum wage panel

May 8, 2015 Gov. Andrew Cuomo formally announced a plan for a minimum wage increase — without the need for legislative approval — during a Thursday rally in New York City. more »»

‘FRED Fest’ draws college reaction

May 7, 2015 The weekend formerly known as FRED Fest was still fresh in the minds of the College Council Wednesday. more »»

Scam alert issued by Dunkirk police

May 7, 2015 OBSERVER Staff Report The Dunkirk Police Department late this morning reported it has received complaints from residents regarding a scam related to receiving a call that a Verizon repair crew will... more »»

On the lookout

May 7, 2015 With people relying heavily on the Internet and their smartphones now more than ever, the city of Dunkirk Police Department is upping the ante when it comes to the community’s assistance in reportin... more »»

Dunkirk student wins CASAC poster contest

May 7, 2015 JAMESTOWN — The 2015 Chautauqua Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Council Poster Contest grand prize winner is Autumn Rivera of the Dunkirk city School District. more »»

Gowanda hears Safe Routes to School update

May 7, 2015 GOWANDA — This weekend, the village of Gowanda, community members and members of the Gowanda Central School will be on the mov. more »»

Hanover receives engineer’s updates on projects

May 7, 2015 HANOVER — The construction season is underway and the town of Hanover received updates on several projects. more »»

TD for teacher

May 6, 2015 FORESTVILLE — Forestville Elementary School second-grade teacher Scott Hazelton had no idea what he was getting himself into when he came across an advertisement for the M&T Bank Touchdown for... more »»

Murder conviction quashed

May 6, 2015 BUFFALO — The man convicted of intentionally killing Silver Creek native and Air National Guardsman William Sager Jr. received a second chance at a less severe penalty, if any penalty at all. more »»

Water resolutions finally approved

May 6, 2015 On March 3, the Dunkirk Common Council passed a resolution approving a bid for work on the Benton Street water tank. more »»

Chautauqua Center gets $700K grant to expand

May 6, 2015 A $702,000 federal grant will help The Chautauqua Center in Dunkirk expand its services further across Chautauqua County. more »»

Officials respond to Skelos’ innocence amid charges

May 6, 2015 State officials representing Chautauqua County released statements following the arrest of Dean Skelos, state Senate majority leader. more »»

Tourism called key to county revitalization

May 5, 2015 The Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau held its 57th Annual Meeting at The White Inn Monday to help promote tourism within the county. more »»

Cancelled?

May 5, 2015 Although a February announcement ended college-sponsored activities known collectively as FRED Fest, standard arrest trends for the annual celebration continued over this past weekend, according to... more »»

 
 

 

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