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Helping Hand

October 20, 2015 Students entering kindergarten and seventh grade at Frewsburg Central School are starting out the year right with help from the Frewsburg Faculty Association teachers union. more »»

Trial Date Set For Former Ellicott Court Clerk

October 20, 2015 MAYVILLE—Jury selection for the trial of Jennifer L. Piazza, the former Ellicott court clerk accused of pocketing more than $30,000 in court funds, will begin Feb. 9. more »»

Police Look Into Death In Falconer

October 20, 2015 FALCONER—Ellicott police responded to the unattended death of a Falconer woman Sunday at her 117 E. Falconer St. apartment. According to William L. Ohnmeiss Jr. more »»

Empire State Development Approves Funding For Bush Industries

October 20, 2015 The Empire State Development Board of Directors have officially approved $900,000 in funding for Bush Industries as announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday. more »»

Love To Read

October 19, 2015 FALCONER — Off of North Work Street in Falconer, an open-air structure stands as the “Little Free Library” for passerbys to take books at any time of the day. more »»

Plans Continue For Gerry Holiday Festival

October 19, 2015 GERRY — The Gerry Holiday Festival committee met Thursday to discuss the upcoming festival. The inaugural Gerry Holiday Festival will be held Saturday, Nov. 28, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. more »»

Ellery Splits Landfill Local Law Into Two

October 19, 2015 ELLERY — After tabling a local law concerning the expansion of solid waste management facilities twice, the Ellery Town Board decided to terminate the current proposal and create two separate loca... more »»

Chautauqua Lake Association Adds To Board Of Directors

October 18, 2015 LAKEWOOD — The Chautauqua Lake Association has appointed John Ford to its board of directors. more »»

Library To Host Tax Assistance Training

October 18, 2015 The James Prendergast Library will host training on Saturdays beginning Nov. more »»

In Years Past

October 18, 2015 ¯ In 1915, the state Public Service Commission was considering measures to make at-grade railroad crossings safer and was asking automobile clubs to  consider meeting on Oct. more »»

Fredonia Hosting ‘Terror In The Trees’

October 18, 2015 FREDONIA — The State University at Fredonia’s Interactive Theater Society’s annual “Terror in the Trees” will be held Thursday through Saturday and Oct. 29-31, from 8 p.m. to midnight all nights. more »»

Chautauqua County Legislator Paul Wendel Seeks Re-Election

October 18, 2015 Chautauqua County Legislator Paul “PJ” Wendel is seeking re-election in District 10. more »»

Poland Seniors To Meet Wednesday

October 18, 2015 KENNEDY — The town of Poland Seniors will meet for a potluck lunch on Wednesday at noon in the Kennedy Fire Hall. Carolyn Wiemark, Bonnie Piazza and Sandy Jones will be the committee. more »»

MGHS Announces Scholarship Recipients

October 18, 2015 Julie Verdonik, Maple Grove Junior-Senior High School principal, recently announced that Emily Allen and Francis Zuroski have been named Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship... more »»

Historical Society Completes Museum Renovations

October 18, 2015 SINCLAIRVILLE — The Valley Historical Society recently completed many repairs and updates to the museum building in Sinclairville. more »»

DEC Warns Against Exploring Bat Caves

October 18, 2015 The state Department of Environmental Conservation is asking those spending time outdoors to suspend exploration of cave and mine sites that serve as homes for bat hibernations. more »»

Fletcher Fourth-Graders Use Scavenger Hunt To Discover More About Nonfiction Features

October 18, 2015 Fletcher Elementary School fourth-graders in Andrea Marsh’s class recently held a “scavenger hunt” to learn more about nonfiction features such as graphs, charts, captions and bold/italicized print... more »»

Uptown Salon Goes Pink In Support Of WCA Hospital

October 18, 2015 For the entire month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Uptown Salon is raising awareness and funds in support of cancer care by dying pink streaks for $7 and today, all haircuts will be... more »»

Jackson Center Continues Defenders Of Freedom Project

October 18, 2015 Roland Swanson, World War II veteran and Seabee, is pictured at right in a meeting with Tom Schmidt, Robert H. Jackson Center executive director. more »»

Westfield Native Receives College Of Health Professions Alumni Scholarship Award

October 18, 2015 SYRACUSE — The College of Health Professions Alumni Association of Upstate Medical University in Syracuse recently awarded Zachary Kitchen of Westfield, a student in Upstate’s Physician Assistant... more »»



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