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Cattaraugus County To Get $2 Million For Mud Creek Bridge

August 27, 2014 CONEWANGO — The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved $2 million for the Route 62 Mud Creek Bridge. On Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office announced $47. more »»

McFadden Plans To Add Car Dealerships In Lakewood

August 27, 2014 LAKEWOOD — A moratorium in Lakewood is putting the brakes on one businessman’s plans to add more car dealerships. William McFadden, owner of the LUV Toyota dealership at 215 E. Fairmount Ave. more »»

Woman Dies After Thruway Rollover

August 26, 2014 An Eden woman died after a rollover accident early Sunday on the New York State Thruway. State Police report Kerilyn S. more »»

Value Of Hard Work

August 26, 2014 Monday was a busy day for Congressman Tom Reed, who stopped at Everyday’s True Value on his “Working and Listening” tour. more »»

Missing Man Found In NJ

August 26, 2014 A missing 81-year-old Cattaraugus County man has been located. State Police at Machias report that Walter Marsh, who had been missing from Franklinville, was located in good health at about 11:45 a.m. more »»

Police Seize More Than $20,000 From Man Fleeing Traffic Stop

August 26, 2014 Jamestown Police officers seized more than $20,000 from a man who fled from a traffic stop Sunday morning. At 10:30 a.. more »»

Reed Announces Assistance For ConAgra Employees

August 26, 2014 Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, announced assistance for ConAgra employees in Dunkirk and Fredonia Monday. more »»

International Humanitarian Law Dialogs Talk Nuremberg’s Legacy

August 26, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — Nearly 70 years ago, the Nuremberg trials determined the fate of more than 20 Nazi war criminals accused of committing crimes against humanity. Jamestown’s own Robert H. more »»

Community Gathers For Janes Memorial Event

August 25, 2014 BROCTON — In the small communities of northern Chautauqua County, it’s no secret that when there’s a need, community members respond in a large way. more »»

Hard Work Rewarded

August 25, 2014 Jamestown High School recently held an August graduation ceremony to honor seven graduates: Jose Lopez, Grace Ortiz, Julio Reyes-Torres, Karee Rizzo-Walker, David Silliman, Brandon Spangler and... more »»

Kimber Benefit Set For Saturday

August 25, 2014 GERRY— Zachary Kimber loves running around like other 7-year-old boys. However, due to limitations at birth, Zachary can no longer play sports and was pulled from gym class. more »»

Mower Poker Run Date Set For Sept. 6

August 25, 2014 MAYVILLE — Driving mowers around Mayville has become a yearly event in honor of Jack Carlson. more »»

Blue-Green Algae Sparks Fish Consumption Concerns

August 25, 2014 Blue-green algae has put a damper on all things aquatic at Chautauqua Lake — from beach closures to a concern for consumption of the lake’s fish. more »»

Lab Rats Uncovered

August 24, 2014 BROCTON — Three Brocton residents face drug charges that could reach the federal level after a bust at the Ellicott Estates on Saturday morning. Austin T. Syper, 35, Brian R. Saden, 40, and Susan . more »»

Rollover Sends Two To Hospital

August 24, 2014 A two-car accident at the intersection of Winch Road and West Fairmount Avenue sent two people to the hospital Saturday afternoon. more »»

‘Darkness To Light’ Set For Wednesday

August 24, 2014 The local Raymour & Flanigan store will turn its attention to matters other than selling furniture as it plays host to a community event this week. more »»

Council To Vote On Change Orders For Tracy Plaza Project

August 24, 2014 City officials have seen a decrease in the cost of the Tracy Plaza construction project. more »»

Corner Bar Demolition Process Moving Slowly

August 24, 2014 RIPLEY — Ripley Town Council members recently voted to reject a bid to install air conditioning through parts of the new town offices. Supervisor Doug Bowen said the bid of $32,000 from C. more »»

Wish Granted

August 23, 2014 SHERMAN — Sherman Central School District’s hopes to expand its pre-kindergarten program to full-day this year have now been made possible by funding from a state grant, board members learned... more »»

SUNY Fredonia, Comptroller Differ On Crime Data

August 23, 2014 FREDONIA — A report from the New York State Comptroller’s Office says the State University of New York at Fredonia underreported drug, alcohol and weapons crimes to the Department of Education in... more »»



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