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City Conducts Emergency Demolition At Former Crawford Furniture Atlas Division

June 17, 2015 A partial roof collapse occurred Monday night at the former Crawford Furniture Atlas Division building, located at 40 Winsor St. On Tuesday, an emergency demolition ensue. more »»

City Conducts Emergency Demolition At Former Crawford Furniture Atlas Division

June 16, 2015 A partial roof collapse occurred Monday night at the former Crawford Furniture Atlas Division building, located at 40 Winsor St. On Tuesday, an emergency demolition ensue. more »»

IDA 'Very Close' To Bringing Jobs Back To Former ConAgra Facility

June 16, 2015 Manufacturing activity at the former Dunkirk ConAgra facility may soon resume. more »»

Family Fun

June 16, 2015 RANDOLPH — Historic Main Street will be lined with booths of crafters, artisans and other vendors when Randolph’s 43rd annual Arts and Crafts Festival is in full-swing Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.. more »»

Under Contract

June 16, 2015 For the first time in four years, all six city employee unions are under contrac. more »»

Police Seize 237 Bags Of Heroin

June 16, 2015 An investigation into heroin sales and trafficking netted 237 bags of heroin Monday at a 220 McKinley Ave. apartmen. more »»

Reed: National Strategic Agenda Gaining Traction

June 16, 2015 The development of a new National Strategic Agenda is seeing movement after introduction in the House in April. U.S. Rep. more »»

Love Conquers All

June 15, 2015 Despite a tricky situation, Jamestown Public School officials believe Love Elementary School staff and the community have been very understanding about closing the building. more »»

Several County Middle Schools Break Top 100 Business First Rankings

June 15, 2015 Many local middle schools have earned spots in the top 100 of Buffalo Business First’s annual rankings. more »»

City To Vote On Two Union Deals Tonight

June 15, 2015 For the first time since 2011, all six city employee collective bargaining units may soon be under contract. more »»

Important Step Taken To Lower City Health Insurance Costs

June 15, 2015 An important step has been taken to lower the costs of city employee health insurance. more »»

Act Of Valor

June 14, 2015 WESTFIELD — The boom of cannon fire opened a celebration in honor of Lt. Col. Alonzo H. Cushing, a Fredonia-born Civil War hero, on Saturda. more »»

Native Couple Shares Story Of Same-Sex Marriage Case

June 14, 2015 Is marriage a fundamental right, and are states required to issue marriage liscences to same-sex couples according to the 14th Amendment? Are they required to recognize a same-sex marriage performed... more »»

Bill Aims To Expand Access To Suboxone

June 14, 2015 Federal restrictions on Suboxone — the prescription medication used to treat opioid addiction — and the dearth of certified doctors who can prescribe it have many addicts feeling left in the lu. more »»

Property Tax Cap Could Sink To Zero In 2015-16

June 14, 2015 While some are encouraging legislators to keep the property tax cap this year, a group of education officials explain that the 2 percent tax cap may soon be zero. more »»

Red, White And Blue

June 13, 2015 Pride in the red, white and blue was obvious as a troupe of Southwestern Elementary School students performed a special play in honor of Flag Day on Friday afternoon. more »»

State Smoking Rates At All-Time Low

June 13, 2015 The number of New Yorkers picking up a cigarette today is at an all-time low, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but figures in Chautauqua County remain above the state and national averages. more »»

Contentious Issues Remain In Albany

June 13, 2015 ALBANY — Several contentious issues for the New York State Legislature await action in the final week of sessio. more »»

Study Concludes More Primary Care Physicians Needed

June 13, 2015 A recent survey concluded what many medical professionals already know: Upstate New York needs more primary care physicians. more »»

Pigskins 'N' Ponytails

June 12, 2015 FALCONER — The ladies of Falconer High School took to the football field Thursday night as part of a schoolwide challenge. more »»

 
 
 

 

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