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Reed Wins Re-Election

November 5, 2014 Congressman Tom Reed, R-Corning, will represent the 23rd Congressional District for another two years. more »»

Gerace Wins Sixth Term As Chautauqua County Sheriff

November 5, 2014 With a difference of more than 8,000 votes, incumbent Joseph A. Gerace defeated Republican challenger Russell L. Payne on Tuesday, earning a sixth consecutive term as Chautauqua County sheriff. more »»

Piazza Elected New Family Court Judge

November 5, 2014 Jeffrey A. Piazza said he was humbled and overwhelmed Tuesday night after winning the race for Chautauqua County’s second Family Court judge. more »»

McClurg Museum Curator Alerts Schumer Of Medal Of Honor Snafu; Cushing Relative To Receive Honor Thursday

November 4, 2014 DUNKIRK — McClurg Museum curator John Paul Wolfe may have thrown a Hail Mary pass with little chance of succeeding, but that pass actually defied the odd. more »»

Cuomo Coasts To Second Term As New York's Governor

November 4, 2014 By David Klepper Associated Press NEW YORK — Go. more »»

Election Results: Gerace, Goodell, Piazza, Rankin Win Countywide Races

November 4, 2014 With all districts in Chautauqua County reporting, Joseph A. Gerace has won the race for Chautauqua County sheriff. more »»

AP: Reed Defeats Robertson In District 23

November 4, 2014 With 70 percent of precincts reporting, the Associated Press has called the District 23 House of Representatives race in favor of incumbent Tom Reed, R-Corning, with 60 percent of the vote. more »»

Janes’ Parents File Lawsuit

November 4, 2014 The parents of Damon Janes, the Westfield-Brocton football player who died last year after sustaining game-related head injuries, are demanding punitive damages against school districts, first... more »»

IDA To Host First Summit

November 4, 2014 In an effort to clear the lines of communication between local businesses, the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency is holding its first manufacturing summit on Nov. more »»

National Election News At 10 P.M.

November 4, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans held a commanding edge in the House on Tuesday, on track to pad their majority at near historic levels and claim long-held Democratic seats in the South. more »»

Incumbents Lead In Races For State Comptroller, Attorney General

November 4, 2014 Early results show incumbents racing to re-election in New York's top statewide offices. more »»

Far From Home

November 3, 2014 BEMUS POINT—With almost two months of school in the books, four foreign exchange students are enjoying their time at Maple Grove High School. more »»

From The Front Line

November 3, 2014 Detective Nancy Lombardo of the Lawton (Oklahoma) Police Department is in her 26th year in law enforcement combating illegal drugs. more »»

Federal Funding To Assist Domestic Violence Victims

November 3, 2014 Domestic violence doesn’t discriminate. more »»

License Plate Data Raises Privacy Concerns

November 3, 2014 ROCHESTER — Privately owned license-plate imaging systems are popping up around Rochester and upstate New York — in parking lots, shopping malls and, soon, on at least a few parts of the New York... more »»

DORLER Claims Crown

November 2, 2014 As the competing segments showcasing participants’ abilities concluded, the Jamestown High School auditorium crowd waited for the judges to pick one young, talented contestant to receive the top... more »»

Candidates Wrap Up Campaign Finances

November 2, 2014 With Election Day inching closer, the financial race is drawing to a close for candidates. more »»

Emkey Litigation Poses Problems To Towns

November 2, 2014 GERRY— Gerry lost $2 million from its tax base thanks to a state reassessment of a natural gas pipeline in February. more »»

Halloween Parade

November 1, 2014 Students at Robert H. Jackson Elementary School in Frewsburg parade through the halls Friday afternoon for the school’s annual Halloween celebration. more »»

Prosecution, Defense Spar

November 1, 2014 MAYVILLE — Tempers flared in Chautauqua County Court on Friday after prosecutors and defenders sparred over the availability of evidence in the trial of Davide Coggins. more »»



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