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Yesterday | Observer
Leonard F. Szablewski, 84, of Westfield went to be with the Lord on Sunday morning April 20, 2014.
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OBSERVER Photo by Amy Vercant Chapter 294 Women of the Moose presented a check for $1,000 to the Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge 89 in Dunkirk.
Monday | Observer
A decision to that question should only come from the residents of the city of Dunkirk, not from the city council, not from a resident from Fredonia, not from any group or organization only from the residents from this city.
Diane Gifford is the mother of an autistic boy and it has always been her dream to give him and others like him a safe place to go.
The Resource Center recently wrapped up a successful partnership with the University at Buffalo that will result in increased employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
A school-record sprint by Anna Dambacher topped the list of Fredonia State performances Friday at the Cortland Classic Invitational track & field meet.
A lifelong Dunkirk resident, Mrs. Manuel had been employed at Loblaws Inc. in Dunkirk as a head cashier/office manager.
The Coburn Block in Dunkirk stands alone as a last and remaining intact tribute to the class and refinement reflected in the business community of Dunkirk of the past century.
Born in Dunkirk, NY on April 24, 1923, he was the son of the late Harold N. and Jetta Sharp Salhoff.
Just as each painted wooden egg is unique, Pam Corsoro's collection is unique. Over the past 25 years, she has collected nearly three dozen painted Polish eggs from the Broadway Market in Buffalo.
New York state residents who have been unemployed long-term may have the opportunity to participate in a new advanced manufacturing training program.
The Food Express is a service of the Food Bank of Western New York providing fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy and other food products to hundreds of local households regardless of income.
Happy Easter! I have a lot to say today and we'll start with Easter. Someone asked me, "What's the big deal about Easter?" I couldn't believe my ears.
Chicken wing enthusiasts should mark July 5 on their calendars - the date of the annual Wreck and Roll Festival in the city of Dunkirk.
Area high school students can put their artistic talents to use by participating in the 2014 Laurel Run logo contest.