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That being said, it is time to update readers on a mix of items that have appeared in this corner in recent months.
Despite New York's touting of its economic success, a recent review reveals that several companies are abandoning the Empire State or laying off workers, bringing New York's much-vaunted Start-Up NY plan and the administration of Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's economic performance into serious question.
Cancer leaves its mark on many families. The Skinner Family is gathering together to invite the community to help Darleen Skinner offset the costs of treatment for brain cancer at a benefit Saturday.
With NRG Dunkirk planning on converting from being a coal-fired generator of electricity to using natural gas to power three generators, getting the needed amount of natural gas to the plant on Dunkirk's harbor requires more transmission capabilities.
The famous Whispering Giant will be returning to its home overlooking Lake Shore Drive.
Pictured at left is Stericycle A's second baseman Jim Quinn making a throw to first base during Chautauqua Men's Senior Baseball League action Tuesday night at the Robert Patterson Field, in Dunkirk.
Rosine L. Braccio, 90, of Fredonia died Sunday morning at Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk following a brief illness.
Paul Szach, 44, of Dunkirk, is facing a number of medical issues. His family and friends are asking the community to be "PAULSTRONG" at a benefit planned for Sunday Sept.
This summer, over 4,000 children will enjoy a summer vacation outside of the city with volunteer host families in suburban, rural and small town communities across 13 states from Virginia to Maine and Canada through The Fresh Air Fund's Volunteer Host Family Program.
Busti-Lakewood Police Lt. John R. Bentley II, eldest son of the late Chautauqua County Sheriff, has accepted the Republican nomination for the job his late father held for more than 20 years.
Lourdes Rivera-Ortiz of Dunkirk, NY, died late Wednesday evening at Brooks Memorial Hospital after a short illness.
Almost quietly, Dunkirk resident Richard Titus has been an advocate for those who have served the United States of America.
Dunkirk News, Events & Info
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 03:42 am
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