2 hrs ago
WNY Food Bank reorganizes Food Express in Chautauqua County
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.
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6 hrs ago
Erie 2 BOCES offers forklift operation training classes
The Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Adult & Community Education Division is offering forklift operation training classes at two locations in May. Participants will gain hands-on experience operating a forklift as well as classroom instruction.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
I have a lot to say
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.
Festivals committee discusses up...
Chicken wing enthusiasts should mark July 5 on their calendars - the date of the annual Wreck and Roll Festival in the city of Dunkirk.
Laurel Run logo contest under way
Area high school students can put their artistic talents to use by participating in the 2014 Laurel Run logo contest.
City bike trail all tied up
Railroad ties that have been placed across the city of Dunkirk bike trail on Point Drive North near Chestnut Street are temporary, according to Department of Public Works Director Tony Gugino.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Should the Beach Bash in Dunkirk...
Why did they shutdown the Point Dr. N, entrance anyway??? It was the quickest and best way to tour the Point.
Auxiliary's - Celebrating Spring' set for May 10
This year the Westfield Memor-ial Hospital Auxiliary will hold its annual "Celebra-ting Spring" event on Saturday, May 10. Please note the change in venue.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Supervisor gives update on water project
More incentive for getting a regional water project up and running was discussed at Wednesday's Portland Town Council meeting.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Danby Town Talk: Officer gets 4-legged-partner, Bert
I'd like to introduce you to Albert Stanios from the Czech Republic, hereby known less formally as "Bert."
Tue Apr 15, 2014
City boat launch change approved
Boaters and fishermen using the city of Dunkirk boat launch will find a different looking operation this season.
William D. Barber
William D. Barber, 91, a resident of the Chautauqua County Home, Dunkirk, formerly of Forestville, died Saturday, April 12, 2014 at his residence.
Change in store for city boat launch
The Dunkirk Common Council will convene a little early today; instead of its usual 5:30 p.m. start council will convene at 5:20 p.m. to hold a public hearing on proposed changes to the city's sewer treatment ordinances.
The Erie County Legisla-ture's Majority Caucus has formed a Volunteer Out-reach Team to assist organizations in achieving their charitable goals.
Route 60 traffic light denied
The Town of Dunkirk got a thumbs-down on the proposal for a new light on the dangerous intersection of Route 60 and Williams Street.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Area Police Reports
Aaron L. Green, 29, of Silver Creek was charged Monday with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and inadequate muffler.
Robertson asks U.S. Justice Depa...
Democratic 23rd Congressional District candidate Martha Robertson has announced that in the wake of ConAgra's decision to shutter plants in upstate New York, she is asking the U.S. Justice Department to review ConAgra Foods' actions for possible violations of anti-trust laws aimed at ensuring free and fair competition.
Campaign item is just wrong
Candidates seeking office may not agree with what their opponent says, but they do need to be honest about it.
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Could Co-Ops Strengthen Economy?
The recent decision by ConAgra to shut down its Carriage House plants in Dunkirk and Fredonia, resulting in the loss of over 400 local jobs, reveals once again how decisions made in distant places can have a significant impact on the local economy.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Leadership, not lip service
A Fredonia man who grew Red Wing, currently Carriage House, into a national powerhouse of the private-label industry had some words of wisdom for many living here if they want to make the area more inviting to business in the 21st century.