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According to National Weather Service of Buffalo Meteorologist David Thomas, up to 4 inches per hour fell in the heart of the snow band along the Lake Erie shore.
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Christmas carols were sung by community members, led by Sam Mancuso of Dunkirk. The carolers sang "Silent Night" as the outside live rooftop tree was illuminated.
Wednesday | Observer
A commentary with the headline "City refuses reality" is a propaganda statement! It is sad the writer, a former CSX conductor, could do so much to reopen our Dunkirk depot once again, but refuses.
Residents wanted to know if there was any update concerning the matters at Lake Shore Hospital Monday evening.
All Chautauqua County legislative members of the Administrative Services Committee were present on Monday night for the last meeting of the year.
Today, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer called on the federal Environmental Protection Agency to delay a new mandate on local municipalities, like the Cities of Dunkirk and Jamestown, that forces them to throw out and replace over $25,000 worth of brand new fire hydrants and parts after Jan. 4. According to Schumer, on Oct. 22, the EPA released its ... (more)
Braving winter temperatures and wind on the Lake Erie harborfront in Dunkirk, a large crowd turned out Saturday morning to push for the repowering of NRG Dunkirk.
State Sen. Cathy Young is encouraging local residents to attend the rally today in Dunkirk at the Boardwalk Market beginning at 11 a.m. In a news release, Young noted the community is coming together to raise its voice in support of repowering the Dunkirk NRG plant.
U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced Friday that John M. Berry, Jr., 42, of Dunkirk who was convicted of making a false claim against the United States, was sentenced to 3 years and five months in prison by U.S. District Court Judge Richard J. Arcara.
As snow threatened to fall, a crowd assembled at Dunkirk's City Hall late Friday afternoon to take part in the city's annual welcome to Christmas.
Wigberto Torres Rodriguez, 61, of Dunkirk was charged Nov. 30 for driving while intoxicated, DWI per se, failing to keep right, crossing the hazard line and driving on the shoulder.
'Tis the season to be giving and for the past 12 years The Iota chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity of SUNY Fredonia has taken this to heart and feet by raising awareness and money for the charity, YouthAIDS, with its annual Tree Trot for YouthAIDS.
It was once a proud tradition for the administration and board of directors at Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk to publish an annual report and hold a meeting regarding its status to the community.
Lake Effect Snow Warning for Chautauqua County was issued at December 12 at 9:28PM EST