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Boaters and fishermen using the city of Dunkirk boat launch will find a different looking operation this season.
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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.
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The Erie County Legisla-ture's Majority Caucus has formed a Volunteer Out-reach Team to assist organizations in achieving their charitable goals.
Aaron L. Green, 29, of Silver Creek was charged Monday with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and inadequate muffler.
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.
Candidates seeking office may not agree with what their opponent says, but they do need to be honest about it.
A veteran of the U.S. Army attached to the Air Force. Albert served during WWII.
In 1914, the school at Shamburg, Pa., near Titusville, erected 45 years previously during the height of the oil excitement in that area, was a landmark used jointly as church and school of late.
The town board authorized their planning committee to lead the comprehensive plan process and at the recommendation of the planning board the town board appointed a team of consultants from MRB Group and Environmental Design Research to lead the process, which will take place over the next 18 months.
According to the latest annual report, Dunkirk-based Lake Shore "expect to open additional new branches in the near future" whose one-time fixed expenses - coupled with low levels of initial branch income - will reduce the bank's short-term profitability.
Chautauqua Striders Inc. is celebrating its 35th year of mentoring and guiding youth through education, advocacy and athletics.
The Resource Center's efforts to revolutionize the way it provides care have been bolstered by a $100,000 grant secured by Senator Catharine Young through the New York State Department of Health.
With options and numbers on the table, there was no agreement on a first step to be made with the North County Water District water project.