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6 hrs ago | Observer
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Chautauqua County has reached a milestone in its 10th anniversary as an independent not-for-profit organization.
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7 hrs ago | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
To assist an undergraduate student attending an accredited four-year school. Applicants must be a Chautauqua County high school or Eisenhower High School graduate.
Christine Schuyler, director of the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services, said she feels this is a result of a "winter fish kill."
Nicholas J. Coletta, 33, of Harborcreek, Pa., was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right Sunday at 1 a.m. Deputies stopped a vehicle on North Erie Street, and an investigation determined Coletta, the driver, was intoxicated, police said.
Within minutes, the lawn around SUNY Fredonia President Virginia Horvath's house went from decorated with a full palette of pastel dots, to clean green on Sunday afternoon.
Twenty-six individuals representing businesses and organizations from throughout Chautauqua County gathered in Bellinger Hall on the grounds of Chautauqua Institution in February to complete a two-and-a-half-day retreat designed to identify each person's leadership style, build new relationships with other community leaders and launch nine months ... (more)
Last month's community drug forum in Mayville was deemed by many of its attendees as a productive "first step" in addressing Chautauqua County's drug problem.
With the memory of the 2009 Masonic Temple still fresh, the prospect of another large structure such as the Coburn Block catching fire is not something the Dunkirk Fire Department wants to see.
According to the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office, Mary Rigby, 65, of Angola was traveling south on Center Road around 9:30 a.m., and proceeded into the intersection of Route 39 after stopping at a stop sign.
The Bemus Point Historical Society met on Tuesday to discuss society information and invite Vince Martonis, town of Hanover historian, to speak to members.
The Forestville Village Board recently presented a budget with a 445 percent tax rate increase to $2797 per thousand assessed value.
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.
Collectively, the student body raised more than $12,000 through its 2014 Battle of the Classes fundraiser - the proceeds of which have been donated to the Western New York Kidney Connection.
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.
Ellysa Maze, a sophomore in the Cassadaga Valley Central School district, was named the grand-prize winner of CASAC's yearly contest aimed at raising youth awareness regarding the dangers of alcohol abuse.