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A Chautauqua County native who spent nearly 40 years in the military has received the highest form of recognition his regiment offers.
Beichner Waste Services located in Sinclairville and serving Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties, has received $50,000 in financing from the Chautauqua Opportunities for Development Inc. loan fund.
The United Way of Northern Chautauqua County set out to keep young minds sharp and spread awareness of its mission with its Day of Action.
The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce recently named Craig Colburn as director of member services.
Jackie Grant, Kim Stewart . The Nip & Tuck Fund first fundraiser is the sale of a beautiful porcelain ornament, designed and made in the United States by a mother-and-daughter-owned business.
A 20-year-old Jamestown man was charged Friday after allegedly assaulting his 6-month-old son, leaving the infant in critical condition.
On Saturday, July 19, the Fredonia Presbyterian Church will open the Fredonia Food Pantry to serve the residents of Fredonia and area communities.
A Facebook post about lawn mower registrations has Chautauqua County residents angry.
The Chautauqua County Democratic Committee met on Monday in Mayville for a meeting comprised of north and south county delegates, which resulted in the tallying of votes to officiate the endorsement for the new position created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Local municipal leaders will soon have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's property tax freeze plan.
On Thursday, Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand announced $364,320 in federal funding for nine fire departments in Chautauqua County, including the Jamestown Fire Department.
More than 40 years ago city of Dunkirk residents hosted Peter Wolf Toth as he carved a statue from a tree near Washington Park.
The annual art show and sale, "Art in the Park," featuring the members of the Chautauqua County Society of Artists will once again take place at Mayville Lakeside Park.
It is lunchtime again and it is amazing what you can learn while sharing a meal with your colleagues.
Maria Behrns told the Cassadaga Village Board at a recent meeting her grandfather bought the land located at 40 Park Ave. in the late 1950s.
After the special meeting on June 30 with an indepth presentation by Erie 2 BOCES District Superintendent Dr. David O'Rourke, it was decided the school board would work with O'Rourke in finding a new superintendent.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 02:19 am
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