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Bomb squad, K-9 teams get federal grant funding

October 1, 2015 The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office Hazardous Devices Team will be one of 12 bomb squads across the state to receive federal grant funding. On Monday, Gov. more »»

Gillibrand, Higgins pushing for physical education program grants

October 1, 2015 To help America’s youth become healthier and more active, representatives are pushing to fund fitness programming for students. U.S. Sen. more »»

Westfield supervisor candidate Puckhaber endorsed by Women’s Equality Party

October 1, 2015 WESTFIELD - Debra Puckhaber, candidate for Westfield town supervisor on the Working Families line, announces she has also been endorsed by the Women’s Equality Party. more »»

IDA continuing its proactive marketing strategy for county

October 1, 2015 A proactive recruiting strategy implemented by the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency is sparking interest among investors, businesses and tourists to the are. more »»

Legislature unanimously passes local law banning microbeads

October 1, 2015 Chautauqua County legislators unanimously supported a local law banning the sale of personal care products containing microbeads during the County Legislature meeting. more »»

Sherman board hears about state test results

October 1, 2015 SHERMAN — Students in grades five and six at Sherman Central School district ranked first among Chautauqua County’s 18 school districts in terms of proficiency in English Language Arts skills on the... more »»

Southwestern’s sailing team qualifies for championship regatta

October 1, 2015 ROCHESTER — The first-ever high school sailing team to call Chautauqua Lake home, sailing for Southwestern, finished second among nearly a dozen teams from several high schools in the Rochester and... more »»

Andrea Babcock receives multiple party endorsements for Town Clerk

October 1, 2015 Andrea L. Babcock of Westfield has Independence, Working Families and Women’s Equality Party nominations for the post of Westfield Town Clerk. more »»

County above state average in premature births

October 1, 2015 Through collaboration, stakeholders within the health community strive to improve maternal and infant health in Chautauqua County. more »»

Chautauqua County sales tax hike finalized

October 1, 2015 The final steps to authorize a sales tax increase to 8 percent are complete with the signatures of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and County Executive Vince Horriga. more »»

County executive presents tentative budget to legislators

October 1, 2015 County Executive Vince Horrigan proposed a budget that he said could cut the property tax rate by 42 cents. more »»

$1.25 million Creating Healthy Schools and Communities Grant awarded locally

October 1, 2015 Chautauqua County could soon see a marked improvement in health and wellness, thanks to a new grant from New York state. more »»

Ripley Board of Education hears about Deeper Learning model

September 24, 2015 RIPLEY —? Ripley Central School District’s venture into Deeper Learning Education will not only change the way students learn but will alter the physical design of the classroom itself, board of... more »»

Due date on utility bills, collection methods at issue in Brocton

September 24, 2015 BROCTON — New communications posted on Brocton utility bills are getting noticed. more »»

Major gas pipeline expansion project going through Sherman

September 24, 2015 SHERMAN — A major pipeline expansion in Sherman is set to haul natural gas from the Marcellus Shale area in Pennsylvania to the Niagara region of Western New York. more »»

Brocton Board of Trustees accepts two resignations

September 24, 2015 BROCTON — The Brocton Board of Trustees accepted two letters of resignation with regret during their first meeting of September. more »»

Residents seek well problem answers

September 24, 2015 BROCTON — Concerns brought to the Portland Town Council will hopefully have good results for those on Webster Road who had their wells affected by July flood waters. more »»

David Carr seeks town justice position

September 24, 2015 David Carr has accepted the endorsement by the Westfield Republican Committee for the position of Town of Westfield Justice in the forthcoming November election. Mr. Carr was born in Salamanca, N.. more »»

Algal blooms posing problems on Chautauqua, Findley lakes

September 24, 2015 The look of spilled green paint on Chautauqua and Findley lakes can be obvious at times, but the extent to which blue-green algal blooms plague the water bodies differs. more »»

James Spann running for Westfield town justice

September 24, 2015 Judge James J. Spann (D) of Westfield is announcing his candidacy as Westfield Town Justic. more »»

David Brown seeks re-election to Westfield Town Council

September 24, 2015 David Brown is a candidate for re-election to the Town Council of Westfield. He resides on South Portage Street with his wife, Sandy, in the house built by his great uncle in 188. more »»



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