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Lead drinking water pipes remain in parts of county

April 14, 2016 Concerns over public drinking water supplies and contamination are on the rise after the recent events that unraveled in Flint, Mich. more »»

Community Blood Bank plans drive at Westfield Memorial Hospital April 15

April 14, 2016 Donors of all blood types are urged to give the gift of life and donate blood at the Community Blood Bank’s upcoming blood drive at Westfield Memorial Hospital. more »»

Sherman board OKs budget with small tax hike

April 14, 2016 SHERMAN — Sherman’s Village Board of Trustees approved a proposed 2016-17 budget that includes a 1.5 percent tax increase at their regular meeting Wednesday, April 6. more »»

Westfield village Board of Trustees does annual fire department inspection

April 14, 2016 On April 4 the Board of Trustees for the Village of Westfield conducted their annual inspection of the Fire Department of Westfield at the Fire Department hall on Clinton Street. more »»

Plumb calls out Reed for support of trade deals

April 7, 2016 Democratic candidate for Congress, John Plumb, is criticizing U.S. Rep. Tom Reed for “covering up” his support over trade deals, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership. more »»

Train cars remain in Ripley as derailment inquiry continues

April 7, 2016 RIPLEY — A month has passed since a train derailed in Ripley, but figuring out a cause may have to wait up to a year. more »»

Hotel proposal would impact Pratt St.

April 7, 2016 Most large-scale business developments take years to get to the groundbreaking point. For the Webbs in Mayville, the dream of a hotel on the lakeside began decades ago. more »»

Westfield Fire Department lists March calls

April 7, 2016 The Fire Department of Westfield responded to 49 calls for service during the month of March 2016. more »»

Westfield Village Board has budget talk

April 7, 2016 A recent Westfield Village Board meeting kicked off with a discussion about the general fund budget. The board first wanted to clarify some information about the state’s tax cap. more »»

Houghton weighs in on White House race

April 7, 2016 The Republican presidential primary in New York is a few weeks away, and a former congressman representing Chautauqua County is chiming in with his thoughts. Amory “Amo” Houghton Jr. more »»

The amazing path of giving and receiving an organ donation

March 31, 2016 When most people perform a good deed, they don’t generally expect something in return. However, sometimes, a force called karma comes full circle and returns the favor. more »»

Program teaches financial literacy to children

March 31, 2016 BROCTON — Fiscal responsibility is no longer for those who found themselves bankrupt and learned their lesson after taking a “Finances 101” course (mandated by their bankruptcy officer. more »»

Hike in tobacco purchase age put on hold by Legislature

March 31, 2016 Upping the tobacco purchase age is on hold in Chautauqua County. more »»

Regional solutions panel attracts local leaders to its first meeting

March 31, 2016 Local leaders learned about a newly formed Regional Solutions Commission and the resources available for shared service initiatives and consolidations. more »»

Brocton HEAP customers get extension

March 31, 2016 BROCTON — Residents that qualify for the Home Energy Assistance Program will benefit through the spring months. more »»

Sheriff’s deputies training to become certified EMTs

March 31, 2016 Having an emergency medical technician or EMT respond quickly to a scene can make the difference between life and death. more »»

Hundreds of homes in county lose power due to gusty winds

March 31, 2016 More than 1,000 homes in Chautauqua County were left without power Monday as gusty winds wreaked havoc on trees and power line. more »»

Assessment team to ID, divert jail inmates with mental, substance woes

March 31, 2016 Beginning April 1, an assessment and care coordination team at the Chautauqua County Jail will start identifying and diverting eligible inmates suffering from mental illness or substance abuse. more »»

Registration of new voters increases as primaries close in

March 31, 2016 Presidential candidates from both major parties will vie for delegates in New York next month, bringing an uptick in voter registration applications throughout the state and county. more »»



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