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Timothy Smith running again for Westfield Town Clerk position

September 17, 2015 Timothy C. Smith is seeking re-election to the office of Town Clerk. He has served successfully as the Town Clerk for 3 ¢ terms (9 years) being appointed on Jan. 1, 2007. more »»

Highway superintendent David Babcock seeking re-election in town of Westfield

September 17, 2015 David Babcock is seeking re-election for a fourth term asHighway Superintendent for the Town of Westfield. David is endorsed in the Nov. more »»

Resident brings proof of property concerns to Portland’s council

September 17, 2015 BROCTON — Portland resident and business owner Nick Rizzo addressed the town’s council recently with a well-prepared, but simple request. more »»

D’Vine Experience brings warmth to a cold day

September 17, 2015 Good food, good company and a good cause gathered people together for the D’Vine Experience held recently at the Grape Discovery Center. more »»

Residents ask Mayville to take over parking lot

September 17, 2015 A petition of nearly 150 signatures came before the Mayville Village Board asking the village to take over the parking lot near the Sweet Spot and Mayville Diner. more »»

Hearings announced for Ripley water, sewer projects

September 17, 2015 RIPLEY — Several water and sewer extension projects took another step forward in Ripley as the town council announced public hearing times for each. more »»

By Greg Fox

September 10, 2015 PORTLAND — Nationally recognized cartoonist Brad Anderson — who called the town of Portland his home for a good portion of his life — has sadly drawn his loveable and exuberant Great Dane for the... more »»

Family treatment court grads inspire hope

September 10, 2015 For those who appear in Chautauqua County Family Treatment Court, it is painfully clear that the negative effects of a drug addiction are not merely confined to the use. more »»

Man arrested, charged after trying to flee

September 10, 2015 Westfield police arrested a man who tried to flee them Saturday night. According to a Westfield Police Department release, officers observed an alleged domestic dispute in a vehicle on West Main St. more »»

AARP plans safe driving classes in area

September 10, 2015 Several AARP Safe Driving Classes are scheduled locally. The cost is $20 for AARP members and $25 for non-members. Payment must be by check made out to AARP. more »»

Declaration renewed by international prosecutors

September 10, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA—Seeking justice and accountability for the world’s most horrendous crimes is an arduous, time-consuming and at times heart-rending endeavor. more »»

Night Lights Music Festival set for Sept. 11-12

September 10, 2015 SHERMAN — Consistency is what organizers of the Night Lights Fall Music Festival are hoping for above all else as they prepare to stage the annual event later this month. more »»

County leaders tackle workforce readiness amid high unemployment

September 10, 2015 Although the latest unemployment rate for Chautauqua County hovers around 6. more »»

Election inspectors sought

September 10, 2015 MAYVILLE—The Chautauqua County Board of Elections is recruiting election inspectors for the Tuesday, Nov. 3 general election. more »»

Horrigan to speak at Westfield Republicans’ fundraiser

September 10, 2015 On Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015, Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan will speak at a fundraiser held by the Westfield Republican Committee. The event will be held at Eason Hall, 23 Elm St. more »»

Spacht running for highway superintendent of Ripley town

September 10, 2015 RIPLEY —?Candidate James (Jim) Spacht is running for the Town of Ripley Highway Superintendent in the Independence Primary today at the Ripley Central School from Noon – 9 p.m. more »»

County water quality task force releases 2015 TMDL status report

September 10, 2015 Concerns remain over the water quality within Chautauqua Lake and its watershed, but management strategies to reduce pollutants continue to take shape. more »»

Brocton’s mayor seeks options to collect on bills for services

September 10, 2015 By Ann Belcher BROCTON — Brocton’s Mayor Dave Hazleton gave a stern reminder during the village Board of Trustees’ meeting Sep. more »»

Prosecutors discuss progress at International Humanitarian Law Dialogs

September 3, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — In a world all too familiar with genocide and horrific crimes against humanity, the work of international tribunals and prosecutors becomes more a moral calling than a legal obligation. more »»

A mixed bag

September 3, 2015 By Kevin Martin Cornell Cooperative Extension PORTLAND – Concord prices have plunged by as much as $200 per ton in the last two years. more »»



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