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October 24, 2013 By Greg Fox editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Brocton regroups after failed merger vote

October 17, 2013 By Greg Fox editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Ripley Free Library hosts murder mystery dinner at Noble Winery

October 17, 2013 By David Prenatt Correspondent RIPLEY — Billionaire businessman Ronald Stump’s 70th birthday party ended with a bang — and so did his life. more »»

Westfield talks projects and cleanup

October 17, 2013 By Connie O’Connor Correspondent WESTFIELD — Two shipwrecks sunk off Barcelona, including one in the harbor itself and the other just outside, are slated to become part of the Underwater... more »»

Ripley Town Council authorizes projects

October 17, 2013 By David Prenatt Correspondent RIPLEY — Ripley Town Council passed two resolutions Thursday night (Spet. 10) authorizing action for two ongoing projects. more »»

Extrordinary Accomplishments

October 17, 2013 By Dusten Rader editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Hope & renewal in Westfield

October 10, 2013 By Connie O’Connor Correspondent WESTFIELD — For nearly 10 years, one of Westfield’s most elegant homes has stood empty, beautiful but neglected and slowly deteriorating. more »»

Groundbreaking held at Peerless Street

October 10, 2013 By Katie Atkins editorial@westfieldrepublican.com PORTLAND — Town Supervisor Daniel Schrantz stood on Lake Avenue with a shovel in hand on Thursday, Oct. more »»

Westfield Fire Department to work with consultant

October 10, 2013 By Connie O’Connor Correspondent WESTFIELD — The Westfield Fire Commissioners have hired a consultant to work with town and village officials as well as past and present firefighters to help solve... more »»

Fun in the mud

October 10, 2013 By Scott Kindberg editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Music fills the soul of organist

October 10, 2013 By Ann Weidman editorial@westfieldrepublican.com Whether it’s a flute, organ, piano, clarinet or organ, Lewis Kocher will play it — plus write the music for it. more »»

Missed opportunity

October 10, 2013 By GREG FOX OBSERVER Staff Writer WESTFIELD — The proposed merger between Brocton Central School and Westfield Academy and Central School has officially been defeated by voters in Westfield’s... more »»

Recreational trails still a long way off

October 3, 2013 By David Prenatt Correspondent Many questions were asked and many answers were given, but a Barcelona to Chautauqua recreational trail is still a long way off. more »»

Lawsuit to block tuitioning cost Ripley $58,000

October 3, 2013 By Samantha McDonnell editorial@westfieldrepublican.com RIPLEY — Many know there is really no such thing as a free lunch. Officials in Ripley know that a lawsuit doesn’t come free either - or cheap. more »»

Brocton discusses merger savings

October 3, 2013 By Greg Fox editorial@westfieldrepublican.com BROCTON - Thirteen days remain until the statutory merger vote for Brocton Central School and Westfield Academy and Central School on Oct. more »»

Show of support

October 3, 2013 By Ann Belcher editorial@westfieldrepublican.com BROCTON - “They say it takes a village to raise a child. I think that’s clearly evident here today. more »»

School Board thanks community for support

October 3, 2013 By Greg Fox editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Redundancy eliminated in fire commissioners’ board

September 26, 2013 By Ann Belcher editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Audit finds ‘unrealistic budgeting’ in Town of Chautauqua

September 26, 2013 By Remington Whitcomb editorial@westfieldrepublican.com CHAUTAUQUA - Unrealistic budgeting is causing the town of Chautauqua fiscal stress, according to the office of the state comptroller. more »»

School merger timeline discussed

September 26, 2013 By Samantha McDonnell editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

 
 

 

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