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Blessing of the grapes in Westfield

September 25, 2014 By Cynthia Littleton editorial@westfieldrepublican.com Westfield’s Grape Discovery Center is doing all it can to make sure this year’s grape harvest is bountiful. more »»

 
 
 
Prayer flags becoming ‘spiritual performance art’ in Westfield

September 25, 2014 You might call it spiritual performance art. Over the summer, a clothesline was hung outside the brick wall of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church that borders Moore Park. more »»

Quest for State Veteran’s Cemetery in Ripley at critical point

September 25, 2014 RIPLEY — “The quest to establish a State Veterans’ Cemetery in Ripley NY is at a tipping point,” according to chief proponent Robert McIntosh. more »»

Money well spent

September 25, 2014 The NorthLake Family Recreation Center was awarded a Community Benefit Grant from the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation for the purchase of a new electronic scoreboard at their facility in... more »»

New director takes helm at Patterson Library

September 18, 2014 WESTFIELD — The board of trustees and staff of Patterson Library are pleased to welcome Erin Cartwright as its new director. more »»

Sea Lion may be off to Virginia

September 18, 2014 WESTFIELD — There are whispers the Sea Lion may make a final voyage to Virginia, where it will be restored and possibly kept there for good. more »»

Funds help NorthLake get on lines

September 18, 2014 The NorthLake Family Recreation Center has received a grant from the Lake Shore Savings Community Reinvestment Fund for the purchase of a line marking paint spray machine at their facility in... more »»

Girls from Westfield YWCA donate to Community Kitchen

September 18, 2014 WESTFIELD — The Westfield Community Kitchen received a pleasant surprise Friday afternoon in the form of donated goods. more »»

Changes continue for Barcelona Harbor

September 11, 2014 Barcelona Harbor, at least 250 years old, is now being dredged by Dean Marine and Excavating of Mount St. Clements Michigan, and overseen by the United States Corps of Engineer. more »»

The Station Art Gallery to host exhibit of the American Society of Railway Artists

September 11, 2014 The Station Art Gallery, 11 English Street, Westfield will host a national exhibit of the American Society of Railway Artists (ASRA), Sept. 19 through Oct. 12. more »»

Sherman residents warned to watch for ‘suspicious activity’

September 11, 2014 SHERMAN — Sherman residents need to be watchful for suspicious activity, especially in the wake of last week’s slaying of violinist Mary E. more »»

Branching out

September 11, 2014 Five & 20 Spirits in Westfield New York has just released their newest and possibly most unique craft-distilled product, Afterburner Bierschnapps. more »»

Soaring high

August 29, 2014 RIPLEY — The reviews have been posted and the verdict is in: Ripley Central School District’s Eagle University is a soaring succes. more »»

Local authors to hold book signings at the Grape Discovery Center on Saturday

August 29, 2014 On Saturday the Grape Discovery Center will have two book signings by local authors. Dottie Rexford, author of Cora Pooler will be signing from 1 p.m. to 3 p.. more »»

Future of Westfield Academy and Central School in question

August 29, 2014 Although Westfield Academy and Central School district can boast of many bright stars — from talented teachers to national awards to innovative programs — the future of the district might best be... more »»

Chautauqua Mall vendors driving increased traffic

August 21, 2014 LAKEWOOD — Gone are the days of multiple empty storefronts at the Chautauqua Mall. more »»

Sherman pre-k program looks to expand to full-day offerings

August 21, 2014 Sherman Central School District’s hopes to expand its pre-kindergarten program to full-day this year have now been made possible by funding from a state grant, board members learned Monday. more »»

Demolition of Corner Bar moving slowly

August 21, 2014 Ripley Town Council members voted Thursday to reject a bid to install air conditioning through parts of the new town offices. Supervisor Doug Bowen said the bid of $32,000 from C. more »»

Scout’s honor

August 21, 2014 A new Boy Scout summer camp recognition was initiated this summer at Camp Merz in honor of George Dawson, past president of the council. more »»

Farewell Nancy

August 14, 2014 RIPLEY — The sadness of Ripley Librarian Nancy McIntosh’s retirement was alleviated only by the assurance that Thackeray the cat was willing to stay on to help her successor. more »»

Cross Roads holds Cruise Against Hunger

August 14, 2014 For the third year, The Cross Roads Market hosted the Cruise Against Hunger. The event held Saturday, Aug. 9 featured a car show and is also a fundraiser for the Food Bank of WNY. more »»

 
 

 

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