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Ripley hears options with Land Bank

September 2, 2017 RIPLEY — The town of Ripley may receive help from the Chautauqua County Land Bank in dealing with issues of vacancies, blight, and derelict structures, board members learned at a recent meeting. more »»

 
 
 
Westfield sorority honors three with Order of Rose

September 2, 2017 WESTFIELD — Three Laureate Alpha Pi sorority sisters earned the Beta Sigma Phi Order of the Rose honor at the May chapter meeting held at the Westfield YWCA. more »»

Open house celebrates 25 years for grapes

September 2, 2017 PORTLAND — A nationally renowned facility and research program is in our backyard. more »»

AREA’S HILLS GIVE CYCLISTS A TEST

September 2, 2017 Four years after Corry, Pennsylvania resident Ken Bastine started a hand-cycle training camp based at the Holiday Inn Express in Findley Lake, the event is bigger than eve. more »»

Ripley sets school vote on fire alarm system

September 2, 2017 RIPLEY — In the view of the state of New York, Ripley Central School District’s deteriorating fire alarm system is a “hybrid emergency,” which will allow the district to put the project out for bid... more »»

Findley Lake restaurant reopens after 10 years

September 2, 2017 FINDLEY LAKE — After more than a decade of being used as a storage building, the I-86 Express Restaurant in Findley Lake is serving up good food once again. more »»

SHOP BRINGS A BUZZ

September 2, 2017 DEWITTVILLE – Dressed in his beekeeping suit and surrounded by hundreds of honeybees in flight, Clark Scriven recently told a visitor to keep his distance and wait for him in his sho. more »»

Westfield native leaves $1.2M to SUNY Cortland

September 2, 2017 SUNY Cortland alumna Nancy A. Johnson was the first female physical education teacher in the history of the Holland Central School District in Erie County, N.Y. more »»

Chautauqua Lake rally draws crowd in Bemus Point

September 2, 2017 Residents were given a plethora of information regarding Chautauqua Lake during the fourth annual lake rally on Saturda. more »»

Lake Shore Center for the Arts to present multimedia play ‘Harvest Moon’

September 2, 2017 Lake Shore Center for the Arts will host the premiere of the multimedia play, “Harvest Moon” Sept. 2 and Sept. 6 at 8 p.. more »»

Giving back

September 2, 2017 “Our baby stopped breathing. It was the most terrifying moment of my life,” said Erica Belson of Westfiel. more »»

Sherman school officials discuss capital project plans

September 2, 2017 SHERMAN — Improvements in the pre-K classroom floor inspired a four-year plan for the use of capital outlay funds which will provide new flooring for all the classrooms, Sherman Central School... more »»

Memory of Ripley resident prompts creation of Vietnam veterans tribute

September 2, 2017 SPARTANSBURG, Pa. — Twenty-five fallen heroes who lost their lives during the Vietnam War will be honored at the upcoming Spartansburg Community Fair parade on Saturday, Sept. more »»

Camp Merz hosts Scouts from England

August 9, 2017 It’s been some time since Camp Merz has been involved in foreign affairs, but Mayville’s Boy Scouts of America campgrounds are once again playing host to some visitors from across the pond. more »»

Cooler temperatures, rain doesn’t stop annual festival

August 9, 2017 SHERMAN — Neither rain nor wind nor cold could keep Sherman Days 2017 from being a success and a well-attended community event. Sherman Days kicked off Friday, Aug. more »»

Trustees hear about boundaries, Dollar General

August 9, 2017 SHERMAN — Sherman Village Board of Trustees learned at their regular meeting Wednesday, Aug 2, that the village boundaries are slightly incorrect. more »»

Saluting the volunteers

August 9, 2017 Almost a year and a half later, Dewittville firefighters Burl Swanson and Furlough Francis were recognized for their brave efforts last March. March 8, 2016, was cold. more »»

From heavy metal to hardwood

August 9, 2017 SHERMAN — When Walt Covert is outside, building new stock or checking on his display inventory, large trucks often pass by his house at 209 Park St. more »»

24-year-old leads Ripley Machine & Tool Co.

July 9, 2017 RIPLEY — “A lot of the stuff we do, we don’t even know where it’s going,” said Andy Reinwald, the owner of Ripley Machine & Tool, sitting in his office last month. more »»

Busy times during Shearing Day at Alpacaville

July 9, 2017 BEMUS POINT — It was a cool and somewhat drizzly day recently when Dan and Shauna Anderson and a small group of friends gathered at their small farm on Mahanna Road in Bemus Point for Shearing Day. more »»

School dedicates outdoor classroom

July 9, 2017 SHERMAN — Sherman Central School board of education members, PTO, staff, and several teachers gathered on the front lawn June 19 to officially dedicate the district’s outdoor classroom. more »»

 
 
 

 

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