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Route76 condition draws ire of Sherman residents

July 10, 2013 SHERMAN — Residents along a crumbling 10-mile stretch of state Route 76 in Sherman say they have grown accustomed to dodging potholes. more »»

Wet weather

July 10, 2013 BROCTON — Heavy rainfall, estimated to be between 2 and 4 inches per hour, caused havoc and evacuations in the Village of Brocton Friday morning, June 2. more »»

WACS holds its 176th graduation

July 3, 2013 WESTFIELD — Outlined against a hazy summer morning sky, the 61 members of Westfield Academy and Central School’s Class of 2013 gathered together for the last time Saturday, June 22. more »»

Ripley holds possible final graduation

July 3, 2013 RIPLEY — The atmosphere was bittersweet as the Ripley Central School District held what could be its final commencement ceremony. more »»

CLCS Class of 2013 includes Vietnam vet

July 3, 2013 MAYVILLE — The Class of 2013, the first in the 17-year history of Chautauqua Lake Central School to attend only the new school building from kindergarten through 12th grade, received diplomas in the... more »»

BCS graduates encouraged to ‘break the norm’

July 3, 2013 BROCTON — The signature commencement tune played by the Brocton High School began, and into the gymnasium walked the 2013 graduates as cameras flashed. more »»

Mayville to purchase new software package

July 3, 2013 MAYVILLE — A software package promising to “drastically” reduce human error in Village of Mayville utility accounting and inventory will be online no later than the end of 2013 after the Village... more »»

Ripley Town Board approves purchase of new computer server

July 3, 2013 RIPLEY — The Ripley Town Board of Trustees approved a plan on Thursday, June 13 to purchase a new server for its computer system. more »»

Sherman Central School construction moves into phase three

June 26, 2013 SHERMAN — Sherman Central School students in grades five and six will each be presented with an iPad at the beginning of the new school year as part of an initiative to move toward a paperless... more »»

Straw poll passes in Brocton, Westfield

June 26, 2013 Residents in both the Brocton and Westfield school districts overwhelming passed a straw vote on Tuesday, June 18 regarding the consolidation of the two districts. more »»

Chautauqua board hears from legislators

June 26, 2013 CHAUTAUQUA — Two county legislators reported on issues that are simultaneously economic and environmental during the public comment portion of the Town of Chautauqua Board meeting on Monday, June 1. more »»

Constitutional competitors

June 26, 2013 WESTFIELD — As the sun sets on another school year, some this year’s Westfield Academy and Central School graduates will be moving on with some extra preparation for the world beyond high school. more »»

RCS moving forward with tuitioning plans

June 19, 2013 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School Board of Education President Robert Bentley said there is no merit to any claims supporting a supposed lawsuit against the school and its board and plans to send... more »»

Alstar seeking to increase role in Westfield

June 19, 2013 WESTFIELD — Alstar, a private emergency medical transport service with a large Western New York footprint, is seeking an increased role in the Village and Town of Westfield. more »»

Rules for water rescues by WFD discussed

June 19, 2013 WESTFIELD — Water rescues on Lake Erie will be based on the best judgment of Westfield firemen who man the Westfield Volunteer Fire Department’s boat on a particular cal. more »»

Residents urged to be on lookout for two invasive species in Chautauqua Lake

June 19, 2013 STOW — Area residents and visitors are advised to be on the lookout for two invasive species on Chautauqua Lake. more »»

Reed announces Impaired Water Improvement Act to benefit Chautauqua Lake

June 19, 2013 The health of Chautauqua Lake is at the top of U.S. Rep. Tom Reed’s agenda these days. Rep. more »»

On target

June 12, 2013 WESTFIELD — The Westfield Police Department has a new set of targets thanks to some local financial support. more »»

Possible lawsuit aims to prevent tuitioning

June 12, 2013 RIPLEY — A group of about 60 Ripley residents have announced plans to file a civil lawsuit to prevent the Ripley Central School District from sending students in grades seven through 12 to Chautauqu... more »»

Town passes changes to sign, markets, procurement policies

June 12, 2013 WESTFIELD — After holding three public hearings, the Town of Westfield amended its sign law, changed its regulations on outdoor markets and amended its procurement polic. more »»

 
 

 

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