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Mayville Habitat for Humanity volunteers slowed by hard winter

May 14, 2015 By Ann Weidman editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Tea Party

May 14, 2015 Mothers, daughters and dolls made time for tea in Westfield on Saturday as the YWCA hosted its first-ever Mommy, My Dollie and Me Tea Party. more »»

SUNY Fredonia students bring music to Westfield Presbyterian Church

May 14, 2015 Young vocalists from SUNY Fredonia, who share their talent with the Westfield Presbyterian Church congregation during their school year, are headed for careers in music. more »»

W.P. Jackway VFW Post helping raise money for Boys State

May 14, 2015 “Participating in the American Legion Boys State is a tremendous honor, and we want to be sure that every young man who is willing to take on the challenge is able to get there,” said Chautauqua... more »»

Westfield Fire Department releases activity for April

May 8, 2015 The Fire Department of Westfield responded to 52 calls for service during the month of April 2015. more »»

Lincoln returns

May 8, 2015 By David Prenatt editorial@westfieldrepublican. more »»

Laureate Alpha Pi welcomes two new members

May 8, 2015 At the April 13 meeting, President Linda Bennett welcomed new members Carol Brown, Laura Ondreako and Tonja Dod. more »»

Cross Roads to hold ‘Soup-er Saturday’

May 8, 2015 Where can you go to get a delicious meal and help women undergoing cancer treatments preserve their dignity? Cross Roads Farm and Craft Market in Westfield. more »»

Book and Paper Show to return to Westfield, May 2

May 1, 2015 Westfield’s Eason Hall will be overflowing with books and paper collectibles this weekend. The 2015 Antiquarian Book and Paper Show & Sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Ripley BOE proposes budget with lowest levy in years

May 1, 2015 By David Prenatt RIPLEY — Ripley residents can look forward to experiencing an 8 percent decrease in the school tax levy for the coming year. more »»

Rotarians hear the value of knitting

May 1, 2015 “Reset your brain to ‘right side.’ Zati, or the art of “Weaving-a-Life,” deals with the mythical, the abstract and the spiritual components of life. more »»

Johnson Estate Winery: Yes, We Can! Awards for wines made from local grapes

May 1, 2015 Two Gold Medals and Best Buy Designations for Two Dry Red Wines in January 2015 Who says that western New York wineries can’t produce high-quality dry red wines? Johnson Estate, New York’s oldest... more »»

Westfield annouces Students of the Month

May 1, 2015 On a monthly basis, Westfield Middle School honors one student at each grade level as the Student of the Month. more »»

Westfield man awarded Carnegie Hero award

April 23, 2015 Matthew Ward of Westfield has been awarded the Carnegie Hero award. Ward saved Tyler Stefan from drowning, on July 9, 2014 in Westfield. more »»

County salutes those involved in rescue attempt

April 23, 2015 By Jimmy McCarthy Three individuals recently received recognition for their heroic efforts to save a mother and her son in Lake Erie last July in Westfield. more »»

Time to go fishing

April 23, 2015 Photo by Michael Wolfe The Allegheny National Fish Hatchery of Warren, Pennsylvania is pictured stocking lake trout at Barcelona Harbor on Monday, April 20 around 10 a.m. more »»

Honorary Students

April 23, 2015 WACS announces Students of the Month... more »»

‘Shred Fest’ to destroy personal/confidential documents

April 23, 2015 All Chautauqua County residents who have personal and/or confidential documents they would like to have shredded for discarding will have that opportunity next month. more »»

PA State Senator Wiley visits Grape Discovery Center

April 16, 2015 Pennsylvania Senator Sean Wiley visited the Grape Discovery Center in Westfield, Friday April 10 for a tour and discussion with the Center’s Manager, Christina McKane and several members of the Boar... more »»

Sherman residents to see an increase in taxes next year

April 16, 2015 By David Prenatt SHREMAN— Sherman Village resident will probably see an increase of 1.34 percent in their taxes next year. more »»



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