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5/20/2024 7:51:54 PM
More than a year after being awarded $10 million through New York State's Downtown Revitalization Initiative, the City of Dunkirk has learned what projects will be funded with that money. On Monday, Governor Kathy Hochul's Office released a list of nine projects in the city totaling $9.7 million the state will support with DRI funds. Dunkirk Mayor Kate Wdowiasz says the city is excited about more
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2024-05-21 08:01
Firefighters from seven departments were called to battle an early morning fire at a residence in the Village of Falconer on Tuesday. The Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office says the call for the fire at 2 Waldemeere Avenue came in shortly before 3:30 AM, with crews from Falconer, Gerry, Kennedy, Busti, Lakewood and Jamestown responding to the scene. An investigation by the county's Fire more
2024-05-21 06:28
An investigation into a disturbance in the area of West 5th Street and Dove Street in Dunkirk resulted in the arrest of a city man. Dunkirk Police responded to the scene last Wednesday just before 5:30 PM and determined that 41-year-old Alejandro Gonzalez-Virola was involved in a domestic dispute with a female, during which he allegedly struck the female with his vehicle before leaving the more
2024-05-21 06:14
After getting a free pass into the quarterfinal round of the Section VI Class B baseball playoffs last weekend, Fredonia took to its home field to face Newfane for its first action of the postseason on Monday, and the Hillbillies had little trouble. In a game that aired on WDOE, Fredonia put together some big innings and silenced the Panthers' bats en route to a 10-0 victory in six innings. more
2024-05-20 02:47
The Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation has awarded $95,965 to a total of 19 organizations in the area through its Spring Community Benefits Grant Program. Two NCCF representatives spoke about the grants on WDOE's "Viewpoint" program on Monday. Executive Director Diane Hannum says the grants are being issued to a variety organizations that serve the northern Chautauqua region... [ more
2024-05-20 02:10
The New York State Department of Transportation will host a public information meeting pertaining to a proposed bridge replacement project scheduled to begin next spring on Route 5 over Canadaway Creek in the Town of Dunkirk. The informal, open house meeting will take place on Wednesday from 4:00-6:00 PM at Dunkirk Town Hall and will feature displays about the project and provide an opportunity more
2024-05-20 01:58
A State Supreme Court judge from Livingston County recently invalidated a ballot measure that would codify reproductive rights into New York's constitution. The ruling found that the Democrat-led State Legislature did not follow the mandated process in its effort to include the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) on the ballot in November. State Senator George Borrello is pleased with the ruling... [ more
2024-05-20 10:34
Gas prices are continuing to trend slightly lower as the Memorial Day travel weekend approaches. AAA reports that Monday's national average price for a gallon of gas is $3.59, which is almost three cents lower compared to a week ago. New York State's average price at the pump is $3.70, which is down more than two cents. And the average for Chautauqua County is $3.61, a nearly two-cent drop from more
2024-05-20 07:24
A Jamestown man who had active warrants from multiple police agencies was taken into custody following a report of a suspicious male yelling outside an apartment building on Sunday. Jamestown Police responded to the area of East 5th Street and Prendergast Avenue at about 10:45 AM and saw 22-year-old Jose Correa standing outside. Correa, who was known to have warrants from the Jamestown and more
2024-05-19 06:27
The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has announced that School Tax Relief (STAR) credit recipients can now enroll to have their STAR credit payments direct deposited into their bank accounts. The new direct deposit option will enable eligible STAR credit recipients to get their STAR credits without having to wait for and cash a check. Eligible school taxpayers who enroll in the more
2024-05-19 06:15
SUNY Fredonia Director of Facilities Planning Markus Kessler, who has shepherded approximately 120 campus construction projects having a combined value of over $430 million, has received the 2024 Daniel Patrick Moynihan Award, one of three Professional Awards conferred by American Institute of Architects (AIA) New York State. The award recognizes public officials or individuals who further the more
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