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Young Faces Challenger For Senate

On Nov. 2, Republican state Sen. Catharine Young will be seeking reelection for the third time if she can defeat Democratic candidate Mike McCormick. Sen... Read More

Stutzman Comes Out Against County Budget

MAYVILLE - The County Legislature's lone Independence Party member will not be voting for the 2011 budget as it currently stands... Read More

More Cuts Wanted

MAYVILLE - Legislator John Gullo, D-Fredonia, wanted more to be cut from the county's 2011 budget by the Audit and Control Committe... Read More

Candidates Square Off On Business Climate

Though the objective may be the same, there are different avenues to combat Albany's red tape, according to candidates Andy Goodell and Nancy Barga... Read More

Lakewood Dissolution Vote on Wednesday

Residents in the village of Lakewood will have the chance to dissolve the community on Wednesday.

A referendum to dissolve the village of Lakewood into the Town of Busti will be held from Noon until 9 p.m. at the Busti-Lakewood Recreation Center.

To inform residents on the vote, the village of Lakewood has created a voters guide and forum. It is posted on http://www.petitionfaqs.com/

Wednesday's vote will occur just over one week since voters in the villages of Williamsville and Sloan decided not to dissolve their communities.


Congress Comes to Town

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer and Congressman Brian Higgins attended groundbreaking ceremonies on Monday at the soon-to-be revitalized Jamestown Train Station.

The train station, which was first constructed in 1931 and closed in 1973, will begin renovations that will allow it to become fully operating, bringing commerce and tourists to the area. Western New York’s congressional delegation has worked to secure over $4.6 million in funding for the project since 2005.

Congressman Higgins also visited the Jamestown Airport with Dunkirk Aviation President Lou Nalbone to announce $412,000 in new Department of Transportation funding for Chautauqua County airports.

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