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The ‘Big Show’

PITTSFIELD, Pa. – There were no lions, tigers or bears in Pittsfield over the weekend - but the circus was more than enough to make those watching it say, “Oh my.” The circus is one of the oldest forms of entertainment with roots dating back to ancient Egypt, extending into the days ...

800 Take Part In Commencement At SUNY Fredonia

FREDONIA — The Class of 2024 at the State University of New York at Fredonia was encouraged to “put in the work necessary” and “embrace the journey ahead” during the university’s 197th annual Commencement ceremony Saturday. Graduates received congratulations from President ...

Raising Money

BEMUS POINT – The men and women of the Bemus Point Volunteer Fire Department are raising money to house the department’s lake rescue equipment. According to bemuspointfire.com, the department will host a fundraising dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., or until supplies run out, Saturday ...

Clymer Town Clerk Resigns, Deputy To Fill Remainder Of Year

CLYMER — A town leadership role has a new face in the town of Clymer as former town clerk Karen Foster’s resignation was accepted at the May town board meeting. Town Supervisor Brian Willink read Foster’s letter of resignation to the board during the meeting. Foster’s resignation is ...

County, Dunkirk Refuse To Pay Contractor More For Dock Removal

DUNKIRK — It appears, a company that was seeking nearly $100,000 more money for removing some old steel docks in Dunkirk last year will not get its money. In March, city officials visited a couple of Chautauqua County Legislature committees and requested $50,000 to pay for some dock ...