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Lake Meetings On Tap

Thousands of tourists will begin returning to the county in the coming days - and they’ll have several opportunities to learn more about what’s being done to improve Chautauqua Lake. Jim Wehrfritz, a longtime lake advocate who has expressed concerns about how new state wetlands ...

Mayville Expresses Support For Fire Dept. Merger

MAYVILLE – Days after Chautauqua town officials expressed their support to merge the Mayville, Dewittville and Hartfield fire departments, village leaders are doing the same. During the Mayville Village Board meeting, the board scheduled a public hearing for May 28 at 6 p.m. at the ...

Assembly Dems Push Insurance Coverage For Lead Paint Damages

Members of the state Assembly are trying again to require insurance companies to cover losses or damages awarded to tenants who file lawsuits over lead paint exposure. The Assembly passed a bill requiring coverage in 2023 but the bill wasn’t taken up in the state Senate. Versions of the ...

‘Making A Difference’

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Across the country, the story for families is virtually the same: Child care is unaffordable for many, hard to find for those who can pay, and financially precarious for day care operators and their employees. The Biden administration and Congress tried to ...

Sunday In Cafe Duex Margot

It used to be that a cook would wander into the garden and select whatever was ready to be picked and make a dish from it. They would separate the vegetable from the earth, inspect it closely and inhale its essence. They were intimate with their ingredients. So, when you ate their dish, you ...