SALAMANCA — Sandra Magiera has been a resident and business owner in Salamanca for many years, and she never remembers the state roads in the city ever being this bad.
FORT EDWARD — The Washington County Sheriff’s Office added a special new officer to its ranks on Monday, a 10-year-old who is teaching seasoned police officers and those around him lessons in courage.
LITTLE VALLEY — Members of Citizens Advocating Memorial Preservation (C.A.M.P.) and local residents gathered May 31 at the Civil War Memorial Building to meet and support veteran William Shuttleworth, on a coast-to-coast trek to raise awareness on veterans’ issues.
ELLICOTTVILLE — While New York lawmakers debate how to spend the revenue from potential legalization of recreational marijuana use, an upcoming symposium wants to discuss how legalization could impact public health.
SALAMANCA — In a battle to protect the region’s natural waterways, members of the Seneca Nation are paddling down the entire Allegheny River to raise awareness for environmental causes.
ROCHESTER — A second appeal of a decision in a Cattaraugus election case was heard Thursday in the Fourth Department Appellate Division of State Supreme Court.
ROCHESTER — The Appellate Division of State Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously reversed a May 20 Supreme Court decision that invalidated Cattaraugus County Independence Party authorizations for more than 80 candidates.
LITTLE VALLEY — The Civil War Memorial Building here will play host sometime in the next week to 10 days a 72-year-old Massachusetts veteran on a coast-to-coast trek.
BUFFALO — A Conewango Valley man was sentenced to time served for his role in a fraudulent Salamanca debt restructuring business that reportedly scammed 200 people out of $1.2 million.
Cattaraugus County Republican Chairman Robert C. Keis Sr. on Monday praised Nicholas Langworthy, the Erie County Republican chairman who will become the new state GOP chairman this summer.
SALAMANCA — In addition to the budget and Board of Education elections, residents of the Salamanca City Central School District will have the opportunity Tuesday to vote on a capital improvement project for facilities at several district properties and Veterans Memorial Park.
ELLICOTTVILLE — Thanks to the Natural Resources class at Ellicottville’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center, the Nannen Arboretum is getting a good clean up and a fresh start for the spring and summer season.
LITTLE VALLEY — A state Supreme Court judge ruled Thursday that Donna Vickman cannot run on the Conservative Party line for a one-year vacancy on the Farmersville Town Board.
The New York State Siting Board has accepted as complete the Article 10 application for the proposed 340-megawatt Alle-Catt Wind Farm.
LITTLE VALLEY — Cattaraugus County lawmakers voted Wednesday to refer the findings of an investigation of alleged misconduct involving two former county officials to the New York State Attorney General’s Office.
Cattaraugus County hasn’t recorded any cases of measles this year in the largest U.S. outbreak since 1994, which has now spread to 23 states.
MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello kicked off his Republican primary campaign for state Senate Thursday night at Webb’s Captain’s Table in Mayville.
RED HOUSE — The 2019 New York State budget contains more than $2.5 million for several projects in Allegany State Park, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this week.
New York state teachers are renewing their push to amend standardized testing as this week’s grades 3-8 mathematics assessments begin.
ELLICOTTVILLE — Mallory Little, a high school student at Ellicottville Central School, has literally been riding horses all of her life.
A trio of transportation projects in Cattaraugus County will invest almost $6 million in state-managed federal aid, officials announced Wednesday.
SALAMANCA — Officials of the Salamanca City Central School District last week learned that construction bids for Phase II of the ongoing capital project came in over budget.
LITTLE VALLEY — Cattaraugus County lawmakers will be asked Wednesday to add their voices to those asking the state Department of Transportation to fix Routes 219 and 417 through the city of Salamanca.
SALAMANCA — Citing the federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, the Seneca Nation is calling on the United States Department of the Interior to review a Compact amendment created by an arbitration panel, in accordance with federal procedure.
SALAMANCA — The Seneca Nation of Indians says that an arbitration panel’s order that the Nation pays $225.5 million in held-back casino revenues to the state amounts to an amendment of the Gaming Compact without federal involvement.
The Seneca Nation of Indians has been ordered to pay New York state $225.8 million in back casino revenue-sharing payments it has withheld over the past three years.
A provision in the recently passed New York state budget may complicate matters for Salamanca police and other law enforcement agencies that release mugshots via social media or to news organizations.
Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello has submitted twice as many signatures as needed on Republican, Independence Party and Conservative nominating petitions for the 57th Senate District.
RANDOLPH — Frigid temps on opening day of trout season didn’t deter any serious anglers in their pursuit of the “big one” as they fished area waters stocked by the Randolph Fish Hatchery.
ALBANY — The New York State Division of Consumer Protection reminds New Yorkers that, effective April 1, all new or replacement smoke detectors offered for sale in New York state must either be powered by a sealed, non-removable battery with a minimum battery life of 10 years or hard-wired t…
SALAMANCA — The Salamanca City School District recently won the Great Empire State Expresso Bike Challenge in March by defeating Malverne Central School, of Long Island.
SALAMANCA — Representatives from the Salamanca City Central School District visited Washington, D.C. last week to call Congress’ attention to the needs of area schools at the National Association of Federally Impacted Schools (NAFIS) Spring Conference.
SALAMANCA — With pothole-patching season in full swing and no hot asphalt to fill the hundreds of holes on the streets until mid-April, there’s only so much the city of Salamanca can do.
SALAMANCA — For the first time in more than 150 years, an important relic from the Seneca Nation’s history — and in the history of U.S. Native American relations — has returned home to the Seneca Territory, for now.
SALAMANCA — As posts nationwide celebrate the 100th birthday of the American Legion that is officially March 15, members of the Hughes-Skiba Post 535 joined in the commemoration with an awards birthday dinner March 9.
SALAMANCA — Few items in American history symbolize the troubled relationship between the United States and Indigenous Nations more than Seneca Chief Cornplanter’s peace pipe-tomahawk.
SALAMANCA — Renovations are moving along at the Salamanca Rail Museum, but the big anticipation is four railroad cars purchased by the Costello brothers that will add a new attraction to the museum’s activities and be on permanent display.
State Sen. Catharine M. Young, R-Olean, said Thursday as she prepares to leave the Senate, she is excited for the opportunity to lead the Agri-Tech Center of Excellence at Cornell.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The Ellicottville Central School District went into a shelter in place and lockout Friday morning after reportedly finding a threatening note in the school.
SALAMANCA — As the hunting seasons in New York state draw to an end, the Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino invites all avid sportsmen and outdoors enthusiasts to begin preparing this weekend for next fall.
SALAMANCA — The Salamanca Common Council unanimously voted Feb. 13 to adopt a tentative city budget of $9.9 million for the 2019-20 fiscal year with a 2 percent increase to the tax levy.
SALAMANCA — Talented locals gathered at the Ray Evans Seneca Theater earlier this month to audition for the “Southern Tier’s Got Talent” competition.
SALAMANCA — It’s been a little more than a year since the Salamanca High School robotics team entered its first competition, but students are still designing, building and exceeding expectations.
BUFFALO — Three people arrested in last week’s raid on a Randolph apartment will officially face federal methamphetamine charges.