BEMUS POINT- Hundreds of dead fish have floated into Bemus Point.
Christine Schuyler, director of the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services, said she feels this is a result of a "winter fish kill.
The recent decision by ConAgra to shut down its Carriage House plants in Dunkirk and Fredonia, resulting in the loss of over 400 local jobs, reveals once again how decisions made in distant places can have a significant impact on the local economy.
A Jamestown man was able to save his home from being engulfed by flames Sunday afternoon. Jamestown Fire Department responded to the fire at around 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, and when they came to the scene at 24 Cutting S.
SALAMANCA - The Seneca Pow Wow will be at home, in Veterans Memorial Park, in Salamanca for the next few years, according to an agreement between the Seneca Nation of Indians and the city of Salamanca.
More than a dozen neighborhoods have applied to receive assistance to improve the look of their homes.
The 2014 Renaissance Block Challenge is happening once again to give property owners a chance to renovate their propert.
LITTLE VALLEY - With unanimous votes, the Cattaraugus County Legislature is closing in on having contracts and wage agreements with more employees. While some remain in negotiations, the majority are now complete.
Dozens of area children and their families were looking for more than furniture deals when they visited the local Raymour & Flanigan this weekend.
On Saturday, the store hosted a community event in the form of its first ever Easter egg hunt.
RANDOLPH - Just months after her wedding day, one area resident received a life-changing diagnosis.
Jessica DiMaria, 25, a lifelong Randolph resident, married Chuck DiMaria in October and was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma in Januar.