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BELMONT — The Fountain Arts Center has been a local mecca for the arts since it was known locally as the Belmont Hotel. Now it wants to open its doors for children.

HINSDALE — The Hinsdale American Legion will hold a chicken BBQ for “the big game” from noon until sold out on Sunday, Feb. 13, at the legion.

OLEAN — Out of an abundance of caution and with the community in mind, the Southern Tier Symphony cancels its concerts planned for Jan. 29-30. After careful consideration, the decision by the Board of Directors comes as the area experiences increasing coronavirus cases.

The Catholic Diocese of Buffalo’s Appeal 2022, in support of Catholic Charities and the diocesan Fund for the Faith, has launched with a goal of raising $9.5 million by June 30.

OLEAN — Perry Attwell, departmental generalist for Cutco Cutlery Corp., marked 25 years with the company on Thursday.

OLEAN — Olean Theatre Workshop high school students will present the fun-filled musical “Godspell JR.” in four performances beginning tonight at the Washington Street Theater.

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In his first press call in 10 months Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Tom Reed praised the bipartisan infrastructure bill’s impact on New York state — from roads and bridges to broadband investments.

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OLEAN — Be prepared to bundle up when heading out over the next few days, or maybe just stay indoors with a hot beverage, as some cold temperatures and bitter wind chills are headed our way.

NEW YORK — The New York attorney general says her investigators have uncovered evidence that former President Donald Trump’s company used “fraudulent or misleading” valuations of its golf clubs, skyscrapers and other property to get loans and tax benefits.

WASHINGTON — Voting legislation that Democrats and civil rights leaders say is vital for protecting democracy appeared headed for defeat as the Senate opened debate Tuesday, a devastating setback enabled by President Joe Biden’s own party as two holdout senators refuse to support rule change…

COLONIE (TNS) — Price inflation may still be raging at historic levels, but consumers in New York state are more optimistic about their ability to buy things for their households than they were a few months ago, according to the latest Siena College Research Institute poll.

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{child_byline}By MARINA VILLENEUVE / Associated Press{/child_byline} ALBANY — New York would boost state school aid, provide sweeping property tax relief and deliver bonuses to health care workers over the next year if lawmakers pass a $216.3 billion budget outlined by Gov. Kathy Hochul on T…

JAMESTOWN — Gowanda Central School defeated West Valley Central School 64-20 in a recent Media One High School Bowl match at SUNY Jamestown Community College.

NEW YORK — Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday he will not run for governor, but will instead devote himself to fighting inequality in New York.

The Cattaraugus County Youth Bureau announces this week’s featured Youth Citizenship Award recipient is Maryam Mirza. Maryam is the daughter of Shazia Siddiqi and Zafar Mirza and is a senior at Olean High School.

From breaking ground to unmuzzling the dogs, from a slowdown in “Rocky’s Road” construction to a big win for Winn, here’s a look back on the week that was 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago in this edition of Turning Back the Clock.

Reviewing local municipal websites highlighted the various ways local governments use to inform their residents and visitors. However, some were more noteworthy than others — for better or for worse.