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The closing of the Huntley Power Plant is threatening to put a plug on 19 million gallons of "raw" water that several local industries get every day. For nearly a century, the coal-fueled Huntley Power Plant generated electrical power and provided the untreated water from the river to neighboring manufacturers like PeroxyChem, tire maker Sumitomo and 3M O-Cell-Sponge fo…

JAMESTOWN – All six of the men who have served as Chautauqua County executive since the post was created in 1975 will come together to talk about their experiences and how the job has evolved during a program May 30 in the Robert H. Jackson Center, 305 E. Fourth St. Taking part will be Joseph Gerace, who served from 1975 to 1983; John A. Glenzer, 1983-1989; Andrew W. Go…

Homes left vacant and abandoned through an incomplete foreclosure process - also known as zombie properties -- can leave a black eye in any neighborhood, but across Western New York some communities are taking action to try to end the cycle. The Town of Tonawanda was awarded a $250,000 grant from the New York State Attorney General's Office through the Zombie Home Progr…