Free television recycling is Saturday

Allegany County residents can recycle their old televisions without cost from 8AM to 3:30PM, Saturday, July 6, at the Caneadea Recycling Center at 9425 Molyneaux Road, with a limit of two units per household. Televisions “contain many hazardous materials which can harm the environment if not disposed of properly,” according to the County Department of … Read more

Severe Thunderstorm Warning in effect until 5:45PM for Northern Allegany County and adjoining areas

WEATHER UPDATE #3 – 5:18PM: Extended pockets of strong thunderstorms are moving east across the Western Southern Tier and through Allegany County at this hour, appearing at this time to likely continue through the evening hours or beyond. Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM. and continue to monitor resources below for updates. Those seeking greater … Read more

Second Annual Seneca Caneadea Field Day scheduled

The second annual Seneca Caneadea Field Day, commemorating a return of the Senaca Nation to its former land along the banks of the Genesee River after nearly two centuries, is being held Saturday, June 22. The event will begin with a Genesee River Float in the morning and end with a New York State Collegiate … Read more

Two musical events scheduled for Northern Allegany County

Music followers are able to attend two events which have been scheduled over the next week in Northern Allegany County. Houghton Academy will be hosting a student music-led Worship Night of Praise from 7PM to 8PM Wednesday, May 22, in its auditorium at 9790 Thayer Street, with the Final Harvest trio appearing at the Caneadea … Read more

Town of Caneadea, including Houghton, could lose dry town status under state legislation

The Town of Caneadea may lose its ability to keep its community free from alcohol sales. The Associated Press and other media are reporting that a New York State Senate bill, making the sale of alcohol lawful in any municipality that had previously prohibited its sale, and precluding municipalities fromenacting any future prohibition on the … Read more