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Last Week’s Collapse Shows How Fragile Infrastructure Might Be

October 26, 2016 It feels odd driving down East Second Street and seeing empty space where a building once stood. Think about it: Sunlight is now hitting those neighboring structures at 10-12 E. Second St. more »»

City Budget: Concessions Need To Be Made

October 25, 2016 Jamestown pays 228 employees out of its general fund — 173 of which are required through contract terms either negotiated or imposed by the state’s Public Employee Relations Board. more »»

Clinton: E-mails Are Still An Issue

October 24, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s primary defense against allegations of wrongdoing raised by the recent release of emails involving her and Democrat Party officials has been to note there is no way to determine... more »»

Some Things The Government Cannot Fix

October 23, 2016 Our newspaper has been full of stories in recent days touting coming economic development projects. Dunkirk has the Athenex project coming onlin. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 22, 2016 Thumbs up to the Jamestown Harmony Express barbershop quartet, which will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a musical blowout at 7 p.m. tonight in the Southwestern High School auditorium. more »»

In Midst Of National Election, Don’t Forget Local Elections

October 21, 2016 The Nov. 8 presidential election is an important one for our country as we elect a new president. Typically, such an important national election would guarantee high voter turnout. more »»

Role Of Community Colleges Needs To Be Redefined

October 20, 2016 The Albany Times Union recently published an interesting report that really should be discussed by candidates throughout the state during this election season. more »»

Cell Surcharge Needs To Go Toward 9-1-1 Upgrade

October 19, 2016 Recently, the New York State Association of Counties kicked off a new campaign entitled “Rescuing 9-1-1. more »»

Contract Negotiations Could Get Interesting

October 18, 2016 Ongoing contract disputes between Buffalo school officials and the city’s school teachers could have implications as Jamestown officials try to solve a looming budget deficit. more »»

Obama Ready To Knock The Dominoes

October 17, 2016 It is inconceivable that those in President Barack Obama’s administration are as ignorant of basic principles of economics as a new scheme seems to suggest. more »»

Teresi Needs A Bailout, Or A Change

October 16, 2016 As we said earlier this week would be the case, the 2016 budget proposed by Mayor Sam Teresi is ugl. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 15, 2016 Thumbs up to the 30 local artists who donated work to be auctioned during a benefit auction from 6:30-9 p.m. today at the James Prendergast Library, 509 Cherry St. Marion Aranyos, Donald F. more »»

Code Enforcement Officer Handled Political Yard Sign Controversy Correctly

October 14, 2016 Lakewood officials found themselves in tricky territory recently following complaints of political yard signs that violated a village ordinance. more »»

Can NSA Stand Up To Cyber Threats?

October 13, 2016 When Edward Snowden fled from the United States in 2013, bearing with him an enormous amount of secret government information, it became clear the National Security Agency was anything but secure. more »»

Strikes Can Be Necessary

October 12, 2016 One of the biggest differences between New York and Pennsylvania is playing out as we speak across the border in Warren. more »»

Today’s Budget Will Be Ugly

October 11, 2016 The fireworks over Jamestown’s 2017 budget got an early start last week when the state Comptroller’s Office released a report — requested by the city — blasting the city for the way it handles... more »»

What To Do About North Korea?

October 10, 2016 What next from North Korea? One week the rogue dictatorship tests new missiles. The next, it improves its nuclear arsena. more »»

Spending Must Be Made Carefully

October 9, 2016 One day’s necessity can easily become the next decade’s albatross. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

October 8, 2016 Thumbs up to Andy Scalise and his giant pumpkins, without whom it just doesn’t feel as if fall has officially arrived. more »»

United Way Aims For $1.3M Goal

October 7, 2016 The United Way of Southern Chautauqua County will need a lot of help reaching the $1.3 million goal for its 2016 Campaign. more »»



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