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A Variety Of Questions

October 11, 2015 It is no secret that the Fenton History Center, like most other museums and archives, has a backlog of materials that have not been processed yet. more »»

Geared Up To Learn

October 11, 2015 ASHVILLE — With the focus on the future, the Raymond P. Hewes Center recently hosted an open house for high school students, parents and members of the community. more »»

Dairy Produced Locally 365 Days A Year

October 11, 2015 Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County is proud to be an integral part of the county’s agriculture industry — including the more 200 dairy farms that work to produce wholesome dairy... more »»

Capturing Excellence

October 10, 2015 FALCONER — The Falconer Public Library will be displaying the work of Maria Johnson Rosage for the month of October. more »»

Renaissance Block Challenge Hosts Cluster Tours

October 10, 2015 City officials and foundation investors were able to see first hand how neighborhoods are improving through exterior home renovations. more »»

A New View

October 9, 2015 Joy Behar is looking forward to her impending visit to the hometown of one of comedy’s most enduring legends: Lucille Ball. more »»

Young Recognized For Commitment To Veterans

October 9, 2015 OLEAN — In recognition of her efforts to assist area veterans, active duty service members and the families of those serving the country, the Military Order of the Purple Heart recently presented Sen. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

October 4, 2015 Pictured is Mason Peelman, the son of Crystal and Aaron Peelman. Every year, they attend Step It Up for Autism under the name Team Mason. New York State Se. more »»

Coming Full-Circle

October 3, 2015 A Jamestown resident’s decades long journey into her family history has culminated in a recent trip to the village from which her paternal lineage hails. more »»

Soxy’s Army Reunion

October 2, 2015 It was in August 1913 that the men in the above photograph returned to Jamestown to participate in the reunion of Soxey’s Army. more »»

Above It All

October 2, 2015 On Sept. 23, my wife, Sue and I took a SunAir Express flight to Pittsburgh with a return flight the same day after exploring the Pittsburgh airport and enjoying lunch. more »»

Mental Health Matters As Much As Physical Health

October 2, 2015 We think of food, shelter and clothing as basic human needs. more »»

Here Comes Halloween

September 30, 2015 GREAT VALLEY — As the leaves turn different shades of red, orange and brown and fall comes into view, Pumpkinville offers a great family getaway. more »»

Dream Come True

September 27, 2015 LAKEWOOD — With thanks for the support of several local and regional sponsors, 12-year-old Suzannah Goins of Lakewood is now able to make use of a therapeutic swim spa in her own backyard. more »»

Joining The Pride

September 26, 2015 RANDOLPH — The Randolph Lions Club inducted three new members at a dinner meeting held at the Randolph American Legion on Sept. 17. more »»

Jamestown Pride Society To Receive T. Richard Parker Award

September 26, 2015 The Jamestown Pride Society is the most recent recipient of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Jamestown’s annual T. Richard Parker Award. On Sunday, at 10:30 a.m. more »»

Stocks With A Story

September 25, 2015 Out of two boxes of items that were recently donated to the Fenton History Center, four colorful pieces of paper caught my attention. They were stock certificates. more »»

Spirit Of Giving

September 25, 2015 A loud rumbling sounded as area firefighters on motorcycles delivered their school supplies to Bush Elementary School on Wednesday morning. more »»

Former ‘Y-Kid’ Gives Back To Organization

September 25, 2015 His eyes glaze over a building ... a building that has been a sanctuary to him for several years. A building that — for him — represents peace, safety and acceptance. more »»

Explanation Of Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

September 25, 2015 Often called a stiff or “frozen shoulder,” adhesive capsulitis occurs in about 2-5 percent of the general population. more »»



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