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Library To Showcase Drawings, Carvings

January 3, 2016 The Prendergast Library Art Gallery is presenting drawings and carvings by Scott M. Brown of Gerry from Friday through Feb. . more »»

‘Under One Roof’

January 2, 2016 This year, the days after Christmas are an exciting time for Lynda Carlson and her family as they have traveled “home” to be with her parents. more »»

Old Time Music

January 1, 2016 In the late 1960s, I lived in Indiana. I had a friend in Columbus. He and his wife were eastern Kentucky-born and they had a large teenaged and younger family. more »»

Mayville Library Receives New Children’s Books

January 1, 2016 Children visiting the Mayville Library are now able to check out over 80 new children’s books thanks to a donation from the Libri Foundation. more »»

Exercise Benefits Your Mental Health, Too

January 1, 2016 There has been plenty of media coverage on the physical benefits of exercise and being physically fit. You might say it’s a “no-brainer,” or common sense. more »»

Aspire Announces New Date For Annual Ski The Valley Event

December 30, 2015 ELLICOTTVILLE — Aspire of WNY celebrates its third annual Ski the Valley event being held at Holiday Valley Resort, ranked as the No. 3 Best Ski Resort in the East by Ski Magazine for 2016. more »»

Greek Fun

December 30, 2015 Poseidon, Hera, Zeus and Aphrodite recently made modern-day appearances in the Jefferson Middle School gymnasium. more »»

‘Honduras: Mayan Ruins And Eco-Resort’ At Nature Center Set For Jan. 8

December 30, 2015 Cattaraugus County photographer Michael Weishan recently packed a variety of adventures into 10 days in Honduras. more »»

Meals On Wheels Needs Volunteers

December 29, 2015 As normal winter weather arrives, Meals on Wheels of the Jamestown Area has found it has a need for community volunteers to help deliver meals to senior citizens. more »»

Implications Arise As Baby Boomers Live On

December 27, 2015 This county, this region, really the whole United States, includes a growing class of people, namely the aged population. more »»

Knowledge And Confidence

December 27, 2015 The Robert H. Jackson Center recently welcomed almost 100 teachers from Western New York and Pennsylvania to its third annual Conference for Educator. more »»

An Advertising Gift

December 25, 2015 Businesses used to give many different items away for advertising. more »»

Making Changes

December 25, 2015 Neil Delaney walks through the glass doors of the Lakewood YMCA at least five days a week without fail, even if he has to walk the 3 and a half miles one way from his house. more »»

Stick To Your New Year’s Resolutions

December 25, 2015 As humans we have become experts at multi-tasking. The issue is that sometimes our priorities are not in line. more »»

Holiday Feast

December 20, 2015 The dinner table at Christmastime is the gathering place of many families and Molly Backus’ family is no different. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

December 20, 2015 Kyra Kanicki and Tyler Howard, eighth-graders from Falconer Central School, bring Christmas cheer to residents of Lutheran, Heritage Park and Heritage Green. more »»

Dornsifes Do Christmas

December 19, 2015 RANDOLPH — The first thing one notices as they approach the residence of Helen and Wayne Dornsife of Randolph is Christmas wreaths with red bows hanging on eight front and side windows. more »»

Christmas Tree History

December 18, 2015 For many years, the Fenton mansion has been decorated for the winter/holiday season. more »»

Joyful And Triumphant

December 18, 2015 LAKEWOOD — While Chautauqua Mall is often thought of for its shops, it also functions as a festive concert hall. more »»

Santa Visits Vikings Lake Park Facility

December 18, 2015 More than 80 young people and their families greeted Santa upon his arrival aboard a large red fire truck courtesy of the Maple Springs Fire Department. more »»



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