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Preserving Property Rights

January 27, 2015 After last month’s announcement by Gov. Andrew Cuomo banning hydraulic fracturing, Congressman Tom Reed is looking at legislative action to protect private property rights. more »»

SNAP-Eligible Workers, Seniors Encouraged To Sign Up For Program

January 27, 2015 An assistance program is aiming to help working people and families in need with nutrition and foo. more »»

Twist And Shout!

January 26, 2015 RANDOLPH — For the first time, Randolph was chosen as the site for the “Shout! Southern Tier Cheer and Dance Championship,” hosted by Expressions Performing Arts Center (EPAC). The event was held Jan. more »»

Ripley Teacher Chosen For NYSED ELA Panel

January 26, 2015 RIPLEY — Members of the Ripley Central School District Board of Education offered congratulations recently to English, Language Arts teacher Karen Kondrick who was chosen to serve on the New York... more »»

Ripley Board Explores ‘Maker’s Laboratory’

January 26, 2015 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School Board of Education members recently embarked on an “expedition” as they toured the new “Maker’s Laboratory” led by three of the elementary school’s students. more »»

County Welfare Program Rates On The Rise

January 25, 2015 MAYVILLE ­— Participation rates in a welfare program aimed to provide self-sufficiency are increasing in Chautauqua County. more »»

Here To Help

January 25, 2015 In preparing to navigate the opaque world of college funding, many parents face the same question: How can I afford this? Those who attended Jamestown Community College’s “Fund Your Future” event on... more »»

Study Abroad Program At Jamestown Community College Offers Foreign Opportunities

January 25, 2015 Students at Jamestown Community College have opportunities that reach far beyond the boundaries of the campus. more »»

Mayville Passes Law Regulating Water System

January 24, 2015 MAYVILLE — Mayville has passed a new law regulating the public water system. more »»

Busti Court Opens Doors At New Location

January 24, 2015 LAKEWOOD — On Tuesday, Busti held its first court night at the town hall building at 125 Chautauqua Ave. For years the Busti Court was held on the second floor of the Anthony . more »»

Randolph BOE Makes Budget Adjustments

January 24, 2015 RANDOLPH — Randolph Central School Board of Education members recently made various budget adjustments in an effort to maintain the lowest possible tax impac. more »»

Chautauqua County Land Bank Receives Property Donations

January 24, 2015 The Chautauqua County Land Bank is receiving help from banks to take care of bligh. more »»

Mayville Plans To Change Zoning Law

January 24, 2015 MAYVILLE — Mayville is taking steps to change the village’s current zoning law. more »»

Coffee Craze

January 23, 2015 The former Pizza Hut restaurant on Foote Avenue is one step closer to be coming a new Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop. more »»

Paraprofessional Representative Asks For A Resolution To Negotiation

January 23, 2015 Valerie Hagglund, co-president of the Association of Jamestown Paraprofessionals, said the contract negotiation process has been “exhausting. more »»

Former Dunkirk Mayor Arraigned

January 23, 2015 BUFFALO — Richard L. more »»

Mayor To Have Council Vacancy Nominee By Monday

January 23, 2015 A nominee to fill the vacant Jamestown City Council position will be named by Monda. more »»


January 22, 2015 BUFFALO — Jeffrey Basil had every intention of killing Silver Creek native and Air National Guardsman William Sager Jr. when he shoved the 28-year-old down a staircase at a Buffalo bar last year. more »»

County Coroners May Receive Raise

January 22, 2015 MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County coroners may soon see an increase in pay. more »»

Lake Association Reviews 2014 Maintenance With Planning, Economic Development Committee

January 22, 2015 MAYVILLE —As with any highway, maintenance is necessary. more »»



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