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Steamburg Man Pleads Not Guilty In May Fatal Hit And Run Case

September 9, 2016 LITTLE VALLEY—A Steamburg man accused of driving his van into two parked cars in Red House and killing a pedestrian is pleading his innocence. more »»

Land Bank Mulls Options On Properties

September 9, 2016 MAYVILLE — A dollar and a dream won’t cut it for two properties in northern Chautauqua County. more »»

Voters Prepare To Cast Ballots In Upcoming Elections

September 8, 2016 Voters are set to cast their ballots in next week’s state and local primaries that feature two competitive races. more »»

Students Use Shirts To Combat Violence Against Women

September 8, 2016 Armed with markers, paints and a bunch of clothespins, Jamestown Community College students are combating violence against women one T-shirt at a time. more »»

Restored Street Railway Trolley Needs A New Home

September 8, 2016 The next step in the restoration process of Jamestown Street Railway Trolley Car No. 93 is to find it a new home. more »»

AAUW/JCC Group To Host Clothesline Project Thursday

September 7, 2016 The AAUW/JCC’s Women’s Issues Advisory Group will shine a spotlight on violence against women by holding The Clothesline Project and It’s on Us to kNOw MORE event from noon to 1 p.m. more »»

Driver Smashes Utility Pole In Poland

September 7, 2016 POLAND—A Kennedy man avoided serious injury Tuesday after a sudden coughing fit made him lose control of his vehicle and strike a utility pole in Poland. The driver — 63-year-old David S. more »»

Town Of Harmony To Celebrate Bicentennial

September 7, 2016 The bicentennial celebration weekend for the original town of Harmony will kick off with a community worship service organized by Harmony and North Harmony churches on Friday, Sept. 16, at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Olive Garden Treats The Jamestown Fire Department

September 6, 2016 Jamestown Fire Department firefighters were treated to a special ‘‘thank you’’ lunch that included pasta, salad and breadsticks. more »»

Jamestown Student Wins Award In Regional Beauty Pageant

September 6, 2016 A Jamestown student will be heading to California later this year after winning a prestigious award in a regional beauty pagean. more »»

Tilaro Named New Assistant Principal At Randolph Central School

September 6, 2016 RANDOLPH — Students returning to classes at Randolph Central School this fall will see a new face in the high school administration. On Aug. more »»

CCE, Chautauqua’s Farm-To-Table Initiative Features Local Farm Store

September 5, 2016 Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County’s Agriculture Program is featuring the Spas Farm, an Ashville farm store offering grass-fed beef, as a featured farm listed on the Chautauqua Grown... more »»

Machinery, Comprehensive Plan Discussed At Poland Board Meeting

September 5, 2016 POLAND — Progress on current town projects and issues was discussed at a recent town of Poland Board meeting. more »»

Six Sheriff’s Deputies Certified As Newest EMTs

September 4, 2016 MAYVILLE—Six members of the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office, including Sheriff Joe Gerace, were recently certified as New York State emergency medical technician. more »»

Holiday Festivities Draw Crowds To Village

September 4, 2016 CASSADAGA – The small village of Cassadaga was a happening spot Saturday during the kick-off for the Cassadaga Labor Day Festival. more »»

Sherman Dissolution Plan Released

September 4, 2016 SHERMAN — The future is still uncertain, but residents of the village of Sherman are now better informed about the consequences of dissolution of the municipality. more »»

Wegmans Kicks Off United Way Campaign

September 4, 2016 The Pokemon craze has hit a local grocery store in an unexpected way. On Saturday, the local Wegmans continued its annual United Way Campaign with a little help from Pikachu, Charmander and Squirtle. more »»

City Releases Schedule For Sunday’s Labor Day Festival

September 3, 2016 The 37th annual Greater Jamestown Labor Day Festival will be held Sunday, Sept. 4, from noon to 9 p.m. at Bergman Park. more »»

Library Eyes New Window Project

September 3, 2016 As ongoing James Prendergast Library renovations near completion, library officials are already planning for more improvements to the 125-year-old building. more »»

Dunkirk Man Posthumously Named Ritzer Award Winner

September 3, 2016 Joe Sweeny, a former Dunkirk teacher who passed away in May, has been honored with the 2016 George Ritzer Labor Awar. more »»



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