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Falconer Children’s Author Pens Second Book; Book Signing Planned For Saturday

August 5, 2016 FALCONER — Retired art teacher turned children’s author James Vincent is back with a sequel to his 2015 debut, “Back When And For Now. more »»

United Way’s Pacesetter Campaign Begins

August 5, 2016 United Way of Southern Chautauqua County, along with a dozen representatives from local companies and organizations, came together to kick off the Pacesetter portion of the 2016 Campaign recently. more »»

Chautauqua Celebrates Birthday With Promise Celebration

August 4, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — Chautauquans certainly know how to celebrate. From a photobooth filled with props, cookie decorating and a community band concert, Chautauqua Institution rang in its birthday in sty. more »»

Zoning Board Approves Garage Extension Area Variance

August 4, 2016 The Jamestown Zoning Board of Appeals has approved an area variance to allow for a garage extension on Pardee Avenu. more »»

Man Leads Police On Chase

August 4, 2016 A Rochester man faces several charges after leading Jamestown police on a chase around 8:45 a.m. Wednesday that began near Fairmount and Hall avenues and ended on Sturges Street, near Crossman Street. more »»

RTPI Announces ‘Talkin’ Trash’ Community Cleanup Initiative

August 3, 2016 The Roger Tory Peterson Institute is inviting community members to talk trash with one another in the name of science. more »»

Solar Lights Stolen In Busti, Police Suspect Meth Manufacturer

August 3, 2016 At a brief meeting of the town of Busti board, concern was voiced over rising incidents of theft, including more than 100 missing solar lights. more »»

Jamestown Man Linked To City Burglary, Arson Faces State Prison Time

August 3, 2016 MAYVILLE — A Jamestown man linked to a Pearl Avenue burglary and arson now faces an indeterminate sentence of 2-4 years in state prison. more »»

Chautauqua Blind Association To Host Wine, Art Auction In Westfield Aug. 11

August 2, 2016 WESTFIELD — Art inspired by the visual, tactile and auditory senses of several established artists from Chautauqua County will once again be auctioned in support of the Chautauqua Blind Association. more »»

Child Injured In Boating Accident

August 2, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — A 4-year-old was injured Sunday while his family was boating on Chautauqua Lake near Chautauqua Institution. more »»

Nothing ‘Criminal’ About Frewsburg Woman’s Death

August 2, 2016 KIANTONE — A 52-year-old Frewsburg woman who was found dead last month near Carlson’s Landing appears to have died from a self-inflicted wound, according to New York State Police. more »»

Gazebo To Host Loose Change Thursday

August 2, 2016 By Sue Ann Fish CHERRY CREEK — The days of poodle skirts, slicked back hair, and simpler times will fill the Memorial Park on Main Street as Loose Change brings its brand of old rock and roll, the... more »»

Chautauqua Gran Fondo Registration Now Being Accepted

August 2, 2016 Registration is now being accepted for the second annual Chautauqua Gran Fondo, which will be Saturday, Aug. 27. The cycling event kicks off at 9 a.m. at Lakeside Park in Mayville. more »»

Several Activities Planned For Dragon Boat Race, Festival

August 2, 2016 Food, live music and the unveiling of the new Lucy statue are a few of the activities planned for the 2016 Chautauqua Lake Dragon Boat Race & Festival. The event will take place between Au. more »»

Farrelly Brothers To Bring Mutt Cutts Van To Reg Lenna

August 1, 2016 Comedy writers and directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly are bringing the iconic Mutt Cutts van featured in the movies “Dumb and Dumber” and “Dumb and Dumber To” to Jamestown in conjunction with “A... more »»

Schuyler Says Higher Education Is Important To Leadership

August 1, 2016 A good education is a staircase leading to success, according to local health leader Christine Schuyle. more »»

Lakewood Garden Tour To Benefit Royal Family Kids’ Camp

July 31, 2016 Being treated like royalty is an experience few get to enjoy. However, for children ages 7 to 11 who have been neglected, abandoned or abused, it’s a necessary experience. more »»

Hope Fest Draws A Crowd In Downtown Jamestown

July 31, 2016 Barricades blocked off the street between North Main and Pine Streets as children played, music drifted over the air and people gathered on Saturday afternoon. From 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Wasted Money, Other Woes As County Complies With Narrowbanding Mandate

July 31, 2016 LAKEWOOD — John Bentley, Busti-Lakewood police chief, says complying with the narrowbanding mandate from the Federal Communications Commission has resulted in the lack of signal strength necessary... more »»

Mayville Under Water Conservation Order

July 31, 2016 As the region broils under severe drought conditions, at least one local municipality is trying to be proactive before its water supply runs dry. Mayville Mayor Martin Bova Jr. more »»

 
 
 

 

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