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Area Police Departments Awarded Funding To Upgrade Fingerprint Technology

May 31, 2016 Five police departments in Chautauqua County were awarded more than $20,000 in state funding to purchase or upgrade their electronic fingerprinting technology. more »»

A Joyful Sound: One Accord To Hold Concert On Friday

May 30, 2016 A choir doesn’t always need big numbers to put on a great performance. One Accord, a vocal ensemble made up of homeschooling students from through the area, hopes to prove this on Friday. more »»

National Honor

May 29, 2016 While many strive to win even an honorable mention in an arts competition, a local fourth-grader now has an honor of merit under her bel. more »»

CODE, STEL Receive Award By Working Together

May 29, 2016 Two local nonprofit agencies have received an award for providing a higher quality of service by working together. In April, Citizens Opportunities for Development and Equality Inc. more »»

CLA To Hold Denim And Diamond Fundraiser

May 29, 2016 The Chautauqua Lake Association has announced plans for a new fundraising event to take place this summer. more »»

Plaza’s Progress

May 28, 2016 The preliminary plan for the redesign of Tracy Plaza is almost complete. more »»

Route 20 Bridge To Be Named After Kevin White

May 28, 2016 ALBANY — Sgt. Kevin W. White, a native of Westfield, will be posthumously honored by having a bridge named after him under legislation sponsored by state Sen. more »»

Kibbe To Speak At Cemetery Service

May 28, 2016 The guest speaker for Jamestown’s 2016 Memorial Day cemetery services will be Doug Kibbe, a Chautauqua County native. more »»

Burrows To Serve As City Parade Grand Marshal

May 28, 2016 Andrew Burrows will be the 2016 Grand Marshal for the Jamestown Memorial Day Parade. Burrows was born in Warren but lived in Jamestown and graduated from Jamestown High Schoo. more »»

Official Start To The Grape Growing Season

May 28, 2016 PORTLAND — The declaration of ‘Bud Break’ officially starts the growing season for Lake Erie grape growers. more »»

County School Boards Assn. Honors Students

May 27, 2016 If the amount of accolades spoken by Sylvester Cleary were any indication, the more than 300 people in attendance at the Honors Night and Annual Meeting of the Chautauqua County School Boards... more »»

Cherry Creek Firefighters Hold Banquet

May 27, 2016 CHERRY CREEK — The Cherry Creek Volunteer Fire District held their annual banquet recently to honor those members who served the district during the past yea. more »»

Officials Mark Progress Of Jail Council

May 27, 2016 MAYVILLE — Although the once-ballooning population of the Chautauqua County Jail is starting to shrink, county officials remain cautiously optimistic. more »»

Steamburg Man Charged In Death Of Salamanca Pedestrian

May 26, 2016 RED HOUSE — A 19-year-old Steamburg man has been charged with second-degree manslaughter and first-degree assault after allegedly driving his van into two parked cars and a pedestrian who later die. more »»

Food And Fun

May 26, 2016 Colorful balloons and approximately 200 full shopping bags lined the community room at the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown for the annual Awards Night. more »»

Annual Street Jam Tournament Canceled

May 26, 2016 Organizers of the Street JAM 3-on-3 basketball tournament have canceled the event because of a low number of teams registered. more »»

BPU Receives Clean Audit From Government Services Director

May 26, 2016 The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities is fairly stable and performing positively, according to the city-owned utility’s auditor. more »»

Bemus Point Man Pens Story Of Wife’s Heroic Battle

May 25, 2016 On Saturday afternoon, June 25, Kim Rambacher of Bemus Point will trot on to Progressive Field, the home of his beloved Cleveland Indians, and play a pickup game with a group of Tribe fans who he... more »»

Randolph Girls Receive Lifeguard Certification

May 25, 2016 RANDOLPH — After training for nearly a year, five young women from New Directions, Randolph campus, recently received their official American Red Cross Lifeguard Certifications. more »»



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