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Train Station General Manager Leaving Position At End Of The Year

June 14, 2015 The man who has operated the renovated Jamestown Gateway Train Station since it re-opened in 2013 will no longer be general manager in 2016. more »»

‘Wolf Pack’

June 13, 2015 The combined sports teams of three area high schools now have a banner to join together under for the next athletic seaso. more »»

Three Nabbed After Police Raid City Locations

June 13, 2015 Three men — including two parolees — were taken into custody this week after police reportedly discovered narcotics at three separate locations in the city. more »»

JPS BOE Ratifies Support Staff Contract

June 12, 2015 Jamestown Public Schools support staff can rest assured after the JSSA contract was ratified at a recent Board of Education meeting. more »»

Data Breach

June 12, 2015 ELLICOTTVILLE — A data security breach at an Ellicottville resort may have compromised the credit card information of several guests over a nine-month period. more »»

Fresh Tunes

June 12, 2015 Brian Hanna is shown performing “Drive” by The Cars during the second installation of WCA Hospital’s 2015 Downtown Jamestown Farmers Market on Thursday. The farmers market is held from noon to 6 p.. more »»

Meth Lab Discovery Lands Man In Jail

June 12, 2015 FRANKLINVILLE — A Franklinville man landed in jail Wednesday after police discovered an active methamphetamine lab on his property. Michael J. more »»

Xciting Times

June 11, 2015 The 46th commencement exercise of the WCA Hospital School of Radiologic Technology saw six students receiving certificates and graduation pins. more »»

JCC Looks To Implement Child Protection Policy

June 11, 2015 Board members, college officials and safety personnel studied suggested policies to protect children on Jamestown Community College campuses at Tuesday’s Education Committee meeting. more »»

JCC Anticipates Enrollment Numbers To Surpass Goal

June 11, 2015 Enrollment at Jamestown Community College is trending toward being slightly above the original amount budgeted, according to a report given at a recent education committee meeting. Dr. more »»

Reed Discusses POWER Act

June 10, 2015 Converting “waste heat” into electricity could prove beneficial for American manufacturers’ energy consumption and costs. more »»

Greater Jamestown AM Rotary To Host Riverwalk Race

June 10, 2015 The inaugural Great Jamestown Riverwalk Festival will start with a duel. On Sunday, June 28, the inaugural 8K Double Duel will be the kick-off event for the Riverwalk festival. more »»

G.A. Family Services Students Tour Jamestown Cycle Shop

June 10, 2015 Continuing its mission to educate youth on different job opportunities they can pursue, G.A. Family Services brought four students to the Jamestown Cycle Shop on Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Digital Danger: Falconer Central School To Host Internet Safety Presentation

June 10, 2015 FALCONER — In the age of SnapChat, Facebook and Twitter, parents have even more to be wary of when it comes to the Internet and their children. more »»

Tractor Day

June 9, 2015 SOUTH DAYTON — Tractors of just about every make and size filled the student parking lot at Pine Valley Central School on Friday morning as the PVCS chapter of Future Farmers of America hosted their... more »»

Busti Board Reviews Building Code

June 9, 2015 LAKEWOOD — At the recent Busti Town Board meeting, discussion revolved around allowing secondary structures to be constructed prior to primary structure. more »»

Area Man Pleads Guilty

June 9, 2015 BUFFALO—A Frewsburg man pleaded guilty last week to the possession of more than 600 images of child pornography on his personal computer. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Aaron J. Mango and Scott S. more »»

Student Safety

June 9, 2015 School buses may soon be equipped with cameras to identify — and deter — an alarming number of drivers who pass them illegally. more »»

Tale Of Two Comics

June 8, 2015 SALAMANCA — When you think about cigars, scotch and comedy, two men come to mind. One could hold his composure after a few glasses: George Burns was a class act. more »»

Ellington Applies For CDBG Funding

June 8, 2015 ELLINGTON — The Ellington Town Board hopes to help low- and moderate-income homeowners. more »»



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