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Trio Charged With Larceny, Police Searching For Suspect After Incident

July 17, 2014 Jamestown Police are attempting to locate a suspect who led officers on a foot pursuit throughout the city after allegedly stealing property Tuesday night from the 7-Eleven on North Main Street. more »»

SUNY Fredonia Graduate Found Guilty Of Rape Near Syracuse

July 17, 2014 A 24-year-old SUNY Fredonia graduate who did student teaching in Dunkirk and Silver Creek has been found guilty by a jury in Onondaga County for sex crimes involving two 15-year-old girls in 2011 an... more »»

Two-Car Accident Sends Jamestown Woman To WCA

July 17, 2014 BUSTI — A Jamestown woman sustained minor injuries Wednesday after her vehicle was rear-ended at a Busti intersection. more »»

New IDA Director Has Personal Connection To Position

July 17, 2014 As fate had it, the new chief executive officer was already connected to the county Industrial Development Agency before even accepting the job. more »»

Cardinal Crew

July 16, 2014 RANDOLPH — Marshall Johnson and Louise Boutwell have officially joined the Randolph Central School Board of Education. more »»

Eleven Testify As Wells Murder Trial Begins In Mayville

July 16, 2014 MAYVILLE — Opening statements wrapped up and the prosecution began its case in chief Tuesday in the Fredonia murder trial for One Temple Square resident Jason Wells. more »»

Benefit For City Man Set For Saturday

July 16, 2014 Steven Schank had been experiencing continual bouts of sickness for months until finally, at the behest of his wife, Sharon, he decided to face what was before unthinkable, and undergo a screening... more »»

City Council To Possibly Reinstate Riverfront Management Council

July 16, 2014 A Jamestown City Council advisory council may be reinstated this month to assist with matters along the Chadakoin River. more »»

Major Leap Forward

July 15, 2014 By the end of the year, it may be easier for city residents to file housing complaints with the city. more »»

Administrative Services Committee Talks Foreclosure Auction

July 15, 2014 MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County officials are working to eliminate blighted properties and maintain the tax rolls at the same time. more »»

Phosphorus Reduction Efforts Continuing

July 15, 2014 MAYVILLE — Further efforts are being taken to monitor and decrease the amount of phosphorus entering Chautauqua Lake. more »»

Streets Change Order Sparks Debate In Salamanca

July 15, 2014 SALAMANCA — A change order for street repairs in Salamanca sparked heated debate between city officials recently. more »»

Haircut Countdown

July 14, 2014 SHERMAN — Less than a month remains before the hair on Sherman Mayor John Patterson’s head will fall to the groun. more »»

Spencer Charged With Felony Assault

July 14, 2014 Steven A. Spencer, 20, has been charged with felony assault of a six-month-old baby following continuing investigation of an assault case that occurred Friday. The incident occurred at 15 Hedges S. more »»

Veterans Gala To Be Held In Ellington

July 14, 2014 ELLINGTON — The Western New York division of the United States National Defense Force Support Command is holding a gala on Saturday, in honor of the veterans of the United States military, in... more »»

Salamanca Board Of Education Reorganizes

July 14, 2014 SALAMANCA — Annual reorganization of the Salamanca City Central School District took place with familiar faces in leadership at a recent meeting. more »»

Ripley Officials Show Off New Town Hall

July 14, 2014 RIPLEY — Close to 100 Ripley residents took a look at what their new town hall has to offer during a recent open house. “It was a fun day for those that came. more »»

Special Honor

July 13, 2014 A Chautauqua County native who spent nearly 40 years in the military has received the highest form of recognition his regiment offers. more »»

Code Enforcement Agreement Finalized

July 13, 2014 BUSTI — The Busti Town Board approved the code enforcement officer agreement with Lakewood at a recent meetin. more »»

Southern Tier West Hears Pre-Application Projects

July 13, 2014 SALAMANCA — Every year, the members of Southern Tier West Regional Planning Board hear proposals from entities looking to take advantage of Appalachian Regional Commission grant. more »»

 
 

 

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