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New Reading Program Focuses On Community Outreach

July 2, 2015 A book offers the chance to escape present circumstances and open the reader’s eyes to a brand new world. This summer, St. more »»

Taking The Next Step

July 1, 2015 RANDOLPH — Laurie Sanders, secondary principal at Randolph Central School, has announced that she has accepted a superintendency at Whitesville Central School in Whitesville and is leaving her... more »»

Chautauqua Lake Association Holds Annual Meeting

July 1, 2015 LAKEWOOD — For the Chautauqua Lake Association, a clean lake is everyone’s business and the mission continues to focus on effective lake maintenance. more »»

Warren Teacher Terminated From Contract Following Sex Charges

July 1, 2015 A Warren, Pennsylvania, high school teacher has been fired after being charged last month for reportedly having sex with a student. more »»

Fabric Of Time

June 30, 2015 The recreators of the past aren’t stopping with just the restoration of Jamestown Street Railway Trolley Car No. 93. Bob Johnston, Jamestown Street Railway Trolley Car No. more »»

Third Street Bridge Demands A Timely Solution

June 30, 2015 When it was first built in 1927, Jamestown’s Third Street Bridge became an instant catalyst for the development of the city’s westside and West Ellicott, making it possible to drive a car from... more »»

Reed Highlights Natural Disasters Tax Act

June 30, 2015 The tax code must work when natural disasters strike local areas, U.S. Rep. Tom Reed said. more »»

Lone Trooper Shoots Escapee

June 29, 2015 MALONE — The man who fired the shots that took down David Sweat is a veteran state trooper who’s also a firearms instructor. Sgt. more »»

Just Saying No?

June 29, 2015 MAYVILLE — The number of establishments selling tobacco products to minors in Chautauqua County is on the decline. more »»


June 29, 2015 Members of New Covenant Assembly Church will be treated to a special Sunday service July 5 in honor of America’s veterans. The Rev. more »»

Teacher Receives Tenure, Capital Project Reviewed At CLSC

June 29, 2015 MAYVILLE — In her last board meeting, the outgoing president of the Chautauqua Lake Board of Education, Jill Scott, awarded tenure to a teacher and viewed the presentation of possible capital... more »»

Moo-vin’ On Up: Chautauqua County Students To Graduate As NY Junior Dairy Leaders

June 29, 2015 Two Chautauqua County students are set to graduate from a statewide dairy industry-centered program after a year of commitment and dedication. On Aug. more »»

City Officials Continue Working With State Financial Restructuring Board

June 28, 2015 City officials continue working to receive assistance from state officials when it comes to lowering the local costs for several program. more »»

A New Dimension

June 28, 2015 WESTFIELD — Clad in blue and white, tassels hanging from their hats, the 2015 graduates of Westfield Academy and Central School stepped onto the stage and into a new phase of their lives. more »»

Sherman Graduates Prepare To ‘Explore The World’

June 28, 2015 Graduating seniors at Sherman Central School district were told to “go out into the world and explore it” at their commencement ceremony Friday evening. “Go out there. more »»

Jamestown City Council Hears About Faith-Based Program

June 28, 2015 A faith-based program trying to improve the lives of people living in poverty is looking to expand in Chautauqua County. The program is called The Open Table and started in Chautauqua County in 201. more »»

Maple Grove Graduates Begin New Chapter

June 27, 2015 BEMUS POINT — The graduates of Maple Grove High School strolled down the aisles of the auditorium with thumbs up and smiles on their faces. more »»

Frewsburg Says Farewell To Class Of 2015

June 27, 2015 FREWSBURG — Frewsburg Central School seniors walked across the stage Friday night, taking their first step into the “real world. more »»

Sales Tax Increase Passes State Legislature

June 27, 2015 ALBANY — Legislation authorizing Chautauqua County to impose an 8 percent sales tax — under the condition of a property tax cut — passed through the Assembly, clearing state legislative obstacles. more »»

Cheers And Tears

June 26, 2015 CLYMER — Amid cheers — and even a few tears — the students of Clymer Central School’s Class of 2015 bid a fond farewell Thursday as they graced their alma mater one last time. more »»



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