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Key To Success

May 14, 2015 Standing knee-deep in plant trimmings, leaves and other earthy matter, the local Key Bank volunteer team was full of laughter and dedication as they worked Wednesday. more »»

City Officials Discuss Slum Designation

May 14, 2015 Even though city officials may not like the designation, three slum and blighted areas have been targeted for improvement in the city. more »»

Clymer Central School Budget Includes 1.5 Percent Tax Increase

May 14, 2015 CLYMER — Clymer Central School District officials presented a proposed budget with a slight tax increase to the public on Monday, prior to a regular meeting. The proposed spending plan depicts a . more »»

Land Bank Approves Property Sales

May 14, 2015 Through investements by the Chautauqua County Land Bank Corporation, properties across the country are being brought back to life. more »»

Afternoon Accident Results In Minor Injuries

May 13, 2015 Minor injuries were sustained Tuesday after an SUV traveling northbound on Peck Settlement Road struck a minivan in the opposite lane while turning onto Buffalo Street Extensio. more »»

Three Indicted For Second-Degree Arson

May 13, 2015 A Chautauqua County Grand Jury has sent up indictments for the three subjects who were charged earlier this month following an April 30 fire at 19 Pearl Ave. more »»

Late-Night Blaze

May 13, 2015 A fire that engulfed the second floor and attic of a vacant 842 Spring St. home, pictured, on Monday night was ruled an arson. more »»

Local Law Paves Way For Webbs Project

May 13, 2015 MAYVILLE — After several months of discussion, the Mayville Village Board created a local law Tuesday night to clarify zoning variances regarding time shares and fractionally owned condominiums. more »»

Pursuing Dreams

May 13, 2015 Editor’s Note: This is part of a series focusing on students who have received scholarship assistance from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation. more »»

Lightning Strike Causes Damage In Lakewood

May 12, 2015 LAKEWOOD — A lightning strike resulted in minimal fire damage and unknown electrical damage for two structures on Big Tree Road in Lakewood on Monday afternoon. At 2:08 p.m. more »»

CAP Discusses Program To Prevent Child Abuse

May 12, 2015 Preventing child abuse is a job for adults. more »»

City Treatment Court Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary, Nearly 1,000 Graduates

May 12, 2015 The Jamestown City Treatment Court marked its 15th year anniversary Monday, honoring partners and participants alike who have helped shape the court into one of the most diverse and multifaceted... more »»

Gillibrand Pushing Bipartisan Medical Marijuana Bill

May 12, 2015 AMHERST — U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is pushing bipartisan legislation allowing states to legalize the use of medical marijuana to participate in programs without fear of federal prosecution. more »»

Emergency Demolition

May 11, 2015 RANDOLPH — First responders rushed to set up a perimeter around and were preparing to execute an emergency demolition of the Fischer-McNallie building in downtown Randolph Sunday evening. more »»

Volunteer Of The Year

May 11, 2015 A volunteer of the Fluvanna Free Library was awarded for her years of outstanding service on Monday. more »»

Lakewood Budget Passed Despite Split Vote

May 11, 2015 LAKEWOOD — On May 1, the proposed Lakewood budget went into effect. more »»

Regionally Produced Monthly Webseries To Begin Airing Wednesday

May 11, 2015 BUFFALO — Matt Wisniewski’s love for artistic exploration has led to the creation of his latest project: a monthly stop-motion webserie. more »»

Jason Bishop Surprises Audience With Reg Lenna Performance

May 10, 2015 Illusionist Jason Bishop entertained a good-sized audience at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts with visions of things they never expected to see Saturday evening. more »»

Encouraging Involvement

May 10, 2015 MAYVILLE — Community members and local leaders gathered under one roof to share information about Chautauqua Lake on Saturday morning. From 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more »»

‘FRED Fest’ Draws College Reaction

May 10, 2015 The weekend formerly known as FRED Fest was still fresh in the minds of the College Council Wednesday. more »»



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