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For The Children

October 7, 2014 The Kendall Club donated $3,000 to Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Center on Monday afternoo. more »»

City Officials Discuss Ways To Transmit Fair Housing Laws To Organizations

October 7, 2014 Laws protecting both tenants and landlords were discussed by city officials on Monday. During a Jamestown City Council Housing Committee meeting, Julie Stephens, Chautauqua Opportunities Inc. more »»

BPU Proposes Garbage Rate Increase

October 7, 2014 The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities is proposing an increase in garbage rates for 2015. more »»

Letters Of Love

October 6, 2014 SHERMAN—The 5-year-old Sherman boy whose courageous battle with cancer inspired a birthday card drive in September is showing no signs of giving u. more »»

State Receives GEAR UP Grant

October 6, 2014 The state has once again been awarded a federal grant to prepare high school students for college. Last month, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the state has been awarded $22. more »»

Ward Publishes Book On Chautauqua Lake’s Courtney-Hanlan 1879 Rowing Race

October 6, 2014 BEMUS POINT — A nearly forgotten piece of Chautauqua Lake history has been brought back into the public eye thanks to a local author. more »»

Mentoring Program Helps Student Prepare For Bright Future

October 5, 2014 As a senior at Jamestown High School, Aidan has big dreams. She intends to attend college to major in fashion merchandising and business, and her ultimate goal is to own her own business. more »»

Manslaughter Sentencing Set For Monday In Mayville

October 5, 2014 A former Fredonia man recently convicted of killing his neighbor nearly five years ago will learn his punishment Monday morning. Jason Wells will be sentenced by Chautauqua County Court Judge John . more »»

Happy Harvest

October 5, 2014 BLOCKVILLE — Attendees of this year’s Harvest Festival and Quilt show witnessed several demonstrations based on early settlers. more »»

Sandberg Kessler Updates Poland On Progress Of Accessibility Project

October 5, 2014 KENNEDY — At the recent Poland Town Board meeting, council members learned that progress was being made on the accessibility project, and began planning ahead for budget talks. more »»

Crews Respond To Chautauqua Fire

October 4, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — Firefighters battled through a heavy downpour Friday to stave off a fire in a Chautauqua home. more »»

Kennedy Pride Looks To Future

October 4, 2014 KENNEDY — Members of Kennedy Pride reviewed summer events and looked forward to future projects during their recent meeting. more »»

CRCF Gives Grant To Lakewood Tree Committee

October 4, 2014 LAKEWOOD— Recently the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation gave a $988.34 grant to the Lakewood Tree Committee. more »»

Celoron Water Project Unlikely To Be Done By Winter

October 4, 2014 CELORON— The Celoron Village Board didn’t have any new information this week for the eight homeowners whose well water went bad. more »»

Family Ties

October 3, 2014 FALCONER — As the school day ended, employees on strike at RHI Monofrax were joined by their children. more »»

Flash Mob

October 3, 2014 An outbreak of spontaneous dancing among teachers at Love Elementary School took students by surprise Thursday morning. more »»

‘Dedicated Dads’ Paint Pumpkins At Boys And Girls Club

October 3, 2014 Every first Thursday of the month, a special activity is designated for male role models and children in their lives. more »»

City Trick-Or-Treat Will Happen On Halloween

October 2, 2014 Find your favorite scary mask because trick-or-treat is still being held in the city on Oct. 3. more »»

Twist And Shout

October 2, 2014 FALCONER — Two years of countless fundraising efforts have paid off for students, faculty and staff at Fenner Elementary School. more »»

Jury Selection Continues For Coggins Trial

October 2, 2014 MAYVILLE — The struggle to find a 12th and final juror for the trial of Davide Coggins continued in vain Wednesday in Chautauqua County Court. According to Judge John T. more »»

 
 
 

 

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