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Woman Hospitalized After Holiday Valley Ski Accident

January 21, 2016 ELLICOTTVILLE — A 22-year-old Blasdell woman was airlifted out of the Holiday Valley ski resort Friday after a horrific collision on the slopes. more »»

Schumer Pushes To Protect Identities Of Asbestos Victims

January 21, 2016 Those suffering from asbestos-related diseases — including veterans — may soon become the victims of intimidation and identity theft, according to U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer. more »»

Frewsburg Rest Home Residents Make Holiday Donations

January 21, 2016 FREWSBURG — Residents of the Frewsburg Rest Home host many fundraisers throughout the year, including their annual cookie sale that is held during the community’s Yard Sale Weekend, monthly bake... more »»

Jamestown BOE Focuses On Technology, Upcoming Budget Season

January 20, 2016 Even in the face of snow and cold, the Jamestown Public Schools District Board of Education has a job to do. more »»

Dunkirk Native Talks Stepmothering On ‘Steve Harvey’

January 20, 2016 VICTOR — Former Dunkirk resident Brenda Ockun, founder and publisher of StepMom Magazine, will appear on Thursday’s episode of the “Steve Harvey” daytime talk show. more »»

JCC Auditors Report Unmodified Audit Opinion

January 20, 2016 When it comes to finances, Jamestown Community College has one less hurdle to jump over. more »»

St. Bonaventure President To Step Down In July

January 20, 2016 ST. BONAVENTURE — St. Bonaventure University’s leading force for the past 12 years will step down in July. more »»

City Recoups Money From Emergency Demolition

January 19, 2016 An unprecedented event has happened when it comes to city officials recovering money from performing an emergency building demolition. more »»

Barone: Extension Of NYSUNY 2020 Program Is Critical

January 19, 2016 An extension of the NYSUNY 2020 program is a good thing for students, parents and universities, according to Mike Barone. In the State of the State address, Gov. more »»

Many Helping Hands Made Holidays Special

January 19, 2016 RANDOLPH — Many community members in Randolph were part of making the holiday season special for fellow community members. more »»

Lost And Found: Historic Church Bell Located

January 18, 2016 SOUTH VALLEY — In an instance which could only be described as a “miracle,” a bell from S. more »»

The Big 3-0

January 18, 2016 The Jamestown Harmony Express will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year. more »»

Keys To The City

January 17, 2016 Hordes of people hit the bricks Saturday for an annual day of free fun, local attractions and a growing sense of community. more »»

FAFSA Fun

January 17, 2016 Area students are knee-deep in navigating college financing, but there are helping hands available. more »»

Little Theatre Celebrates Long, Decorated History While Preparing For Upcoming Season

January 17, 2016 For nearly 100 years, a dedicated group of local thespians now situated in the Lucille Ball Little Theatre have been entertaining residents of the Jamestown area. more »»

Remembering A Legacy

January 16, 2016 Judith S. Kaye was not only the first woman appointed as chief judge to the New York Court of Appeals, but she was also a member of the Robert H. Jackson Center board of directors. Kaye died on Jan. more »»

New BPU Board Chairman To Be Selected

January 16, 2016 With John Zabrodsky not being reappointed to the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities, a new chairman for the board will need to be selected. more »»

Friedrichs V. CTA Might Have Consequences For Teachers Unions

January 16, 2016 A case being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court may have a detrimental impact on teachers’ unions depending on the outcome. Arguments were heard on the Friedrichs v. more »»

Muddy Business

January 15, 2016 ITHACA — Who knew a home could be built out of mud? Matthew “Matteo” Lundgren did and is about to prove it on national television Tuesday on the DIY Network at 10 p.m. more »»

Frewsburg BOE Approves Physical Education Plan

January 15, 2016 FREWSBURG — Physical Education at Frewsburg Central School is undergoing a change for the better this year, according to Christopher Yost. more »»

 
 
 

 

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