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Diagnosing Savings

February 10, 2015 On Monday, the Joint Task Force on Efficiency and Cost Reduction, consisting of city government and Jamestown Board of Public Utilities officials, discussed the possibility of changing health... more »»

Randolph Leaders Gear Up For Busy Year Ahead

February 10, 2015 RANDOLPH — With a new leader at the helm, Randolph Area Community Development Corporation (RACDC) is ready to roll with new ideas and events for up-and-coming Randolph. more »»

Out Of Hibernation

February 9, 2015 MAYVILLE — Abigail Parker perched herself on a snow drift twice her size Saturday during the annual Winter Cub Fun Day at Camp Merz in Mayville. more »»

City, BPU Continue LED Streetlight Program

February 9, 2015 Jamestown and the Board of Public Utilities might be receiving some state assistance to lower street lighting costs. more »»

JCC Conducts Review Of Functional Areas To Better Programming

February 9, 2015 The Education Services Committee of Jamestown Community College met recently to get a better understanding of the academic program review. “Today, we’ll explain the process,” said Dr. more »»

Fredonia Holds Forum On State’s Fracking Ban

February 8, 2015 Horizontal hydraulic fracturing continues to be a topic of discussion in the local area, following on the heels of New York state Go. more »»

Passion Within

February 8, 2015 The All-County Winter Music Festival brought the county together for an evening of talented musicians and vocalists from all across the area Saturday. more »»

Warhol Effect: Prints, Paintings, Bold Statements

February 8, 2015 A bit of pop art, food for thought and a whole bunch of talent covers the walls of Jamestown Community College’s Weeks Gallery as the “Warhol Effect” exhibit gets underwa. more »»

Cassadaga Approves New Fire Turnout Gear

February 8, 2015 CASSADAGA — Firefighters in the village of Cassadaga will soon be receiving new turnout gear. Fire Chief Tim Cobb Jr. more »»

Wear Red

February 7, 2015 CLYMER — The Clymer Central School gymnasium was a sea of red shirts, shiny red hearts held high and smiling faces Friday morning as the school kicked off its National Wear Red Day for Women event. more »»

Three Charged With Drug Possession In City

February 7, 2015 Three people have been charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance after Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force members executed search warrants at 106 W. Eighth S. more »»

Busti Continues To Research Insurance Liability Policies

February 7, 2015 LAKEWOOD — The Busti Town Board is currently reviewing its insurance policy regarding recreation programs. more »»

Officials Discuss Electric Rate Case

February 7, 2015 A private meeting was held recently between officials from the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities and members of the Manufacturing Association of the Southern Tier. more »»

Dairy Disaster

February 6, 2015 CLYMER — Three pregnant heifers were injured and five were presumed dead following a roof collapse Thursday in Clymer. more »»

Ice Fortress Construction Continues As Scheduled

February 6, 2015 MAYVILLE — No, that’s not Elsa you see throwing a fit at Lakeside Park, it’s the continued construction of the Mayville Ice Castle. more »»

Small Cities Lawsuit Could End With An Appeal

February 6, 2015 Tim Mains, Jamestown Public Schools superintendent, recapped the small cities lawsuit for the board of education Tuesday night. more »»


February 5, 2015 SALAMANCA — Arianna Lux, a 14-year-old student at Salamanca High School, is returning to classes after a devastating accident on Nov. 24. more »»

Special Edition

February 5, 2015 Libraries across Chautauqua County will be celebrating “Take Your Child to the Library Day” this Saturday. more »»

Reed Talks Tax Code, Workfare Reform

February 5, 2015 Protecting the money of hardworking taxpayers is the goal for the House Committee on Ways and Means heading forward throughout the year. That’s according to U.S. Rep. more »»

City Council Hears Syringe Exchange Program Pitch

February 4, 2015 How many people will receive clean needles by participating in a syringe exchange program? “We really don’t know,” said Kimberly Lombard, Evergreen Health Services senior director of grant managemen... more »»



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