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October 9, 2015 Holding on to the past while looking ahead to the future can be a difficult act to complete, as many community members and local library officials are recognizing. more »»

Giglio Holds Opioid Conference In Olean

October 9, 2015 OLEAN—State lawmakers are under no illusions that heroin is an epidemic in their communities, and that ensuring its end requires an unprecedented level of buy-in and cooperation. more »»

Horrigan Signs Local Law Banning Microbead Products

October 9, 2015 MAYVILLE — Personal care products containing microbeads will no longer be sold in Chautauqua County starting Feb. more »»

Legislators Working Toward 5 Percent Cut In Property Tax Levy

October 9, 2015 MAYVILLE — County legislators within the Audit and Control Committee are looking to further reduce property taxes for homeowners and businesses. more »»

Group Effort

October 8, 2015 Jamestown Business College is embarking on a five-week journey to help youth from all across the region blossom into leaders. more »»

‘We Can’t Tax Anymore’

October 8, 2015 Unless there are many changes to the 2016 executive budget, Jamestown residential taxpayers will not be receiving a tax increase rebate check in 2016. more »»

Safety Remains A Top Priority At JCC

October 8, 2015 Jamestown Community College is wasting no time focusing on campus safety. more »»

Area Police Departments Awarded Grant Funding To Upgrade Fingerprint Technology

October 8, 2015 Five police departments in Chautauqua County will be awarded more than $40,000 in state funding to upgrade their electronic fingerprinting equipment. The announcement, made Monday by Gov. more »»

Man On A Mission

October 7, 2015 BEMUS POINT — Where some fear to tread, others dive in full force. Brendan Halbohm of Bemus Point is one of the latter. more »»

Library To Meet Over Art Auction

October 7, 2015 A court date has yet to be set regarding the potential sale of art by the James Prendergast Library Association. On Sept. more »»

Trial Date Set For Alleged Tops Shooter

October 7, 2015 MAYVILLE—Jury selection for the trial of Alexander J. Jewell, a Jamestown man linked to the July 24 shooting at Tops Friendly Markets on Washington Street, will begin March 8. more »»

Service Dog Provides Comfort, Learning Opportunity For JPS Students

October 7, 2015 A furry friend visited the Jamestown Public Schools Board of Education meeting on Tuesday night to show off all he had learned. more »»

Dredge This

October 6, 2015 BEMUS POINT — An alarming accumulation of sediment at the mouth of Bemus Creek at Chautauqua Lake has several nearby residents calling for a much-needed dredging of the waterway. more »»

Former Resident Uses Culture, History In Cooking Venture

October 6, 2015 A former Jamestown resident has found her fit in a multitude of cultures across the world. Amy Riolo lived in Jamestown until she was 12-years-old, but has since moved to Washington, D.. more »»

Foote Avenue Paving To Start Next Week

October 6, 2015 Paving work will start on one of the busiest highways in the city next week. On Monday, Jeff Lehman, public works director, said paving work will start outside of the city on Foote Avenue next wee. more »»

Walk To Remember

October 5, 2015 ELLERY — For the first time in three consecutive years, attendees of the Western New York Perinatal Bereavement Network’s Southern Tier Walk to Remember enjoyed sunshine on their special day. more »»

‘Scraping The Bottom Of The Barrel’

October 5, 2015 The 2016 city budget process isn’t going to be easy for the 10 elected officials and city administrators in charge of piecing it together. more »»

2015 Budget Process Led To Rebate Checks For Residential Taxpayers

October 5, 2015 Even though Jamestown’s 2015 budget had a tax levy increase of 2.35 percent, city taxpayers broke even. The 2015 budget was the first year of the state’s tax freeze program. more »»

State Receives C-Minus In Infrastructure Grade

October 5, 2015 An independent review by the American Society of Civil Engineers gave New York’s overall infrastructure a C- grade. more »»

Strawberrys Speak

October 4, 2015 Even a man awarded Rookie Of The Year can fall prey to drug addiction. On Saturday morning, Darryl Strawberry, former Major League Baseball player-turned-minister, attested to that. more »»



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