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‘Social’ Studies

September 4, 2015 After the bell rang on Thursday, Jamestown High School seniors crowded around tables piled high with ice cream sundae fixings, courtesy of the class of 2016. more »»

Storytime: Bush Elementary Kindergartners Excited For First Day

September 4, 2015 Students hung on every word as their teacher read the first story of the year in their kindergarten class Thursday morning. Despite the early dismissal at 11:30 a.m. more »»

City To Receive $250,000 From State

September 4, 2015 More than 20 months after first preparing to enter the program, city officials have officially accepted $250,000 from the state Financial Restructuring Board for Local Governments. more »»

County Water Quality Task Force Releases 2015 TMDL Status Report

September 4, 2015 MAYVILLE — Concerns remain over the water quality within Chautauqua Lake and its watershed, but management strategies to reduce pollutants continue to take shape. more »»

Back 2 School

September 3, 2015 Armed with new backpacks, bright eyes and a multitude of freshly sharpened pencils, Frewsburg and Falconer students returned to school with gusto Wednesday morning. more »»

Stabbing Suspect Found Hiding Under Pile Of Clothes

September 3, 2015 A Brooklyn man wanted for his alleged role in a West Seventh Street stabbing last month was taken into custody Wednesday morning. more »»

City Residents Found With Meth, Cocaine

September 3, 2015 More than 60 grams of powder cocaine were seized Wednesday after police raided an upper apartment at 248 Broadhead Ave. more »»

Former Ellicott Court Clerk Pleads Not Guilty To Grand Larceny

September 3, 2015 A former Ellicott court clerk accused of pocketing more than $30,000 in court funds pleaded not guilty last week to a third-degree grand larceny charge. Jennifer L. more »»

Paddle Wheel Damaged By Tree Limb Ends Bemus Point-Stow Ferry’s Season Early

September 3, 2015 BEMUS POINT — The Bemus Point-Stow Ferry will end its season early this year. A tree limb was caught in the paddle wheel last Sunday around 7 p.m. more »»

Stabbing Suspect Charged At City Apartment

September 2, 2015 A Brooklyn man wanted for his alleged role in a West Seventh Street stabbing last month was taken into custody Wednesday morning. more »»

City Residents Found With Meth, Cocaine

September 2, 2015 More than 60 grams of powder cocaine was seized Wednesday after police raided an upper apartment at 248 Broadhead Ave. more »»

Road Rage

September 2, 2015 ELLERY — Navigating the pothole-laden roads at High Acres Mobile Home Park is no easy task — and no smooth ride — for individuals heading to and from their homes. more »»

Love To Lincoln

September 2, 2015 A nighttime bus run was all Love Elementary School students needed to get excited about going back to school. more »»

Drone Used To Assist Architects On National Comedy Center Project

September 2, 2015 New technology was used to assist with the National Comedy Center project on Tuesda. more »»

Declaration Renewed By International Prosecutors

September 2, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA—Seeking justice and accountability for the world’s most horrendous crimes is an arduous, time-consuming and at times heart-rending endeavor. more »»

‘Crimes Against Humanity’

September 1, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — In a world all too familiar with genocide and horrific crimes against humanity, the work of international tribunals and prosecutors becomes more a moral calling than a legal obligation. more »»

Police Make Arrest After Five-Hour Manhunt

September 1, 2015 DUNKIRK — The City of Dunkirk Police Department arrested a Dunkirk man on an array of charges after an extensive manhunt that lasted from mid-morning until just before 2:30 this afternoon. more »»

Jailbreak Breaks The Bank

September 1, 2015 The state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision reports that it spent more than $12 million on a search for two inmates who escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility this summer. more »»

No Opposition To Third Street Bridge Redesign

September 1, 2015 No one opposes the proposed change to the traffic pattern on the Third Street Bridge. more »»

Reed Fumes Over Discrepancy In Gas Prices

September 1, 2015 For U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, the price tag for a barrel of oil and the cost for a gallon of gasoline at the pump aren’t adding up. more »»

 
 
 

 

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