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Skeptics Question Fatal Overdose Statistics

November 8, 2015 Chautauqua County has had an average of nine fatal drug overdoses in the past five years — but skeptics are not convinced. more »»

Up In Smoke

November 8, 2015 A recent report from New York state’s youth and adult tobacco surveys reveals staggering statistics in e-cigarette use by youth. The surveys show 10.5 percent of high school students and 12. more »»

Voter Turnout Low For Local Elections

November 8, 2015 The 2015 election presented voters with a ballot predominately filled with local races. more »»

Lawsuit: Jamestown Shorted $109 Million In Aid

November 8, 2015 Several small city school districts across the state, including Jamestown Public Schools District, have been shortchanged $1.1 billion in the 2014-15 school year alon. more »»

Institution Board Talks Amphitheater Project

November 8, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — More time is needed to go over construction bids for the Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater project, according to members of the institution’s board of trustee. more »»

Local Officials Believe Clinton Will Be Democratic Presidential Nominee

November 8, 2015 It seems clear to a couple of locally elected officials who the next candidate for president will be for the Democratic Party, but it is still up in the air when it comes to picking a Republican... more »»

Century Of Service

November 7, 2015 Growing from a homestead gathering on the Kidder Farm to a full-blown ministry, Kidder Memorial United Methodist Church has a lot to celebrate. more »»

Bill Supporting 9/11 First Responders Stalls In House

November 7, 2015 A bill supporting first responders and survivors with 9/11-related illnesses has stalled in the House, leading to uncertainty surrounding long-term funding for key health programs. more »»

Report: $15 Minimum Wage Puts Jobs At Risk

November 7, 2015 An increase in the minimum wage to $15 across New York state could put 200,000 to 588,800 low-wage jobs at risk, according to a report released by the Empire Center for Public Policy and the America... more »»

Bemus Point Man Indicted In $3 Million Ponzi Scheme

November 7, 2015 BUFFALO — A former attorney from Bemus Point has been indicted by a federal grand jury for an alleged $3 million Ponzi scheme. On Friday, it was announced that James A. more »»

New Photos Of JCC Threat Suspect Released

November 6, 2015 Jamestown police released new photos Thursday of the suspect allegedly behind an “active shooter” threat to Jamestown Community College on Oct. 30. more »»

Renewing Tradition

November 6, 2015 A 150-year-old tradition will take on a new component at the local level this month when the Salvation Army of Jamestown kicks off its first ever “Ringing in Remembrance” campaign. more »»

Absentee Ballots Could Determine Results Of Close County Races

November 6, 2015 MAYVILLE — Five races deemed too close to call on Election Day could be affected by absentee ballots and provisional affidavit ballot. more »»

Busti Residents Discuss Library Funding During Budget Hearing

November 6, 2015 LAKEWOOD — Discussion at a public hearing for Busti’s preliminary budget Thursday focused mostly on funding for the Lakewood Memorial Library. more »»

From The Ground Up

November 5, 2015 With the start of construction at the National Comedy Center, the planned national attraction is no longer just a concept or an idea: It is a reality. more »»

Police Release New Photos Of JCC Phone Threat Suspect

November 5, 2015 Jamestown police released new photos Thursday of the suspect allegedly behind an "active shooter" threat to Jamestown Community College on Oct. 30. more »»

Community Foundation Aids Code Inc.

November 5, 2015 Jamestown’s neighborhood preservation company, CODE Inc., is acquiring a new, state-of-the-art security camera system, courtesy of reserve funds and a grant from the Community Foundation. more »»

GA Makes Call For Foster Families

November 5, 2015 Ann-Marie Orlowski is a living testament to the power of foster care and adoption to heal, and she is working to ensure that others will have the same opportunities. more »»

Counties Stress Need For Scaffold Law Reform

November 5, 2015 County legislatures across New York, including those in Chautauqua County, are calling on state legislators to reform a law they say impacts construction and business costs. more »»

Division Of Power

November 4, 2015 A Republican supermajority on the Chautauqua County Legislature will continue into the new year following the release of unofficial election results. more »»



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