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Washington Street Corridor Discussed During Brownfield Tour

June 24, 2016 What is the next chapter for the Washington Street corridor? That was one of the questions discussed by city officials, community stakeholder groups and concerned residents during a tour of the... more »»

Moving Forward

June 24, 2016 Clymer Superintendent Bert Lictus declares the Class of 2016 as official graduates during its commencement ceremony Thursday. more »»

Fond Farewells On The Last Day In Frewsburg

June 24, 2016 Teachers and students waved furiously to one another Thursday as the school year came to an end at Robert H. Jackson Elementary School in Frewsburg. more »»

Squeaky Clean

June 23, 2016 While brushing and flossing your teeth are important, students at Bush Elementary School found out Thursday how important a visit to the dentist can be. more »»

Legislators Approve Budget Fix, SEQR For Sewer Extension

June 23, 2016 MAYVILLE — A $495,000 budget error is close to being corrected after county legislators approved to send leftover juvenile care funds to cover a shortfall in the county’s Medicaid share. more »»

Late Night Transportation Service To Prevent Drinking And Driving In Bemus Point

June 23, 2016 BEMUS POINT — While Bemus Point remains a popular summer hub for leisure and entertainment, it also boasts a fair number of arrests for people caught drinking and driving. more »»

The Good Times

June 22, 2016 For more than 60 years, residents of the Jamestown, Dunkirk and Warren, Pa., areas have been all too familiar with Donald “Bumpy” Peterson. more »»

PSC To Hold National Fuel Rate Hike Hearing In Jamestown

June 22, 2016 The New York State Public Service Commission is set to hold a public hearing next Wednesday at City Hall on National Fuel Gas Co.’s new rate hike proposal for Western New York users. more »»

Working Together: Be Part Of The Solution Group Announces Upcoming Events

June 22, 2016 Kim Carlson has made it her mission to fight the heroin and opiod epidemic plaguing the city, and nothing is holding her back. more »»

A Steel Will

June 21, 2016 ELLICOTTVILLE — When Sgt. more »»

MVP Plastics Cited For Safety Violations

June 21, 2016 A Jamestown company is facing $87,250 in fines after failing to correct a fall hazard and a recurring electrical hazard at its facility on Allen Street. more »»

Witruke Arraigned On Manslaughter Charge

June 21, 2016 A Jamestown man accused of a grisly double homicide faces two counts of first-degree manslaughter from a Chautauqua County Grand Jury indictment. Allen P. more »»

Coming To America

June 20, 2016 MAPLE SPRINGS — Researching the family line can bring surprise as three sisters from the area came to realize they had relatives residing in Sweden. more »»

Witruke Arraigned On Manslaughter Charge

June 20, 2016 A Jamestown man accused of a grisly double homicide faces two counts of first-degree manslaughter from a Chautauqua County Grand Jury indictment. Allen P. more »»

Sherman Retains BBF Honor

June 20, 2016 SHERMAN — Buffalo Business First has named Sherman Central School District the biggest overachiever out of all Western New York’s school district. more »»

ALSTAR EMS Encourages Public To Learn Hands-Only CPR

June 20, 2016 Although CPR is widely seen as a simple, yet effective means to save a life, many people are often confused — or downright afraid — to administer it when the moment of truth arrives. more »»

Jamestown MVP LLC Fined By OSHA

June 20, 2016 A Jamestown company faces nearly $90,000 in fines after federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration violations. Jamestown MVP LLC, 2061 Allen St. more »»

Some Fatherly Guidance

June 19, 2016 The first thing I see when I walk into the living room is a portrait of my father. It stands on the mantel above the fireplace. It is not a photograph. more »»

Tax Cap Compliance

June 19, 2016 Despite financial constraints and a stagnate taxbase, the majority of Chautauqua County’s municipalities are working within the state’s property tax cap — even if it is by a slim margi. more »»

Woman Dies In Crash, Two Children Survive

June 19, 2016 GREAT VALLEY — A 34-year-old Great Valley woman died Friday evening after driving through a four-way intersection in the town of Great Valley with her two children in the car. Teresa M. more »»

 
 
 

 

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