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Man Charged For Urinating In Falconer CVS

March 24, 2014 FALCONER — A Jamestown man is behind bars after he allegedly urinated in a local CVS. Ellicott Police charged Brandon K. more »»

Australian Pop

March 24, 2014 A 17-year-old Australian pop star, Cody Simpson, is set to perform during the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena’s third-annual Skating and Gymnastics Spectacular in Decembe. more »»

Health Care Action Team Receives First Physician Recruitment Grant

March 24, 2014 The Health Care Action Team has received its first physician recruitment incentive grant. D. more »»

Legislation Fighting Shutdown Of Specialized Workshops

March 24, 2014 Recent federal and New York state announcements have revealed that sheltered workshops employing individuals with developmental disabilities, such as those in conjunction with Chautauqua County’s tw... more »»

112 Golden Years

March 23, 2014 A nearly lifelong Jamestown resident who was born in Sweden has been found to be the 30th oldest person in the world at the time of her death earlier this month. Esther L.. more »»

Healthier Alternative?

March 23, 2014 The notion of a “healthier” cigarette that can satisfy nicotine cravings and be devoid of tar and other cancer-causing agents may seem a long overdue “Holy Grail” to smokers concerned about their... more »»

Educators Support Coming SAT Changes

March 23, 2014 Upcoming changes to one of the nation’s most recognizable assessments of college preparedness are being praised by local educators. more »»

Artistic Value

March 22, 2014 There is still time to save two murals at the James Prendergast Library. Last November, renovation plans for the library were announced during a public meeting. more »»

Collection Notice

March 22, 2014 Considering tax evasion? Think again. more »»

Probation Director To Retire After 33 Years Of Service

March 22, 2014 After a lengthy career, Linda Shields will retire in May from her position as probation director for Chautauqua County. more »»

Chautauqua Named Best Small Town In America To Visit In 2014

March 21, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — The town of Chautauqua has been named the No. 1 best small town in America to visit in 2014. more »»

Housing Demolition A Priority For City Residents

March 21, 2014 Continuing to destroy unwanted, rundown houses is one thing city residents want done with Community Development Block Grant funding. more »»

Fredonia Forced To Rework Budget Following ConAgra Announcement

March 21, 2014 FREDONIA — The announcement of Carriage House’s closure and elimination of about 425 jobs by February could not come at a worse time for village of Fredonia officials, who are knee-deep in the budge... more »»

ConAgra To Close Plants

March 20, 2014 DUNKIRK — More than 400 people will be looking for work after ConAgra announced it will be closing its Fredonia and Dunkirk facilities, with February as the projected date when the plants close... more »»

Former Red Wing President Recalls Glory Days Of Fredonia Plant

March 20, 2014 DUNKIRK — In the garage owned by Doug Manly is a small plaque with two $1 bills. It hangs as a reminder of the Fredonia Red Wing plant’s venture into the peanut butter business. more »»

Mains: No Reason For Gap Elimination Adjustment

March 20, 2014 After four years and billions of dollars in withheld aid to New York’s nearly 700 school districts, the gap elimination adjustment is still going strong — much to the chagrin of local administrator. more »»

Fractured Opinions

March 20, 2014 MAYVILLE — Fourteen Chautauqua County Legislators attended a special session Wednesday night to learn about high volume hydraulic fracking. more »»

NYSED Leaders Discuss Education With JPS Teachers, Parents

March 20, 2014 Jamestown Public Schools welcomed two big names in education back to the district to talk with parents and teachers in a more intimate venue. more »»

SCOPE Targets Voting

March 19, 2014 MAYVILLE—Members of the Shooters Committee on Political Education, or SCOPE, and its respective Chautauqua County chapter held an education forum Tuesday to inform local gun owners of the New York... more »»

State Agriculture Sees Progress

March 19, 2014 Preliminary 2012 Census of Agriculture data shows that New York state is making positive strides. In late February, the U.S. more »»

 
 

 

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