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Weather Patterns Bring Below-Average Snowfall To Area

January 20, 2016 Those feeling weary of winter’s snowy weather can take comfort in knowing that snowfall this year has already been — and is expected to be — considerably less than previous years. more »»

Legislators Hold First Committee Meetings Of ’16

January 20, 2016 MAYVILLE —Chautauqua County legislators convened for the first committee meetings of 2016 by welcoming new members and working through a short list of agenda items. more »»

Reed Calling On Senate To Act On Refugee Bill

January 20, 2016 U.S. Rep. Tom Reed is calling for Senate action on a House proposal that would enact new security measures for refugees from Syria and Iraq looking to enter the U.. more »»

Slick Conditions

January 19, 2016 Despite a burst of lake effect and blowing snow Monday, vehicle accidents across the county remained relatively minor, according to the county’s 9-1-1 dispatch center. Captain Eric . more »»

Local Group Works To Keep People Off The Streets

January 19, 2016 There is a local group continuing to work to keep homeless people off the streets when the temperature reaches freezing. more »»

Fredonia Faces Declining Enrollment

January 19, 2016 FREDONIA — The population loss in Western New York isn’t just affecting the number of representatives being sent to Washington, it is also affecting the number of new faces coming to the State... more »»

Winter Recreation Picking Up: All Snowmobile Trails Open

January 19, 2016 To the delight of ski resorts and winter enthusiasts, snowfall and frigid temperatures have returned to the region with forc. more »»

Living The Dream

January 18, 2016 A vocal and spirited congregation assembled in full force at Emmanuel Baptist Church to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King J. more »»

Update: I-86 Reopens In Sherman

January 18, 2016 SHERMAN — Interstate 86 in Sherman has reopened. The New York State Department of Transportation announced an 11:30 a.m. more »»

Best In Flight

January 18, 2016 With plans to enhance Upstate New York’s airports, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing a competition with $200 million at stake. more »»

Mayor Agrees With Governor’s Homelessness Initiative

January 18, 2016 Jamestown is included as one of 10 cities with a high poverty rate that could be receiving $500,000 in funding to fight homelessness. more »»

Emergency Radio Upgrade Proving Expensive For Fire Departments

January 18, 2016 As police and emergency services across the county shift toward a new state-of-the-art radio system, a number of municipalities are quickly learning that change — however necessary — is not chea. more »»

Golden Years

January 17, 2016 Despite a decades-long stage performance career that has taken him from Jamestown to New York City to London, Tony Zanetta just might consider his time spent as David Bowie’s tour manager to be his... more »»

Free For All

January 17, 2016 Norm Merrill, set designer and building superintendent for the Lucille Ball Little Theatre, is pictured guiding a group of visitors on a tour of back-of-the-house spaces during Doors Open Jamestown,... more »»

Cuomo Introduces Consolidation Competition

January 17, 2016 A competition geared toward municipal consolidation and efficiency in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2016 list of proposals is encouraging taxpayer saving. more »»

Start-Up NY Impacts Lacking In Chautauqua County

January 17, 2016 Since its inception, 161 businesses committed to creating over 4,200 jobs were approved to receive a wealth of tax cuts through Start-Up NY. The impacts from Go. more »»

‘Anchor Of Pride’

January 16, 2016 BUSTI — A new block line coming to the Cummins Jamestown Engine Plant is advancing with limited production scheduled for later in the year. more »»

RHI Monofrax Could Close

January 16, 2016 FALCONER — A union leader representing workers at RHI Monofrax said corporate leaders are discussing options that would create changes for the Falconer plant. more »»

Executive Budget Would Give County $200 Million

January 16, 2016 Mum’s the word on a $200 million line item for Chautauqua County in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed executive budget. more »»

Two Charged In Sixth Street Drug Bust

January 16, 2016 Two individuals were taken into custody Friday after police raided a city apartment and found a quantity of narcotics inside. more »»



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