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Medicaid Projected To Rise $700 Million Annually

March 23, 2015 Medicaid spending in New York state is among the highest in the country, and reports are projecting figures to rise even higher. more »»

Public Opinion

March 23, 2015 Community residents will have their say on how more than $1 million in federal funding will be used in the city. At 6:30 p.m. more »»

Chadakoin Park Community Meeting Set For Thursday

March 23, 2015 Community residents will have a chance to voice their opinions about the development project near Chadakoin Park Thursday. At 6 p.m. more »»

State Pushing For Increased Rehab Insurance Coverage

March 22, 2015 Helpless parents know the routine. Their child, despite having a deadly heroin addiction, is denied inpatient care because they’re deemed “not sick enough. more »»

Real Taste Of Russia

March 22, 2015 Six ladies from Russia entertained and engaged a large crowd during an annual dinner concert at Levant Wesleyan Church Saturday evening. more »»

Common Core Test Opt-Out Bill Proposed

March 22, 2015 As many parents and students across New York state consider opting their children out of Common Core testing, some state legislators are stepping up to make the move a protected option. more »»

Benchmark Report Shows Property Tax Burden High Statewide

March 22, 2015 New York residents bear some of the highest property taxes in the nation, but figures vary throughout the state. more »»

Wild Ride

March 21, 2015 BUSTI — Poor road conditions allegedly caused a rollover accident involving a silver Suzuki in Busti on Friday morning. Two females, ages 38 and 11, were involved in the accident. more »»

Small Cities Lawyers: State Should Fund Education Now

March 21, 2015 Trial lawyers for the recent small cities lawsuit are saying the state should fund districts appropriately now, rather than waiting for a court ruling. Gregory G. more »»

PGA Could Return To County

March 21, 2015 CLYMER — Chautauqua County could see the return of a PGA event to Peek’n Peak. more »»

Committee Targets $5.7 Million Deficit

March 21, 2015 MAYVILLE — A report released by the Deficit Reduction Commission is highlighting options for reducing the county’s $5.7 million structural deficit for 2016. more »»

Safe For Travel

March 20, 2015 The South Main Street Bridge is still safe for vehicle traffic. On Thursday, county officials inspected the bridge’s structure for safety. more »»

All Kids Need

March 20, 2015 Community members from a myriad of life paths joined together Thursday to support public education and discuss current issues. more »»

JPD Probes Thursday Morning Shooting

March 20, 2015 Jamestown police are investigating a man’s claim that he was shot in the shoulder Thursday morning while walking near the intersection of McKinley Avenue and Prospect Street. more »»

Police Revive Overdose Victim

March 20, 2015 A 22-year-old female was revived by naloxone Wednesday after overdosing on heroin at a Jamestown apartment. Another resident was charged with methamphetamine possession. Shortly after 9:30 p.m. more »»

Proposed Sales Tax Increase Seeing Support From Legislators

March 20, 2015 MAYVILLE —Chautauqua County’s sales tax took another step forward toward an increase Thursday. A proposed sales tax increase from 7. more »»

JCC Hosts 24 School Districts For 2015 Stem Wars Competition

March 19, 2015 The Jamestown Community College physical education complex was alive with the sound of moving mechanics and youthful zeal Wednesday. more »»

JPS Board Discusses Budget Plans, Possible Adjustments

March 19, 2015 At a Wednesday meeting of the Jamestown Public Schools Board of Education, members evaluated priorities in the event that state aid runs do not come through in time for the April budget deadline. more »»

JPD Investigating Thursday Morning Shooting

March 19, 2015 Jamestown Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Thursday morning at 5 a.m. on McKinley Avenue at Prospect Street. more »»

Public Notice

March 19, 2015 Editor’s Note: The Post-Journal is publishing a series of articles during Sunshine Week, a national initiative held this week to promote open government and freedom of information. A proposal by Gov. more »»



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