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Closed For Business

January 1, 2016 All three locations of U.S. News in Jamestown have been closed. The businesses are located at 107 W. Third St., 1377 E. Second St., and 712 Foote Ave., in the Southside Plaza. All three U.S. more »»

Halfway Point

January 1, 2016 Reaching the halfway point in his first term in office, Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan said he feels good about the accomplishments witnessed in the last two years. more »»

JPD Seeks Serial Arsonist, Tips From Public

January 1, 2016 A string of related arson fires in the city has Jamestown police and fire investigators actively seeking tips from the public. According to Captain Robert F. more »»

Looking Ahead, And Behind

December 31, 2015 For local officials, 2015 undoubtedly brought challenges and successes. As 2016 approaches, uncertainties over the repowering of NRG remain while more work awaits county officials. more »»

Board Of Trustees Approves Amphitheater Construction Contract

December 31, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — A construction project regarding the demolition of the Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater took a step forward Wednesday. more »»

Multiple Wage Hikes Take Effect Today

December 31, 2015 Multiple wage hikes take effect today for a wide range of workers in New York. The state’s minimum wage will rise from $8.75 to $9 in the last of three annual rate changes. In 2013, Go. more »»

Fredonia Juvenile Arrested For Wal-Mart Threat

December 31, 2015 FREDONIA — The Fredonia community was abuzz Wednesday after police responded to a report of an “active shooter” at Wal-Mart. According to Sgt. more »»

To-Do List

December 30, 2015 Several of the area’s performance venues are still in the process of filling their respective entertainment schedules for 2016, but a handful of events have already been lined up. more »»

To-Do List

December 30, 2015 Several of the area’s performance venues are still in the process of filling their respective entertainment schedules for 2016, but a handful of events have already been lined up. more »»

Home Invasion Suspect Receives Grand Jury Indictment

December 30, 2015 An investigation into the armed home invasion robbery that occurred Nov. 22 at 555 S. Main St., Jamestown, has resulted in a grand jury indictment against Felix J. Lozada, 25, of Jamestown. more »»

Bill To Expand Health Care To Pregnant Women

December 30, 2015 A bill recently signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expanding health insurance access to pregnant women. more »»

Schumer Announces Proposed Permanent Extension Of Teacher Tax Break

December 30, 2015 Teachers will soon see the reinstatement and a permanent extension of a tax break aiming to offset their out-of-pocket expenses for their classrooms. U.S. Sen. Charles E. more »»

More Foster Homes Needed In Chautauqua County

December 29, 2015 A majority of the 50 to 76 foster care homes in Chautauqua County are either full or on hold, leaving home-finding case workers looking for more families to accept childre. more »»

Home Invasion Suspect Receives Grand Jury Indictment

December 29, 2015 The investigation into the armed home invasion robbery that occurred Nov. 22 at 555 S. Main St., Jamestown, has resulted in a grand jury indictment against Felix J. Lozada, 25, of Jamestown. more »»

Drug Drop Box Prevents Abuse

December 29, 2015 Leftover prescription pills can often land in the wrong hands and lead to debilitating and even deadly results. more »»

Council Approves Neighborhood Watch

December 29, 2015 Like several streets in the city of Jamestown, upper Dearborn residents have had enough with illegal activity and will be watching for those doing wrong. more »»

Blossoming Businesses

December 28, 2015 Despite constant concerns over a depressed economy, four businesses which opened this past year say they are doing wel. more »»

RUS Program Easing Burden On County Jail

December 28, 2015 Although efforts to reduce the number of inmates at the Chautauqua County Jail have proved slow and cumbersome, one development this year has bore promising — and potentially life-changing — result. more »»

$75K Grant To Bring Handicap Accessibility To City Homes

December 28, 2015 Nearly $23 million has been awarded to municipalities and nonprofit organizations statewide — including in Chautauqua County — to rehabilitate homes for the elderly and disabled. more »»

Sheldon Foundation Donates $100K Toward New City Park

December 28, 2015 CODE Inc. recently received a $100,000 check from the Ralph C. more »»

 
 
 

 

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