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NRG Project On Hold, Affected By Lawsuit

August 26, 2015 DUNKIRK — Plans for the repowering of NRG’s Dunkirk Power LLC plant are now on hold. more »»

Secession Efforts Continue Despite Lack Of Success

August 26, 2015 Despite a lack of past success, Upstate legislators, organizations and state residents continue to push for secession from downstate New York. more »»

Public Hearing Scheduled For Third Street Design

August 26, 2015 Whether by foot, by bike or by car, travelers of all kinds may soon find crossing the Third Street Bridge to be easier. On Monday, a public hearing will be held at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Tour Explores History Of Jamestown Fire Department

August 26, 2015 Retracing the Jamestown Fire Department’s nearly 200 years of history brings not only an impressive evolution into focus, but a greater appreciation of those who helped shape i. more »»

Room To Grow

August 25, 2015 WESTFIELD — With the construction of a fish ramp on Chautauqua Creek, steelhead trout will have the ability to migrate further upstream to grow their populatio. more »»

Satisfactory Conditions

August 25, 2015 Blue-green algal blooms have posed no threat to summer recreation on Chautauqua Lake this year. more »»

Lawsuit Impacts NRG Project

August 25, 2015 DUNKIRK — A lawsuit filed by Entergy Entities, which operates power plants in the eastern end of New York state, has caused a delay in plans to repower the NRG plant in the city of Dunkirk. more »»

Millions In Federal Funding To Remove Lead From Homes

August 25, 2015 In an effort to lessen exposure to lead, the federal government has awarded $2.2 million to Chautauqua County to remove health hazards from homes. On Monday, U.S. Sens. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y. more »»

Hochul Addresses Opioid Epidemic

August 25, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — Although tough enforcement can stem the flow of drugs into a community, it is ultimately a collective, communitywide effort that will diminish the area’s opiate and opioid epidemic. more »»

Childhood Lost

August 24, 2015 Rahsaan Graham is bringing his work home with him — in more than one way. Graham, senior director of Child Protection and Education at World Vision U.S. more »»

Doubling Up

August 24, 2015 A little over 9,500 Chautauqua County residents enrolled in health insurance through New York’s Marketplace in 2015. more »»

Operation Horseback: One Year Later

August 24, 2015 Just over a year ago, a large-scale and unprecedented drug sweep known as “Operation Horseback” staunched a serious flow of heroin into Jamestown. more »»

Smooth Sailing

August 23, 2015 LAKEWOOD — On Thursday at 6 p.m. more »»

Tri-Valley Wins BRWS Title

August 23, 2015 Tri-Valley, California’s Beau Garratt, right, and Asher Golden, center, hold the Babe Ruth 13-Year-Old World Series championship trophy while teammate Max Masajlo looks on Saturday at Diethrick Park. more »»

Area Fourth-Graders Score Below ELA Proficiency

August 23, 2015 According to state assessment results, no Love Elementary School or Ripley Central School fourth-graders achieved proficiency on the English language arts assessments this sprin. more »»

School Districts Use Traditional Measures For Opt-Out Students

August 23, 2015 Without a standardized state test to provide scores for many students, area school districts are using tried-and-true methods to accurately measure student progress. more »»

City Continues Demolitions

August 22, 2015 By this time next year, more than 60 dilapidated, condemned houses in the city will have been destroyed since September 2014. more »»

Burnett Fans Pack Chautauqua Amphitheater

August 22, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — Television, film and Broadway star Carol Burnett packed the Chautauqua Amphitheater to its last inch of space, full of people who grew up with her comic and dramatic genius and loved her. more »»

City Man Facing Rape Charges

August 22, 2015 A 20-year-old Jamestown man is facing rape charges after allegedly engaging in a sexual relationship with a juvenile female. According to the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office, Justin T. more »»

Federal Funding For City Could Be Cut

August 22, 2015 A federal program assisting city officials with several improvement projects is facing potential cuts. A bill has been proposed in the U.S. more »»



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