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Tragedy In Napoli

December 27, 2015 NAPOLI — When a seasoned journalist came to the area to research his family’s genealogy, he stumbled upon a story he’d never heard of and no family member had spoken abou. more »»

County Taking Steps To Curb Demand For Illegal Substances

December 27, 2015 Despite an aggressive crackdown on drug dealers and traffickers in 2015, local demand for narcotics has remained alarmingly persistent. more »»

Number Of Middle-Class Households Declining

December 27, 2015 The number of middle class households in Chautauqua County is slightly declining while the number of top earners gradually rises, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. more »»

Doing More With Less

December 26, 2015 Without much supplemental funding for technology, it is a huge challenge for the city of Jamestown to stay up to date with the latest advancement. more »»

Commute Times Increase Slightly

December 26, 2015 The options of working close to home are becoming slimmer for Americans living in cities and suburbs, according to Brookings Institution researchers and U.S. Census Bureau dat. more »»

County Technology Caters To Staff’s Familiarities

December 26, 2015 Chautauqua County officials may not always have the latest and greatest solutions with a small budget, but technologies implemented for employees cater to their familiarities for easy use. more »»

Evergreen Memories

December 25, 2015 Post-Journal readers submitted their favorite ornaments hung on the tree each year with care. more »»

Ornaments Continued

December 25, 2015 Post-Journal subscribers submitted their favorite Christmas ornaments. more »»

Ornaments Continued, Pt. 2

December 25, 2015 This Belsnickle (Father Christmas), pictured at left, has been our favorite ornament for many years. It was brought from Germany almost 100 years ago, so it has been in our family for a long time. more »»

Local Leaders Share Christmas Memories

December 25, 2015 Memories centered around the holidays are the gifts that we never lose and treasure from childhood onward. more »»

Blue Star Christmas

December 24, 2015 Boxes packed full of treats, goods and, most importantly, love, have made their way across the globe and into the hands of hundreds of military personnel thanks to the efforts of the community. more »»

More Than 20 Neighborhoods Apply For Renaissance Block Challenge

December 24, 2015 More than 20 neighborhoods are preparing for the Renaissance Block Challenge. more »»

City Officials Still Plan To Hire Excursion Train Consultant

December 24, 2015 Earlier this month, more than 27 projects planned in Chautauqua County received more than $7. more »»

Deck The Halls

December 23, 2015 There is nothing like the sound of Christmas carols sung by a choir — especially the Jamestown High School A Cappella Choir. more »»

JHS Penny Wars Raises $3,792 For Fellow Student

December 23, 2015 Some would say a penny isn’t worth much, but students at Jamestown High School would beg to differ. more »»

Reed Looks Back On ’15, Ahead To ’16

December 23, 2015 With the conclusion of 2015 legislative session in Washington, D.C., U.S. Rep. Tom Reed said there’s more work to do in the coming year when it comes to national and local challenges. more »»

Extraction Point

December 22, 2015 Pressed into service recently, a new bus is ready to serve Chautauqua County veterans in need of a ride to their medical appointments. more »»

Two Men Charged With City Burglary

December 22, 2015 Two men were charged Sunday after forcibly entering a 512 E. Seventh St. residence and robbing its occupants. Jamestown police said Francisco McGowan, 19, and Dylan L. more »»

Water Rates To Increase 2.7 Percent

December 22, 2015 There won’t be a 12 percent rate hike for the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities water division in 2016. On Monday, the BPU board passed the 2016 water budget that will have only a 2. more »»

Johnson Foundation Awards $93,335 Grant To Starflight

December 22, 2015 Carole and John Sellstrom of the Johnson Foundation have donated a $93,335 grant to Starflight. more »»

 
 
 

 

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