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Horrigan Optimistic About Sales Tax Revenue

February 11, 2015 Sales tax collections in Chautauqua County saw a 3-percent increase in 2014, and County Executive Vince Horrigan feels optimistic about early 2015 numbers. more »»

A Clear Picture

February 11, 2015 The saying ‘‘A picture is worth a thousand words’’ was evident during a meeting about proposed changes near Chadakoin Park. more »»

Lifesavers Recognized

February 10, 2015 Gordy Overturf is lucky to be alive, and his appreciation for those responsible for that fact is being shown in a big way. more »»

An Empire Divided

February 10, 2015 At least two upstate legislators would like to break away from New York City. State Sen. more »»

Future Home Of Belle Remains Uncertain

February 10, 2015 MAYVILLE — The future home of the Chautauqua Belle remains uncertain as the Mayville community prepares to gather for a board meeting tonight. more »»

Sitting Idle

February 9, 2015 Buildings once filled with commercial and industrial activity remain unoccupied, but several departments and agencies are at the forefront to try and change that. more »»

Pagan Learning To Lead Again

February 9, 2015 A Jamestown religious leader for years is now also leading through public service. The Rev. Alfonso Pagan was appointed to Jamestown City Council in October to represent Ward 3. more »»

After-school Programs Great For Kids, Parents

February 9, 2015 After the school bell rings, some parents still need reliable care for their children. After-school programs bridge that gap, and provide educational, nutritional and emotional support. more »»

‘Double-Edged Sword’

February 8, 2015 As the school budget season hits and financial troubles are rampant, many districts are voting “no” to adopting the Alternative Veterans Exemption. more »»

Police Net Meth, Weapon In Probation Check

February 8, 2015 editorial@ post-journal. more »»

Still For Sale

February 8, 2015 CHERRY CREEK — A location once filled with winter amusement is still looking for an interested buyer after years on the marke. more »»

Legislature Term Discussions Continue

February 8, 2015 Serving four-year terms on the Chautauqua County Legislature is a real possibility, but more discussion is needed and a number of steps require approval in moving forwar. more »»

Local Mom Calls Attention To Heart Failure Awareness Week

February 8, 2015 An area woman is doing her part to educate the community on the nation’s No. 1 birth defect — congenital heart disease. more »»

Youth Group, Police Bond Over Basketball

February 7, 2015 Laughter, cheering and shouting filled the gymnasium of Love Elementary School as the Jamestown Police Department and the Emmanuel Baptist Church youth group faced each other in a friendly game of... more »»

‘Huge Red Flags’

February 7, 2015 Not everyone in the New York State Assembly is on board with Carl Heastie’s new Assembly speaker titl. more »»

Monofrax Employees Returning To Work

February 7, 2015 FALCONER — RHI Monofrax employees are returning to work after the ratification of a five-year deal by both unions. more »»

Northside Religious Leaders To Discuss Chadakoin Park

February 7, 2015 Northside religious leaders have been called upon to gather information about a possible development project near Chadakoin Park. The Re. more »»

Hooky For Hockey

February 6, 2015 Students and teachers from nine area school districts integrated live sports and a lesson in safety into their curriculum Thursday. more »»

Murky Waters

February 6, 2015 MAYVILLE — Despite concerns in the community, Mayville’s mayor says he does not want to see the Chautauqua Belle leave. However, that ship may have already saile. more »»

Police Consolidation: Move Forward Or Move On

February 6, 2015 It’s time to reach an agreement or move on. That is what Sam Teresi, Jamestown mayor, is saying about the long-discussed consolidation of county and city police services. more »»



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