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Some Lead Pipes Remain In Chautauqua County

April 11, 2016 Concerns over public drinking water supplies and contamination are on the rise after the recent events that unraveled in Flint, Mich. more »»

New Radio System A ‘Huge Step Forward’

April 11, 2016 After a month in operation, a new, state-of-the-art radio system at the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office is living up to expectations. more »»

Locally-Based Wrestling Venture To Hold Debut Event Saturday

April 11, 2016 Independent professional wrestling will once again take center stage at the Jamestown Community College gymnasium, but this time it’s personal. more »»

Justice In Waiting

April 10, 2016 Ever since her toddler niece, Nayla, was abused and tragically beaten to death two years ago, Camille Hodnett has urged herself to look up. more »»

City Rental Housing Deteriorating, Increasing In Costs

April 10, 2016 The number of available houses for rent has been dropping in the city while the cost to rent is on the rise. According to the U.S. more »»

Area School Districts Report Lower Opt-Out Figures For ELA

April 10, 2016 The local opt-out movement appears to have died down, according to area education officials. more »»

All Aboard

April 9, 2016 The fourth National Train Day will be joining another railroad celebration to form the first ever Chautauqua County Railroad History Weekend. more »»

Train Engine Barn Renovation Work Continues

April 9, 2016 Work is continuing to restore an important part of Jamestown’s railroad past. more »»

JPD, County Agencies Receive Funding

April 9, 2016 The Jamestown Police Department will receive more than $30,000 in state funding to help combat domestic violence in the city. The funding, announced Thursday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is part of a $13. more »»

Downtown Revitalization Program Included In State Budget

April 9, 2016 City stakeholders may be one step ahead of their competition when it comes to acquiring $10 million for downtown revitalization. It was announced earlier this week that one of Gov. more »»

JHS Art Students Show Works At St. Bonaventure, Albright Knox

April 8, 2016 Three young ladies from Jamestown are taking the regional art world by storm — all from the comfort of a high school classroom. more »»

JPD Apprehends Teenagers After Large Fight

April 8, 2016 A large fight was broken up by Jamestown Police Department officers this afternoon near First Niagara Bank. At approximately 3:21 p.m. more »»

Senior Faces Sex Abuse Charges

April 8, 2016 MINA—A Lakewood man was charged Thursday after an alleged sexual abuse incident in the town of Mina. more »»

Mother Spreads Suicide Prevention Awareness

April 8, 2016 It could be said a tattoo parlor is a strange place to join a movement, but for many local community members, it’s just the beginning. more »»

Chadakoin Community Comes Together For Brownfield Discussion

April 8, 2016 Community members and local leaders gathered together to hash out feelings, needs and desires that are heartfelt in the Chadakoin community Thursday night. more »»

Break The Cycle

April 7, 2016 For child victims of physical or sexual abuse, trauma can not only be long-lasting, but lead to debilitating and even deadly consequences. more »»

Lakewood Man Faces Sex Abuse Charges In Mina

April 7, 2016 MINA — A Lakewood man was charged Thursday after an alleged sexual abuse incident in the town of Mina. more »»

Former Officer Charged

April 7, 2016 BUFFALO — A former Jamestown police officer is facing charges for allegedly posting a threat against law enforcement in February. U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul J. more »»

Midway Slated To Receive More Funding In State Budget

April 7, 2016 MAPLE SPRINGS — Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday a commitment of $10.5 million for Western New York parks as part of the 2016-17 state budget. From that amount, $4. more »»

Sawmill Supporters Waiting For Answers In Busti

April 7, 2016 BUSTI — Several Amish men and supporters of sawmilling attended the Monday meeting of the Busti Town Board with hope the board reached a decision on operation within the tow. more »»



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