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When The Levee Breaks

July 15, 2015 Residents evacuated and emergency crews sprang into action when streets became rivers in the villages of Silver Creek and Fredonia Tuesday. more »»

Brocton, Portland Receive Assistance After Record Rainfall

July 15, 2015 BROCTON — When it rains, it pours. more »»

Village Of Westfield Water Customers Placed On Water Conservation Order

July 15, 2015 WESTFIELD — The village of Westfield was forced to shut down its water filtration plant because it could not produce water that meets Health Department standards. more »»

City Council Continues Salary Talks

July 15, 2015 City Council will continue its discussion on whether elected officials should receive a pay raise. more »»

Institution Speaker Sonia Nazario Shares Trials Of Immigrant Journeys To U.S.

July 15, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — Imagine hopping onto a moving train hurtling along at high speeds in an attempt to reach a better life, or simply to reunite with a family membe. more »»

Living Out Loud

July 14, 2015 Comedy, with a bit of a revelatory twist and hint of solemnity mixed in, will be offered to attendees of this year’s Lucille Ball Festival of Comedy when Kelly Carlin brings her renowned, one-woman... more »»

Update: Brocton, Westfield Hit Hardest By Heavy Rains

July 14, 2015 The village of Brocton, towns of Portland, Ripley and Westfield were hit hardest by heavy rains overnight as the area is under a flood warning through the afternoon. more »»

NY NRA Affiliate: Gun Control Deal Does Little

July 14, 2015 ALBANY — The head of New York’s National Rifle Association affiliate said Monday that a gun control deal between Gov. more »»

Carroll Police Chief’s Court Date Rescheduled

July 14, 2015 LEON — The court appearance date for Timothy Wright, the Carroll police chief charged with assault, is now scheduled for July 27 at 7 p.m. at Leon Town Court. more »»

City Officials Looking At Train Excursions

July 14, 2015 A passenger train heading to Buffalo may one day happen again in Jamestow. more »»

Falconer Makes Progress On Dilapidated Properties

July 14, 2015 FALCONER — Progress is being made on dilapidated structures at 211 E. James St. and 359 W. Main St. in Falconer. The village approved the purchase of 211 E. James St. from Beckie Machado Short for $1. more »»

Volunteer By Trade

July 13, 2015 FALCONER — After multiple decades and countless hours of selfless volunteerism and community service, Geraldine “Jeri” Yauchzy has now been justly rewarded for her efforts. more »»

State Testing Hits Refresh

July 13, 2015 ALBANY — After a rough year of testing opt-outs, Pearson PLC lost the contract for some New York state testing, which was subsequently awarded to Questar Assessments Inc. more »»

Divvying Up The Bills

July 13, 2015 ALBANY — The number of Republican-sponsored bills passing through the New York Assembly this year was far less than those with a Democratic sponsor. more »»

‘Better Every Year’

July 12, 2015 Droves of people filled the large tent on Allen Street on Saturday as the St. James Parish’s Festa di Giacomo kicked off the 67th year. more »»

County Budget Process Underway

July 12, 2015 The 2016 budget process is in motion as County Executive Vince Horrigan continues the effort to grow Chautauqua County. more »»

Jail Budget Hampered By Inmate Health Care Costs

July 12, 2015 MAYVILLE — Whenever an inmate at the Chautauqua County Jail requires medication, a hospital visit or even a major surgery, it is the jail — and in essence, county taxpayers — that have to foot the... more »»

Rent Rates In Chautauqua County On The Rise

July 12, 2015 The cost of rent is rising in the Western New York region and Chautauqua County, according to a 2015 multifamily rental market repor. more »»

Brooklyn Square Stabbing

July 11, 2015 A Jamestown woman was taken to WCA Hospital on Friday after allegedly being stabbed twice during an altercation in front of the Brooklyn Square CVS. more »»

Educational Programs Battle Summer ‘Brain Drain’

July 11, 2015 “No more pencils, no more books,” the classic children’s rhyme declares, and many children are taking this to heart as they head into summer vacation — some say to their detriment. more »»

 
 
 

 

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