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Property Crimes Exceed Others

July 21, 2015 Property crimes in Jamestown continue to exceed all other crimes committed in the city. more »»

Randolph Names New Building Leaders

July 21, 2015 RANDOLPH — When students in grades seven to 12 return to Randolph Central School this fall, they will be under the leadership of a familiar face as well as a new one. more »»

Gone But Not Forgotten

July 20, 2015 The lives and legacies of three comedic legends will converge in Jamestown later this month for a one-time only roundtable discussion between the children of George Carlin, Joan Rivers and Harold... more »»

Preventative Measures

July 20, 2015 Although boater safety is constantly stressed, the recent drownings of two men on Chautauqua Lake have perhaps made the issue more salient. more »»

Uncharted Territory

July 20, 2015 The Boy Scouts of America’s decision to possibly lift the ban on gay adults is another step in the right direction, said Jamestown’s only openly gay elected official. more »»

Mayor: Riverwalk Maintenance Not Interfering With Parks Department Duties

July 20, 2015 The addition of the Greater Jamestown Riverwalk, which is continuing to be constructed, isn’t impeding the city’s Parks Department from accomplishing its many duties. more »»

Scandinavian Heritage

July 19, 2015 GERRY — Visitors from all across the county and even greater lengths were welcomed with open arms at the 14th annual Scandinavian Folk Festival on Saturday morning. more »»

Local School Districts Embrace Technology

July 19, 2015 In the age of technology, local schools are putting aside overhead projectors and keeping up with their pupils on iPads, education officials say. more »»

Districts Adjust To Common Core Curriculum

July 19, 2015 When it comes to Common Core Learning Standards materials, many teachers utilize a variety of sources for their curriculum. While a recent Thomas B. more »»

Bicyclists Seriously Injured In City

July 19, 2015 At 12:25 p.m. on Saturday, a van on West Eighth Street hit and seriously injured two female bicyclists. The bicyclists were struck head-on, sustaining serious injuries from the collision. more »»

County, Ellery Disagree On Landfill

July 19, 2015 ELLERY — Expanding the Chautauqua County Landfill in the town of Ellery is putting county and town officials on opposite sides. more »»

Swedish Pride

July 18, 2015 GERRY — The Scandinavian Folk Festival overtook the Gerry Rodeo Grounds on Friday as the 14th annual event started in style. more »»

Task Force Conducts Heroin Busts

July 18, 2015 On Thursday and Friday, the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force led heroin busts in Jamestown and Ellington. On Thursday at 6:15 p.m., Christian O. more »»

IDA Close To Filling ConAgra Facility

July 18, 2015 Chautauqua County jobs took a hit over recent years, and none as hard as the ConAgra closures in Fredonia and Dunkirk. more »»

Workshop Focuses On Accessibility For ESL Students

July 18, 2015 A group of 15 Jamestown Public Schools District teachers spent Friday morning as students. more »»

Gillibrand Fights For Professional Development Funding

July 18, 2015 WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. more »»

Plane Crash Injures One

July 17, 2015 A West Seneca man received non-life threatening injuries following a small plane crash Thursday morning. more »»

Former Attorney General Addresses Immigration Reform

July 17, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — Despite its impact on families, the economy, foreign policy and national security, immigration reform remains an all-too-elusive “Holy Grai. more »»

Federal Education Funding Saved

July 17, 2015 WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer declared victory after his public push to save federal education funding from cuts was validated on Thursday. more »»

Sheriff Wants New Camera Equipment

July 17, 2015 MAYVILLE — In-car and body-worn cameras could be a worthy investment when it comes to eliminating any possible law-enforcement liabilities, according to Joe Gerace, Chautauqua County sheriff. more »»

 
 
 

 

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