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Officials Offer Personal Takes On Political Sign Ordinances

October 7, 2016 In the wake of a local municipality’s recent enforcement of its political sign ordinance, two public officials are giving their take on a restriction that some see as controversial. more »»

Riding In Style, Axemen Deliver School Supplies To Local Schools

October 6, 2016 FALCONER — Rumbling through the streets on Wednesday, the Axemen New York Chapter 4 Motorcycle Club delivered a bunch of school supplies and smiles to schools throughout the are. more »»

Young, Hyson Discuss Minimum Wage In Different Lights

October 6, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the first of four in a series of articles on a debate held by The Post-Journal and The Observer between Republican state Sen. Cathy Young and Democratic opponent Lee Hyson. more »»

Complaint Leads To Enforcement Of Political Sign Ordinance

October 6, 2016 LAKEWOOD — When a handful of Lakewood residents noticed Wednesday that the political signs placed on their yards had been collected and taken to the village hall, they were soon reminded of the loca... more »»

The Forum Seeking New Tenant For Downtown Location

October 6, 2016 The search has started for an entrepreneur to operate a new fine-dining restaurant on the corner of Second and Main streets in downtown Jamestown. more »»

Students Show Off Pride At Board Education Meeting

October 5, 2016 After a year of building construction and repairs, students and staff at Love Elementary School were “roaring” to show the Jamestown Board of Education what they have in store this yea. more »»

Audit Criticizes Management Of City Budget

October 5, 2016 The Office of the State Comptroller isn’t in favor of how city officials manage their fiscal plan. more »»

City Man Charged After Pulling Over School Bus

October 5, 2016 POLAND — A Jamestown man is facing charges after allegedly pursuing and halting a Frewsburg Central School bus over an apparent dispute. The incident occurred on Sept. 20, when 49-year-old Kevin L. more »»

I-86 Chase Leads To Crash, Arrest Of Illinois Man

October 5, 2016 An Illinois man claiming he was late for work was charged Tuesday after reportedly leading police on a 44-mile high-speed chase on Interstate 86. According to New York State Police, Ernest R. more »»

Volunteers Celebrate Latest Addition To County Equestrian Trail System

October 4, 2016 Grab your saddle! After more than five years in the making, equestrians in Chautauqua County can now enjoy 20 additional miles of trails, running from the northern tip of Boutwell Hill State Forest... more »»

Shooting Investigation Leads To Drug Charges

October 4, 2016 Two teens and one 20-year-old have been charged following the investigation into an early morning shooting Sunday. more »»

Illinois Man Arrested Following 44-Mile Chase On I-86

October 4, 2016 SALAMANCA — An Illinois man claiming he was late for work was charged Tuesday after reportedly leading police on a 44-mile high-speed chase on Interstate 86. more »»

Warren County Teachers To Go On Strike

October 4, 2016 WARREN, Pa. — Teachers in the Warren County School District will strike on Thursday. more »»

Local, State Officials Kickoff DRI Process

October 4, 2016 How $10 million in state funding will be spent will be determined by the end of February, On Monday, state and local officials meet during the kickoff meeting for the Downtown Revitalization... more »»

Tractor-Trailer Rolls Over In Stockton

October 4, 2016 STOCKTON—No injuries were reported Monday after a tractor-trailer rolled over at Centralia Corners in Stockton. more »»

NTSB Releases Finding In North Collins Fatal Plane Collision

October 4, 2016 NORTH COLLINS, N.Y. (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board has released its preliminary findings into a fatal midair plane collision in New York. more »»

City Man Charged After Reportedly Selling Meth In North Harmony

October 4, 2016 A Jamestown man has been charged after reportedly selling more than an ounce of methamphetamine to an undercover police officer Sunday on Stow Road in North Harmony. more »»

Harmony Historical Society Dedicates ‘Roll-O-Bowl’ Historical Marker

October 3, 2016 ASHVILLE — Where once stood a quarter-mile dirt racing track in the back roads of Ashville now stands a new historical marker memorializing it. more »»

Hanlon To Appear On November Ballot

October 3, 2016 The Nov. 8 ballot will see a Chautauqua County resident in Grace Hanlon on the line for New York State Supreme Court. more »»

City Officials Start Budget Process With $1M Deficit

October 3, 2016 City officials will be starting the public budget process with at least a $1 million deficit. more »»



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