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Watch All In A Week's Sports' Interview With Southwestern Football Coach Jehuu Caulcrick

September 8, 2016 The Post-Journal's sports staff recently sat down for an All In A Week's Sports interview with Jehuu Caulcrick, Southwestern Central School football coach, at the Chautauqua County Sports Hall Of... more »»

Educators, Students Reunite To Begin New School Year

September 7, 2016 Students of all ages again graced the halls of their schools Tuesday armed with squeaky-clean shoes, backpacks and smiles. more »»

Police: Man Had Kids In Car On Way To School

September 7, 2016 A Jamestown man was sent to Chautauqua County Jail on a host of charges, including violating Leandra’s Law, for allegedly driving two kids to school while intoxicated Tuesday morning. more »»

JPS Board Hears Presentation On Family, Community Engagement

September 7, 2016 Jamestown Public Schools District is focusing on bringing in more family and community involvement in a big way this year. more »»

Infinity To Host 13th Annual Local Music Showcase Saturday, Volunteers Needed

September 7, 2016 The regular September practice of allowing area musicians to play and support one another in a one-night, citywide endeavor will once again return to Jamestown next week. more »»

All In A Week's Sports Video Spotlights Top Week 1 Performers In Area Sports

September 7, 2016 In today's edition of All In A Week's Sports, The Post-Journal's sports staff talks about some of the week's best performances, including thoughts on Panama girls volleyball, Falconer's girls soccer... more »»

Kruise, Kolors For Kallie Held To Fight Pediatric Cancer

September 6, 2016 LAKEWOOD — The greater Jamestown community continues to join together to, ‘‘Fight like a girl.’’ On Monday, the fourth annual Kruise for Kallie fundraiser was held at the Lakewood Rod & Gun Club. more »»

Back To School: What Should Parents Know?

September 6, 2016 As multitudes of students descend upon schools across the county, area educators are giving parents a rundown on what’s new and important about education this year. more »»

Commission: Jaroszynski Not Qualified For Family Court Judge

September 6, 2016 A commission that deemed Family Court Judge candidate Sally Jaroszynski as qualified two years ago is giving her a not qualified rating this time around. more »»

Family Operation In Randolph Harvests Annual Crop

September 5, 2016 RANDOLPH — For the past three years, curious people have wondered about the strange looking structure in the field behind Randolph True Value Hardware. more »»

City Hosts 37th Annual Labor Day Festival

September 5, 2016 Bergman Park was a central hub of activity as thousands congregated throughout the afternoon Sunday to celebrate the Pearl City’s annual Labor Day festivities. more »»

Frewsburg Man Advertises Need For Kidney Transplant

September 5, 2016 Patrick Hoover is taking an unorthodox approach to locating a new kidney for himself. more »»

County Executive Makes Less Than Neighboring Counties Despite 2017 Raise

September 4, 2016 By Jimmy McCarthy jmmccarthy@ post-journa. more »»

City Man Stabs Another In Chest

September 4, 2016 A Jamestown man is in custody and another is recovering from a stab wound following an altercation Saturday evening. Just before midnight, officers responded to The Crescent Inn, 141 Harrison St. more »»

Charges Likely In Fatal Crash

September 4, 2016 ELLERY — Alcohol is believed to have been involved in a two-vehicle crash that left one man dead and another injured Friday night in the town of Ellery. Charles M. more »»

Test Scores Pose Concern For JPS

September 4, 2016 The Jamestown Public Schools District is coming out swinging to combat low test scores in certain subgroups within the district. more »»

Wendy Long: Schumer Challenger Says She’s Not A Professional Politician

September 4, 2016 As the challenger to U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, Republican opponent Wendy Long says she’s a typical New Yorker and not a professional politician. more »»

Lee Hyson: State Senate Hopeful Says Business Background Could Help

September 4, 2016 A Cattaraugus County resident is challenging state Sen. Cathy Young in the November general election. more »»

Jason Purdue: Democrat Says Minimum Wage Increase Is Necessary

September 4, 2016 Brocton native and Democratic Assembly candidate Jason Perdue is looking to unseat Republican Andy Goodell in the upcoming election. more »»

City Officials Battle Ongoing Riverwalk, Parks Vandalism

September 3, 2016 Vandalism at city parks and along the Greater Jamestown Riverwalk is an ongoing battle that city officials won’t stop fighting. more »»



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