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Inspections Begin At Chautauqua, Bear Lakes

August 9, 2016 Septic system inspections are underway near the shores of Bear and Chautauqua lakes, and officials say homeowners are being responsive to the county-initiated endeavor. more »»

Drought Continues To Impact County

August 8, 2016 By Jimmy McCarthy jmmccarthy@post-journal.com With no substantial rains in sight going into August, residents throughout Chautauqua County are being urged to be conscious when using water. more »»

Technology, Teamwork Encouraged In Watershed Conservation Efforts

August 8, 2016 The attainment of further technological and monetary resources could go a long way in assisting the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy in its mission to clean and maintain the waterways in and around... more »»

Cultural Bridges Action Team Works To Connect Spanish-, English-Speaking Population

August 8, 2016 Three areas will be the focus to bridge the cultural divide that separates Spanish- and English-speaking city residents. more »»

Two More Buffalo Men Indicted For Involvement In 2014 Home Invasion Robbery

August 8, 2016 Two Buffalo men are the latest to be indicted by the Chautauqua County Grand Jury for their alleged role in a home invasion robbery and sexual assault in July 2014 at 188 Falconer St., Jamestown. more »»

Lovable Lucy Statue Unveiled In Celoron Park

August 7, 2016 CELORON — “Lucy! Lucy! Lucy!” the crowd chanted as they gathered up around the tent. more »»

Festival-Goers Discuss Thoughts On Comedy Center, Lucyfest

August 7, 2016 Downtown Jamestown has been filled with Lucy and comedy lovers throughout the past week, and The Post-Journal sought their reasoning this weekend. more »»

Power Outage Strikes Downtown Jamestown

August 7, 2016 A breaker went off around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, causing and electrical outage in the downtown area. more »»

Local School Districts See Fluctuating Results From 3-8 Testing

August 7, 2016 State testing has measured students proficiency levels across the area and the state, and the findings are mixed at best. more »»

Many Factors Influence What Happens To Lots Once Houses Are Demolished

August 7, 2016 During the past two years, about 60 vacant lots have been created in Jamestown through the demolition of condemned house. more »»

Trevor Noah Performs At Reg Lenna Center

August 6, 2016 Trevor Noah, host of ‘‘The Daily Show,’’ performing at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, located at 166 E. Third S. more »»

Drought, High Supply, And Low Demand Hurt Farmers

August 6, 2016 Average milk prices throughout the U.S have hit a seven-year low, a byproduct of excess supplies and no strong worldwide market demand. more »»

90-Year-Old Celebrates Birthday By Skydiving

August 6, 2016 GROVE CITY, Pa. — As if skydiving at the age of 80 wasn’t enough of a feat, Ken Kilburn turned in a repeat performance 10 years later. more »»

Lewis Black Makes ‘Long-Awaited’ Return To Jamestown

August 5, 2016 The king of rants dropped a rain of comical tirades upon the audience on the opening night of the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival. more »»

Reed, Young, Goodell Lead The Way In Campaign Finances

August 5, 2016 Competition for elected office will heat up sometime around Labor Day. The competition for the money required to run a campaign has been in full swing for months however. more »»

EMS Study Calls For Fly-Car

August 5, 2016 MAYVILLE — Delivering proper and swift medical care is becoming a challenge throughout Chautauqua County as more individuals are picking up the phone to dial 9-1-1. more »»

Cleveland Foundation Presents ‘Fred Talks’At Chautauqua

August 4, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — What makes a city welcoming and how does it happen? Leaders from the Cleveland community joined together in a panel for the second installment of “Fred Talks” at Chautauqua Institution’... more »»

Opt-Out Numbers Change In 2016

August 4, 2016 The opt-out movement which swept New York state in 2015 appears to have died down in some areas and picked up in others, according to recent statistics released by the New York State Department of... more »»

Rain Pryor Talks Father’s Influence, First Jamestown Visit

August 4, 2016 Though he made a living out of making others laugh, Richard Pryor took on a different role when it came to his family. more »»

Local Teens Plan Fundraiser For Camp Chihopi

August 3, 2016 Two teens from the local area are setting out to show the community that with a bit of effort and a lot of love, a small action can make a big chang. more »»

 
 
 

 

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