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Assessment Analysis

August 17, 2014 Local school administrators were given another piece of the education puzzle when grades 3-8 English language arts and math assessment results were released Thursday. more »»

Thirty-Four ‘Horseback’ Defendants Out Of Jail

August 17, 2014 Of the 44 individuals sent to Chautauqua County Jail for their alleged involvement in a massive heroin distribution ring, 34 are now back on the streets. more »»

City Employees Paid More On Average Than County Workers

August 17, 2014 Chautauqua County municipal workers are making less, on average, than both Jamestown and Dunkirk city employees. A study performed last month by the Empire Center for Public Policy Inc. more »»

Motor Mayhem

August 16, 2014 Marty McFly may have mistaken downtown Jamestown for 1955 with the large gathering of antique cars along Third Street for Motor Mayhem on Friday. more »»

Fighting Narcotics

August 16, 2014 Tight budgets and overwhelming caseloads have compelled local police agencies to team up in the fight against narcotics. more »»

Veterans Committee Close To Goal

August 16, 2014 So far, more than $100,000 has been raised for the proposed Veteran’s Memorial Park. However, the Veteran’s Memorial Commission is still about $20,000 short of its goal. more »»

NY Pension Fund Estimate Reaches Record High

August 16, 2014 ALBANY — New York’s pension fund for state and local government workers reported Friday reaching a record high of $180.7 billion following a 3. more »»

Millennial Minds

August 15, 2014 Chautauqua County millennials want professional, well-paying jobs and an increase in downtown development of the county’s two major cities. more »»

Social Security, Medicare Preservation Committee Backs Robertson

August 15, 2014 FREDONIA — With November elections drawing near, candidate endorsements become a sought-after commodit. more »»

Lucy’s Livin’ Large

August 15, 2014 As it turns out, a lot of people still love Lucy. Approximately 13,000 attendees from 37 states helped to make the 2014 Lucille Ball Comedy Festival the biggest one yet. more »»

Area Students Struggling To Meet Proficiency

August 15, 2014 Eleven percent of Chautauqua County sixth-graders reached Level 4 on their English language arts assessment this past school year, the highest percentage for any cohort in math or ELA in the county. more »»

Beware of Hogweed

August 14, 2014 In and out of water, invasive species are here to stay. more »»

Hikers Rescued From Gorge

August 14, 2014 MAYVILLE — An 11-hour-long rescue effort to locate five missing hikers lost in the Chautauqua Gorge ended on a positive note. more »»

Reed Out To Stop Sexual Harassment

August 14, 2014 FREDONIA — A nationwide effort has been set forth to stop sexual assault once and for all. Rep. more »»

Double Trouble

August 13, 2014 An investigation into counterfeit money inadvertently led police to a methamphetamine operation Tuesday at a city residence. According to Captain Robert F. more »»

Five Hikers Rescued From Chautauqua Gorge

August 13, 2014 An 11-hour-long rescue effort to find five missing hikers lost in the Chautauqua Gorge has ended on a positive note. According to WDOE in Dunkirk, the missing hikers who were located around 4 a.m. more »»

Election 2014: The Race Is On

August 13, 2014 With Election Day looming, Sept. 9 will be another day to mark on the political calendar for Chautauqua County. more »»

Rankin To Run Against Kresge For County Legislature District 12 Seat

August 13, 2014 Since Fred Larson stepped down from the Chautauqua County Legislature, his District 12 title has been sought by two nominees and temporarily filled by one. more »»

Teen Charged In Connection To Salamanca Depot Fire

August 13, 2014 SALAMANCA — A 14-year-old male was charged Tuesday after allegedly setting ablaze an abandoned railroad depot in Salamanca last month, according to a report by The Salamanca Press. more »»

‘GPS’ Ends Route In Area

August 12, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — The editor-at-large of Time magazine told a full house of lecture attendees Monday morning that throughout his world travels, he has never seen anything like Chautauqua Institution. more »»

 
 

 

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