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Sales Tax Bill Awaiting Assembly Vote

June 21, 2015 ALBANY — While legislation authorizing Chautauqua County to implement an 8 percent sales tax passed the New York State Senate last week, the bill still awaits a vote in the Assembly. more »»

To The Rescue

June 20, 2015 Five-year-old Adriana Fish isn’t letting an unfortunate accident slow her down thanks, in large part, to those who responded to her plight. more »»

Fenton Opens ‘Sewing For The Stars’ Exhibit

June 20, 2015 Gina Van Epps has worked with, and for, some of the biggest names in the modern music industry, and now she’s sharing some of her mementoes with the Jamestown area. more »»

Search For Cherry Creek Woman Continues

June 20, 2015 CHERRY CREEK—The search for Karen Christian, the 56-year-old Cherry Creek resident who was last seen early Wednesday morning, has turned up no leads. more »»

Board Makes Teacher Evaluation Changes

June 20, 2015 ALBANY — Board of Regents officials have approved regulations that will grant New York state school districts a little leeway regarding teacher evaluations. more »»

Pointing The Way

June 19, 2015 LAKEWOOD — Constructing the engines of today, Cummins is continuing to build into the future through redevelopment. more »»

City Remembers Fallen JPD Officer

June 19, 2015 One year, one month and eight days after becoming a Jamestown police officer, George “Red” Kendall died of two fatal gunshot wounds suffered in the line of duty. more »»

Meth Lab Discovered At Steamburg Residence

June 19, 2015 STEAMBURG—A Steamburg man was taken into custody Wednesday after police discovered an active methamphetamine lab at his 10267 Railroad Ave. residence in Steamburg. Daniel D. more »»

Syringe-Exchange Program Could See July Start

June 19, 2015 A syringe-exchange program could be starting soon in Jamestow. more »»

Progress In Sight

June 18, 2015 The site plan for the interactive project that embodies Lucille Ball’s vision of celebrating comedy has been approve. more »»

Rich Where It Counts

June 18, 2015 For the eighth year, Sherman Central School District has succeeded in academics in the face of poverty, according to Buffalo Business First’s achievement index rankings. more »»

Financial Abuse

June 18, 2015 U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., wants to pass legislation protecting service members from higher interest rates, repossession of their vehicles or losing their homes. more »»

Senator Probes Retailers On Dubious ‘Brain’ Supplements

June 18, 2015 WASHINGTON — A high-ranking Senate Democrat is probing retailers and online companies about sales of dubious dietary supplements, especially those promising seniors protection from memory loss,... more »»

Tree Ring

June 17, 2015 With the planting of six new trees outside Ring Elementary School this week, a yearlong Parks and Recreation Department project has reached its conclusion. more »»

Processing Returns

June 17, 2015 Manufacturing activity at the former Dunkirk ConAgra facility may soon resume. more »»

Council Revisits Salary Advice

June 17, 2015 It is unclear if Jamestown City Council will implement the recommendations the city’s Salary Review Commission presented last year. more »»

City Conducts Emergency Demolition At Former Crawford Furniture Atlas Division

June 17, 2015 A partial roof collapse occurred Monday night at the former Crawford Furniture Atlas Division building, located at 40 Winsor St. On Tuesday, an emergency demolition ensue. more »»

City Conducts Emergency Demolition At Former Crawford Furniture Atlas Division

June 16, 2015 A partial roof collapse occurred Monday night at the former Crawford Furniture Atlas Division building, located at 40 Winsor St. On Tuesday, an emergency demolition ensue. more »»

IDA 'Very Close' To Bringing Jobs Back To Former ConAgra Facility

June 16, 2015 Manufacturing activity at the former Dunkirk ConAgra facility may soon resume. more »»

Family Fun

June 16, 2015 RANDOLPH — Historic Main Street will be lined with booths of crafters, artisans and other vendors when Randolph’s 43rd annual Arts and Crafts Festival is in full-swing Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.. more »»

 
 
 

 

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