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New York Senate Leader Skelos Quits Top Post After Arrest

May 12, 2015 ALBANY — Dean Skelos stepped down as leader of the New York Senate on Monday in the wake of federal corruption charges and was quickly replaced by another Long Island Republican, Sen. John Flanagan. more »»

Celoron Grants Possession Of Statue To National Comedy Center

May 11, 2015 CELORON — It appears that "Scary Lucy" will have a new home in Jamestown upon completion of the National Comedy Center next year. more »»

Young Girl Struck By Vehicle In Frewsburg

May 11, 2015 FREWSBURG — An accident Monday morning sent a young girl, who was on her bike, to Women and Children's Hospital via Star Flight. more »»

AP Source: NY Senate Leader Quits Top Post After Arrest

May 11, 2015 ALBANY — Republican Dean Skelos has resigned his position as New York Senate majority leader after his arrest on federal corruption charges, but he intends to keep his legislative seat, a person... more »»

BPU: Water Turned Off To Customers From Hunt Road To Baker Street

May 11, 2015 The Jamestown BPU Water Division reports that water is turned off to customers from Hunt Road to Baker Street, between Big Tree Road and Southwestern Drive. more »»

Lightning Strike Causes Damage In Lakewood

May 11, 2015 LAKEWOOD – A lightning strike resulted in minimal fire damage and unknown electrical damage for two structures on Big Tree Road in Lakewood on Monday afternoon. At 2:08 p.m. more »»

Panama Rocks Celebrates 130th Season Opener With A Salute To Moms

May 11, 2015 PANAMA — One of Chautauqua County’s premier scenic attractions spent the duration of Sunday simultaneously honoring Mother’s Day and Mother Nature. more »»

Schools Turn To Reserves To Balance Budgets

May 11, 2015 New York State Association of School Business Officials analyzed the 2015-16 property tax report card data from 669 school districts toward the end of April, and found that school districts continue... more »»

Under Fire

May 11, 2015 The SAFE Act may have been just the beginning for gun control advocates, while those against the provision continue the effort to oppose and repeal. more »»

All Aboard!

May 10, 2015 Chugging engines, several exhibits and enough model trains to fill many rooms beckoned the crowds for National Train Day on Saturday in downtown Jamestown. more »»

City Officials Investigating Chronic Nuisance Law

May 10, 2015 City officials may soon have a new law giving them more leverage to deal with property owners who ignore or neglect crime, drugs or other nuisances. more »»

Building Collapses In Downtown Randolph

May 10, 2015 First responders have set up a perimeter around and are preparing to demolish what is left of the Fischer-McNallie Building in downtown Randolp. more »»

Post-Journal Carrier Alerted Family Of House Fire

May 10, 2015 While delivering newspapers can be an arduous and often thankless job, one carrier for The Post Journal is no doubt receiving her fair share of gratitude. On May 3, shortly after 3 a.m. more »»

Value-Added Research Reports How Local Colleges Measure Up

May 10, 2015 A recent report from two researchers of Brookings Institution asks a new question when it comes to college rankings: “What additional value do you give your students?” Released in April 2015, “Beyon... more »»

Strength In Numbers

May 9, 2015 By bringing a steady stream of A-list comedic talent to Jamestown in recent years, the Lucy-Desi Museum and Center for Comedy has seen a rapid increase in its membership numbers. more »»

City Arson Cases Rising

May 9, 2015 The number of reported arsons in the city is not only increasing, but likely to make 2015 the most arson-prevalent year in recent memory. more »»

Treatment Court Celebrates Anniversary

May 9, 2015 Instead of finding themselves captive to a “revolving jail door,” non-violent offenders with substance abuse problems can often turn their lives around in treatment court. Since its inception on Feb. more »»

Tidioute School Will Have Transgender Prom King

May 9, 2015 TIDIOUTE, Pa. — When students at Tidioute Community Charter School gather for prom on Saturday night there will be two prom kings. more »»

Student’s Family Hopes To Educate Others On Transgender Issues

May 9, 2015 TIDIOUTE, Pa. — Oliver Morgan’s decision to publicly identify as transgender didn’t come out of nowhere. “She has identified” as a male “for a while,” his mother, Monica Morgan said on Friday. more »»

Kallie’s Krusaders

May 8, 2015 In a show of support, Lincoln Elementary School students, staff, community members and faculty all dressed in orange in honor of Kallie Swan on Thursday afternoon, transforming the gymnasium into a... more »»



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