Corrections

Correction

E.E. Austin & Son Inc is handling the foundation construction at the National Comedy Center. Lake Shore Paving is a subcontractor on the project.

Tyler Case

The family of Tyler Case, candidate for the Jamestown City Council position in Ward 1, was incorrectly listed in an election questionnaire in The Sunday Post-Journal. His family includes his wife, Jessica, and stepdaughter, Alexa.

Busti Tax Levy

In an editorial in Sunday's edition, the recent tax levy increases in the town of Busti was unclear. The 2015 tax levy increase was 3 percent and stayed within the state's 2 percent tax cap. The 9 percent increase in the levy came for the 2013 budget.

Correction

FREWSBURG - The Myers Memorial Library will celebrate Party Week with several events this week. The first is a party from 5-7 p.m. today for Tammy Annis, who is retiring. On Saturday, the library will have its annual October Party for all ages from 6-8 p.m. with games, crafts and food. Costumes ...

Correction

Kidder Memorial United Methodist Church will hold a craft fair Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch will be available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. All proceeds will benefit the Kidder Craft Ministry. The date of the fair was incorrect in Friday's edition.

Notification

The price of today's Univera Kids2K race will be $10 instead of $20 as part of the Lucy Town Race Weekend. The race will take place in Jamestown at 11:30 a.m. at the corner of Washington and Third streets. To register, visit the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena from 8-11 a.m.

CORRECTION

The Resource Center will present the ninth annual Toys for Tots fundraiser at the Crystal Ballroom on Saturday, beginning at 7 p.m. The date of the fundraiser was printed incorrectly in Thursday's edition.

Correction

The local AARP Chapter 334, whose Oct. 13 meeting was printed in Tuesday's edition of The Post-Journal, is still officially named the Jamestown AARP, even though the meeting is now held in Lakewood. They will meet Tuesday, Oct. 13, at Brookdale, 220 Southwestern Drive, Lakewood, at 1:30 pm.

Births

ORDINES - To Scott R. and Lindsey A. Ordines of Jamestown, N.Y., in WCA Hospital, Jamestown, N.Y., on Sept. 16, 2015, a daughter, Issibella Ann Ordines. Grandparents are Rus and Sue Cusimano, Rick and Cindy Ordines and Kay and Brian Nelson.

Correction

The phone number to make reservations for flights through the Chautauqua County Airport was incorrect in Friday's edition. The correct number is 844-878-6247.

Correction

BUSTI - Admission to the Busti Apple Harvest Festival is $5 this year. The price of admission was incorrect in Wednesday's edition.

Correction

Water aerobics held at the JCC pool take place every Saturday at 9:30 a.m. The time was listed incorrectly in Saturday's Community Calendar.

Correction

The phone number for Bay City Ortho Care, located at 560 W. Third St. in Jamestown, is 483-0289. The number was reported incorrectly in the Sunday edition.

Correction

BLOCK PARTYThe seventh annual Ivory Community Block Party and Picnic was previously held at the Ivory Baptist Church Pavilion. An article in Monday's edition incorrectly stated the event had not yet taken place.

Clarification

The state Department of Environmental Conservation has declared the location of the former Ramada Inn an active construction site. This information was unclear in Friday's edition of The Post-Journal.

Correction

Lindsey L. Mason posted bail and is no longer in Chautauqua County Jail. This information was incorrectly stated in Wednesday's newspaper.

Correction

MILSPAW SHOOTS 75Roger Milspaw shot a 75 in the McDonald's Senior Tour at Fox Run on Monday in the Gold A Flight. His score was incorrect in a story in Tuesday's Post-Journal.

Correction

The official website for the first annual Heron Bluegrass Festival is heronbluegrass.com/wp. The website address was given incorrectly in Monday's edition.

Notice

Due to a technical issue, the calendar page which typically appears on page C8 is not available this week. It will appear in it's usual place next week.

Man On Stolen Moped Hits House, Taken To City Jail

A Buffalo man faces several charges after allegedly riding a stolen moped into a Crescent Street house and leaving the scene.Jamestown police officers responded to 112 Crescent St. at 12:49 a.m. Friday for a report of a motorcycle that had hit a house and left the area. Officers checked the ...