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Jackson Browne: Lyrics And Lessons

SALAMANCA — When you hear that an artist with the name recognition of Jackson Browne is going to be playing in the region you’d expect to hear that the show is going to be at Shea’s or similar venue in the larger areas. When you hear that he is to perform just off Exit 20 on the I-86, you ...

Tempers Tested During City, Police Union Arbitration Hearing

Tempers were tested as the city of Jamestown and the Kendall Club Police Benevolent Association arbitration hearing restarted Wednesday. The discussion focused on the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities as David Leathers, BPU general manager, started the hearing by testifying about what had ...

Democratic Congressional Hopefuls Take Aim At Reed

MAYVILLE — Five Democratic candidates looking to unseat Republican incumbent Tom Reed took center stage Wednesday evening inside Chautauqua Lake High School. The forum held by the League of Women Voters allowed the public to hear the candidates and examine their platforms. Democrats will ...

Public Largely Absent From JPS Public Hearing

Jamestown Public Schools hosted a public budget hearing Tuesday evening to discuss the 2018-19 budget for the school district — though the public was largely absent. With a stable tax levy and no major cuts, the upcoming year is meant to set the stage for 2019-20, an academic year which is ...

Murder Trial of Chandlers Valley Man Continues Today

WARREN — The second day of the murder trial of Matthew White featured expert witnesses, scientific evidence, and a trip by the jury to see the car that is the scene of the crime. White is accused of killing his wife, Jessica L. White, by shooting her four times while she sat in a car in the ...

Opioid Distributors Say They Didn’t Cause Opioids Crisis

WASHINGTON (AP) — Top executives of the nation’s leading wholesale drug distributors told Congress under oath Tuesday that their companies didn’t help cause the nation’s deadly opioid epidemic, drawing bipartisan wrath that included one lawmaker suggesting prison terms for some company ...

Pedestrian Bridges, Bike Path To Open To The Public In June

There will be three more additions to the Greater Jamestown Riverwalk that will soon be open to the public. The two pedestrian bridges crossing the Chadakoin along the Riverwalk in downtown Jamestown and the Chadakoin Park Trail bike path will be available for use by the public in June. Sam ...

SKF President On 2018: ‘It’s Been A Good Quarter’

SKF, the corporate owner of SKF Aeroengine in Falconer, is off to a record start to 2018. The company recently released its first quarter financial statements. Sales grew by 7.5 percent to $20.6 billion and has a reported operating profit of $2.625 million. The company’s operating margin ...

Four Women Accuse State Attorney General Of Physical Abuse

NEW YORK (AP) — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, whose office has taken on a high-profile role in the fight against sexual misconduct, was physically violent with four women he was romantically involved with, according to their accounts which were published on Monday in The New ...

Local Farmers Remain Positive Despite Late-Season Start

Held back by the whims of the weather, farming operations are running a little behind this season. Thankfully, local farmers don’t seem too worried about it. Rather, they are hoping the spring will be a warm one and all lost ground will be regained. Allen Peterson, owner of Peterson’s ...

Goodell Explains ‘No’ Vote For Child Victims Act Legislation

State Assemblyman Andrew Goodell, R-Jamestown, has three reasons for voting against the Child Victims Act legislation approved recently in the state Assembly. As unfair as sexual abuse is to victims, lengthy statutes of limitations could be just as unfair to everyone else. The Assembly ...

City Council To Meet With DEC Rep On Deer Management

The Jamestown City Council will hear their options on how to manage the deer population in the city. At 7:30 p.m. today, a representative from the state Department of Environmental Conservation will present a report to the Jamestown City Council on deer management. The meeting is open to the ...

Several Construction Projects Slated For Jamestown Area

Ongoing work on Fourth Street in Jamestown should be completed by the end of May. As if anyone driving through Jamestown hadn’t realized it already, the project is included on Mayor Sam Teresi’s list of 2018 road construction projects. The whole list appears in today’s edition of The ...

Mayor Announces 2018 Road Construction Projects

I am pleased to announce more than 100 infrastructure and public facility improvement projects, totaling several million dollars in value, that are scheduled to take place during the 2018 construction season. The activities included in this year’s program, many of which are key components ...

Church To Make Repairs After Fire In Fredonia

FREDONIA — On the outside, onlookers in the village of Fredonia gathered at Church and Temple streets on Saturday morning. All were stunned, shocked and sad. The historic village clock at the top of the Family Church of Fredonia had been destroyed by a fire around 6:30 p.m. Friday. Quick ...

Cummins Inc. Reports Revenue Increase In First Quarter Of 2018

Cummins Inc. has had a good first quarter of the 2018 business year, with revenues increasing 21 percent compared to the first quarter of 2017 — and a product manufactured at the Jamestown Engine Plant earned notice during the company’s recent disclosure of the company’s earnings. The ...

Fire Damages Church

FREDONIA — A Fredonia church and village landmark was heavily damaged in a breathtaking fire that dominated the Friday evening skyline. Massive flames were seen shooting from the steeple of Family Church Fredonia on the corner of Church and Temple streets before firefighters from Fredonia ...

Lutheran Begins Construction On New Community Building

With old walls falling down, Lutheran — a Christian organization that offers seniors services such as assisted and unassisted living — plans to build a brand new community building. Lutheran recently demolished an administrative building in Jamestown with plans to replace it with a ...

Parolee Jailed After Making Threats To City Woman

A man on parole in Pennsylvania was charged Thursday with second-degree menacing after allegedly telling a woman he “would blow your head off.” Jamestown police responded at 10:45 p.m. to a domestic violence complaint from a woman who said 34-year-old Tyler Perez threatened to kill her ...