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JUDGMENTS APRIL 20, 2018 Peggy J. Stravato, vs. Anthony J. Stravato, $2,789.83. Jessica Crowl, vs. Richard Pintagro, $596.25. JUDGMENTS APRIL 23, 2018 David Weaver Jr., vs. Bobbie J. Huch, $2,468.62. Kasey Cordosi, vs. Kody Klinginsmith, $1,085.08. Tracy A. Waterhouse, vs. Kayla ...

Audubon Enchanted Forest Set For Oct. 5-6

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The Audubon Community Nature Center is accepting reservations for its Enchanted Forest event on Oct. 5-6. The experience begins with stories and songs at a backyard campfire. Then volunteer “fireflies” light your way with lanterns along a luminary-lit trail where you will meet talking ...

Workers, Unite!

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FALCONER — “Count me in!” said New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli. Many supporters, along with Democratic candidates who are running for various seats attended the Salute to American Labor Event Saturday at the Falcon’s Nest Catering Hall, 2001 East Main St. DiNapoli, also ...

Property Renovation

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Private and public investment will lead to the improvement of a Buffalo Street neighborhood adjacent to Washington Middle School. On Thursday, Vince DeJoy, city development director, Anthony Dolce, Ward 2 councilman, Gina Paradis, Chautauqua County Land Bank Corp. executive director, meet with ...

Man Taken Into Custody After 12-Hour Standoff

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A Jamestown man has been taken into custody after a 12-hour standoff today. Jamestown police say 28-year-old Nick Brown barricaded himself in a home on Spring Street Extension around 3 a.m. with a 9-year-old child inside. Around 2:15 p.m. police entered the home and took Brown into ...

Person Flown To Hospital After Motorcycle Crash

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FORESTVILLE — One person was flown by helicopter to a nearby hospital following a motorcycle crash Sunday evening in Forestville. The crash occurred on Creek Road around 8:30 p.m. Forestville firefighters set up a landing zone for Starflight helicopter near the crash scene. Fire ...

Teaching Partners

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The work accomplished through the partnership between Cummins Jamestown Engine Plant and the Chautauqua County Education Coalition earned the Cummins Global and Engine Business Unit Impact Award. The award honors Cummins’ employees work accomplished with its partners that embody Cummins’ ...

Eighth Annual LINKS Pink 5K Honors Executive Director

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LINKS Charity and UPMC Chautauqua will host the eighth annual “LINKS Pink 5K Walk/Run: A Celebration of Courage” presented by Univera Healthcare on Saturday, Oct. 6, at Northwest Arena. The event will celebrate the courage of those who have faced breast cancer. All proceeds stay in ...

Area Police Reports

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JAMESTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT ¯ Jordan T. Adams, 32, of Jamestown was charged with first-degree criminal contempt, aggravated family offense, two counts of resisting arrest and two counts of second-degree obstructing governmental administration. At approximately 7:40 a.m., Jamestown police ...

Drug Use Increase Leads To Female Inmate Population Rise

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MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County Jail population is currently at 268 with 229 being male and 39 being female. While the female population remains in the minority, County Sheriff Joe Gerace said there is country-wide increase in female incarcerations. “We’ve been unfortunately seeing a ...

Stocks Lift Household Wealth, Mainly For Affluent

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A rising stock market lifted U.S. household wealth to a record $106.9 trillion in the April-June quarter, the culmination of a decade of economic recovery but a gain that is concentrated largely among the most affluent. The value of Americans’ stock and mutual fund ...

New Falconer Traffic Signal

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From left, at Route 394 and East Avenue, in Falconer, and participating in the traffic signal ribbon cutting are Fenner Elementary School Principal Gary Gilbert, Ellicott Town Supervisor Pat McLaughlin, Falconer Mayor James Rensel, Falconer Central School District Superintendent Stephen ...

Charging Station Rebates Available

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New York state is making $5 million available as part of the first rebate designed specifically for the installation of electric vehicle charging stations at workplaces, office buildings, multi-family apartment buildings and public locations such as theaters, malls, parks and retail locations. ...

Fluvanna Pastor To Retire After 42 Years

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FLUVANNA — After 42 years as senior pastor, the Rev. Dayle Keefer is retiring from Fluvanna Community Church. He is ready to embrace the “next fun adventure” that he is called to. Together, he and his wife Judy leave an energetic and loving congregation, and while they may be leaving, ...

US Mortgage Rates Increase

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Long-term U.S. mortgage rates are up for the fourth consecutive week, with the key 30-year rate reaching its highest level since May. Costs for would-be homebuyers continue to climb. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday that the average rate on 30-year, fixed-rate ...

Congress Takes Aim At Shrinking Seats, Legroom On Planes

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration would be required to set new minimum requirements for seats on airplanes under legislation to be considered in the House this week, possibly giving passengers a break from ever-shrinking legroom and cramped quarters. The regulation of ...

Nissan Recalls Due To Fire Risk

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DETROIT (AP) — Nissan recalled nearly 240,000 cars and SUVs worldwide due to a fire risk and is advising people to park the vehicles outdoors in rare cases. An anti-lock brake pump can leak brake fluid onto a circuit board, causing an electrical short and increasing the fire risk, according ...

Women Losing Wealth When Retiring Early

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Women who retire when their husbands do may be giving up more wealth than they realize. Married women overall are still in their peak earning years in their 50s and early 60s, while married men’s earnings are on the decline, says economist Nicole Maestas, an associate professor of health ...

NYS Education Depatment Launches New Website

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The state Education Department has launched the Paths to the Professions website, a new site aimed at highlighting careers in the licensed professions. The website is a comprehensive tool that offers students, parents and educators an opportunity to learn more about obtaining a professional ...