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Funding To Replace North Harmony Bridge

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The Chautauqua County Department of Public Facilities was recently awarded $1.524 million in funding from the state Department of Transportation as part of New York state’s BRIDGE NY program. The funding will be utilized to replace the bridge over Prendergast Creek on County Touring Route ...

State Tax Department Shares Way For Online Privacy

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The state Department of Taxation and Finance is sharing a few ways taxpayers can protect their private information online. The effort to help safeguard sensitive data coincides with National Tax Security Awareness Week, which runs through Friday. Taxpayers contact the Tax Department ...

New York Is On Track To End AIDS Epidemic

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New York state is on track to end the AIDS epidemic by the end of 2020, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who proposed new regulations that will remove barriers and expand access to care for uninsured or underinsured people living with HIV. The regulations build on New York’s reputation as a ...

Gym Remodeled As CV Finishes Capital Project

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SINCLAIRVILLE — Just in time for basketball season, the newly remodeled gymnasium at Cassadaga Valley is complete. This and several other capital improvement projects inside the middle/high and elementary schools are in the finishing stages, which were discussed during a recent board of ...

Area Police Reports

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JAMESTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT ¯ Ronald C. Harmon, 37, of Jamestown was charged with third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Officers responded Friday to an East Fourth Street home for a reported domestic dispute. An investigation found that Harmon allegedly assaulted a ...

A Perfect Match

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Two women with regional connections have had their lives changed. Jamestown resident Karen Misko recently found a compatible out-of-state donor for a new kidney transplant. The news came as a relief to Misko, who has been on dialysis for years. Even more surprising is that the search ...

(9:08 AM) Injured Calves Who Fell Off Truck Found On I-86

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SHERMAN — Several injured calves were found wandering Interstate 86 after they apparently fell out of the back of a truck early Tuesday, the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office said. Motorists in New York and Pennsylvania were asked to be on the lookout after sheriff's deputies were notified ...

(UPDATE) Lakewood Man Jailed After Pursuit Reaches 130MPH

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A Lakewood man charged last year for stealing a car from a village dealership and crashing it in Florida is facing a host of charges after a high-speed pursuit Tuesday in a stolen vehicle reportedly reached 130 mph on Interstate 86. Taken into custody was 22-year-old Collin A. Slack after ...

(UPDATE) Lakewood Man Jailed After Pursuit Reaches 130MPH

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A Lakewood man charged earlier this year for stealing a car from a village dealership and crashing it in Florida is again facing a host of charges after a high-speed pursuit Tuesday in a stolen vehicle reportedly reached 130 mph on Interstate 86. Taken into custody was 22-year-old Collin A. ...

(4:55 PM) Former Jamestown Woodworking Building Demolished

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ELLICOTT — Snowflakes crowned the scene of a major demolition at 173 Jackson Ave., the former site of Jamestown Woodworking Inc., on Tuesday morning. https://youtu.be/K054VnlK_DI The wrecking was the result of years of effort and a symbol of mutually beneficial means to end, according to ...

‘Framed In Pink’ Raises Funds For Breast Cancer Care

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A group of local bowlers recently hosted the 10th annual Framed in Pink: Bowling Over Breast Cancer at the Jamestown Bowling Company. This charity event supported local breast cancer care at UPMC Chautauqua through their endowment fund at WCA Foundation and paid tribute to loved ones who ...

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Viking Lodge To Meet Thursday The election of 2019 officers for the Viking Lodge scheduled for Thursday has been canceled due to the fact that the ballot was found clear — all offices were uncontested. The regular meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Viking office, 214 N. Main St., ...

Busti Town Council Holds Public Hearing On Solar Law

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BUSTI — A public hearing was held regarding the proposed solar facilites law for commercial and residential properties. While no one attended the hearing, council members talked about some small changes they would like to see made before the law is accepted. Busti Town Council members said ...

City Eyes Equipment After Snow Storm

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Clearing city streets of more than 18 inches of snow last week apparently has done in one of the trackless vehicle machines the city uses to remove snow. On Monday, Jeff Lehman, city public works director, told the Jamestown City Council that the “storm event of 2018” brought an end to ...

City Church Packs Operation Christmas Child Boxes

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The Jamestown Christian and Missionary Alliance Church hosted a free spaghetti dinner and Operation Christmas Child party recently. Operation Christmas Child sends shoeboxes filled with presents, school supplies and hygiene items around the world. More than 40 people from ages 6 to 86 ...

CARTS Launches Facebook Page, All Day Passes

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The Chautauqua Area Regional Transit System (CARTS) recently launched its Facebook page and all day passes. “We are excited about the CARTS Facebook page, which will dramatically increase our social media presence and ability to provide updates on CARTS services,” said Brad Bentley, ...

At Capitol, Bush Saluted As ‘Gentle Soul,’ ‘Great Man’

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s capital embraced George H.W. Bush in death Monday with solemn ceremony and high tributes to his service and decency, as the remains of the 41st president took their place in the Capitol rotunda for three days of mourning and praise by the political elite and ...

BOCES Receives Grant To Prevent Abductions

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Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES will receive $40,000 from the state Education Department to develop programs to prevent child abductions. The state Education Department awarded $160,000 in Child Abduction Prevention Education grants to four school districts and three consortia of school ...

Falconer Middle School Names Students Of Month

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FALCONER — Sixth-grader Isabella Anderson has been chosen Student of the Month for September. Isabella enjoys doing crafts, reading, and any musical activities in her spare time. She is a member of Middle School Student Council, Builders Club and also Falcon Productions/Play. She likes ...