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Slurpee Madness

Business

Free Slurpees and discounted hot food items were offered at the 321 Hazeltine Ave. 7-Eleven location March 28 to celebrate its opening under new ownership. The store is now owned by Peter Weinreich, which effectively took place March 14. The range of frozen foods, produce and other ...

Fenton Hosts Chautauqua Regional Genealogical Conference

Local News

Inquisitive people wanted to know more. The first annual Chautauqua Regional Genealogical Conference was held at the Fluvanna Community Church, hosted by the Fenton History Center. This conference was sponsored in part by Rodgers Land Surveying, JRSC Digital, and the Community Foundation. ...

Addiction Symptoms Inflict Newborns

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While newborn babies cannot inherently be born with an addiction if mothers use drugs during pregnancy they can, however, develop neonatal abstinence syndrome or NAS, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Chautauqua County is no exception. “It’s definitely been a documented ...

Tailor Opens New Shop In Ashville

Business

ASHVILLE – A local tailor shop that has called Chautauqua County home for more than two decades is open for business again. Deb’s Tailor Shop reopened at a new location in Ashville and owner Deb Manning plans on returning to work at the new location full time. Manning previously ...

Borrello Shares Lake Agreement Optimism

Local News

“I think most will make the decision to sign off,” said George Borrello, Chautauqua County Executive, regarding the county-wide Memorandum of Agreement for the Chautauqua Lake Weed Management Consensus Strategy. The document, introduced March 27 by Borrello as a binding agreement lake ...

Trump Struggles With Growing Border Problem

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Tensions are rising, fingers are pointing and the search for solutions is becoming increasingly fraught. Overwhelmed by an influx of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border that is taxing the immigration system, President Donald Trump is grasping for something — anything — ...

Wag Supply Co. Creating Treats

Business

Wag Supply Co. is a locally owned, sustainable business upcycling spent grain from the craft beer brewing process and turning it into dog treats. Jamestown native Mikinna Martin combined her passion of animals, craft beer and baking, and is doing what she can to help Chautauqua area animals in ...

Lake Shore Bank Names Vice Pres.

Business

DUNKIRK — Lake Shore Bancorp Inc., the holding company of Lake Shore Savings Bank, has welcomed Michael Noville as commercial loan officers vice president. Noville comes to Lake Shore with more than 30 years of commercial lending and banking experience, most recently servicing the equipment ...

Why You Should Love Robo-Advisers

Business

Robo-advisers have been around long enough that the question is no longer whether you should turn your investment decisions over to a computer. Now the question is: Why wouldn’t you? The success of Wealthfront and Betterment, two startups that helped launch the trend, led mainstream ...

Persell Middle School Announces Second Trimester Honor, Merit Rolls

Community

Persell Middle School recently announced students on the honor and merit roll for the second trimester. They are: HONOR ROLL Eighth grade: Sophia Dumaine, Baylin Dunlap, Anthony Dye, Sebastian Fernandez, Haylee French, Xavier Gallardo, Alexzandria Genco, Emily Haskins, Morgan Hays, Kiara ...

Realtor Board Donates To St. Susan Center

Community

The Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Board of Realtors recently ended its annual fundraiser for St. Susan Center, raising $1,700 for the organization. The realtors recently presented a check from the fundraiser to Bonny Scott-Sleight, St. Susan Center executive director. St Susan Center provides a ...

Boy And Girls Club Youth Of The Month

Community

The Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown announces the March Youth of the Month. Youth are chosen based on attendance, participation and positive attitude. The WCD Boys and Girls Club is a United Way Partner Agency where “Great Futures Start Here”. Art Room: Gabrail ...

North Harmony Senior Citizens Inc. To Meet

Community

NORTH HARMONY — The March 18 monthly dinner meeting of the North Harmony Senior Citizens Inc. was held at the Senior Center. Gordon Saulsgiver gave the opening prayer. Forty-six members and guests were present. For the second time in the last year, the menu was soup and a sandwich. There ...

‘Hoops For Hospice’ Event, Community Raises $3,900

Community

The Falconer girl’s basketball program continued its Hospice winning streak. The Hoops for Hospice event on Feb. 14 raised over $3,900 for Chautauqua Hospice and Palliative Care bringing the nine-year total to nearly $24,000. Every year the Falconer community has generously rallied around ...

Schumer Backs Fentanyl Sanctions Bill In Congress

Community

In light of the increase in fentanyl overdose deaths, Chuck Schumer, D-New York, is among those in Congress introducing the Fentanyl Sanctions Act — the first-ever fentanyl sanctions bill — that would apply pressure on the Chinese government to honor their commitment to make all fentanyl ...

‘Options They Have’

Local News

Bemus Point students got a glimpse of the workforce during the district’s returning job fair. More than 30 different workforce-related organizations attended the event and spoke with students from grades 6-12. “I think it’s great to expose kids to careers and I’d like to do it ...

‘It Was A Miracle’

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GERRY — Her name is Ruby, and she’s a filly just two weeks old. What’s unique about Ruby is that she’s the first horse to be born at Homestead Stables, an extension of Gerry’s Heritage Ministries campus where residents can enjoy the therapeutic and recreational benefits of horse ...

One Dead After Motorist Loses Control In Pomfret

Local News

POMFRET -- A motorist who died after losing control of his vehicle on Ellicott Road in the town of Pomfret has been identified. Deputies said 28-year-old Philip J. Cunningham died as a result of the crash Thursday. The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office and Fredonia Fire Department ...