Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | All Access e-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
Never Too Late

April 27, 2016 This feature is part of a series focusing on residents who have received scholarships from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and have moved back to, or remained in, the area to live and work. more »»

 
 
 
Collaboration Brings Distinguished Author To Jamestown In May

April 27, 2016 A unique collaboration of local organizations is bringing an award-winning journalist and photographer to Jamestown for a two-day visit. On Thursday and Friday, May 5 and 6, Derrick Z. more »»

Discovered Cooking

April 23, 2016 SALAMANCA — Salamanca’s Bill Steckman is a self-taught cook, learning by trial and error, with several errors. more »»

Jamestown Newspapers

April 22, 2016 Since 1826, Jamestown has had at least one newspaper produced in town. In June 1826, the Jamestown Journal was first published by Adolphus Fletcher. He continued until 1846 when his son, John W. more »»

Local Librarian Publishes In National Magazine

April 22, 2016 Maggie Ruth, assistant librarian at the Kennedy Free Library, has an article published in the current Rolling Thunder issue of Vietnam magazine, published by the Weider History Grou. more »»

Reading With Sam

April 20, 2016 Jamestown Mayor Sam Teresi, pictured, read stories to children and answered their questions at James Prendergast Library recently during a visit to celebrate April as the Month of the Young Child. more »»

Infinity Welcomes New Instructors

April 20, 2016 Infinity Visual and Performing Arts welcomes two new instructors. Jon Clarke, digital/audio production instructor, is a graduate of the Sound Recording Technology program in SUNY Fredonia. more »»

Know Your America?

April 17, 2016 A while back I challenged readers of this column to test their knowledge of American trivia. No quiz then, just a challenge to see what trivial, and factual, information we know about our country. more »»

Cooking Mission

April 16, 2016 FALCONER — I’m often asked where I find the people who are featured on this page. In this case, I was cashing a check at a bank when I overheard the teller talking about cooking. more »»

Celoron Park’s Phoenix Wheel

April 15, 2016 Great excitement was building 120 years ago as a new attraction at Celoron Park was being erected. Opening day of the Park for the 1896 season was set for May 30. more »»

Know Their Role

April 15, 2016 CATTARAUGUS — Members of the Cattaraugus Volunteer Fire Company felt privileged to welcome New York State Sen. Cathy Young to their annual installation banquet on April 9. more »»

Opera House To Present County Music Teachers In ‘An Evening Of Sondheim’

April 15, 2016 FREDONIA — The 1891 Fredonia Opera House will present a special musical revue featuring high school music faculty from throughout Chautauqua County on Friday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Frewsburg Grad Is Club Manager At Moon Brook

April 13, 2016 This feature is part of a series focusing on residents who have received scholarships from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and have moved back to, or remained in, the area to live and work. more »»

Waters Of Memory

April 10, 2016 When I think of waters, I think of Psalms first and the words I repeated by heart so many times in the Presbyterian Church of my youth on Sixth Street and Prendergast Avenue — “He maketh me to lie... more »»

Inspired Cooking

April 9, 2016 Ada Filutze grew up in California where her father was one of the contractors for Disneyland. “He built ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ and I rode on rides at Disney before it opened. more »»

Play Ball

April 8, 2016 The weather outside does not look like it, but baseball season has started, at least on the national level. more »»

Bound For Greatness

April 8, 2016 The James Prendergast Library will celebrate National Library Week, Sunday through April 16, by presenting a variety of activities for children and adults and a performance by the mayor of Jamestow. more »»

A Caring Heart

April 6, 2016 This feature is part of a series focusing on residents who have received scholarships from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and have moved back to, or remained in, the area to live and work. more »»

Too Much Teasing Becomes Bullying

April 3, 2016 The last article was on the subject of teasing. Teasing comes in various forms. Some teasing is light-hearted and usually well-received. Some teasing is hurtful and not well-received. more »»

Play Ball

April 3, 2016 A tradition at Progressive Field in Cleveland, just before every Tribe game, involves having an on-the-field youngster, often times between 5 and 10 years old, with microphone in hand, utter what th... more »»

View From Hickory Heights

April 3, 2016 When I looked up the word “tradition” in the dictionary, it said that “it is the handing down orally of stories, experiences and beliefs from generation to generation. more »»

 
 

3rd Annual Mother's Day Craft Fair April 30, 2016

Mother's Day Craft Fair: shop room after room of crafters; buy a gift as unique as your own mother for her special day. more »

Community Calendar

 
 
 
 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web
 
 

Top Jobs

 
 

From Bailey To Ullmark

Baby Steps: Buffalo Makes Strides In Chase For Elusive Stanley Cup

April 11, 2016 While the Sabres missed the playoffs for a fifth straight year, this season showed definite signs of improvemen. more »

Latest Blogs