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The Blood Is On Hamas’ Hands

August 25, 2014 Negotiators from Israel and the Hamas terrorist group that controls Gaza met under Egyptian sponsorship this week, in an attempt to end fighting between the two. more »»

Union Negotiations Lack Transparency

August 24, 2014 Seventy-six percent of Jamestown’s $33.6 million budget is earmarked for salaries and benefits for city employees. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 23, 2014 Thumbs up to a three-hour event that will answer anyone’s questions about the state of Chautauqua Lake. During the Chautauqua Lake Rally from 9 a.m. more »»

Argument Over SEQR Review Is Offensive

August 22, 2014 We’re not sure when a Village Board member wanting to make sure the information in a matter being reviewed by a higher authority became a bad thing. more »»

Trail Funding Is A Good Idea

August 21, 2014 State funding of the Lower County Trail, a proposed trail on the rail right-of-way directly contiguous to the active Western New York & Pennsylvania railroad tracks, would be a wise investment of... more »»

Spending: Someone Needs To Apply The Brakes

August 20, 2014 Another reminder of the seriousness of the national debt came earlier this summer, when foreign holdings of U.S. Treasury securities topped $6 trillion for the first time in history. more »»

Obama Continues To Play Solo

August 19, 2014 White House aides say President Barack Obama may use an executive order to crack down on what he has called “corporate deserters.” Incredibly, three members of Congress requested the action. more »»

Islamic State Is A Major Threat

August 18, 2014 Al-Qaida, behind the Sept. more »»

Mergers Are A Short-Term Fix

August 17, 2014 We have to give it to Westfield residents. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 16, 2014 Thumbs up to Bill Catania, new Stateline Speedway owner, for instituting a fine system that helps keep the track’s race car drivers inside their cars after an accident. more »»

Alumni Can Save School Programs

August 15, 2014 For decades, state aid and local property taxes were enough to pay for a basic education as well as extracurricular activities. Anyone who follows school budgets knows those days are long gone. more »»

Arena’s Comeback A Win For Downtown

August 14, 2014 It is good to see two important efforts gaining steam at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena. more »»

Land Bank: City’s Ally In Urban Blight Battle

August 13, 2014 For three years, 1115 Prendergast Ave. was just another vacant home in a city with too many of them. Vacancy appeared to be the property’s status for the foreseeable future, too. more »»

Need School Supplies? Help Is Available

August 12, 2014 Affording a free public education isn’t always easy. That is hardly news to parents who find themselves in the midst of back-to-school shopping for new clothes, shoes and supplie. more »»

Party Politics Leave Seniors In Limbo

August 11, 2014 Many members of the House of Representatives want to forestall implementation of a proposal that would increase costs for the Medicare program, while forcing many older Americans to leave their own... more »»

Increase In Number Of Busts Weighs On Taxpayers

August 10, 2014 Charges last week against 47 people alleged to be part of a large heroin pipeline through the Jamestown area should be even more evidence that Chautauqua County should be designated a High Intensity... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

August 9, 2014 Thumbs up to another outstanding LucyFest by the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center for Comedy and the official groundbreaking today for the Comedy Center Park behind the Gateway Train Station in... more »»

Consider Becoming An Organ Donor

August 8, 2014 Most people are not normally given the chance to save someone else’s life. However, organ donation provides almost everyone with one last opportunity to do so. more »»

Who Flips The Bill For Meals Act?

August 7, 2014 U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s heart is in the right place with her Summer Meals Act proposal. more »»

Amphitheater Plans Need An Upgrade

August 6, 2014 Nearly 20 years ago, author Richard Preston’s nonfiction book, “The Hot Zone,” told a horror story as disturbing as any make-believe tale. more »»

 
 
 

 

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