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Axemen Finish Annual School Supply Collection Drive

September 25, 2016 A big yellow school bus parked in Friendly’s Restaurant parking lot Saturday in efforts to collect school supplies with the help of a few bikers and firefighters. more »»

Investigation Of Safe Theft From Office Ongoing

September 25, 2016 SHERMAN — A large safe containing cash and important town records was reportedly stolen from the town of Sherman Court and Town Offices building. more »»

Sherman Board Takes Up Village Dissolution Vote

September 25, 2016 SHERMAN — Although Sherman Village trustees voted at their monthly meeting on earlier this month to proceed no further with dissolution of the village, a town official vowed to push the matter to a... more »»

Jamestown Woman Gets Prison Sentence In Fraud Case

September 25, 2016 U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced Friday that Alicia Wilson, 37, of Jamestown, who was convicted of access device fraud, was sentenced to 12 months in prison by U.S. more »»

How To Build A Cemetery Tour

September 23, 2016 As Fall begins, the Fenton History Center is a center of activity preparing for the annual Saints and Sinners Tours. more »»

CCE-Chautauqua Receives Grant For ‘Lactation Room’

September 23, 2016 Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County is excited to announce the debut of their newly established “Lactation Room. more »»

Soreness Vs. Pain: What’s The Difference?

September 23, 2016 There are many benefits to exercise, including the potential for improved physical and mental wellbeing. more »»

Golf Outing Raises Over $5K For Research

September 23, 2016 FALCONER — The Breezewood Links recently played host to an event that was so much more than a golf game. more »»

HCAT Approves Recruitment Incentive Grant

September 23, 2016 The Health Care Action Team has assisted in recruiting an ear, nose and throat surgeon to the Jamestown area. more »»

City Officials Moving Ahead With New Fleet Management Software

September 23, 2016 City officials can no longer wait to update their fleet management software. more »»

Olean Man Pleads Guilty In February Rape Case

September 23, 2016 LITTLE VALLEY — An Olean man accused of rape has admitted his guilt. On Monday, Benjamin J. more »»

Young Presents Proclamation Honoring 40th Anniversary Of Michael’s AJ’s Texas Hots

September 21, 2016 Cake, balloons and a velvet rope reserving a table was the setting for state Sen. Catharine Young when she visited Michael’s AJ’s Texas Hots to celebrate the business’ 40th anniversary. more »»

WCA Begins New Prostate Cancer Treatment

September 21, 2016 Recently, Dr. more »»

Taste Of Fall Enjoyed By All At D’Vine Experience

September 21, 2016 WESTFIELD — The sights, sounds and tastes of northern Chautauqua County drew the community to the D’Vine Experience at the Grape Discovery Center recently. more »»

Jamestown Firefighters Snuff Out Two Morning Fires

September 20, 2016 Jamestown firefighters responded to an unattended cooking fire Monday that left two apartment units damaged. more »»

City Officials Applying For State Funding For Key Bank Building Project

September 20, 2016 City officials will be applying for up to $500,000 to assist in the redevelopment of the former Key Bank Building. more »»

Area Grape Farmers Move Forward Despite Drought

September 20, 2016 In recent years, the area’s grape farmers seem to have suffered one blow after another. There was the closing of Carriage House, and the reduced contracts at Cott Beverages. more »»

Leon Historical Society To Hold ‘Civil War Era Funeral’ Saturday

September 19, 2016 LEON — The Leon Historical Society will present a unique “Civil War Era Funeral” reenactment on Saturday at the Old 1836 Church on Route 62, in Leo. more »»

City Woman To Serve State Prison Term For Burglaries

September 19, 2016 A Jamestown woman who was involved in a string of burglaries in Warren County will serve years in state prison. Jessica L. more »»

Ripley Farm To Be Featured In Chautauqua Grown Directory

September 19, 2016 RIPLEY — The Parable Farm, a local, diversified livestock farm that offers a variety of products in Ripley, is being featured on the Chautauqua Grown director. more »»



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