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Conduit Ministries Hosts Triumphant Event For Domestic Violence Survivors

August 22, 2016 “I don’t think I ever said ‘Yes,’ to a picture before, but I’ll have one taken today,” the woman said, gazing into the mirror at her fresh new ‘do, manicured nails and glimmering eyeshadow. more »»

Town Vehicles Pelted By Pellet Guns

August 21, 2016 ELLICOTT — A number of vehicles parked outside the Ellicott Administration Building have had windows blown out by an apparent pellet gun. more »»

Lake Rally Draws Crowds To Discuss Lake Initiatives, Programs

August 21, 2016 BEMUS POINT — A large crowd gathered together Saturday morning to discuss one of the areas biggest resources, and beloved landmarks: Chautauqua Lake. more »»

Race For U.S. Rep. Hits The Airwaves

August 21, 2016 The first campaign ad is out for John Plumb’s campaign as less than three months remain before voters in the 23rd Congressional District head to the polls. more »»

Can Drive Benefits Sean Baker Strong Fund

August 21, 2016 A hook and ladder fire truck with ladder raised marked the spot where cans and bottles turned into pediatric congenital heart research on Saturday. more »»

JCC Swears In New Student Trustee, Discusses Communication Program

August 20, 2016 The Jamestown Community College Board Of Trustees welcomed a fresh face to the table recently. more »»

Leadership Summit Comes To City Church

August 20, 2016 A leadership development conference of enormous scope recently visited Jamestown with only a screen between the audience and the presenters. more »»

CODE Receives National Honor

August 20, 2016 Citizen’s Opportunity for Development and Equality Inc. has been recognized nationally for teaming up with two other local nonprofit agencies to provide necessary services to those in the communi. more »»

Airport Project Funds, Appropriations For Radio Equipment Approved

August 19, 2016 MAYVILLE — County legislators on the Audit and Control Committee breezed through a short list of agenda items Thursday, approving funds for an airport project and appropriating money for radio... more »»

Crews Recover Body Of Missing Kayaker

August 19, 2016 SUNSET BAY — After almost two days of searching, the body of Dylan Lathrop was recovered near Sunset Bay Thursday morning. more »»

City Development Department Provides Cordless Saw To Fire Department

August 19, 2016 The city of Jamestown Development Department has purchased a new cordless saw from a locally-owned hardware store for the Jamestown Fire Department to utilize when they receive a request from Vince... more »»

Kidnapper In Jail, Back In Court Monday

August 19, 2016 FREDONIA — The man accused of kidnapping an autistic teen from Wal-Mart Sunday is back in jail and will face charges Monday, according the District Attorney Patrick Swanson. more »»

Court Rejects Family Judge Challenges

August 18, 2016 ROCHESTER — A challenge filed against the petition of Chautauqua County Family Court judge candidate Sherry Bjork was rejected by the state Supreme Court’s Appellate Division in Rochester on... more »»

Weaver Retires From Starflight After 30-Year Career

August 18, 2016 For Starflight veteran Debbie Weaver, a typical day is saving a life. more »»

City Man Charged After 7-11 Robbery

August 18, 2016 A Jamestown man has been charged after robbing a 7-11 store on North Main Street at 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. Police were dispatched to 518 N. Main St. after a silent hold-up alarm from the stor. more »»

Pescatelli To Perform Oct. 8

August 18, 2016 Tammy Pescatelli will be appearing in Jamestown for a performance at the Willow Bay Theater on Oct. 8. more »»

Audit Finds Clymer Central School Fund Balance Exceeded Limit

August 18, 2016 CLYMER — Clymer Central School District had an unrestricted fund balance that exceeded its limits in the past few years, according to a recent audit report. more »»

Tobacco-Free Signs In Place

August 17, 2016 Those making their way to city parks can now enjoy the day in a tobacco-free environment. more »»

Dunkirk Man Out On Bail Day After Luring Boy From Fredonia Wal-Mart

August 17, 2016 FREDONIA — A Dunkirk man is accused of kidnapping a special needs teenager. According to Fredonia Police Chief Brad Meyers, on Sunday at 10:30 p.. more »»

Westfield Plant Operater Fined $10K

August 17, 2016 BUFFALO — Andrew Thompson, chief operator of the wastewater treatment plant in the village of Westfield, has been fined $10,000 and will receive six months probation. more »»

 
 
 

 

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