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Smart Demolition Strategy Brings Addition By Subtraction

October 27, 2014 Good news arrived for Chautauqua County’s neighborhoods and Main streets this month when Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced that his office will grant the Chautauqua County Land Bank... more »»

Local Couple Develops Tool To Assist Autistic Students

October 27, 2014 A tool created by a local couple is aiming to assist children with autism who struggle with surrounding sight words. more »»

Holiday Hoopla

October 26, 2014 LAKEWOOD — Seasonal decorating is in full swing as Halloween nears while winter holidays begin to approach. more »»

CASA Volunteers Advocate For Abused, Neglected Children

October 26, 2014 When Bruce and his wife retired a few years ago, they decided to return to Chautauqua County. more »»

Randolph Board Members Struggle With Proposed Capital Project

October 26, 2014 RANDOLPH — Randolph Central School’s capital project proposal has created much speculation about town, and the board of education wishes to update its taxpayers on the progress of this long-term plan. more »»

Attorneys Recognized For Service

October 25, 2014 MAYVILLE — Several local attorneys received recognition for their time and work to aid those in need of assistance during a pro bono luncheon at the Chautauqua County Courthous. more »»

Sewage Smell No Longer Noticeable

October 25, 2014 BUSTI — While the stench coming from Southern Tier Brewing Company improved, the natural brewing smell still endures. more »»

Panama Election Date Change Up For Vote

October 25, 2014 PANAMA—Panama residents will soon vote on a proposition to move their village elections from March to November. more »»

Exhibit Sharing Veterans’ Experiences At JCC, Fredonia

October 25, 2014 An art exhibit sharing the experiences of veterans will be shown at Jamestown Community College and at the State University at Fredonia. more »»

Ghouls And Groceries

October 23, 2014 ELLICOTT— Sunday may not be Halloween, but with fairies and goblins running around in Sam’s Club’s parking lot, it may as well be. From 1-3 p.m. more »»

Search For Cushing Relative May Be Over

October 23, 2014 FREDONIA — The U.S. Army’s search for the closest living blood relative of a Civil War hero from Fredonia may finally be over — and it appears that link was discovered right here in the local regio. more »»

JCC Holds Transfer, Volunteer, Internship Fairs

October 23, 2014 Valuable information was available to students in the student union at Jamestown Community College Wednesday. more »»

Councilwoman Resigns

October 22, 2014 Extensive traveling for a new job has led Tamara Dickey to resign as Ward 3 Jamestown City Councilwoman. more »»

Senior Living

October 22, 2014 BUSTI — The gray skies and cold autumn air couldn’t dampen the excitement at Calamar’s groundbreaking for a senior apartment community on Tuesday. more »»

Planning Commission Approves City Property Sale To National Comedy Center

October 22, 2014 If all conditions are met, the city’s Planning Commission has approved the sale of land to the National Comedy Center. more »»

Clearing The Air

October 21, 2014 DUNKIRK — Congressional challenger Martha Robertson, during a stop in Dunkirk on Sunday, reiterated her support for the repowering of the NRG Energy Inc. plant. more »»

ZBA To Determine Use Of Webbs’ Proposal

October 21, 2014 MAYVILLE — The Mayville Zoning Board of Appeals discussed what definition the proposed building by James Webb falls under at Monday’s meeting. more »»

Resident Questions Stockton Board Over Audit Findings

October 21, 2014 STOCKTON — A New York State Comptroller’s Office audit has shaken up Stockton Town Board officials. The topic took center stage at a recent town board meeting. more »»

‘A Great Day’

October 20, 2014 WESTFIELD — Westfield Academy and Central School had a “very clean audit,” Board of Education members learned at their regular meeting recently. Michael Corey, C.P.A. more »»

JCC Student To Exhibit Photos At Fluvanna Library

October 20, 2014 Rachel Nomes began taking photos at a young age. Now, her works are on display throughout the Fluvanna Free Librar. more »»



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