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Town Of Ellington Officials Pleased With Solar Panels

September 5, 2015 ELLINGTON — The Ellington Town Board discussed at their latest board meeting the success of the recently installed solar panels. more »»

Mayor Supports Southern Tier Xpress

September 5, 2015 Jamestown Mayor Sam Teresi is now the proud owner of four season tickets to the Southern Tier Xpress home games. However, he’s only keeping two of them. more »»

Fire Crews Battle Winsor Street Blaze

September 5, 2015 Jamestown fire crews responded to an early morning fire in the city Friday that left five residents in need of Red Cross assistance. more »»

State Braces For Heavy Holiday Weekend Traffic

September 4, 2015 Since the Labor Day holiday weekend is notorious for heavy traffic and congestion, efforts are already being taken to ensure travelers reach their destination safely and on time. On Thursday, Gov. more »»

Salamanca Teen Charged With Meth Production

September 4, 2015 LITTLE VALLEY—An 18-year-old Salamanca woman was jailed Thursday after police linked her to a methamphetamine lab in Little Valley. more »»

Live, Breathe, Grow

September 4, 2015 SALAMANCA — The Seneca Nation of Indians took a step forward in celebrating its history and heritage with the groundbreaking for a new cultural center on Thursday. more »»

Breaking The Cycle

September 3, 2015 MAYVILLE — For those who appear in Chautauqua County Family Treatment Court, it is painfully clear that a drug addiction is not merely confined to themselves. more »»

United Way Campaign Starts Sept. 10

September 3, 2015 More than 3,000 people and 250 organizations and companies support the annual fundraising campaign that will assist 24 community partners and 45 programs. On Sept. more »»

Falconer BOE Reorganizes Custodial Department

September 3, 2015 FALCONER — The Falconer Central School District custodial and maintenance department underwent a few personnel and organizational changes on Tuesday night. more »»

Area Police Respond To Manhunt

September 2, 2015 DUNKIRK — The City of Dunkirk Police Department arrested a Dunkirk man on an array of charges after an extensive manhunt that lasted from mid-morning until just before 2:30 Tuesday afternoon. more »»

BPU Issues Water Alert

September 2, 2015 LAKEWOOD — The replacement of a fire hydrant in Lakewood at the corner of Stoneman and West Summit Avenue may cause discolored water through this evening from Webster Street west between Summit... more »»

Welcome, Freshmen

September 2, 2015 The halls of Southwestern High School were no longer silent on Tuesday afternoon as ninth-graders and new students flooded the corridors for freshmen orientation. more »»

JCC Invested In Distance Learning Courses

September 2, 2015 JCC officials are focusing on technology advancements and their place in educatio. more »»

Gerry Free Methodist Church Donates Backpacks

September 1, 2015 The Gerry Free Methodist Church donated about 40 backpacks to G.A. Family Services Monday morning. more »»

City Council Approves New Assessor

September 1, 2015 The city of Jamestown has a new assessor. On Monday, Jamestown City Council approved the appointment of Kevin Okerlund to be the city’s new assessor. more »»

Chadwick Bay Group Baffled By Fredonia, Dunkirk

September 1, 2015 BROCTON — As the North County Water District continues to progress, two key cogs, Dunkirk and Fredonia, continue to stumble toward the finishline and trip up each and every township who once hoped... more »»

Youth Movement

September 1, 2015 WESTFIELD — For many years a number of individuals in the Westfield area have wanted to restore the fountain to Moore Park. Now, the project is happenin. more »»

Mother Rides In Fifth Annual Chuck Bailey Memorial Ride

September 1, 2015 CATTARAUGUS — This summer saw the fifth running of the Chuck Bailey Memorial Ride, a motorcycle rally organized a year after Bailey’s untimely death in 2010. more »»

Relearning Life Via The Eyes Of Max

September 1, 2015 Max is seven. School in Collegeville near Philadelphia had not yet started last week. His mother had to work; his father had to come to this area on business. So Max came to stay overnight. more »»

Pursuit Of Justice

August 31, 2015 In conjunction with the International Humanitarian Law Dialogs program, the Jackson Center presents the Joshua Heintz Award for Humanitarian Achievement. more »»



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