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Council Approves McCrea Point Park Work

August 31, 2016 More improvements will be happening at McCrea Point Park. On Monday, Jamestown City Council approved the hiring of Jamestown Roofing to install a new metal roof on the pavilion at McCrea Point Park. more »»

BPU Discolored Water Alert Cause Known

August 31, 2016 The cause is known for the discolored water alert posted by the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities on Monday. more »»

Jamestown Savings Bank Arena Renamed Northwest Arena As Part Of Rebranding Effort

August 30, 2016 As part of a corporate-wide rebranding effort, Jamestown’s downtown arena has a new name. The Northwest Arena is the new name of the former Jamestown Savings Bank Arena, located at 319 W. Third S. more »»

Council Hears About Eagle Street Neighborhood Problems

August 30, 2016 Two Eagle Street homeowners are unhappy about the diminishing condition of their neighborhood and voiced their displeasure to Jamestown City Council Monday. more »»

Elderly Resident Falls Victim To Scam

August 30, 2016 The Jamestown Police Department is investigating a fraud complaint for an incident that took place over the course of several weeks. more »»

Dunkirk Man Pleads Not Guilty To Kidnapping

August 30, 2016 MAYVILLE—A Dunkirk man accused of kidnapping an autistic teenager has pleaded not guilty to a second-degree kidnapping charge. more »»

Sheriff’s Office Announces Video Visitation Program For Inmates

August 29, 2016 MAYVILLE — Visiting a jail inmate can be troublesome. Not only does it increase the chances of contraband, but it requires friends and family to sometimes travel long distances to get to the jail. more »»

City To Vote On Park Upgrades

August 29, 2016 Jamestown City Council will vote to continue ongoing improvements at McCrea Point Park on Monday. more »»

Forestville Dissolution Possibly Headed For November Ballot

August 29, 2016 FORESTVILLE — Forestville officials have reported having enough signatures needed to push forward another vote on the village’s dissolution. more »»

Fredonia Attorney Grace Hanlon Running For State Supreme Court Judgeship

August 28, 2016 FREDONIA — Grace M. Hanlon, Fredonia resident and longtime attorney, is a candidate for New York State Supreme Court. more »»

Classic Brass Celebrates 20th Anniversary In Style

August 28, 2016 BEMUS POINT — Celebrating 20 years calls for a big shindig, and Classic Brass knows how to throw one. Classic Brass hosted its 20th anniversary in Bemus Point on Thursday night at the Lawson Cente. more »»

Library Report Outlines Services

August 28, 2016 Technology assistance, children’s story time and Minecraft are just a few of the reasons to visit the James Prendergast Library. more »»

Jamestown Receives Less Sales Tax Revenue Than Budgeted

August 28, 2016 Judging by second quarter sales tax revenue, Jamestown’s economy was slow between April and June. more »»

Reed Reiterates TPP Opposition; Plump Accuses Reed Of Misleading Public On Vote

August 27, 2016 U.S. Rep. Tom Reed is reiterating his opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership after President Barack Obama notified Congress last week that he plans to submit the trade deal for a vote. more »»

Local Fire Department Honors Longtime Member

August 27, 2016 CONEWANGO — The Conewango Fire Department (C.F.D.) honored member Don Millspaw for his 50 years of fire service at a dinner held at the fire hall on Aug. 20. more »»

BPU Plans For Removal Of Two Boilers

August 27, 2016 The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities has hired a consultant to assist in dismantling two coal boilers. more »»

SAM Grant Used For Previous Renovations To Town Hall Building

August 26, 2016 At a recent meeting of the Busti Town Board, action was taken to authorize Supervisor Jesse Robbins and Councilman Todd Hanson to sign the SAM Grant Disbursement Agreement. more »»

Benefit To Be Held Sunday For 9-Year-Old City Youth

August 26, 2016 Doctors refer to Carsyn Rockwell as a medical miracle. And it’s easy to understand why. more »»

CLCS Approves Tuitioning Deal With Ripley

August 26, 2016 MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua Lake Central School District Board of Education unanimously approved the amended tuition agreement with Ripley Central School District on Wednesday night. more »»

Merger Receives Two Approvals

August 26, 2016 WCA Hospital has received approval from two more state agencies to integrate with UPMC. more »»



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