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Sunshine Laws: Municipal Websites Fail To Provide

March 20, 2015 A recent report revealed startling statistics regarding local municipalities and the availability of information. more »»

Benchmark

March 19, 2015 STOCKTON — Stockton Town Justice Mark Cunningham was on hand at Tuesday’s Stockton Town Board meeting to give an update on the renovation of the town’s courtroom. more »»

Schumer Pushing To Pass Children’s Health Care Legislation

March 19, 2015 Hundreds of thousands of middle-class children could soon be without low-cost health care. On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y. more »»

Westfield Voters Decide To Stick With ‘New Path’

March 19, 2015 WESTFIELD — The call, “It’s 9 o’clock, polls are now closed,” rang throughout Eason Hall Wednesday night as village residents’ votes were tallied. more »»

Panama Reschedules Musical For April

March 18, 2015 PANAMA — The Panama Lady Panthers stole the show Saturday, leading to a date change for the school’s musical, “Mary Poppin. more »»

Poster Child

March 18, 2015 Raising the awareness of young people to the deadly effects of drugs is not only vital to the county, but to the nation’s future. more »»

Goodell, Young Assisting City With Parking Ticket Tribunal

March 18, 2015 Legislation has been introduced in both houses of the state Legislature to create a parking infractions administrative tribunal. more »»

Development Director Lobbies For Emergency Housing Demolition Funding

March 18, 2015 A case for why city officials budget more than $150,000 for emergency housing demolitions was evident last week. more »»

Heating Up

March 17, 2015 As the contestant pool is pared down, the competition is only heating u. more »»

New Code Enforcement Software Producing Favorable Results

March 17, 2015 City officials are continuing to learn more about the code enforcement software that will make accessing and processing information easier. more »»

See Through New York

March 17, 2015 Editor’s Note: The Post-Journal is publishing a series of articles during Sunshine Week, a national initiative held this week to promote open government and freedom of information. more »»

Task Force Continues Work On Centralized Fleet; Cost Savings Could Be Realized In Five Years

March 17, 2015 Jamestown Board of Public Utilities and city officials know how much it will cost them to hire a consultant to centralize city vehicles and equipment. more »»

The Nitty Gritty

March 16, 2015 WARREN, Pa. — For area fans of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, the first few months of 2015 probably couldn’t get much bette. more »»

JURA Loses Two Full-Time Workers In 2015

March 16, 2015 Like for many government organizations, it will be a tough budget year for the Jamestown Urban Renewal Agency. On Thursday, the JURA board approved a $1,004,170 budget for 2015. more »»

Sherman Mayor Pushing For Veterans’ Tax Exemption

March 16, 2015 SHERMAN — Sherman Village Board of Trustees agreed recently to write a letter of support for the proposed Alternative Veterans’ Tax Exemption. more »»

Home On The Farm

March 15, 2015 As more people focus on where their food comes from, many choose to bring their chickens home to roos. more »»

Maple Grove Students Participate In Science Olympiad Competition

March 15, 2015 On Saturday, March 7, a team of 14 middle school students from Maple Grove Junior Senior High School competed in a regional competition for Science Olympiad. more »»

Wisconsin Council Speaks To NYSUT

March 15, 2015 Focusing on the community is extremely important for teachers’ unions, according to Betsy Kipper, president of the Wisconsin Education Association Council. more »»

Fenner Elementary Hosts Annual Scholastic Fair, Shows Off Student Projects

March 15, 2015 FALCONER — H.C. Fenner Elementary in Falconer recently held its annual Scholastic Fair. There were more than 100 projects and participants in this year’s fair. more »»

Reading For Success

March 14, 2015 The gymnasium was alive with the sound of hundreds of little voices chanting “Let it go, let it go!” as Fletcher School kicked off its annual Parents as Reading Partners program Friday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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