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Steamburg Man Charged In Death Of Salamanca Pedestrian

May 26, 2016 RED HOUSE — A 19-year-old Steamburg man has been charged with second-degree manslaughter and first-degree assault after allegedly driving his van into two parked cars and a pedestrian who later die. more »»

Food And Fun

May 26, 2016 Colorful balloons and approximately 200 full shopping bags lined the community room at the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown for the annual Awards Night. more »»

Annual Street Jam Tournament Canceled

May 26, 2016 Organizers of the Street JAM 3-on-3 basketball tournament have canceled the event because of a low number of teams registered. more »»

BPU Receives Clean Audit From Government Services Director

May 26, 2016 The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities is fairly stable and performing positively, according to the city-owned utility’s auditor. more »»

Bemus Point Man Pens Story Of Wife’s Heroic Battle

May 25, 2016 On Saturday afternoon, June 25, Kim Rambacher of Bemus Point will trot on to Progressive Field, the home of his beloved Cleveland Indians, and play a pickup game with a group of Tribe fans who he... more »»

Randolph Girls Receive Lifeguard Certification

May 25, 2016 RANDOLPH — After training for nearly a year, five young women from New Directions, Randolph campus, recently received their official American Red Cross Lifeguard Certifications. more »»

Summer Smarts

May 24, 2016 By Dennis Phillips dphillips@post-journal.com Last year, the Eastside YMCA was one of only five YMCAs in the country to participate in a new program to prevent summer learning loss. more »»

In Years Past

May 24, 2016 After two meetings, Chautauqua County’s tax cut task force is looking at the big picture of municipal budgets and mandated costs. more »»

BPU Business Manager Retiring After 33 Years

May 24, 2016 Mike Anderson has seen a lot of changes to the city-owned utility company he has served for more than three decades. more »»

Increased Costs Expected For BPU Turbine Overhaul

May 24, 2016 Costs have increased for a Jamestown Board of Public Utilities turbine overhaul project. more »»

Three’s Company

May 23, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. — While some would say three is a crowd, area educational leaders were more than happy with the company they kept in Washington, D.C., recently. more »»

City Council President Supports Sheldon House Sale

May 23, 2016 The president of Jamestown City Council, along with being a Jamestown Community College professor and Lakeview Avenue resident, supports the sale of the Sheldon House to Lynn Development. more »»

Looking To The Past

May 22, 2016 CARROLL — Opening the doors wide, the town of Carroll Historical Society gave visitors a glimpse of what a town meeting would have been like in 1826. more »»

Senate’s Heroin Task Force Releases Report To Combat Epidemic

May 22, 2016 For several members of the New York State Senate, a grand, multi-pronged strategy to stem the tide of heroin and opioid abuse has been a long time coming. more »»

TPT Plays At Benefit Concert For Alex Foulk

May 22, 2016 Local cover band TPT played a benefit concert for more than 280 people on Saturday, raising more than $4,000 to benefit the Alex Foulk Foundation, which is raising money to provide a place for... more »»

Week-Long Hope And Healing Event Planned

May 21, 2016 Chautauqua County organizations, churches, community members and others have decided they aren’t giving up the battle against substance abuse without a fight. more »»

Chautauqua Lake Association Receives Boat Ramp Funding

May 21, 2016 The Chautauqua Lake Association will be one of 24 municipalities and nonprofits selected from throughout New York state to receive special funding for establishing a boat launch steward program. more »»

Warning Signs

May 21, 2016 Recognizing the warning signs of a stroke is the first course of action, but acting once those symptoms show is crucial. more »»

Westfield Worker Pleads Guilty To Dumping Waste In Creek

May 21, 2016 BUFFALO — U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul Jr. announced Friday that Andrew Thompson, 34, of Westfield, pleaded guilty to violation of the Clean Water Act before U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeremiah J. more »»

The Numbers Are In

May 20, 2016 A slight change in figures didn’t change the outcome of the Jamestown Public Schools District budget vote and board of education election. more »»

 
 
 

 

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