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Coggins’ Jury Selection Adjourned To Tuesday

September 27, 2014 MAYVILLE — No additional jurors were selected Friday for the trial of Davide Coggins. Eleven jurors — nine men and two women — have been selected so fa. more »»

Beetle Training

September 26, 2014 Emerald Ash Borer, known to be an invasive wood-boring beetle, is creating problems for local ash trees. more »»

Registered Nurses Picket Outside Of Brooks Hospital

September 26, 2014 DUNKIRK — A little smaller number-wise but just as loud and determined. more »»

Sherman Looks At Wrestling Options

September 26, 2014 Sherman Central School District will look into the possibility of a merged high school wrestling program, board of education members learned recently. more »»

Damaging Dispute

September 25, 2014 A domestic dispute led to a two-car accident in the city on Wednesday. more »»

Bike Run To Be Held At Ellery Park

September 25, 2014 The board of trustees of the Fluvanna Free Library have announced an upcoming bike ride. The ride will begin at 10 a.m. on Sunday at Ellery Park on Route 43. more »»

Health Care Forum Asks: ‘What Would You Change?’

September 25, 2014 How would you change the health care system? That was one of the questions asked during a community focus group discussion on health care held at Jones Memorial Health Center, located at 51 Glasgow... more »»

Plan Promises Stable School Taxes In Ripley

September 25, 2014 RIPLEY — Ripley area residents can expect another decrease in school taxes next year and then stability for the following three years, according to a four-year plan adopted recently by the board of... more »»

Valiant Effort

September 24, 2014 LAKEWOOD — At the start of the Lakewood Village Board meeting Monday, a resolution passed commending Lakewood-Busti Police officer Tim Reilly for his attempts to save Eli J. more »»

Few Changes Made To BPU Energy-Efficiency Program

September 24, 2014 There aren’t many proposed changes to the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities energy-efficiency programs. more »»

Code Of Conduct

September 24, 2014 A universal code of conduct for the Jamestown Public Schools District was unanimously approved Tuesday by members of the board of education. Tim O. more »»

Benefit For ALS Patient Debra Teculver Is Set For Saturday

September 24, 2014 SHERMAN — The day is set to benefit a local resident battling a progressive neurodegenerative disease. more »»

The Good List

September 23, 2014 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School District has come off the list of New York Focus schools, board of education members learned recently. Superintendent D. more »»

SUNY To Enact ‘Charge’ For JCC

September 23, 2014 In order to offset a multimillion budget shortfall, SUNY wants to charge its institutions an assessment fee. more »»

Electric Sign Approved For Ring Elementary

September 23, 2014 Ring Elementary will soon have an electric sign board. more »»

The Chautauqua Center Officials Planning Jamestown Location

September 23, 2014 A second federally qualified health center may soon be located in Chautauqua Count. more »»

Brews For Bucks

September 22, 2014 LAKEWOOD — The “rain or shine” guarantee that Sunday’s “Oktobenefest” at Southern Tier Brewing Company would run regardless of weather came in handy. more »»

WACS Computer Lab Up And Running

September 22, 2014 WESTFIELD — It may have gone down to the wire, but Westfield Academy and Central School had a smooth start to the 2014-15 year, including a fully operational computer lab, board members learned. more »»

Shining Bright

September 22, 2014 SILVER CREEK — The theme song for last year’s Festival of Grapes may have been “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head,” but this year it was more like “Here Comes the Sun. more »»

Dog Days Of Summer

September 21, 2014 CLYMER — A resort known for adventure and relaxation brought back a competition featuring gentle giants. more »»



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