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Two Indicted In Shooting

November 11, 2014 A Chautauqua County Grand Jury has handed up a five-count indictment for the two men charged the Sept. 2 shooting outside the Appleyard Terrace on East Second Street. more »»

School Psychologists Raise Concerns Over Lack Of Licensure In Awareness Week

November 11, 2014 Area school psychologists are spreading the word on all that their profession is and could be as they gear up for School Psychology Awareness Week 2014. more »»

BPU Board Discusses Electric Revenue For The City’s General Fund

November 11, 2014 The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities is once again debating whether or not revenues from the electric division should be used toward the city’s general fun. more »»

Fenton History Center Launching Program Focused On Veterans

November 11, 2014 The Fenton History Center is launching a new program focused on veterans. The Fenton Mansion, owned by U.S. Representative, New York State Governor and U.S. Senator Reuben E. more »»

Taking Shape

November 10, 2014 The new handicapped-accessible restrooms will soon be open at the James Prendergast Library. The construction project to renovate the library, located at 509 Cherry St., Jamestown, began in June. more »»

JBC Medical Program Students Look To ‘Break The Stereotypes’

November 10, 2014 At the end of the month, 14 students in Jamestown Business College’s Medical Office Assistant certificate program will graduate. more »»

Sharpening Jamestown’s Marketing Message

November 10, 2014 “Will the last person leaving town please turn out the lights.” Variations of this phrase have been uttered in Jamestown and many other cities during economic downtime. more »»

Honoring Service

November 9, 2014 A dedication for the newly named Veterans Memorial Park took place during a ceremony on Saturday morning—celebrating project efforts while remembering those who served the country. more »»

Brick City Market Coming To Jamestown

November 9, 2014 A new pizza restaurant, market and liquor store are in development on Third and Cherry street. more »»

WNY-211 Helps Connect People To Services

November 9, 2014 When heavy flooding hit the Silver Creek area in August 2009, Chautauqua County’s human-service agencies were inundated with calls from residents looking for help. more »»

As Strike Continues, Monofrax Is Hiring

November 8, 2014 FALCONER— RHI Monofrax employees who are on strike are still waiting to reach an agreement with company management. more »»

Schumer Meets With Cushing’s Family

November 8, 2014 U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., met Friday with Helen Loring Ensign, First L. more »»

Election Day Dinner A Success In Kennedy

November 8, 2014 KENNEDY — Election Day will go down as a red-letter day for the Kennedy Free Library. more »»

Lakewood Board Continues Zoning Discussion

November 8, 2014 LAKEWOOD — Zoning law amendments and revisions were the focus of the Lakewood Village Board’s recent meeting. more »»

Kennedy Pride Meets In New Library

November 8, 2014 KENNEDY — The recent meeting of Kennedy Pride was the first held by an outside group in the community meeting room of the new Kennedy Free Library. more »»

Pole Position

November 7, 2014 A delivery truck ran a red light and hit a Hyundai Sonata on Thursday afternoon. more »»

Still Recovering

November 7, 2014 The victim from Wednesday’s car-pedestrian accident on East Second Street was still listed in serious but stable condition at the Hamot Medical Center in Erie, Pennsylvania, Thursday evening. more »»

First Responders To Be Honored

November 7, 2014 In appreciation for the many first responders responding to situations and saving lives, the second annual First Responders and Peace Officer Dinner will take place this Saturday. more »»

Storage Facility Application Prompts Westfield Boards To Amend Zoning Law

November 7, 2014 WESTFIELD — The construction of storage units on North Portage Street in Westfield may have faced opposition in September, but at Wednesday’s zoning board of appeals meeting, the only question was... more »»

‘I Just Want To Cry’

November 6, 2014 BROCTON — Wednesday morning, Jason Schumaker, a demolition worker, climbed up the bell tower of the Tri-Parish Church at 35 E. Main St. and rang the bell. more »»



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