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Manslaughter Plea

April 23, 2014 MAYVILLE — A plea deal has been reached with one of the four men accused of being responsible for a double homicide in the town of Carroll last year. more »»

Grammy Gift

April 23, 2014 WESTFIELD — The recognition kept on coming Tuesday for Westfield Academy and Central School music teacher Kent Knappenberger, the first-ever Grammy Music Educator Award recipient. more »»

Long Point To Receive $1M For Sewers

April 23, 2014 An Earth Day announcement made by Gov. Andrew Cuomo brought positive news to the Southern Tier. more »»

Man Shot In City

April 22, 2014 Police are searching for a Hispanic male after a shooting took place at Chadakoin Park, near the corner of Washington and Tenth streets, on Monday at around 6:45 p.m. more »»

Todd Takes Plea Deal In Connection To Carroll Homicides

April 22, 2014 MAYVILLE — A plea deal has been reached with one of the four men allegedly involved in the Carroll double homicide last year. more »»

Destructive Blaze

April 22, 2014 NORTH HARMONY — Fire crews responded to a raging barn fire Monday afternoon that nearly spread to an adjacent home in North Harmony. more »»

Cliffhanger

April 22, 2014 It was a close call for a city man Monday afternoon when his Jeep came to rest at the edge of an embankment following an accident. Daniel McKay was driving northeast down Barrows Street at 1:07 p.m. more »»

WNY Faces Physician Shortage

April 22, 2014 A statewide survey supports the same conclusion local officials have reached — it is challenging to recruit primary care physicians. more »»

Long Point, Allegany State Parks Receive $1 Million Grants

April 22, 2014 Long Point State Park in Bemus Point has been awarded a $1 million grant to connect to the municipal sewage system. more »»

Man Shot In City; Police Searching For Hispanic Male

April 21, 2014 Police are searching for a Hispanic male after a shooting at Chadakoin Park on Monday around 6:45 p.. more »»

Jeep Crashes, Comes To Rest On Edge Of Embankment

April 21, 2014 It was a close call for a city man Monday afternoon when his Jeep came to rest at the edge of an embankment following an accident. Daniel McKay was driving northeast down Barrows Street at 1:07 p.m. more »»

Fire Destroys North Harmony Barn

April 21, 2014 NORTH HARMONY—Fire crews responded to a raging barn fire Monday afternoon that nearly spread to an adjacent home in North Harmony. more »»

Preventing Welfare Waste

April 21, 2014 Starting in May, welfare recipients will be stripped of their ability to use EBT cards for adult entertainment purposes. more »»

Foote Avenue Fire

April 21, 2014 An Easter evening fire destroyed a garage at Foote and Newland avenues in the city. At 7:40 p.m. Sunday, the garage caught fire, and within five minutes, was completely engulfed in flames. more »»

Planning Continues For Cody Reunion

April 21, 2014 As many as 2,500 relatives of Buffalo Bill Cody are being invited to the Jamestown area for The International Cody Family Association Reunion. Suzanna W. more »»

Brand Names In Tests Vex Parents

April 21, 2014 NEW YORK — “Just Do It” has been a familiar Nike slogan for years, but some parents are wondering what it was doing on some of New York’s Common Core standardized English tests. more »»

Artistic Outlet

April 20, 2014 Built in 1868, one of Jamestown’s oldest church structures has been revitalized and repurposed to become a center for the arts. more »»

Discussing The Dangers

April 20, 2014 he educational trend of making students aware of the dangers of drugs and alcohol has shifted toward a more internal operation. more »»

Health Care Enrollment Numbers Hard To Come By

April 20, 2014 It’s still early in the game to determine the number of Chautauqua County residents enrolled in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. more »»

Despite Registration Deadline Passing, SAFE Act Difficult To Enforce

April 20, 2014 Now that the April 15 deadline to register assault weapons — as defined by the New York SAFE Act — has come and gone, the question of how best to police its violators looms larger than ever. more »»

 
 

 

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