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Get That Trash Outta Here

November 19, 2014 CARROLL — A nearly 10-year legal battle between the Town of Carroll and those eager to build a 50-acre landfill in the town’s agricultural and residential zoning district appears to be over. more »»

Local Blue Star Mothers Collecting For Annual Care Package Drive

November 19, 2014 Lake Erie New York Chapter 4 Blue Star Mothers is in the midst of what could be its biggest endeavor since its conception in 2007. more »»

Senate Halts Keystone Pipeline Project

November 19, 2014 WASHINGTON, D.C. — Advancement of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project was halted by one Senate vote Tuesday night. more »»

Crash Course

November 18, 2014 Nearly 40 vehicle accidents occurred in just four hours Monday morning as a result of slippery road conditions, according to the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office. more »»

‘Financial Error’

November 18, 2014 A miscalculation in the proposed 2015 Jamestown budget will possibly lead to more money being used from the city’s fund balance. more »»

Goodell: Legislative Pay Raises Unnecessary

November 18, 2014 The topic of salary increases for New York state legislators is a touchy subject. more »»

Extra Term

November 18, 2014 Four-year terms for Chautauqua County legislators are a future possibility. more »»

Life Savers

November 17, 2014 The Alstar EMS Training Center provides education to students looking for a career in the pre-hospital emergency medical fiel. more »»

RCS Announces Wall Of Fame Inductees For Inaugural Year

November 17, 2014 RANDOLPH — Randolph Central School inducted its first three honorees into the new “Wall of Fame” during the National Honor Society’s induction ceremony on Nov. 4. Timothy Joseph Kenefick; James W. more »»

Black Wednesday

November 17, 2014 For the past seven years, the United States has observed an unfortunate, but rising, trend among its young adults during the last week of November. more »»

DiNapoli Eyes Municipal Finances, Contractor Use

November 17, 2014 ALBANY — After a solid win at the polls, New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli plans new initiatives to examine the effectiveness of economic development programs and rates paid for state contractors... more »»

Construction Criticism

November 16, 2014 Despite more than 700 signatures in opposition of Chautauqua Institution’s Ampitheater upgrade, design plans continue. more »»


November 16, 2014 The Maple Grove/Chautauqua Lake Thunder Dragons defeated LeRoy, 32-0, in Saturday’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class C Far West Regional at All-High Stadium in Buffalo to... more »»

Sales Tax Revenue On The Upswing

November 16, 2014 Bleak sales tax revenue projections earlier in the year have taken a turn for the better in Chautauqua County. Although there was only a growth of. more »»

Local Gas Prices Remain Higher Than State Average

November 16, 2014 Numbers continue to drop on local gas station signs entering the third week in Novembe. more »»

Good, Bad News In City Retirement Payments

November 15, 2014 There is good and bad news when it comes to the city’s state retirement system payments. more »»

Small Miracles: Operation Christmas Child Helping Children Overseas

November 15, 2014 Operation Christmas Child, a branch of Samaritan’s Purse, has given shoebox gifts to more than 100 million boys and girls in over 130 countries since 1993. more »»

Weather Sends Drivers Rushing For Snow Tires

November 15, 2014 As Chautauqua County dealt with its first blow of wintry weather this week, a swarm of drivers could be seen rushing into local garages for their annual snow tire installations. more »»

Randolph Rises

November 15, 2014 The Randolph Cardinals celebrate after defeating Red Jacket, 19-12, in Friday evening’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class D Far West Regional at All-High Stadium in Buffalo. more »»


November 14, 2014 MAYVILLE — The bevy of evidence leveled against Davide Coggins over a lengthy 20-day trial was enough to seal his fate Thursday in Chautauqua County Cour. more »»



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