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City Officials Search For Lead Poverty Reduction Initiative Agency

August 2, 2016 City officials are searching for a nonprofit agency to develop an anti-poverty task force. Jamestown was one of 16 cities in the state selected to participate in Gov. more »»

Two Charged After Simultaneous Drug Raids Today In City

August 2, 2016 Two Jamestown men face drug charges after simultaneous drug raids on two Jamestown properties at 6 a.m. today by the Jamestown Metro Drug Task Force and the State Police CNET team. more »»

‘The Mikado’ Breaks The Norm, Infuses Current Applications

August 1, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — “The Mikado” opened Friday in Norton Hall on the grounds of Chautauqua Institution as part of the 88th season of the Chautauqua Opera Company. more »»

Brian Regan Discusses View On Comedy, Upcoming Jamestown Performance

August 1, 2016 Attendees of the 2016 Lucille Ball Comedy Festival are invited to laugh at the little things in life when Brian Regan comes to town. more »»

Train Grants To Improve Railroad Infrastructure, Assist In Future Excursion Train Travel

August 1, 2016 More than $4 million for railroad improvements will assist Jamestown officials with bringing back passenger train travel. In June, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced $16. more »»

Road To Drug Recovery Getting Easier, But System Isn’t Perfect Yet

July 31, 2016 Like so many others struggling to break through the labyrinth of drug treatment and rehabilitation in the county, Justin Szary began to lose hope. more »»

A Look Into Progress On First Goal Of JPS Strategic Plan

July 31, 2016 It is said that the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry, but Tim Mains recently pointed out Jamestown Public Schools is doing well so far on the first part of their plan. more »»

Area Nurse Makes Impact Statewide

July 31, 2016 Aside from her regular job, Jill Muntz is also putting forth effort to help others in her field on a daily basi. more »»

City Man Charged For Cocaine Sales; Two Charged In Falconer Raid

July 30, 2016 A Jamestown man was charged Friday after allegedly selling cocaine from a city residence. Shortly after 7 a.m. more »»

Betsy Burgeson Discusses Work As Chautauqua Institution’s Gardens, Landscapes Supervisor

July 30, 2016 For the past 19 months, the immaculate natural scenery behind the gates of Chautauqua Institution have been overseen by Betsy Burgeson. more »»

Lakewood Keeps Village Attorney

July 30, 2016 Despite the wishes of Lakewood Mayor Cara Birrittieri, the board of trustees voted 3-2 Monday to reappoint former village attorney Edward Wright for another term. more »»

Yacht Club’s ‘Swim Across The Lake’ Event Continues

July 29, 2016 LAKEWOOD — Swimming across Chautauqua Lake is not an easy feat. But for the young members of the Chautauqua Lake Yacht Club’s Junior Program, it’s become a long-standing — and very fun — tradition. more »»

City Man Charged For Cocaine Sales

July 29, 2016 A Jamestown man was charged this morning after allegedly selling cocaine from a city residence. Shortly after 7 a.. more »»

Swanson Remembrance Held In Bemus Point

July 29, 2016 BEMUS POINT — The Chautauqua Lake shores in Bemus Point transformed into a blues-filled sanctuary on Thursday night as hundreds remembered the iconic Steve Swanson through music. more »»

Three Charged After Drug Raid On North Main Street

July 29, 2016 Three area residents were charged Wednesday after police allegedly discovered a stash of narcotics inside a city apartment. At 4:30 p.m. more »»

No More Construction Slated This Year For Main Street Between Second, Third Streets

July 28, 2016 Vehicle traffic is back to normal in downtown Jamestown with the completion of North Main Street construction between Second and Third streets. more »»

County Legislators Tackle Local Laws On Term Limits, Salaries Of Elected Officials

July 28, 2016 MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County legislators voted to hear the opinion of the people regarding their term limits on Wednesday night. more »»

Seismic Effects Of Landfill Expansion Argued In Supreme Court

July 28, 2016 MAYVILLE — Would a proposed expansion to the Chautauqua County Landfill be susceptible to costly and potentially hazardous earthquakes? Dr. Robert D. more »»

Three Charged After Wednesday Drug Raid On North Main Street

July 28, 2016 Three area residents have been charged after a drug raid at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at 904 N. Main St. more »»

City Man Convicted Of 2015 Fredonia Burglary

July 28, 2016 MAYVILLE - Marcus A. Norman, 47, of Jamestown has been convicted of second-degree burglary in Chautauqua County Court after an eight-day trial. more »»



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