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Local Company Celebrates 60 Years In Forestry, Natural Resource Consulting

July 18, 2014 FALCONER — A multistate organization with a flair for forestry and Jamestown roots is celebrating six decades in business this month. FORECON Inc. more »»

Thirteenth Annual Scandinavian Folk Festival Continues Today

July 18, 2014 GERRY— People from across the nation and Scandinavian immigrants could be found at the 13th annual Scandinavian Folk Festival in Gerry on Friday. more »»

Thursday Morning Stabbing

July 18, 2014 A male suspect reportedly behind a city stabbing Thursday morning is still at large. According to Jamestown Police, the incident occurred at 3 a.m. near 823 Prendergast Ave. more »»

Celoron Veteran Donates Handcrafted Plaque To Robert H. Jackson Center

July 18, 2014 Local World War II veterans Dick Kogut and Cecil Wright have contributed to the documentation of 20th century war stories. Both men gathered at the Robert H. more »»

Sinclairville Woman Driving Drunk With Children Charged

July 18, 2014 A Sinclairville woman was charged after police found her intoxicated and in possession of marijuana with two children inside her vehicle. According to the New York State Police, Lacey J. more »»

Prosecution Rests, Defense Begins In Wells’ Trial

July 18, 2014 MAYVILLE — After 20 witnesses testified under oath, the prosecution in the Jason Wells murder trial rested, allowing the defense to begin its rebuttal. more »»

Graphic Images, Video Presented In Wells’ Trial

July 18, 2014 MAYVILLE — On Thursday, the prosecution continued its case against Jason Wells in Chautauqua County Court by bringing autopsy results and a video of the murder into evidence. more »»

Robertson Closes Campaign Funding Gap With Reed

July 18, 2014 The money war rages on between 23rd Congressional District candidates Tom Reed and Martha Robertson. more »»

Cattaraugus County Finds Reason To Spray Select Area For Mosquitoes

July 18, 2014 LITTLE VALLEY — A recent walk and new testing has given officials in Cattaraugus County reason to call the airplanes in to bring relief from mosquitoes to selected areas of the count. more »»

A Piece Of History

July 17, 2014 LAKEWOOD — The Packard legacy lives on. more »»

Autopsy, Forensics Presented In Murder Trial

July 17, 2014 MAYVILLE — The prosecution in the Jason Wells murder trial this morning brought forth witnesses to testify to victim Ruth Fisk's autopsy as well as her DNA on various pieces of evidence. more »»

Man Stabbed In City; Suspect At Large

July 17, 2014 Jamestown Police are on the lookout for a male suspect allegedly responsible for an early morning stabbing Thursday. The incident, which occurred at 3 a.m. near 823 Prendergast Ave. more »»

Bloody Evidence Presented At Trial

July 17, 2014 MAYVILLE — Jason Wells again remained stoic during the second day of his murder trial on Wednesday in Chautauqua County Court. more »»

Schumer Sponsors Tax Reform Bill To Retrieve Outsourced Jobs

July 17, 2014 The outsourcing of American jobs overseas is hardly a revelation. For years, U.S. more »»

NYSAC Rep Explains Tax Plan For Shared Services

July 17, 2014 MAYVILLE — Municipal leaders across Chautauqua County will have to start brainstorming soon about increasing shared services if they want to see tax savings in the next few years. more »»

Community Effort

July 16, 2014 With monetary help from the state and city officials, and volunteer labor from community residents, Lillian Dickson Park has been reformed. more »»

Twins Indicted In Robbery

July 16, 2014 Two suspects located and charged at the scene of the July 1 Falconer Street home invasion face a 22-count indictment by a Chautauqua County grand jur. more »»

Two Sought Following Home Invasion, Stabbing In City

July 16, 2014 Two suspects are wanted for allegedly breaking into a Hedges Avenue residence Tuesday and stabbing an occupant in the chest. Jamestown Police, who responded to the 100 Hedges Ave. more »»

Outdated STAR Forms Sent To Bemus Point, Cassadaga Districts

July 16, 2014 Homeowners currently receiving STAR exemption forms within the school districts of Bemus Point and Cassadaga Valley should shred them. more »»

Planning Commission OKs Gateway Park Project, Lays Groundwork For Comedy Center

July 16, 2014 The Gateway Park Plaza has been approved by city officials. more »»

 
 

 

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