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Chautauqua County To Receive Additional Family Court Judge

June 18, 2014 ALBANY — To address a record number of cases, Chautauqua County will have an additional Family Court judge to alleviate a huge backlog. more »»

Infinity Announces Plans To Move To New Downtown Location

June 18, 2014 The Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Inc. Board of Directors and Executive Director Shane Hawkins have announced plans to relocate from Infinity’s current home at 115 E. Third St. more »»

Planet Captains

June 18, 2014 RANDOLPH — Students from Randolph Central School were second-place winners at the 25th annual New York State Envirothon held at Morrisville State College, May 21-22. more »»

Opening Act

June 18, 2014 The Jamestown Planning Commission received an introduction to the Gateway Station Patio project Tuesday. more »»

Beavers To Blame For Severe Flooding

June 18, 2014 MAYVILLE — Beavers are public enemy No. 1 right now in Mayville. more »»

Off The Floor And On The Bench

June 17, 2014 Attorney Fred Larson was sworn-in Monday as Jamestown’s second full-time city court judge. more »»

Ready To Serve

June 17, 2014 BUSTI— For months, the discussion surrounding the former Tordella’s Surfaces building as the new Busti Town Hall shook the town with contention. more »»

Investigations Into Missing City Men Falling Short

June 17, 2014 The search for Tyler Chase, a 25-year-old Jamestown man who went missing last month, has reportedly discontinued. more »»

Siena Poll: Cuomo Has Big Lead Over Astorino

June 17, 2014 ALBANY — Democratic Gov. more »»

Democrats Back Kresge For Vacant Legislature Seat

June 16, 2014 A Lakeview Avenue resident has the Chautauqua County Democratic Committee’s support to take over the vacant District 12 Legislature seat. more »»

Political Fissure

June 16, 2014 New York’s landmark gun control law opened a political fissure that’s still visible upstate. Polls have shown majority support for the SAFE Act spearheaded by Gov. more »»

Wegmans Assists Food Bank Of WNY

June 16, 2014 A regional program aimed at providing students with nutritious food during weekends or times of school closure will receive assistance from a local Wegmans stor. more »»

Fire Department To Commemorate 80th Anniversary Of Richfield Fire

June 16, 2014 For many, the notion of a local fire captivating thousands of awe-struck spectators is the stuff of movies. more »»

Post-Journal Wins Several Advertising Awards

June 16, 2014 The Post-Journal has been honored with several awards in the New York Newspapers Advertising and Marketing Executive’s 2014 Advertising Competition. more »»

Ukranian Love

June 15, 2014 One Ashville woman’s heart is for the Ukranian people. more »»

Nearly $1M In Taxes Past Due For Gerry Man

June 15, 2014 Unpaid property taxes and an ongoing battle between the property owner and the county have caused a deficit of nearly $1 million to Chautauqua County taxpayers over the last 20 years. more »»

Bemus Point Is Top District In County

June 15, 2014 Once again, Bemus Point School District received high scores from Buffalo Business First and has been named the No. 1 school district in Chautauqua County. more »»

World War II Honor Roll Rededicated In Lakewood

June 15, 2014 LAKEWOOD — Tony Barone and members of the American Legion Post 1286 paid respect to Lakewood veterans on Saturday. more »»

Going Greek

June 14, 2014 This Father’s Day weekend, Greece can be found at the corner of Mt. Vernon Place and Francis Street as St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church holds its 32nd annual Yassou Festival. more »»



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