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New York Education Chief To Join US Ed Department

December 11, 2014 BUFFALO — New York’s education commissioner will step down at year’s end for a post in the Obama administration, ending a 3¢-year run that included a series of major and often contested reform. more »»

Santa’s Helper

December 10, 2014 A 4-year-old Jamestown resident, with a little help from her mother, is continuing her annual mission of making people smile during the holiday season. more »»

No JPS Positions In Jeopardy

December 10, 2014 No Jamestown Public Schools teachers will be cut halfway through the school year to fill a 2015-16 budget gap On Tuesday, Tim O. more »»

Commission Recommends Raise For City Mayor

December 10, 2014 By the beginning of 2019, the mayor of Jamestown could be making $18,000 more a year. more »»

JPS, JCC Team Up For After-School STEM Program

December 10, 2014 A hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program involving Jamestown Public Schools students and Jamestown Community College has expanded this year. more »»

I Love CHQ

December 9, 2014 MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County officials are encouraging county residents to take part in a promotional contest to display what they love about where they live. more »»

‘One Of The Best Mayors’

December 9, 2014 The death of former Jamestown mayor Steven B. more »»

JHS A Cappella To Celebrate 90th Anniversary

December 9, 2014 In celebration of the 90th anniversary of Jamestown High School’s A Cappella Vespers, director Norm Lydell is inviting all alumni to sing with the choir at this year’s Dec. 21 performance. more »»

40-Year Fight

December 8, 2014 CLYMER — Brian Bensink has been a member of the Clymer Volunteer Fire Department for more than 40 years. more »»

Study: Lawmakers Pull In More Than Base

December 8, 2014 Talk of pay raises for legislators in the New York State Senate and Assembly seem to be a theme each election yea. more »»

Dunkirk American Legion Commemorates Deadly Day

December 8, 2014 DUNKIRK — Seventy-three years ago, on the morning of Dec. more »»

You’d Better Be Good

December 7, 2014 Santa Claus came to town Saturday morning, but not by way of his sleigh and his highly coveted reindeer. He made his way to Jamestown via locomotive to see the children eagerly awaiting Christmas Day. more »»

Attacking The Demand

December 7, 2014 City leaders have recently come under fire for their seemingly tepid role in curbing the local drug epidemic. more »»

Back In Control

December 7, 2014 Balancing state spending and advancing economic growth will be two of New York State Sen. Cathy Young’s top priorities when she and her Republican colleagues return to Albany in January. more »»

Double Trouble

December 6, 2014 LAKEWOOD — Fire tore through El Azteca twice on Friday after a morning fire that had seemingly been extinguished spread further within the building’s interior in the afternoon. Starting at 9:32 a.m. more »»

Winter Wonderland

December 6, 2014 It seemed as though Christmas came 20 days early Friday night. more »»

Students Rally For Justice

December 6, 2014 FREDONIA — It is like a snapshot of the Civil Rights Movement unfolding all over again as people pick up loudspeakers, signs and rally for justice just as they had done 50 years ago; more than 200... more »»

Suit Could Create Football Divide

December 6, 2014 NEW LENOX, Ill. more »»

Bell-Ringers Needed

December 5, 2014 The ringing often heard in conjunction with the appearance of red kettles outside area businesses during the holiday season is slightly less prevalent this yea. more »»

Fire Tears Through El Azteca

December 5, 2014 LAKEWOOD — Fire tore through El Azteca twice on Friday after a morning fire that had seemingly been extinguished spread further within the building's interior in the afternoon. Starting at 9:32 a.m. more »»



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