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U.S. Government Won't Reclassify Marijuana, Allows Research

August 11, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration will keep marijuana on the list of the most dangerous drugs, despite growing popular support for legalization, but will allow more research into its... more »»

Global Classroom: JCC Hosts International English Immersion Program

August 11, 2016 When making a visit to Jamestown Community College, it might be wise to learn how to say “Hello,” in Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, French or Haitian Creole French. more »»

Vandals Damage Persell Produce Patch

August 10, 2016 The Persell Produce Patch was damaged this weekend, but the harm wasn’t inflicted by your garden-variety rodent. more »»

Woman, Children Rescued During Flash Floods In City

August 10, 2016 Some much needed rain hit the area Wednesday evening, but heavy downpours resulted in flooded streets and two cars being swept away. more »»

JPS Board Approves Improvement, Education Plans

August 10, 2016 Jamestown Public School District is making plans to improve education on all levels, according to Tim Mains, district superintendent. more »»

Police Investigating Shooting On Spring Street

August 10, 2016 A male victim was reportedly shot in the hand Tuesday evening while riding his bike in the area of East Sixth Street and Spring Street. more »»

Proposition On Term Limits To Appear On Ballot

August 10, 2016 MAYVILLE — Voters will have the opportunity once again to decide whether term limits for county legislators should increase to four years during this year’s election. more »»

Eastside YMCA Playground, Appleyard Greenway Parks Scheduled To Start Construction Next Year

August 9, 2016 A full-length basketball court and grass fields will be new features next year at the Eastside YMCA and Appleyard Terrace. more »»

Silo Fire Closes Stretch Of Route 62

August 9, 2016 KENNEDY — A stretch of Route 62 between Harman and Scott Hill roads was closed for approximately three hours Tuesday morning due to a structure fire. At 7:45 a.. more »»

Two More Buffalo Men Indicted For Involvement In 2014 Home Invasion Robbery

August 9, 2016 Two suspects linked to a 2014 home invasion in the city were handed 16-count indictments by a Chautauqua County Grand Jury. Ernest J. Bishop, 30, and Ralph J. more »»

Inspections Begin At Chautauqua, Bear Lakes

August 9, 2016 Septic system inspections are underway near the shores of Bear and Chautauqua lakes, and officials say homeowners are being responsive to the county-initiated endeavor. more »»

Drought Continues To Impact County

August 8, 2016 By Jimmy McCarthy With no substantial rains in sight going into August, residents throughout Chautauqua County are being urged to be conscious when using water. more »»

Technology, Teamwork Encouraged In Watershed Conservation Efforts

August 8, 2016 The attainment of further technological and monetary resources could go a long way in assisting the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy in its mission to clean and maintain the waterways in and around... more »»

Cultural Bridges Action Team Works To Connect Spanish-, English-Speaking Population

August 8, 2016 Three areas will be the focus to bridge the cultural divide that separates Spanish- and English-speaking city residents. more »»

Two More Buffalo Men Indicted For Involvement In 2014 Home Invasion Robbery

August 8, 2016 Two Buffalo men are the latest to be indicted by the Chautauqua County Grand Jury for their alleged role in a home invasion robbery and sexual assault in July 2014 at 188 Falconer St., Jamestown. more »»

Lovable Lucy Statue Unveiled In Celoron Park

August 7, 2016 CELORON — “Lucy! Lucy! Lucy!” the crowd chanted as they gathered up around the tent. more »»

Festival-Goers Discuss Thoughts On Comedy Center, Lucyfest

August 7, 2016 Downtown Jamestown has been filled with Lucy and comedy lovers throughout the past week, and The Post-Journal sought their reasoning this weekend. more »»

Power Outage Strikes Downtown Jamestown

August 7, 2016 A breaker went off around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, causing and electrical outage in the downtown area. more »»

Local School Districts See Fluctuating Results From 3-8 Testing

August 7, 2016 State testing has measured students proficiency levels across the area and the state, and the findings are mixed at best. more »»

Many Factors Influence What Happens To Lots Once Houses Are Demolished

August 7, 2016 During the past two years, about 60 vacant lots have been created in Jamestown through the demolition of condemned house. more »»



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