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Winds Knock Over Tree, Power Lines In Falconer

October 19, 2016 FALCONER — A portion of Route 394 from Gerry-Levant Road to the Interstate 86 junction was closed for approximately two hours Tuesday after heavy winds blew a tree onto the roadway. more »»

Fire Halts Production At Cummins For A Little Over An Hour Tuesday

October 19, 2016 ASHVILLE — A small fire that began during a first-shift production process at Cummins brought operation to a hault for a little over an hour Tuesday. more »»

Clymer, Panama Inch Closer To Merger

October 19, 2016 CLYMER — A small step forward in the process of district consolidation was made at the Clymer Central School gymnasium Tuesday night. more »»

IDA Approves Incentives For Harbor Hotel Project

October 19, 2016 Plans to construct a four-story hotel along the Chautauqua Lake shoreline is on a fast track, but a few more steps await before the project breaks ground. more »»

Food Poisoning Outbreak Tied To Warren

October 19, 2016 WARREN, Pa. — The cause of a food poisoning outbreak in Western New York has been traced back to Warren. more »»

Sherman Residents Consider Neighborhood Watch Program

October 18, 2016 A steady rise in vandalism and nuisance complaints in Sherman have compelled village residents to start a neighborhood watch program. more »»

Cause Of Fatal Fire Still Under Investigation

October 18, 2016 The infant victim of Saturday’s fatal house fire on Prendergast Avenue has been identified as 22-month-old Dieandre Hubbard, according to Jamestown police. more »»

DPW, Parks Directors Discuss Equipment, Maintenance Needs

October 18, 2016 The city Public Works and Parks Department managers addressed the lack of funding for new equipment and maintenance needs in the proposed 2017 budget. more »»

Rural Cemeteries Face Uncertain Future

October 17, 2016 The town of Carroll’s Ivory Cemetery is sacred ground for resident Bill Himes. more »»

City Banking On Shared Police Services

October 17, 2016 Even before a contract agreement is in place between city and county officials, Jamestown Mayor Sam Teresi is booking on savings through a city/county police staffing contract. more »»

Art Exhibit: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage In Jamestown

October 17, 2016 Vibrant colors and thought provoking renderings were on display at the 3rd on 3rd Gallery, Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, as part of the Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month held Saturday. more »»

Concert Experience: David Gonzalez Performs At The Reg

October 17, 2016 The lobby of the Reg Lenna Center of the Arts was layered in tiers of fiesta Frijoles negros, empanades, flan, aceitunas, quesos y chorizo (Black beans, empanades, flan, olives, cheeses and... more »»

Infant Killed, Others Reported Injured In Morning Blaze

October 16, 2016 An infant was killed and five people were transported to the hospital following a structure fire Saturday morning in the city. more »»

Winter A Factor In Most Performance Venues’ Programing

October 16, 2016 Historically speaking, the number of downtown offerings tends to fall off along with temperatures during the winter season. more »»

City Officials Running Out Of Options To Clear Fiscal Deficit

October 16, 2016 A rainy-day savings fund, an increase in state aid and a hefty tax hike are three revenue sources city officials won’t be able to count on to clear next year’s fiscal defici. more »»

Longtime Fire Chaplain Has Been Face Of Calm For Decades

October 15, 2016 There aren’t many in Chautauqua County that can boast having 55 years of volunteer firefighting service. It’s his work as a chaplain, though, that Peter Dawson is probably best known for locally. more »»

Infant Killed In Prendergast Ave. Fire

October 15, 2016 An infant was killed and five people were transported to the hospital following a structure fire Saturday morning in the city. Firefighters and police were summoned just after 8 a.m. more »»

Swanson Used Work Email For Political Campaigning

October 15, 2016 Acting District Attorney Patrick Swanson is admitting his wrongdoing after he was found to be using his work email during business hours for political purposes. more »»

Warren School District, Union Reach Conceptual Agreement

October 15, 2016 WARREN, Pa. — The Warren County Education Association and Warren County School District announced Saturday afternoon that the two parties reached a conceptual agreement. more »»

Land Bank Looking To Enhance Public Outreach

October 15, 2016 MAYVILLE — As blight removal and property restorations continue, the Chautauqua County Land Bank is looking to take public outreach and marketing to the next level with help from a local GIS and... more »»



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