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Coroner, Dentists Testify In Day Two Of Coggins Trial

October 8, 2014 MAYVILLE — The latest witness Wednesday morning in the trial of alleged murderer Davide Coggins said dental records were the only way to identify the bodies of Gordon and Joyce Skinner. more »»

Emmanuel Baptist To Organize Relief Efforts For Nigeria

October 8, 2014 Handing out sanitizer may not solve the Ebola outbreak, but spreading the word and getting involved can help. more »»

Ebola Evades European Defenses

October 8, 2014 MADRID — Health officials in Spain rushed to contain the Ebola virus Tuesday after it got past Europe’s defenses, quarantining four people at a Madrid hospital where a nursing assistant got infected... more »»

Coggins’ Case Begins

October 8, 2014 MAYVILLE — When the bodies of Gordon and Joyce Skinner were found tied, stabbed and burned inside their Carroll home last year, the question of who could do such a heinous act became the most... more »»

New Airline To Offer $29 Flights To Pittsburgh

October 8, 2014 MAYVILLE — New airfare rates at the Jamestown Airport are ready for a Nov. 1 takeoff. more »»

New York Part Of Four-State Heroin Investigation Collaboration

October 8, 2014 ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Four Northeastern states have agreed to collaborate in investigations of heroin trafficking that often cross state lines, authorities said Wednesday. more »»

Water Rescue

October 7, 2014 Seven projects involving local waterways have been approved by the Chautauqua County Water Task Force Waterways Panel. more »»

Update: Foley Calls Five Witnesses In First Day Of Coggins Trial

October 7, 2014 The alleged ringleader of a double homicide in Carroll began the trial of his life Tuesday in Chautauqua County Court. more »»

‘A Danger To Society’

October 7, 2014 MAYVILLE — A former Fredonia man will spend 25 years in prison for killing his elderly neighbor nearly five years ago. Jason Wells stood in front of Chautauqua County Court Judge John T. more »»

‘Horseback’ Defendants Look To Avoid Trial

October 7, 2014 MAYVILLE — Of the 45 individuals netted in July for allegedly funneling heroin into Jamestown, nearly half requested drug counseling to ward off a potential trial. more »»

Legislators Look For Ways To Keep Tax Rate Flat

October 7, 2014 MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County legislators on the Audit and Control Committee agreed Monday to look for ways to prevent a property tax rate increase within the 2015 tentative budget. more »»

Future Farmers Advance

October 6, 2014 RANDOLPH — Randolph Central School recognized two of its Future Farmer of America teams that took top honors at the New York State Fair and will advance to the 87th National FFA Convention & Expo, i... more »»

Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy Works To Preserve Natural Shoreline

October 6, 2014 Conserving fish and wildlife habitat and scenic sights remaining is the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy’s mission. more »»

Southwestern Grads, Sisters Receive Teaching Awards

October 6, 2014 Jennica Paterniti and Natalie Lisco’s recent recognition constitutes years of dedication teaching sciences. more »»

Name Recognition

October 5, 2014 Even the late Robert H. Jackson himself felt the need to be present at Saturday’s ceremony held in his honor. more »»

Shooting Suspect In Custody

October 5, 2014 A 29-year-old Jamestown man has been committed to Chautauqua County Jail following an early morning shooting Saturday on Barrows Street. Jamestown police responded to the area of 177 Barrows St. more »»

Teresi Faces Tax Cap Challenge

October 5, 2014 The state’s 2 percent tax cap is challenging city officials. The city’s executive budget is set to be released Wednesda. more »»

BPU Revenue In Play To Balance City Budget

October 5, 2014 “Nothing is off the table,” said Sam Teresi, Jamestown mayor, about finding revenues for the 2015 city budget. On Wednesday, Teresi will release the 2015 executive budget. more »»

Fishing For Funding

October 4, 2014 Armed with its new status as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Chautauqua Lake and Watershed Management Alliance is aiming to go after state and federal money to implement future projects. more »»



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