Two New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported
Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported by the county Health Department on Tuesday, bringing the total to date to 120. The new cases involve men in their 60s and 30s. According to the county Health Department, there are currently eight active cases of county residents who continue to recover under orders from local health officials. In addition, there remains 116 people under quarantine/isolation, no hospitalizations, 105 recoveries, seven deaths and 12,749 negative test results.
Chicken Dinner Fundraiser Set
FREDONIA — The Booster Club for Infinity Gymnastics in Fredonia will hold a Chiavetta’s chicken dinner fundraiser to help raise money to help cover expenses during the COVID-19 shutdown. The barbecue will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. today at Infinity Gymnastics, 196 Newton St., Fredonia. Organizers anticipated selling 360 dinners, but have sold 860 dinners. Donations have been received from several local businesses, such as Fred’s, 21 Brix Winery, Walmart, Wegman’s and Sunset Bay. Many of the families have purchased dinners to donate to local police, fire, hospitals and families in need.
Underground Cable Cause Of Power Outage
An underground cable fault was the reported source of a power outage to 97 customers in downtown Jamestown late Monday. The Board of Public Utilities said the outage occurred around 8:45 p.m. along Second and Third streets. Power was restored to some customers around 11:30 p.m., with the remainder restored around 1:30 a.m.
Road Tests Now Being Scheduled
Road tests are being scheduled in Chautauqua County for CDL, class D and class M licenses, County Clerk Larry Barmore announced Tuesday. Barmore said the state is giving preference to those who had a scheduled appointment canceled because of the COVID-19 shutdown. The best way to schedule an appointment at this time is at dmv.ny.gov. Once on the website click on licenses, permits and IDs. On the drop down box click on learner’s permits or CDL and scroll down to “schedule a road test.”
Chautauqua Sunrise To Have Hardley As Guest
Chautauqua Sunrise, hosted by Doc Hamels, will have guest Ken Hardley, Rolling Hills Radio Hour in Retrospect. The program is aired and streamed on Facebook live at 9 a.m. Saturday and repeats at 2 and 8 p.m. The Chautauqua Lecture Series features Julie A. Washington, professor and chair of the Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders at Georgia State University. The program is at 4 and 10 p.m. Repeat programming is typically re-aired throughout the week at other various time slots. All programming starts on Saturday, June 27 with the final airing on Friday, July 3. Access Chautauqua, formerly Access Channel 5, is available to cable viewers in the Chautauqua, Mayville, North Harmony, Portland, Ripley, Sherman, and Westfield areas, and can be found on cable channel 1301. The programs may also be viewed after the initial airing at the station’s website accesschautauquacountytv.org.