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WARRANTS APRIL 10, 2019 NYS Dept. of Taxation and Finance vs. A Trusted Name Inc., $4,676.88. NYS Dept. of Taxation and Finance vs. Edward Boroles dba P&E Enterprises LLC, $2,023.32. NYS Dept. of Taxation and Finance vs. Louise M. Graves, $2,156.71. NYS Dept. of Taxation and ...

Allen Park Women’s Club Features Korv Burgers At Concert

Another great concert was held July 10 at the Allen Park Goranson Band Shell highlighting Scandinavian music, dancers and the Allen Park Women’s Club Korv Burgers. The Thule Children Dancers started the evening’s program and then the Thule Adult Dancers were featured during intermission. ...

LINKS Charity Teaming Up With UPMC Chautauqua For Cancer Care

LINKS Charity has raised a total of $1.5 million in the local fight against breast cancer over the past 27 years. Now in its 28th year, LINKS Charity continues to support UPMC Chautauqua in enhancing local cancer care efforts. LINKS Charity is looking forward to its most ambitious calendar of ...

DiNapoli: Tax Cap Remains At Two Percent for 2020

Property tax levy growth for local governments with fiscal years that close on Dec. 31 will be capped at 2 percent for the 2020 fiscal year, according to state Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. The figure affects the tax cap calculations for all counties, towns, fire districts, 44 cities and ...

Barnes Runs For Re-Election To Lakewood Village Board

Ellen Barnes is running for re-election for Lakewood Village Board. Barnes is the longest serving trustee on the current board. Appointed to fill a vacant trustee seat in June 2015 by former Lakewood Mayor David Wordelmann, Barnes was elected to that seat to serve in November 2015. She has ...

Trump Administration Considers Eliminating Protective Programs

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Following reports that the Trump Administration is considering eliminating programs that protect undocumented family members of service members, reservists, and veterans from being deported, U.S. Senators Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., ...

Awards Program Honors Students

The Jamestown Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution recognized middle school students from area schools at a recent awards program in the chapter house. Students were selected for their service, leadership and patriotism. Included were Corinne Inkley, Randolph ...

Community Decides The Audubon Turtle’s Name

With more than 75 percent of the total “votes” cast, “Tank” was the clear-cut winner in Audubon Community Nature Center’s contest to name the 12-foot concrete turtle that lives near the Nature Play Area. Last fall, the 1500 pound, larger-than-life turtle was created and donated to ...

Chi Sigma Chi Alums Donate To Boys And Girls Club

For nearly 50 years, members of the Chi Sigma Chi fraternity at Jamestown High School, along with other local youth, played basketball at the Boys Club after school and on weekends. The Boys Club, which today is known as the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys and Girls Club, offered youth a safe ...

City BPU Is Starting New Program For Energy Efficiency

The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities is starting a new energy efficiency program offering businesses incentives for the installation of electric vehicle charging stations at commercial or industrial locations in the BPU electric territory. The BPU EV Charging Equipment Program for ...

Delegation Expresses Concerns About Changes To Medicare Wage Index

The entire New York Congressional delegation has expressed concerns over recent Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposed changes to the Medicare area wage index, arguing that it would disproportionately harm hospitals across New York state. The Medicare Wage Index aims to ensure ...

Fire Department Adds Stretcher To Equipment

CASSADAGA — Maintaining equipment and keeping all equipment up to date is one of the priorities of the Cassadaga Volunteer Fire Department. Recently, the fire department purchased a Stryker Performance Stretcher for the ambulance. The stretcher is an electric lifting stretcher which is ...

Girl Scout Troop Donates Rain Barrel

Falconer Girl Scout Troop 20209 decorated and donated a rain barrel to the Falconer Central School Key Club Garden. Presenting the gift to Matthew Moore, Key Club President, and Mary Plumb, Adviser, are Girl Scouts Tessa Brooks, Payton Smith and Hailey Hendrickson.

Lions Club Presents Annual Scholarship

The Gerry Lions Club recently presented their annual scholarship at Cassadaga Valley High School. Each year, $100 is given to each graduating senior who is joining a branch of the U.S. military. This year’s recipient was Brandon Johnson of Stockton who is entering the U.S. Army Reserve. He ...

Cappalino Welcomed Into Congregation

The congregation at Lakewood United Methodist Church, 164 Shadyside Ave., have welcomed Colton Cappalino into membership through confirmation. Cappalino went through a 10-week course of study and affirmed his love for Christ before the whole congregation. On their side, the congregation has ...

Jamestown High School Announces Fourth Quarter Honor, Merit Rolls

Jamestown High School recently announced its fourth quarter honor and merit rolls. Students on the list are: HONOR ROLL 12th grade: Austin Aldrich, Beck Anderson, Jackson Arthurs, Alani Badgley, Kathleen Barry, Mikayla Bartlett, Tyler Blizzard, Elise Blomquist, Alexa Bloomquist, Zenneth ...

Goodell Against Creating Food Safety Panel

The state Legislature wants to help an overburdened Department of Agriculture and Markets by creating a 13-member advisory panel on food safety and inspection programs. A.5176/S.5387 was approved by the state Assembly 111-37 and 62-0 in the state Senate. It has not yet been signed by Gov. ...

Princess Club Teaches Values And Manners

For seven years one organization has been helping to instill values and manners in young women. The Princess Club originally started in June 2012 when Jamestown resident Brenda Stewart made an observation from looking out her window. “I was sitting at the kitchen table I looked out, and ...

Mental Health Visits May Be Covered By NYS Medicaid

Visits to mental health counselors and a host of other types of therapy could be covered by Medicaid in New York state. A. 648A/S.3421A was approved 133-15 in the state Assembly and 61-1 by the state Senate. It has not yet been signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Similar legislation had been ...

JCC Names High School Students To Part-Time Dean’s List

Several area high school students were named to the Jamestown Community College part-time student dean’s list during the 2018-19 academic year. To be eligible for the part-time student dean’s list, a student must achieve a minimum GPA of 3.50 during the semester while enrolled in 6-11 ...