On Wednesday, June 28, Sandra L. and Todd A. Town were listed in legal records in the newspaper for owing money to the Department of Taxation and Finance. In fact, at the time of publication, no money is owed by the Towns.


LIFEGUARD PAY Lifeguards at the Lakewood Beach will be paid $14.50 an hour. The payment was incorrectly listed in a story in Saturday’s edition of The Post-Journal.


The employer of Councilwoman Marie Carrubba, D-Ward 4 and City Council Housing Committee chairwoman, was incorrectly listed in a story in Saturday’s edition. Carrubba is a longtime employee of the Southwestern Independent Living Center in Jamestown.


Graduation Photo A photo of “Shiloh” Sendy Rivera Martinez that included a message board was in honor of her late grandparents goes down the ramp after receiving her diploma in Monday’s edition. She is a first generation college graduate. Workers Compensation According to Chautauqua ...


Bus Proposal The school budget roundup in Saturday’s edition of The Post-Journal incorrectly stated Southwestern Central School’s school bus purchasing propositions. The district proposes to purchase two 65 passenger buses at a maximum cost of $145,536 each, one passenger bus at a maximum ...


At-Large Jamestown City Councilman Randall Daversa voted to approve using $500,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds for the redesign of West Third Street during the council’s voting session meeting Monday. This information was incorrect in The Post-Journal’s Tuesday edition.