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Corrections

Correction

Conviction Rates The felony conviction rates by the Chautauqua County District Attorney’s Office published in the weekend and Monday’s editions were actually felony prosecution rates. The 2019 felony conviction rate, cited by Jason Schmidt is 17.4%.

Correction

Westfield Academy and Central School has a school resource officer through the Westfield Police Department. This was incorrectly stated in Saturday’s edition.

Correction

A headline in the weekend edition of The Sunday Post-Journal incorrectly stated U.S. Rep. Tom Reed's support for recently introduced legislation. Reed has joined the Defund Cities that Defund Police Act.

Clarification

Regarding a story that appeared in the Friday edition of The Post-Journal, the town of Carroll personnel and equipment was used to haul seven loads of gravel for the resurfacing of the Carroll Rod and Gun Club parking lot and Pearl Street. Carroll Rod and Gun Club officials hired Suit-Kote to ...

BEEMAN IS NEW COACH

Sydney Beeman is the new cross country coach at Jamestown Community College’s Olean campus. Her name was incorrect in The Sunday Post-Journal.

Incorrect Identification

A photograph in Friday’s edition of The Post-Journal regarding area restaurants impacted by the coronavirus incorrectly identified Mike Hallenbeck, a worker at the Ashville General Store.

Amazon Deliveries

On Tuesday Amazon.com announced changes to its delivery services in response to the coronavirus outbreak. It was incorrectly reported in Wednesday’s edition of The Post-Journal that Amazon had suspended delivery of nonessential items. The company has in fact prioritized shipments of ...

Corrections

WOMAN CHARGED A police blotter item in Thursday’s edition of The Post-Journal incorrectly identified Maria K. Sams as male. Sams was charged following a reported altercation in the town of Pomfret. ANNUAL SALE A story in Wednesday’s edition listed the incorrect phone number in ...

Wall Collapse

A story in Wednesday’s edition of The Post-Journal incorrectly listed the date in which the wall of a building collapsed in downtown Jamestown. The collapse occurred on Dec. 26, a city official said.

Correction

FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN The cutline for a story in Tuesday’s edition of The Post-Journal regarding the local United Way’s fundraising campaign should have read: Pictured from left are Lauren Beichner, manager at Falconer branch; Amy Rohler, United Way of Southern Chautauqua County executive ...

Clarification

HARMONY WEBSITE The town of Harmony has a new website at www.harmony.org. Due to a recent update and subsequent low activity, the website has not been brought into the top of many search engines. A recent Post-Journal analysis of municipal websites was unable to find the site. The new site ...

Correction

Busti Apple festival A story in Thursday’s edition incorrectly listed Lakewood Walmart as a sponsor of this Sunday’s Busti Apple Festival. The sponsor is the Lakewood Mobil Mart.

Clarification: Falconer Fire

A story in Wednesday’s edition of The Post-Journal omitted the year in which a building in the village of Falconer was destroyed by fire. The Main Street structure caught fire in March 2017.

Obituary

In the obit for Stephen Charles Ames, the address for memoriams was incorrect. The right address is 5959 Broadway, Lancaster, NY 14086.

Corrections

Ground Broken A story in Wednesday’s edition of The Post-Journal incorrectly stated the size of North Harmony’s new planned town administration and court building. The building will be 5,000 square feet, not 500. Bluebird Talk A brief in Wednesday’s edition of The Post-Journal ...

Local travels

In a story that appeared in The Sunday Post-Journal regarding Bob and Kathy Barber, a Jamestown couple who have traveled the world, they say Vietnamese view the U.S. more positively now as a counterbalance to China, which they view as a threat. Additionally, the aborigines painting originally ...

Correction

The name of a band that will perform Saturday at the Bemus Point Block Party was incorrectly named in Tuesday’s edition of The Post-Journal. Uptown Fever will provide music.

Clarification

SHERMAN PROPERTY One of the photos of Sherman properties that the village is working to improve, seen in a story on Page B-1 in The Sunday Post-Journal, is a Sherman property that the current owner is in the midst of rehabilitating from the condition left by the previous homeowner. The ...

Clarification

Community College Funding The April 21 article, “JCC: More County Funding Is Needed,” on a funding proposal to the Chautauqua County Legislature’s audit and control committee by Jamestown Community College president Daniel DeMarte and vice president of administration Michael Martello, ...

Correction: Village of Celoron

An incorrect phone number for the village of Celoron was given Friday in a story about Easter celebrations. On Saturday, April 20, the village of Celoron will host its annual egg hunt at Lucille Ball Memorial Park. Registration for bikes and other prizes begins at 9 a.m. The hunt begins at ...