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.


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


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 ...


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.


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 ...


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 ...


A story in Sunday’s edition, “7th Graders Welcome Namibia Pen Pals Using Technology,” referred to the wrong area of BOCES in regard to a grant that pays for the program. The story should have referred to Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES.


A story in Monday’s edition of The Post-Journal reported that Humane Society donations for Storm the cat’s eye surgery was over $24,000. The correct amount is over $2,400.

Randolph Radios

The Randolph Town Board recently approved spending $12,000 for radios for the town Highway Department. The entire cost for the project is $12,000. It was incorrectly reported that the cost was only for the base radio.


LAKEWOOD — The 27th annual Sportsman’s Dinner will be held Saturday, March 16, at Lakewood Baptist Church, 150 Erie St., Lakewood, featuring speaker Brad Harris. The incorrect date was published in The Post-Journal Thursday.

Clarification: Input Sought

A link to a survey by Jamestown Public Schools for input on its new high school principal was incorrect in Thursday’s edition of The Post-Journal. The correct link is surveymonkey.com/r/jhs_principal

Council to Host comedian

The United Veterans Council of Jamestown will host a comedy show Friday at the Samuel L Derby American Legion Post 556, 9 Meadow Lane, Frewsburg. The incorrect date was published in Tuesday’s edition of The Post-Journal.


¯ The Ellery Town Board agreed to not add two more members to sit on the Chautauqua Lake Watershed Management and Alliance Board. Board member David Wesp abstained from the vote because he is also a member of the alliance’s board. ¯ Monday’s article, “Groups Call For Unity On Health ...

Incorrect Town

An editorial in Friday’s edition incorrectly stated the town judge who hadn’t properly updated New York state of the status of more than 2,000 traffic tickets. The judge in question was the longtime Harmony town judge.

Soup and a song

St. Susan Center’s annual “Soup and a Song” Fundraiser will be held Saturday at St. James Church, 27 Allen St., Jamestown. The location of the fundraiser was listed incorrectly in Thursday’s edition of The Post-Journal.

Children’s home

The Randolph Children’s Home is operated by New Directions Youth and Family Services Inc. Randolph Academy does not have authority to oversee the Children’s Home. The information was incorrect in Thursday’s edition of The Post-Journal.

Clarification: Unclear Wording

A story in Tuesday’s edition of The Post-Journal implied the state Attorney General’s office instructed the James Prendergast Library to sell art the library held in its collection. The Attorney General instructed the library board to sell the art through a reputable dealer once a ...

Knitting for Wellbeing Set Audubon’s Snowflake Festival

Support of several local churches has helped Recovery Luncheons resume at the Mental Health Association in Chautauqua County in the Gateway Center. The monthly events recognize participants for their progress in attending support groups, receiving recovery coaching services, gaining ...