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(2 PM) Sheriff’s Deputy Who Saved Infant Recognized By Red Cross

A Chautauqua County sheriff's deputy who helped an infant girl choking on food last year was one of several recognized by the American Red Cross at its inaugural Western New York Real Heroes Breakfast. The recognition event took place at the Park Country Club in Williamsville. Deputy Adam ...

(11:20 AM) Tracy Plaza Renovations Continue

Concrete is being poured at Tracy Plaza in Jamestown as part of a renovation project to add more landscaping to make the structure more environmentally friendly, energy efficient and aesthetically pleasing. In December 2016, city officials received $1.48 million from the state through the Green ...

(12:40 PM) 3 Taken To Hospital After Crash Between Sedan And Flatbed

FINDLEY LAKE -- Three people were taken to an Erie, Pa., hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries following a crash that destroyed a sedan Wednesday morning. Firefighters from Findley Lake, Clymer and Sherman were called at 11:08 a.m. to the collision between a sedan and ...

UPDATE: Person Stabbed During Fight In Dunkirk

DUNKIRK — A person was stabbed during a fight Wednesday in Dunkirk. Dunkirk police responded around 4 p.m. to the 100 block of Lincoln Avenue for the fight. “Upon further investigation it was learned that a subject was allegedly stabbed during the altercation and then transported to ...

(10:55 AM) Good Samaritan Helps Driver In Dunkirk Parking Lot

DUNKIRK -- A medical emergency led to a frightening scene at CVS on Fourth Street in Dunkirk on Monday. The driver of this white pickup truck had an unknown medical emergency and was unresponsive. With his foot on the gas pedal, smoke rose from the burning rubber of the tires. According to ...

(11:35 AM) Civil Rights Advocate Speaks At Jackson Center

The Korematsu legacy of fighting for civil liberties and the Constitution carries on. Karen Korematsu, civil rights advocate, spoke Tuesday at the Robert H. Jackson Center to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision Korematsu vs. the United States. Fred Korematsu, ...

UPDATE: Man Stable After Saturday Night Stabbing

A stabbing that sent a man to the hospital late Saturday resulted in a felony assault charge against a Dunkirk man. Alec J. Stanley, 18, was taken into custody shortly after Ellicott police and Chautauqua County sheriff's deputies were called to a reported stabbing at a residence on Town Line ...

(2:20 PM) County Hires Company To Monitor Herbicide Treatments

Chautauqua County has provided funding to the Chautauqua Lake and Watershed Management Alliance for contracting with Princeton Hydro to provide monitoring of herbicide treatments that will occur in May. Princeton Hydro, headquartered in Ringoes, N.J. was formed in 1998 with the specific ...

(11 AM) Tickets For Paula Poundstone Performance To Go On Sale Friday

The Reg Lenna Center for The Arts will host a public Happy Hour on Friday and begin selling to tickets to An Evening with Paula Poundstone (Oct. 19 performance). Tickets to the first event of Reg Lenna Center for The Arts' 2019-20 season — An Evening with Paula Poundstone — will go on ...

(11:45 AM) Clymer Man Injured In Morning Crash

FRENCH CREEK — A Clymer man was taken to the hospital after the SUV he was driving struck a utility pole Thursday morning. The New York State Police reported 18-year-old Jordan Wade was southbound on Route 426 in French Creek, near Harrington Hill Road, when his SUV went off the road and ...

(12:20 PM) Cookie Sales To Benefit Foster Care Services

Having a cookie from Ecklof Bakery could quite possibly help a child in need during the month of May. The bakery will be giving the proceeds from an ongoing heart-shaped cookie sale to help children in the GA Family Services foster and adoption care program. The local branch of GA ...

(3:35 PM) Renovations To Ashville Family’s Home Revealed

ASHVILLE — After waiting in anticipation form more than a week, Cody Willett, a U.S. Air Force veteran, and his family returned home. Volunteers, family and home renovations awaited them. Willett was selected as the subject of "Military Makeover With Montel," a home improvement show on ...

UPDATE: Red Cross Called After Family Displaced By Fire

FALCONER — The local chapter of the American Red Cross was called to help a family displaced by a fire that broke out at their village home Thursday. Crews were summoned to 13 Mason St. around 6 p.m. and found smoke and flames coming from a second-story bedroom. Firefighters quickly ...

Gallery: Willett Family Home Revealed To Friends, Community

ASHVILLE — Cody Willett, alongside his wife Jessica and TV host Montel Williams, stood on his front steps as he thanked the rows of volunteers standing in his driveway. "Thank you," he shouted to the many people who came out to support his family just before seeing his newly remodeled ...

(1:55 PM) Montel Williams Discusses Makeover Show For Ashville Family

Montel Williams of the TV show "Military Makeover With Montel" visited the Heritage Ministries Homestead Horse Stables where filming for the program took place. https://youtu.be/glCO0VbNDkI Cody Willett, a U.S. Air Force veteran, was selected as the winner of "Military Makeover With ...

(3:05 PM) New York Senate OKs Giving US House Trump State Tax Return

ALBANY (AP) — New York's Senate easily approved a bill Wednesday that would allow three congressional committees to get access to President Donald Trump's state tax returns, giving Democrats a potential end-run around the administration's refusal to disclose the president's federal ...