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CassadagaMan Triathlon Attracting A Crowd

CASSADAGA — It appears the CassadagaMan Triathlon is on a pace to continue growth. On Sept. 4, Wilson Endurance Sports held the second run of the CassadagaMan Triathlon. The event saw 150 competitors from all over the United States compete in a 1.2-mile swim around the Lower Lake in ...

Chautauqua Town Opts Out Of Pot Dispensaries

MAYVILLE — The town of Chautauqua is joining several area municipalities in not allowing marijuana dispensaries. The Chautauqua Town Board this week unanimously backed a resolution for the town to opt out of allowing retail cannabis dispensaries and on-site cannabis consumption sites ...

Fundraiser To Help Woman Injured In Crash

A drawing and Gofundme have been established for a Randolph woman seriously injured in a Sept. 3 car crash in the town of Carroll. Stephanie Cronk is currently undergoing rehabilitation at a Erie, Pa., facility. She suffered a broken femur to her right leg, a broken left ankle and damage to ...

Sherman Reviews School Safety Guidelines

SHERMAN — The Sherman Central School District will not be conducting daily screenings but will be adhering to all of the guidelines issued by the state Department of Health including the wearing of face coverings and social distancing, according to Danielle O’Connor, interim ...

Jamestown Schools Open Successfully, Grapple With COVID

Superintendent Kevin Whitaker said the school year has gotten off to a great start, despite the looming challenge of the pandemic. After Tuesday’s Jamestown Public Schools District Board of Education meeting, Whitaker gave a brief update on the state of the schools. He said everything has ...

Lakewood Again Tables Chautauqua Avenue Resolution

LAKEWOOD — A resolution for additional construction administration and inspection for the Chautauqua Avenue Green Street Retrofit Project has been tabled once again. The amendment amounts to $28,320, and the project is being handled by Barton and Loguidice. Village board member Ellen ...