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New Members Bolster Brocton Fire Department Ranks

BROCTON — Jim Rizzo, the recently appointed chief of the Brocton Volunteer Fire Department, set a goal for himself to accomplish within his first six months: Six new members of the department. Just one month into his tenure, he’s already met that goal. At the Brocton Village Board ...

‘A Great Symbol’

A new flag is flying outside UPMC Chautauqua this month. Employees took part in a brief Pride flag raising ceremony Friday morning outside the front entrance of the 207 Foote Ave. hospital in Jamestown. It followed a similar ceremony held last weekend at City Hall during the first Pride ...

Warren County Set To Celebrate Pride Day At Park

Warren County is set to celebrate Pride Day on June 26 with an event highlighted by Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and is aimed “to both celebrate and support the LGBTQIA+ community regionally.” The free event will include costume contests, ...

Solution Is Reached By Bank, GPatti

The attorney representing GPatti Inc. says the lawsuit filed over the former Jamestown Brewing Company is likely to be withdrawn within 60 days. Evans Bank had filed a motion for summary judgment in Chautauqua County Supreme Court asking for $744,556.72 from GPatti Inc. the bank says it is ...

Ripley Home And Vehicles Destroyed In Friday Blaze

RIPLEY — A home and three vehicles were destroyed, and another property was damaged, in a fire that broke out Friday morning in the town of Ripley. Firefighters from several departments, including Ripley, South Ripley, Westfield and Sherman as well as North East in Pennsylvania, responded ...

School Board Reviews Capital Improvement Work

WESTFIELD — Westfield Academy and Central School Board members recently discussed the district’s capital improvement project. District Superintendent Michael Cipolla said the team met last week and discussed several possible projects. “The capital project came in well under bid,” ...