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Gerry Native’s Film Premiere Is Saturday In Buffalo

Saturday from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m., Buffalo’s North Park Theatre will be hosting a Double Feature Premiere of two Buffalo fan projects, free of charge. Among the projects is the one-shot action film “Mafia: Buffalo -vs- the Multiverse” from Pan-American Film Division, written and ...

County Not Ready To Pay For Dunkirk Dock Cleanup

An unpaid bill to remove some old docks off the shores of Lake Erie in the city of Dunkirk has yet to be resolved. Last month, the city of Dunkirk had requested the Chautauqua County Legislature pay $50,000 to help settle a $107,500 bill to a contractor out of Pennsylvania that removed the ...

Man Pleads Guilty For Transporting Firearms In Jamestown

BUFFALO – A Pennsylvania resident has pleaded guilty to transporting firearms in the Jamestown area. U.S. Attorney Trini E. Ross has announced that Christian Arroyo Collazo, 28, of New Castle pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge John L. Sinatra, Jr. to conspiracy to traffic in ...

Home Declared Unlivable After Probation Check

Three Jamestown residents face charges after a probation check revealed drugs and a shotgun in a home that police later deemed uninhabitable for children. Police went to a home on Jamestown’s east side at 7:33 p.m. Tuesday to help probation officers at a home visit for Michael ...

Live CHQ, Choose CHQ: County Launches Attraction, Retention Campaign

Mark Geise, who heads the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency and is the deputy county executive for economic development, stood in front of a crowd gathered inside the Robert H. Jackson Center. Behind him was a map that shows every county in the United States, and when they ...

CLCS Teacher In Running For United States Honor

MAYVILLE — One of Chautauqua Lake’s own is in the running for a national teaching award. Katie Ryan, a music teacher at the Chautauqua Lake Central School District, is among the finalists in the Reader’s Digest contest to name America’s Favorite Teacher. She has already advanced ...