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Funding Announced By Cuomo To Assist With COVID-19

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State Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has announced federal funding is being made available to county emergency management agencies to support COVID-19 planning and operational readiness. This grant opportunity provides an additional level of direct support to counties as New York, and the rest of the ...

Lily Dale Loosens Restrictions For Guests This Season

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LILY DALE — Lily Fale will not have a restricted number of guests this season. When the board set the number of visitors allowed in Lily Dale, the state was not even in Phase One of the four-phase plan. Now that the county is in Phase Four, the board has decided to be more lenient regarding ...

Business Strong For Marinas Early

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Business for local marinas has continued to come in at a high pace in recent weeks, despite COVID-19 shutdowns and early season growth of curlyleaf pondweed. Boat sales, service and rentals are three of the main drivers for marina owners throughout the summer. “Absolute chaos, we are ...

Persell Middle School Names Students Of The Year

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Persell Middle School officials recently released the school’s Students of the Year. Britta Putney is the fifth grade Student of the Year at Persell. She is the daughter of Taylor and Annika Putney. Britta’s hobbies include dancing, sewing, playing the piano and french horn. Her favorite ...

New COVID-19 Case Reported In County; Eight Active

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One new case of COVID-19 has been reported by Chautauqua County on Saturday. In addition, there are eight active cases that continue to recover. The newest case involves a female in her 40s. There are 104 cases under quarantine/isolation orders by the Public Health Director and being ...

Two Hurt In Accident; Mayville Cyclist Charged With DWI

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BEMUS POINT -- Two people were injured after a motorcyclist, charged with driving while intoxicated, struck a vehicle around 6 p.m. Friday. Chautauqua County sheriff's deputies were called to a location on Main Street in the village for a report of a personal injury accident. Upon further ...

With Grant, Center Acquires New Truck

Community

Late into the winter month of February, the St. Susan Center had everything in place to purchase a new box truck with a $30,000 grant from the Cummins Foundation and a $16,000 grant from the Ralph C. Sheldon Foundation, of which, $10.000 was allocated towards the box truck. With ...

Chautauqua Features Artistic Offerings For Week Two

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CHAUTAUQUA — Aside from daily lectures, Week Two features a variety of artistic offerings across the CHQ Assembly platforms. They are listed here: ¯ 5 p.m. today — Independence Day Celebration: Conductor Stuart Chafetz and friends continue Chautauqua’s beloved Independence Day ...

CRCF Remains Committed To Region

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In March, the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation placed a hold on its competitive grant-making to focus its efforts on The Chautauqua County Crisis Response Fund: COVID-19. Together with the local United Ways and Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, the Chautauqua Region ...

Fireworks Show To Be Held In Mayville

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MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County July Fourth Celebration Committee, in conjunction with the village of Mayville and the town of Chautauqua, will sponsor a fireworks show presented by Skylighters Fireworks out of Orchard Park today. The show will be shot from the waterfront at Mayville ...

Top Priority

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Since closing their doors in mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jamestown cultural centers have been eagerly anticipating their reopening to the public. The Robert H. Jackson Center, Roger Tory Peterson Institute (RTPI), Fenton History Center, and Audubon Community Nature Center all ...

Former JHS Grad Earns New Role At UC Irvine

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Dr. Robert Spitale, a former Jamestown resident and a 2000 graduate of Jamestown High School, has been appointed as associate director and founding associate dean of research for the planned UC Irvine School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. In this role, Spitale will provide ...

JCC Seeks Input From Businesses

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Jamestown Community College is seeking input from businesses throughout the region on their existing and future workforce needs. Results from the survey will be used to help JCC align current and future academic and training program development in four new areas, according to Holger Ekanger, ...

Amherst Security Opening In City

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Amherst Security Professionals is opening a branch office located at 25 E. Fourth St., Jamestown, beginning July 6. Amherst Security Professionals is a state Department of State-licensed “Watch, Guard, Patrol” agency headquartered in Amherst and founded in January 2007 by two police ...

Cummins Succeeds In Patent Case

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Cummins Inc. has successfully challenged patent infringements by a competitor. The action challenged Turbo Lab for infringement of Cummins’ patents by the unauthorized marketing and selling of turbo nozzle rings, a critical component of the Holset VGT turbo. Turbo Lab agreed Cummins’ ...

Silver Creek Standoff Ends In Surrender

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SILVER CREEK — There was some high drama in this village after the noon hour. Elm Street was closed and neighbors in the area were told to shelter in place as Chautauqua County Sheriff’s deputies were involved with a suspect wanted in an aggravated assault incident in Florida. After a ...

Come To The Table For CASA Goes Virtual

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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Chautauqua County announces its 12th Annual Come to the Table 2020-Reimagined fundraiser to be held on Thursday, July 23 on the Facebook event page, 12th Annual Come to the Table 2020-Reimagined! Bidding opens at 8 a.m. and ends at 8 p.m. Guests will ...

Local Farmers Tackle Weather, COVID Differently

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The effects of spring weather and COVID-19 restrictions have been felt differently by farms in Western New York. Farmers in the region have agriculture, dairy and pasture operations of all shapes and sizes, which has led to different outcomes on business in the past several months. For ...

Downtown Warren Hotel Plans Progressing

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The City of Warren and an adjacent property owner are working on an agreement with the Redevelopment Authority that would result in the development of a downtown hotel. The scenario discussed on Wednesday would result in the elimination of Breeze Point Landing as a public park in order to ...

Assembly Takes Institution Digital

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While residents and visitors will not be able to attend their favorite lectures and programs inside of the historic Chautauqua Amphitheater this summer, the show will still go on. Through its newly-launched CHQ Assembly platform, Chautauqua Institution will shift the majority of its summer ...