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Jamestown DAR Chapter Holds Patriot’s Luncheon

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The Jamestown Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution held its annual Patriot’s Luncheon and program in Christ First United Methodist Church’s Darrah Hall recently on President’s Day Weekend and also on the birthday of Susan B. Anthony. Chapter Regent Connie ...

Rotary Honors Four Senior Scholars Of Month

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On Feb. 25, four high school seniors were recognized as “Scholars of the Month” by the Rotary Club of Westfield-Mayville during a program held at the Lakeshore Assembly of God Church in Westfield. These outstanding seniors and their respective schools were McKayla Wolfe, Westfield Academy ...

Free Text Message Program To Aid Youth Quitting E-Cigarettes

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New York state is offering a free text message program to help youth quit e-cigarettes. Dr. Howard Zucker, state health commissioner, unveiled the initiative recently at a #NoVapeNY rally along with the Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, New York State PTA and Parents ...

Sinclairville 76ers Meals On Wheels Entertained By Singer

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SINCLAIRVILLE — Patty Cook dressed in her country western outfit entertained the patrons of the Sinclairville 76ers Meals on Wheels program in the Sinclairville Firehall dining room. Meals are delivered three days a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in three vans by volunteers, and ...

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Area Residents Could See Some Discolored Water The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities on Wednesday said water customers in Falconer and on the north side of Jamestown could see discolored water for 12 to 24 hours. Electrical pump maintenance at the Cassadaga Water Pump Station will require ...

‘Cross Your Fingers’

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MAYVILLE — Village of Brocton and Chautauqua County Land Bank Corp. officials will be working together to demolish two blighted properties and renovate a third. The Chautauqua County Legislature approved last week a resolution to give Brocton officials 10 E. Main St. so it can be ...

Westfield Woman Pleads Guilty To Theft

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A Westfield woman pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court to charges of wire fraud and filing a false tax return. Alicia Raynor, 42, entered the plea Tuesday before U.S. District Judge John L. Sinatra Jr. The charges carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. According ...

‘Pretty Much Gone’

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Westfield native Lee Davies and his wife Lori were enjoying spending their first winter south after purchasing half of a duplex at the StoneBridge development near Lebanon, Tenn. The placid setting was shattered in terrifying fashion early Tuesday when a series of tornadoes struck the area, ...

Falconer Man Charged With Arson After Home Destroyed

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FALCONER — A Falconer man has been accused of starting a fire that destroyed a village home and displaced a family over the weekend. Cody Dustin, 24, was issued an appearance ticket Wednesday on a charge of third-degree arson, a class C felony. The fire Sunday at 217 E. Pearl St., ...

Schuyler: Health Dept. ‘Working Closely’ To Monitor Coronavirus

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MAYVILLE — Officials with the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services issued a statement Wednesday reinforcing that the risk for infection by COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) is currently low in Chautauqua County and in New York state, despite the confirmation of three cases in ...

Coronavirus Update: 11 Cases Now Confirmed In New York

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NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials seeking to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus in New York state focused Wednesday on a suburban community where nine people connected with a lawyer hospitalized with the disease have now tested positive. Hundreds of people were ordered to ...

Falconer Firefighters Praised After Weekend Blazes

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FALCONER — Members of the Falconer Volunteer Fire Department were honored for their “outstanding” efforts over the weekend to quell two fires in the village. What began as a normal Falconer Village Board meeting Tuesday briefly served as a moment to applaud the quick response from ...

Area Police Reports

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NEW YORK STATE POLICE ¯ STOW — Patricia McIntosh, 51, of Kirtland, Ohio, was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance by ultimate users original container. Troopers stopped a vehicle on I-86 in Stow on Sunday. ...

UPMC: Facilities Are Ready To Handle Coronavirus

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There have been no known cases of the COVID-19 virus at any UPMC medical facility, though officials with the Pittsburgh-based health organization with a hospital in Jamestown said procedures are in place to handle potential patients. UPMC and Allegheny County, Pa., officials held a press ...

City Woman Pleads Guilty To Corruption Of Minors

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WARREN, Pa. — A Jamestown woman has pleaded guilty to charges that she made a child participate in drug deals. Renee L. Rogers, 35, entered a guilty plea to charges of possession with intent to deliver and corruption of minors before Judge Gregory Hammond in Warren County, Pa., on ...

Trio Charged After 8 Ounces Of Cocaine Found In Stop

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A traffic stop led to the discovery of a large quantity of cocaine Jamestown police say was likely to be sold in the city within hours. Three residents — 22-year-old Kori D. Robinson and 25-year-old Bruce Page of the Buffalo area and 20-year-old Islandah N. Mitchell of Jamestown — were ...

Chadakoin To Turn Green For St. Patrick’s Day On March 14

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The Chadakoin River will once again be turned green later this month. On Tuesday, the Jamestown Parks, Recreation and Conservation Commission met to discuss the city’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration, which will include the dying of the Chadakoin River. John Williams, city parks ...

Guilty Plea Entered In 2019 Shooting Case

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MAYVILLE — A Jamestown man pleaded guilty in Chautauqua County Court on Tuesday for his role in a January 2019 shooting that left one person injured. Rasul N. Bonds, 32, entered the plea to second-degree attempted assault, a class E felony, before Chautauqua County Court Judge David ...

Fraternity Inducts New Members At JCC

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Jamestown Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter, Alpha Kappa Beta, inducted new members recently on the Jamestown Campus. Phi Theta Kappa, the national two-year college honor fraternity, has chapters on JCC’s Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses. A student must achieve at least ...

Sorority Holds Its February Meeting

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Theta Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Rose Van Volkenburg on Feb. 20. Van Volkenburg presented her program on “Roots: How Well Do You Know Your Own City.” She focused on two landmarks: the Bemus Point Stow Ferry and the Holland Land Company Vault and their association ...