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Three City Residents Face Welfare Fraud Charges

June 17, 2016 Three Jamestown residents face welfare fraud charges in two separate incidents after investigations by the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office and the county Department of Health and Human Services... more »»

Senior Strides

June 16, 2016 Donning red, white and green caps and gowns, several members of the Jamestown High School Class of 2016 walked the halls of their former school with heads held high on Wednesday. more »»

SEQR For West Side Sewer Extension Approved

June 16, 2016 MAYVILLE — Work is underway to secure the needed funds to extend public sewers on Chautauqua Lake’s west side. more »»

Falconer Officials Await Results Of Intersection Traffic Study

June 16, 2016 FALCONER — A New York state traffic study on Falconer’s busy East Avenue and East Main Street intersection has yet to be completed, leaving village officials in limbo over hiring new crossing guard. more »»

Nurturing Experience

June 15, 2016 Following a brief ceremony that featured a number of acorn-themed analogies and the sharing of special memories, five individuals are ready to begin new careers as radiologic technologists. more »»

Frewsburg Fire Gala Days Begins Today

June 15, 2016 FREWSBURG — The annual Frewsburg Fire Gala Days celebration will bring fun and festivities to town from today through Saturday, including the Grand Parade on Saturday at 4 p.m. more »»

Up State Tower Files Suit Against Lakewood

June 15, 2016 LAKEWOOD — The village of Lakewood Board of Trustees voted Monday night to retain the services of attorney Richard Stanton of Buffalo to provide legal counsel in defense of a lawsuit filed against... more »»

Landmark Chevrolet Celebrates 15 Years

June 14, 2016 RANDOLPH — For 15 years, Landmark Chevrolet has strived to make hopping into a new car a pleasant and gratifying experience for car shopper. more »»

WCA, UPMC Hamot Officials Continue Working Through Process

June 14, 2016 Receiving an OK from the state Public Health and Health Planning Council last week was a significant step for the integration between WCA Hospital and UPMC Hamot, but the state’s regulatory proces... more »»

CASAC Names New Director

June 14, 2016 The Chautauqua Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Council board has appointed Melanie A. Witkowski as the organization’s new executive directo. more »»

Senn-Sations Salon Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

June 14, 2016 RANDOLPH — A Randolph business is celebrating its first full decade of operation with a weeklong series of events starting today. Senn-Sations Salon and Day Spa, 150 Main St. more »»

Summer Fun

June 13, 2016 LAKEWOOD — The village of Lakewood will host its annual Fourth of July Summerfest on Chautauqua and Terrace avenues and at Richard O. Hartley Park on Monday, July 4. more »»

Side Lot Disposition

June 13, 2016 What to do with vacant lots is an issue that has beset the city of Jamestown, the city of Dunkirk and perhaps every other major metropolitan area in the northeast for several decades. more »»

Fire Department Ball Field Back In Service

June 13, 2016 RANDOLPH — After nearly 30 years of not hosting a baseball game, the ball field on the Randolph Firemen’s grounds is back in service. more »»

Smokin’ Good Time

June 12, 2016 CELORON — As the wind picked up it carried a scent of smoldering wood fires and a variety of barbecue seasonings with it on Saturday at Lucille Ball Memorial Park. more »»

Former Chautauqua Resident Remembered For Experimental Test Pilot Career

June 12, 2016 In the early 1980s, a revolutionary and highly secretive aircraft known as Tacit Blue took its first-ever test flights over the Nevada landscape. more »»

AAA Warns Of Top Driving Distractions For Teens As ‘100 Deadliest Days’ Begin

June 12, 2016 With school ending and summer plans abound, teen drivers nationwide are heading for the open road. Unfortunately, like most teenagers, they’re also heading for their phones. more »»

Picturesque Properties

June 11, 2016 “I had a dream and this is what we made of it,” Mary Rapaport said of her self-proclaimed castle in Greenhurst. more »»

Jefferson Middle School Principal To Retire

June 11, 2016 Carm Proctor, Jefferson Middle School principal, began her career with Jamestown Public Schools District when she was 14 years old as a secretary and student helper at Jamestown High School. more »»

‘Come On Down’

June 10, 2016 A local student was featured as a lucky contestant on one of America’s favorite games shows on Tuesda. more »»



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