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BPU Saving Money While Upgrading Equipment

March 31, 2016 The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities will save more than $90,000 while replacing equipment. On Wednesday, the BPU board passed three resolutions to replace the equipment. more »»

Paging Dr. Robinson

March 31, 2016 A retired orthopedic physician who served Chautauqua County for nearly 40 years has been named WCA Hospital’s 2016 Physician of the Year. Dr. Peter S. more »»

Committee Appointed To Find Chautauqua Institution’s New President

March 31, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — A revitalized amphitheater is not the only change in store for Chautauqua Institution this year. A new president is also expected. On Wednesday, James A. Pardo Jr. more »»

Jamestown Board Of Education Honors Champions, Talks Budget

March 31, 2016 Tim Mains says Jamestown High School is definitely the school of champion. more »»

Garvey Is Featured Artist At Falconer Library

March 30, 2016 FALCONER — Steve Garvey is the featured photographer for April at the Falconer Public Library. He is a recognized photographer of 40 years with a busy website. He is a man who has worn many hat. more »»

Pine Valley Policies Aim For Tolerance, Equality

March 30, 2016 SOUTH DAYTON — The trend is tolerance, and Pine Valley is on boar. more »»

Jamestown Man Possibly Under Influence In Court

March 30, 2016 WARREN, Pa. — A man in court to enter a plea on Monday was tested for intoxicants shortly after he admitted to taking illegal drugs the day before. David A. more »»

Funds Awarded For Housing In Chautauqua County

March 30, 2016 A project in Chautauqua County is receiving over $100,000 to support homeless individuals with severe mental illness. The U.S. more »»

Three Eliminated, Eight Advance To Final Round Of Chautauqua’s Got Talent

March 29, 2016 “There’s no way around the fact that some really good contestants will be sent home tonight. more »»

Law Office Fire Ruled Arson

March 29, 2016 WEST ELLICOTT—A fire that reportedly tore through a West Ellicott law office on March 12 has been ruled an arson, according to the Ellicott Police Departmen. more »»

Atlantic Wind Denied Special Use Permit

March 29, 2016 RANDOLPH — After much consideration and research, the Randolph Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously denied a special use permit to Atlantic Wind LLC at this month’s meeting. more »»

Dunkirk Man Sentenced To Prison On Drug Charges

March 29, 2016 MAYVILLE — A Dunkirk man was sentenced to more than eight years in prison after being convicted of two drug charges. According to Acting District Attorney Patrick Swanson, Angelo R. more »»

The People Have Spoken

March 28, 2016 WESTFIELD — It may not be a case of “David vs. Goliath,” but the We the People team from Westfield Academy and Central School certainly can stand tall among any school in the state. more »»

Prendergast Library Unveils User-Friendly Website Design

March 28, 2016 A more user-friendly website is now available from the James Prendergast Library. Library officials went live with their new website design on March 9. more »»

Ripley Drama Club Students Perform Disney’s ‘Aladdin’

March 28, 2016 RIPLEY — A genie, an Arabian Prince, and a sultan visited Ripley Central School on March 17. more »»

Smiles Abound

March 27, 2016 Armed with markers, crayons and a multitude of smiley face stickers, area children were ready to bag up some joy and send it out to the community Saturday. more »»

JPD Bowling Tournament Raises $2K For Cancer Charity

March 27, 2016 Thanks to a charity bowling tournament put on by the Jamestown Police Department’s Kendall Club, a $2,000 check was donated to Kids And Cancer Benefit. more »»

North County Leaders Meet To Talk Shared Services

March 27, 2016 DUNKIRK — Whether it’s a financial crunch or a lack of manpower or equipment, local leaders and highway directors met in the city of Dunkirk recently to discuss solutions to regional public works... more »»

Dining In The Dark

March 26, 2016 MAYVILLE — Area residents are once again invited to enjoy a meal they will never see when Chautauqua Blind Association hosts its sixth annual Dining in the Dark dinner event. more »»

Bills In Legislature Aim To Legalize Fantasy Games

March 26, 2016 Daily fantasy sports sites DraftKings and FanDuel halted operations in New York this week in an agreement with the state attorney general’s office, which accused them of illegal gambling. more »»



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