Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | All Access e-Edition | Home RSS
Southern Tier Heads For The North Shore To Brew in Pittsburgh

March 3, 2016 PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Southern Tier Brewery Company is expanding to its first satellite location in its largest market outside of Lakewoo. more »»

Gillibrand Pushes Legislation To Ban Guns From Domestic Abusers

March 2, 2016 Should a violent domestic abuser be banned from owning a gun? U.S. Sen. more »»

Falconer BOE Looks Over First Budget Draft

March 2, 2016 FALCONER — Gearing up for budget season, the Falconer Central School District heard a report on the first draft budget Tuesday night. more »»

Riverfront, Watershed Groups Address BPU Board

March 2, 2016 The Jamestown Riverfront Management Council would like to join the Chautauqua Lake and Watershed Management Alliance. more »»

Panama Looks To Save, Develop

March 2, 2016 PANAMA — Conversation revolved around LED street lights and empty storefronts at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Panama Village Board. more »»

Legislators, Attorneys Representing Small Cities Call For Immediate Remedies

March 1, 2016 ALBANY—Although a final decision in the so-called “small cities” case has yet to be reached, many are calling on state lawmakers to act immediately and not shortchange students any longe. more »»

Warm Weather Impacting BPU Profits

March 1, 2016 The warmer than normal winter weather has been enjoyable for city residents, but is impacting profits for the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities. more »»

WCA Opens It Doors For Meet Our Robot Event

March 1, 2016 WCA opened its doors Monday to allow the public to meet their robot. Visitors who came to meet the robot were greeted in the auditorium and given a gift bag. more »»

Fresh ‘N’ Clean

February 29, 2016 A city business will continue a 72-year tradition of serving customers thanks to some city help. more »»

Poland Board Examines Community Services

February 29, 2016 KENNEDY — Completion of projects in the town of Poland, as well as upcoming services for the community, were discussed at the recent Poland Town Board meeting. more »»

Tonawanda’s Fight For Aid Extends To Dunkirk

February 29, 2016 DUNKIRK — Where uncertainty surrounds the NRG plant in Dunkirk, the future of NRG’s Huntley Station Power Plant in Tonawanda is certain — it will close its doors today. more »»

‘Hot Off The Line’

February 28, 2016 “We are running hot off the line, and No. 4 is in the lead,” the announcer bellowed. more »»

HCAT Revises Physician Priority List

February 28, 2016 Changes have been made to lists detailing the need for local physicians and the criteria necessary to receive recruitment grants. more »»

Steener’s Pub Chef Wins Spaghetti Idol

February 28, 2016 BEMUS POINT — The chef at Steener’s Pub was recently voted the best pasta chef in Bemus Point. more »»

Hitting The Mark

February 27, 2016 BROCTON — Members of the Brad Anderson Recognition Committee are reaching out to all communities in an effort to meet their $30,000 fundraising goal. more »»

RCS Searches For New Superintendent

February 27, 2016 RANDOLPH — The Randolph Central School District Board of Education has a tough job ahead as they seek top candidates for the position of superintendent of schools. more »»

Chautauqua Lake Budget Facing Gap

February 27, 2016 MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua Lake Central School District projected budget is facing a large gap for the 2016-17 school year. more »»

Fire Crews Respond To Smoke Alarms At Hunt Road Home

February 27, 2016 BUSTI — Unattended food on a stove reportedly set off smoke alarms at an 800 Hunt Road residence Friday around 6 p.m. more »»

Former Ellicott Court Clerk’s Huntley Hearing Adjourned

February 26, 2016 MAYVILLE — The Huntley Hearing, also known as a pretrial hearing, of Jennifer L. more »»

Water Supply

February 26, 2016 DUNKIRK — When your public drinking water becomes riddled with lead, every drop of clean water becomes precious. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web