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Don’t Let The AEP Pass You By

October 24, 2016 Question: I turned 65 this year (2016) and signed up for Medicare. I also signed up for additional insurance, the Part D stuff. more »»

Survivor, Businesses Join Fight Against Breast Cancer

October 23, 2016 Twenty years is a long time to live near the shadow of anything, let alone cancer. more »»

Peer Recovery Coaching Inspires Self-Sufficiency

October 23, 2016 United Way of Southern Chautauqua County has made it their mission to demonstrate impact in all aspects of their work by focusing in four priority areas: to ensure that families are self-sufficient,... more »»

CCE Director Talks Regional Team With Legislators

October 22, 2016 MAYVILLE — Agriculture is Chautauqua County’s leading industry, but more resources are needed to assist producers. more »»

Falconer Volleyball Team Holds Pink Out Games

October 22, 2016 Members of Falconer’s volleyball teams held their Block Out Cancer Pink Out games on Oct. 18. more »»

County To Implement CRAFT Program

October 22, 2016 MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County Department of Mental Hygiene is implementing a new treatment program called Community Reinforcement and Family Training designed to help family members encourage a... more »»

Randolph Love Fund Comes To Aid Of Area Family

October 22, 2016 RANDOLPH — A group of committed high school students from Randolph Central School, their mentors and generous community members have made a difference in the life of a local family. more »»

‘Baby Pool’ Generates Newborn Hats For WCA

October 21, 2016 RANDOLPH — When Mary Heyl and her husband, Cory, found out they were expecting their first child, they had no idea the anticipation of their baby’s arrival would be part of a contest and generate... more »»

Dissolution Vote Coming In Sherman By December

October 21, 2016 The future of the village of Sherman will now be decided at a public referendum in December. However, Mayor John Patterson made it clear that he is adamantly opposed to dissolution. more »»

Youth Ballet To Present Halloween-Inspired ‘Dance Noir’

October 21, 2016 In the spirit of the season, the Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet will offer a Halloween-inspired evening of downtown dance next week. The youth ballet will present “Dance Noir” on Friday, Oct. more »»

Sheriff's Office Mourning Loss Of Deputy

October 20, 2016 Members of the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office are mourning the loss of Deputy Kevin Link, who died Wednesday afternoon during an off-duty medical emergency. more »»

One Worker Treated After Fire Breaks Out In Cummins

October 20, 2016 ASHVILLE — A small fire that began during a first-shift production process at Cummins brought operation to a halt for a little over an hour Tuesday. more »»

Trolley To Be On Display Prior To Moving

October 20, 2016 An important piece of Jamestown’s rail history will be available to be seen for the last time at the Jamestown Gateway Train Station Saturday. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Young Hits Hyson Over Residency

October 20, 2016 Republican state Sen. Cathy Young is taking aim at Democratic challenger Lee Hyson’s residency in the district after she said he’s been away from the area for some time. more »»

JCC Board Discusses Gender Inclusivity; Leadership Academy

October 20, 2016 Inclusivity was a big topic at a recent Jamestown Community College Board of Trustees meetin. more »»

IDA Board Approves Al Tech Loan For City Brewery

October 19, 2016 Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency officials are supporting a brewer who’s bringing 13 years of craft brewing experience to Jamestow. more »»

Peek n’ Peak Wraps Up Fall Fest

October 19, 2016 CLYMER — Peek n’ Peak Resort finished up its 29th annual Fall Fest on Sunday, ushering in this year’s unusually warm and bright autumn in full-swing. more »»

JCA To Host Seraph Brass In 2016-17 Season Premiere Friday

October 19, 2016 The Jamestown Concert Association’s 2016-17 will kick off to the angelic sound of an all-female, classically trained brass line this wee. more »»

First Ever Forfeiture Auction To Take Place In Warren

October 19, 2016 WARREN, Pa. — Local residents will soon have a chance to bid on items left behind by convicted criminals. At 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. more »»

Arson Suspected In Mayville Fire

October 18, 2016 MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County Fire Investigation Team was called to investigate a fire at 6375 Centralia-Hartfield Road in Mayville around 2:36 a.m. on Sunday. more »»



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