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May 15, 2016 Loud blasts of a horn accompanied by the sound of chugging could be heard throughout downtown Jamestown during National Train Day, Saturday. more »»

Lucille Ball Little Theater Stages ‘Night At The Tonys’

May 15, 2016 Bravo to the cast, crew and musicians for a successful opening on their musical review entitled “Night at the Tonys,” Friday. more »»

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Holds Inaugural Blessing Of The Bikes

May 15, 2016 St. Luke’s Episcopal Church provided cyclists with more than a helmet for protection on Saturday morning. more »»

Land Bank Continues To Improve Neighborhoods

May 14, 2016 By the end of this year, the Chautauqua County Land Bank Corporation, in conjunction with county and municipal partners, will have demolished more than 100 condemned houses since its inception in... more »»

Three Randolph Volunteer Firemen Honored For 50 Years Of Service

May 14, 2016 RANDOLPH — The Randolph Fire Company was proud to honor not one, but three of its members for 50 years of dedicated service at its annual awards dinner on April 30. more »»

Pawelski Running As Write-In Candidate For JPS Board Of Education

May 14, 2016 An old hand at school board membership has announced his write-in candidacy for the Jamestown Public Schools District Board of Education. more »»

City Q1 Sales Tax Revenues Up, Health Care Costs Hold Steady

May 13, 2016 The city comptroller had good news in regard to the first financial quarter of the year. more »»

Future Leader

May 13, 2016 Erros Quinones is a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind of guy when it comes to public speaking, and it shows. more »»

Legislation Would Assist Military Families

May 13, 2016 Life can be difficult for military families in instances where a loved one is given short notice to pack up and move to a new base. However, legislation proposed by U.S. Sen. more »»

Assist A Veteran

May 12, 2016 The Fenton History Center is doing their part to support veterans through the Vets Finding Vets program. The program started Nov. more »»

Bag & String Wine Merchants To Hold Grand Opening

May 12, 2016 LAKEWOOD — Bag & String Wine Merchants in Lakewood has multiple reasons to celebrate this month. more »»

1860s Cocktail Hour To Follow National Train Day

May 12, 2016 If you’re a woman who owns a full skirt held out by a crinoline or a man who likes to wear a tailcoat and an elaborate cravat, your ideal cocktail party is Saturday evening. more »»

Catching A Break

May 11, 2016 City residents will soon know the name of each individual with an outstanding warrant or who owes more than $200 in fines based on parking violations. more »»

DiMaio Announces He Won’t Seek Re-Election After Budget Hearing

May 11, 2016 After a short public hearing regarding the budget, a familiar face on the Jamestown Public Schools District Board of Education said he won’t be seeking re-election. more »»

Lucile M. Wright Air Museum Planetarium Resumes Saturday Hours

May 11, 2016 Area residents looking to explore the far reaches of the final frontier this summer can do so from downtown Jamestown on Saturdays. Chris Centi, space science coordinator of the Lucile M. more »»

Nothing To Mock

May 10, 2016 WESTFIELD — The strains of Sarah McLachlan’s “In The Arms of An Angel” drifted on the cool breeze as Westfield Academy and Central School students watched the body of senior classmate Ashley Burgess... more »»

Great Train Heist

May 9, 2016 The 1860s will be recreated on the battle field and during a train robbery on National Train Day. more »»

WCA Names 2016 Nurse Of Distinction

May 9, 2016 WCA Hospital announced that Jessica L. Cappa, BSN, WCA Hospital Emergency Department nurse, was named the 2016 Nurse of Distinction at a special breakfast held in celebration of National Nurses Wee. more »»

Shear Excitement

May 9, 2016 RANDOLPH — Warmer temps mean it’s that time of year when alpaca owners begin to shear the fiber from their alpacas. more »»

Library Announces Jim Roselle Read-A-Thon

May 9, 2016 The James Prendergast Library will host its first Jim Roselle Read-A-Thon from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, June 4, as a fundraiser for the institution. more »»



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