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NY Commission Considers Raises For Legislators, Top Staffers

August 31, 2016 Salaries for state legislators could jump to six figures if a commission recommends their first rate increase since 199. more »»

Boater Suffers Burns On Lake

August 31, 2016 BEMUS POINT — A boater on Chautauqua Lake suffered multiple burns Tuesday after being sprayed by hot antifreeze. more »»

Jamestown Woman Affected By Decision Reacts To Outcome

August 31, 2016 For Jamestown resident Brooke S.B., the recent decision by the New York State Court of Appeals was a long time coming. “It’s all very surreal right now,” Brooke said. more »»

Caution Urged As Algal Blooms Appear

August 30, 2016 Swimmers and lake users are being urged to take caution this Labor Day weekend with algal blooms appearing on Chautauqua Lake. more »»

Boater Suffers Antifreeze Burns On Lake

August 30, 2016 A boater on Chautauqua Lake suffered multiple burns Tuesday after being sprayed by hot antifreez. more »»

Alleged City Kingpin Pleads Innocence

August 30, 2016 MAYVILLE—A Jamestown man allegedly behind the largest individual drug seizure in the city is claiming his innocence. On Monday, 34-year-old Juan Pacheco J. more »»

Researchers Scour For Local Vietnam Vet Photographs

August 30, 2016 The more than 58,000 names engraved on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., are a sobering reminder of the heroism — and sacrifice — involved in battle. more »»

Becker Concludes Final Season As Chautauqua President

August 29, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — The 143rd assembly at Chautauqua Institution concluded just as it began nine weeks earlier: with a standing ovation for its outgoing president. more »»

Samuel Saeli Pleads Innocent In Alleged Kidnapping Of Autistic Teen In Dunkirk

August 29, 2016 MAYVILLE—A Dunkirk man accused of kidnapping an autistic teenager has pleaded not guilty to a second-degree kidnapping charge. more »»

Adults On Medicaid Smoke More Than Those On Private Insurance

August 29, 2016 Adults who are uninsured or on Medicaid smoke twice as more compared to those with private health insurance. more »»

Heavy Rain Caused More Than $100K In Damage To City Streets, Ball Fields

August 29, 2016 The heavy rains that produced flash floods earlier this month caused more than $100,000 in damage to city streets and ball fields. more »»

Eckenrode Talks Role With CRYS, Local Arts Community

August 29, 2016 Despite the fact that he lives in and travels to many places, Bryan Eckenrode will always have a home in Jamestow. more »»

BPU Issues Discolored Water Alert Along Fairmount Avenue To Sunset Cove

August 29, 2016 A widespread discolored water alert has been issued for BPU Water customers west of Jamestown, along Fairmount Avenue all the way to Sunset Cove past Ashville. more »»

Scallion Bistro Owners To Rebrand Restaurant As Burger, Craft Beer Establishment

August 28, 2016 Scallion Bistro, the fine dining establishment in the village of Lakewood, will close its doors after a music-filled farewell party on Sept. 10, and reopen later this fall as Craft Burgers and Brew. more »»

Potential Buyer Could Save Cash-Strapped Blockville Business From Closure

August 28, 2016 BLOCKVILLE — A cheese company with operations in Blockville is in the process of being bought out by another group. According to Chautauqua County officials, Empire Specialty Cheese Co. more »»

Local Boy Needs Kidney Transplant

August 28, 2016 A local family needs the community’s support to take their son, Bennit, to New York City for a kidney transplant. more »»

Reed Holds Local Discussion On Heroin And Opioid Epidemic

August 27, 2016 The stories keep coming. Whether it’s Alex G. Foulk, the 26-year-old Jamestown resident who died of a heroin overdose in February, or McKenzie T. more »»

More Than 400 Chautauqua County Seniors Are Waiting For Personal Care

August 27, 2016 The demand for in-home — and community-based services within the senior citizen community has elevated through the years with more people turning 65 years old by the day. more »»

City Applies For State Zombie Properties Grant

August 27, 2016 Jamestown is one of 100 state municipalities that have been invited to apply for a share of $13 million in grant funding to prevent zombie houses. more »»

Clymer, Panama BOE Vote To Begin Consolidation Study

August 26, 2016 PANAMA — Panama and Clymer central school districts are very close to one another, but they may soon be closer yet. more »»

 
 
 

 

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