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Riggs, A Mentor And Friend, Gone At 65

April 24, 2016 EDITOR’S NOTE: Jim Riggs, The Post-Journal’s former sports editor, passed away Saturday morning at Roswell Park Cancer Institute after a 1¢-year battle with leukemia. more »»

Local Colleges React To Reed’s Endowment Proposal

April 24, 2016 Area colleges have reported that local college endowment funds do not meet the criteria for U.S. Rep. Tom Reed’s proposed plan for college endowment funds. more »»

Educational Statistics Released On Children Living In CODE Buildings

April 24, 2016 Experiences outside of school affect how a child performs in the classroom. That is why Patrick Morris, CODE Inc. more »»

Bemus Point Fire Department Welcomes Community For Recruit NY

April 24, 2016 BEMUS POINT — The sounds of a buzzing saw greeted visitors as they approached the Bemus Point Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday. more »»

CLCS Backs Spitzer

April 23, 2016 MAYVILLE — In a statement released Friday, the Chautauqua Lake Central School Board supported its superintendent despite a recent guilty plea to driving while ability impaired. more »»

Celoron Man Charged Following Investigation

April 23, 2016 CELORON – An investigation into the sales and trafficking of illegal narcotics led to the arrest of a Celoron resident Friday afternoon. more »»

County Strives To Recruit Volunteer Firefighters

April 23, 2016 Volunteer firefighters have long been the face of citizen service and sacrifice in America. more »»

Several Prendergast Library Fundraisers Slated

April 23, 2016 Community-based funding isn’t the only way James Prendergast Library officials are trying to raise operating funds. more »»

Come To The Table

April 22, 2016 MAYVILLE — Creativity was on display at the eighth annual Come to the Table event hosted by Court Appointed Special Advocates of Chautauqua County on Thursday night. more »»

Library Renovations To Start Next Month

April 22, 2016 Renovations will start again next month at the James Prendergast Library. more »»

Jamestown Residents Charged With Welfare Fraud

April 22, 2016 Two Jamestown residents face several felony charges related to welfare fraud. On Thursday, investigators charged Latrice M. Nixon, (formerly Oneal), and Joshua A. more »»

Library Director Discusses Community-Based Funding Initiative

April 22, 2016 Community volunteers who meet to study and discuss methods of improving life in the community heard firsthand about the James Prendergast Library’s community-based funding initiative. more »»

Health And Human Services Underbudgets Medicaid Expense By $495K

April 22, 2016 MAYVILLE — A shortfall in the Health and Human Services budget drew criticism from county legislators Thursday. more »»

Nature’s Best

April 21, 2016 Fun, food, petting zoos and live music may not seem like typical Earth Day activities, but they’re a staple at Jamestown Community College. more »»

CLCS Head Pleads Guilty To Reduced DWAI Charge

April 21, 2016 BUSTI — Benjamin Spitzer, Chautauqua Lake Central School superintendent, pleaded guilty to driving while ability impaired in Busti Justice Court, Wednesday. more »»

Store Owners Uneasy About Change To Tobacco Sales

April 21, 2016 MAYVILLE — A local law to raise the tobacco purchase age wasn’t on the County Legislature’s Human Services Committee agenda Wednesday, but convenience store members were in attendance to discuss its... more »»

‘Great Again’

April 20, 2016 NEW YORK — Front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton swept to victory with ease in Tuesday’s New York primary, with Trump bouncing back from a difficult stretch in the Republican campaign and... more »»

Trump, Sanders Garner Strong Local Support

April 20, 2016 Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump garnered strong support from Chautauqua County voters, while U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders gathered more local votes during Tuesday’s presidential primary. more »»

JPS Board Approves Budget

April 20, 2016 Several “taxing” situations were put before the board Tuesday night at the Jamestown Public Schools Board of Education meeting. more »»

Bonds Approved For Treatment Plant Upgrades

April 20, 2016 MAYVILLE — A project with goals to keep phosphorus out of Chautauqua Lake took a step forward at Monday’s Public Facilities Committee meeting. Members unanimously approved $2. more »»

 
 
 

 

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