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Brian Chase Recalls Career As A Musician On The Road, At Home

July 12, 2016 For two decades, Brian Chase has traveled to destinations both near and far to perform his unique brand of original blues-rock. more »»

Michael’s AJ’s Texas Hots To Celebrate 40th Anniversary Tuesday

July 11, 2016 Michael Riolo and his dedicated staff at Michael’s AJ’s Texas Hots are celebrating good food and great memories this week in preparation of a major community milestone. The 1265 E. Second St. more »»

Republican DA Candidate Blasts Swanson’s Handling Of Murder Case

July 11, 2016 Patrick Swanson, acting Chautauqua County district attorney, received a scathing rebuke from his Republican challenger on the handling of accused murderer Allen P. Witruke’s charge. more »»

JRC: Take Precaution When Hiring A Contractor

July 11, 2016 Hiring a disreputable contractor is one way to ruin your summer. more »»

Mixed Reviews For Tourney’s Affect On Area Businesses

July 10, 2016 It is still unknown whether the LECOM Health Challenge PGA Tour event’s economic impact was on par with expectations. more »»

Key Bank Building In City Up For Auction July 26

July 10, 2016 The four-story building on the corner of North Main and East Second streets will be auctioned in a few weeks. On Tuesday, July 26, the former Key Bank Building, located at 202 N. Main St. more »»

City Native Writes Book Detailing Court Battle

July 10, 2016 Being diagnosed with cancer is a scary ordeal for anyone. It is especially frightening if you don’t know what will happen to your children should you succumb to the disease. more »»

Jamestown BOE Chooses Board President; Announces New Jefferson Principal

July 9, 2016 Long-time board member, Paul Abbott, was given charge of the Jamestown Public Schools District Board of Education at Friday night’s meeting. more »»

Local Officials Respond To Dallas Shootings

July 9, 2016 Local officials are issuing their response to the recent shootings that took place across the country, including the Thursday night shootings in Dallas that killed five officers. U.S. Rep. more »»

Local Law Enforcement Remain Vigilant In Wake Of Dallas Shootings

July 9, 2016 Local police departments are not taking any additional or specific precautions as a result of Friday’s deadly shooting in Dallas, but remain vigilant of any suspicious or potentially violent activity. more »»

North Main Street Highway Reconstruction To Take Rest Of Month

July 8, 2016 Highway work is slated to last the rest of the month on North Main Street between Second and Third street. more »»

Jamestown Police Find 244 Bags Of Heroin Hidden In Console During Traffic Stop

July 8, 2016 Four Jamestown residents face charges after Jamestown police reportedly found 244 bags, or 24 bundles, of heroin hidden in the console of their vehicle during a traffic stop. more »»

Governor Planning City Visit

July 8, 2016 Will Gov. more »»

Southern Tier Kidney Association Debuts New Billboards

July 8, 2016 Motorists heading southbound into Jamestown along Washington Street may have noticed a new billboard drawing attention to the under-discussed issue of kidney disease. more »»

Pedestrian Bridge Project Across Chadakoin To Begin In 2017

July 7, 2016 The state Department of Transportation commissioner received a first-hand view of the Greater Jamestown Riverwalk and the future location for two intermodal bridges. more »»

Warren County DA Seeks Death Penalty In February Killing Of Marcus Mattson

July 7, 2016 WARREN - The Warren County District Attorney is seeking the death penalty in the case of the February killing of Marcus Mattson. more »»

Blood Donations Needed Now

July 7, 2016 The American Red Cross has issued an emergency request for blood and platelet donations as summer inventories plumme. more »»

Jamestown Police Find 244 Bags Of Heroin In Vehicle During Traffic Stop

July 7, 2016 Four Jamestown residents face charges after Jamestown police reportedly found 244 bags, or 24 bundles, of heroin hidden in the console of their vehicle during a traffic stop. more »»

Forbes Talks Economy At Chautauqua Institution

July 7, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — Steve Forbes, chairman and editor in chief of Forbes Media, didn’t pull any punches at Chautauqua Institution Wednesday mornin. more »»

Local Cadet Receives High Honor In Civil Air Patrol

July 6, 2016 LAKE GEORGE — With hard work and diligence, a soon-to-be high school senior can now call himself a cadet colonel in the Civil Air Patrol. more »»



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