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Closing The Books

June 8, 2016 Residents in the Jamestown Public Schools District have said ‘‘No’’ to an additional tax. more »»

Firefighters Respond To Ellison Bronze Fire

June 8, 2016 Fire crews responded to a reported structure fire this morning at Ellison Bronze, located at 125 W. Main St., in Falcone. more »»

CLCS Bus Driver Charged For Endangering Juvenile

June 8, 2016 A bus driver for the Chautauqua Lake Central School District has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child on his bus. more »»

Private Equity Firm Purchases RHI Monofrax

June 8, 2016 MUNICH, Germany — The sale of Falconer plant RHI Monofrax could keep the company operating locall. more »»

Man Charged Outside Boys And Girls Club

June 8, 2016 A Jamestown man faced several charges Tuesday after Jamestown police investigated a man in front of 62 Allen St., Jamestown, who was acting suspiciously. William R. more »»

Increase In Sales Helps Weber Knapp Pay Off Loan

June 8, 2016 In 2011, long-time employees Rex McCray and Donald Pangborn brought ownership of Weber Knapp Company from a British-based investment company back to Jamestown. more »»

Untangling The Mess

June 7, 2016 WARREN, Pa. more »»

Private Equity Firm Purchases RHI Monofrax

June 7, 2016 A private equity firm has purchased RHI Monofrax in Falconer, according to a news release, with an eye toward putting the company on track to stand on its own two feet. more »»

Library Funding Voted Down, According To Unofficial Results

June 7, 2016 Unofficial library vote results show the $850,00 taxpayer-funded initiative for the James Prendergast Library budget has been voted down. The polls closed at 9 p.m. more »»

Algae Communities An Indicator To Lake’s Health

June 7, 2016 Understanding what drives lake conditions doesn’t happen over a day, a week or even a year. more »»

Community Input Wanted For Revitalization Efforts

June 7, 2016 An open invitation has been extended to local residents who want to know more about the revitalization efforts happening along the Washington Street corridor and the Chadakoin River. more »»

Jamestown Man Faces Charges After Suspicious Situation Outside Boys And Girls Club

June 7, 2016 William R. Tilyou of Jamestown faces several charges after Jamestown police investigated a man in front of 62 Allen St., Jamestown, who was acting suspiciously. more »»

Relish The Moment

June 6, 2016 A popular phrase on this year’s Flag Day will be, ‘‘Three hot dogs, with everything. more »»

Lay Of The Land

June 6, 2016 Is it better to rent or to own a home? In the city of Jamestown, the answer split almost 50/50, according to the most recent census. The figures show that 5. more »»

Four-Year-Old Child Seriously Injured In Route 20 Accident

June 6, 2016 RIPLEY—A four-year-old child suffered serious injuries Sunday after being struck by a vehicle in Ripley. The male child reportedly ran into traffic on Route 20 shortly after 7 p.. more »»

$10M Downtown Plan Completed

June 6, 2016 City officials have completed their plan that will hopefully bring more than $10 million in state funding to downtown Jamestown. Earlier this year, Gov. more »»

Burned Out

June 5, 2016 Jamestown Police Department officials and members of the Jamestown Fire Department responded to a fire at 192 Falconer St. on Saturday mornin. more »»

Voters To Determine Fate Of Library Budget

June 5, 2016 ‘‘Yes’’ and ‘‘No’’ are two of the simplest words in the English language. more »»

Jamestown Native Tells Account Of 1963 Ali Fight

June 5, 2016 How could a black and white action photo of Cassius Clay throwing a punch at Charlie Powell have a connection to Jamestown? The photo, taken at the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh on Ja. more »»

Violent Fights Recorded, Posted By Youth Uncommon

June 5, 2016 A recent video posted online of two young, local individuals in the middle of a brawl has residents concerned. more »»



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