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Cummins Hosts Take Your Kid To Work Day

July 14, 2016 LAKEWOOD — Youthful eyes and ears took a glimpse into their parents’ workplace on Wednesday morning at the Jamestown Cummins Engine Plan. more »»

Presentation Given On History, Current Operations At Cummins

July 14, 2016 BUSTI — The story of Cummins Engine’s journey to Chautauqua County over 40 years ago was a combination of perfect timing, a little luck and aggressive action among area leaders. more »»

City Drug Raid Nets 100 Bags Of Heroin

July 14, 2016 A significant drug bust took place on Forest Avenue Tuesday, less than a week after police officials seized 244 bags of heroin during a traffic stop. more »»

Trolley Car Celebrating Special Anniversaries This Year

July 13, 2016 Jamestown trolley cars are celebrating several anniversaries this year. In 1891, the first electric railway trolley car traveled the streets of the Pearl City. more »»

Minivan Slammed By Tractor Trailer Wheel On I-86

July 13, 2016 Three individuals suffered minor injuries Wednesday after a wheel from a tractor trailer reportedly fell off and slammed into a minivan on Interstate 86. more »»

Railway Heritage Center To Apply For Nonprofit Status

July 13, 2016 One of the next steps for the newly formed Jamestown Area Railway Heritage Center committee is to become a nonprofit entity. more »»

Falconer Boy Accidentally Drowns In Pool

July 13, 2016 FALCONER — A four-year-old Falconer boy was pronounced dead Tuesday after reportedly drowning in a backyard pool, according to Ellicott police. The drowning, which occurred at a 3013 Water St. more »»

Portville Woman Dies Of Smoke Inhalation After Fire

July 13, 2016 PORTVILLE — An 84-year-old Portville woman died Monday after a fire erupted at her 118 Portville Eldred Road residence. more »»

City Man Charged After Tuesday Heroin Raid On Forest Avenue

July 13, 2016 A Jamestown man was taken to the city jail after a heroin raid at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at 78 Forest Ave. Cesar L. more »»

Michael’s AJ’s Texas Hots Celebrates 40th Anniversary

July 13, 2016 Despite an increasingly hostile environment that has been less than kind to the small business, Michael’s AJ’s Texas Hots is defying the odds. The 1265 E. Second St. more »»

Panel Discussion Centers On Black Lives Matter Movement

July 12, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — As protests roil across the nation, and two young black men and five police officers lay dead in the aftermath of last week, Chautauqua Institution became a platform for part of the... more »»

No Decision Made On Sheldon House Use Variance

July 12, 2016 No decision was made by state Supreme Court on the petition filed by Lakeview Avenue area residents who oppose the use variance granted for the Sheldon House by the city Zoning Board of Appeals. more »»

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 Web.com 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 »»

 
 
 

 

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