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Members of the Chautauqua County Department of Health made an inspection of Fredonia's Water Treatment Plant Thursday morning to assess progress on the filtration change.... [Read More]
The Chautauqua County Department of Health said two students within the Dunkirk School District have tested positive for COVID-19. Christine Schuyler, county public health director,... [Read More]
Concern over use of mail-in ballots for the November general election is building. Critics of the process fall into two categories: those who worry about... [Read More]
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Patricia J. Farmer, 70, of Bemus Point, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday (Sept. 16, 2020) in UPMC Hamot, Erie, Pa. She was born May 27, 1950,... [Read More]
Ludiena "Lou" Frances Anzideo Constantino, 98, of 30 Auburn Ave., Jamestown, N.Y., passed away at 12:25 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020, in her home. A... [Read More]
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Richard John Everson, 89, of San Antonio, Texas, passed Aug. 27, 2020. He was born March 19, 1932, in Buffalo, N.Y., the son of William... [Read More]
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Federal authorities have broken up a suspected methamphetamine distribution rings that was operating out of "The Farm" in Warren County, Pa. The indictments, unsealed on... [Read More]
Micro, working capital, COVID-19 response and remote workers might be new categories of loans the Jamestown Local Development Corp. (JLDC) could be offering to encourage... [Read More]
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A large algal bloom in the Fredonia reservoir in August may have been the root cause of Fredonia's water problems. And it could take up... [Read More]
The president of Jamestown Community College said Thursday that the institution he leads has seen the same trend as other institutions in the State University... [Read More]
Incumbents, even those with interim in their title, maintain a tremendous amount of control regarding the narrative of the campaign season. Holding office gives those... [Read More]
A Portland man is facing charges he illegally grew marijuana inside his residence, a mobile home that was destroyed by fire earlier this week. The... [Read More]
The United Ways of Chautauqua County kicked off their respective annual fundraising campaigns with an joint virtual campaign kickoff via Facebook Live. Community, business, education... [Read More]
PTO To Hold Meeting Oct. 6 WESTFIELD — With newly elected leadership and a new name, the Westfield Academy and Central School Parent Teacher Organization,... [Read More]
Priscilla Swanson has long been described by those who know her best as a "people person." So when the 103-year-old tested positive for COVID-19 and... [Read More]
The Jamestown and Area Old Timers are in the finals. The Old Timers lost their second game in the losers' bracket of the double-elimination playoff... [Read More]
Often times the greatest motivation comes from finding a truly inspiring cause. That has certainly been the case for Bemus Point native Karen Goodell, who... [Read More]
Federal authorities have broken up a suspected methamphetamine distribution rings that was operating out of "The Farm" in Warren County. The indictments, unsealed on Thursday... [Read More]
A Portland man is facing charges he illegally grew marijuana inside his residence, a mobile home that was destroyed by fire earlier this week. The... [Read More]
A student enrolled at Sinclairville Elementary School, but who has not been in the building, has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. In a message posted... [Read More]
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