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Construction On Roundabout Expected Next Year
On Friday, the New York State Department of Transportation said the DOT will go forward with a two-lane roundabout at the Route 20 and 60 intersection. Work’s tentatively scheduled to begin next year, and it’ll also include the construction of new sidewalks and curb ramps, which comply with the Amer
Police investigating attacks by ANTIFA in Portland, New York
A member of Patriot Prayer saves a burning flag#Patriotprayer#Antifa#protest#ProudBoys#PDX#Portlandpic.twitter.com/PLlI1cVvy6— Storm ? (@xBc26x)October 14, 2018
Two-car crash Sunday in the city
Civic calendarBrocton Tuesday — Brocton Central School Capital Project meeting, 7 p.m., auditorium Wednesday — Brocton ...
Two injured in Chautauqua County rollover
Deputies said the driver, Bryan Sandreth, 24, of Jamestown, was westbound on Route 20 when his vehicle crossed into the eastbound lane, left the road, struck a telephone pole and rolled over several times. Sandreth was taken to Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk with minor injuries, the Sheriff's O
Bankrupt Sears will close one WNY store and three Kmarts
Sears will close its store at the Chautauqua Mall in Lakewood, along with Kmart stores in Niagara Falls, West Seneca and Batavia as part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which was filed early Monday.
There is a chance of snow in WNY's forecast this week
Because the prevailing flow will be from the northwest, most of the lake-effect precipitation will be found downstream of Lake Ontario with a little bit across the Western Southern Tier, the weather service said.
Jamestown woman with prior conviction charged with felony DWI
Andrea R. Cinci-Wilson, 36, was pulled over shortly before 11 p.m. near the intersection of North Main and West 11th streets in Jamestown for having a loud muffler.
Chautauqua County farmers taste sweet success
Owners said they couldn't have done it without financing through the county. “This is like taking a car out of the garage for the first time in 10 years and trying to make it work again,” said Co-Owner, Eric Huddy.
State agencies announce $1 million available to support new farmers
The program, in its fifth year, promotes growth and development in the state’s agriculture industry. To date, $3.27 million has been awarded to nearly 90 farms throughout New York State to expand their operations and improve their profitability.
Captain playing with torn ACL leads Fredonia/Brocton win over Dunkirk
With a standing-room-only crowd estimated at 3,000 packed into Fredonia’s tree-lined Orange Bowl on Friday night, Hillbillies captain Nico Pucci wouldn’t let a debilitating knee injury keep him off the field.
Police: Man eats soup while driving, rolls vehicle
State Police and the Stockton Fire Department responded to a single vehicle rollover Thursday around 11 a.m.According to troopers, Dana L. Smith, 42, of Dunkirk admitted that he was eating soup while driving northbound on County Route 380 between Cemetery and Peirson roads, in the town of Stockton.
West Nile Virus detected in Chautauqua County
The Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services said Wednesday that two mosquito pools, collected from the Audubon Community Nature Center in Jamestown, tested positive for the virus in late September. The presence of the virus was confirmed by the state Department of Health Arbovirolo
Local fisherman offers valuable advice
If the water is too clear the fish will see you before you see them. When the water has a slight tinge to it, it’s the best time to be trout fishing. Be quiet, and minimize your motions to avoid detection. Your bait offering is not as important as your presentation. For instance, if you place a minn
Brocton woman featured in national magazine
Pat Zanghi’s story, “Bushel of Books,” is featured in the September/October issue of “Good Old Days” magazine, a nostalgia-themed magazine that shares readers’ memories from 1935 to 1960.
Subway fire caused by burning mulch, possible discarded cigarette
The Sept. 29 blaze was the result of a mulch fire in front of the West State Street restaurant, flames from which quickly raced up the side of the building and then rolled across the building’s false ceiling, Cattaraugus County Director of Emergency Services Chris Baker recently told the County Legi
Money pours into state Senate races as super PACs go on attack
ALBANY — John Flanagan, suit jacket off on an unseasonably warm fall day, was seated at the end of a conference room table. Laid out before him were stacks of paper that, viewed upside down, appeared to be of rows of people’s names next to their phone numbers.
More than just a change of clothes
¯ The guy is 85 years old now. Who’s the guy? At the age of 81, Ruth Rose had a sex change operation to become a woman. He is the oldest man in Britain to do so.
Chautauqua County man arrested on animal cruelty charges
David D. Hannold, 50, of Sherman, was charged with overdriving, torturing, and injuring animals; failing to provide proper sustenance and confinement of a companion animal in a vehicle.
Family Organizes A Breast Cancer Benefit For Mother
A Chinese auction, 50/50 raffle and Barrel of Booze raffle will help raise money for Kathy Nalbone as well. T-shirts, can coolers and key rings will also be sold. Admission to the benefit is $10 per person and $5 per child 12 years and younger. Donations and items for the Chinese auction are being a
Arrest made in Fredonia burglary
The Fredonia Police Department arrested Julio A. Quinones, 51, of Townsend Street on an arrest warrant issued by the village of Fredonia Court, pursuant to an investigation of a Burglary that occurred on Sept. 28 at Mancuso’s East Main Street Car Wash.