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(11:25 AM) Sears To Close Lakewood Location Amid Bankruptcy
LAKEWOOD — Sears will close its Lakewood location as the company announced bankruptcy this morning. A list of the 142 Sears and additional Kmart stores that would close was announced, including the location at the Chautauqua Mall.It wasn’t immediately known when the local store will shut its doors.S
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.
Woman Reported Missing From Warren Assisted Living Facility
WARREN, Pa. — A search is underway for an 87-year-old female with severe dementia who is missing after leaving an assisted living facility Sunday evening in Warren, Pa.
Two-car crash Sunday in the city
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Report: Sears To File For Bankruptcy, Several Stores To Close
With the bankruptcy, about 150 of the company’s department stores could be closed, Reuters said late last week. The company has more than 700 stores across the country, including at the Chautauqua Mall in Lakewood.
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
$1 Million In Funding Available For New Farmers In New York State
Two New York State agencies have announced that more than $1 million in funding is now available to support new farmers throughout the state.Empire State Development and the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets say the funding is aimed at assisting early-stage farmers and is administ
State & Union: Turn Back the Clock
From the city in the grips of the Spanish influenza epidemic to honoring the blood of soldiers with donated pints locally, from all eyes on Jackie O’s upcoming marriage to a look at the next possible mayor of Olean, here’s a look back on the week that was 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago on this edition
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.
After Death Of Late Wife, Panama Man Pushes For More EMS Coverage
For almost two years, Munson said he has relived on a daily basis seeing his wife, Carol Doss Bergman, collapse and die in their cottage at Heritage Ministries in Gerry after waiting for more than 20 minutes for an ambulance to arrive. Though unsure if quicker intervention would have saved his wife,
Public urged to throw out raw milk from dairy implicated in Salmonella outbreak | Food Safety News
Retailers sold the unpasteurized, raw Pot ‘O Gold whole milk in half gallon glass containers. At least 16 stores in the Bear Lake, PA, area sold it, according to state officials.
Fire kills family dogs, destroys home
Mill Village, Pa - Reports of a mobile home engulfed in flames came in just before Noon Sunday morning. No one was home at the time the fire broke out, other than the family's dogs. We're told that sadly, they did not survive the blaze. The home is a complete loss. The cause of the fire is
Matchups set for Section VI football playoffs, Funke bowls
West Seneca West is the top seed in Class A, Albion in Class B, and Southwestern and Cleveland Hill in Class C.
Jamestown Needs Laws Changed, Not Money, To Relieve Financial Stress
We believe the city’s elected officials. After all, a city that is in no fiscal stress wouldn’t be at the state’s constitutional tax limit, nor would it be sweating over a pending state Public Employee Relations Board and the raises they are likely to give to the city’s police officers. A city that
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
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
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
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.
Sugar Grove man to be sentenced next week after showing up drunk in court
Jason D. Slater, 36, was before Judge Gregory Hammond Friday morning on two separate dockets, both for charges of DUI.
Jamestown woman charged with drug possession
GERRY — On Oct. 5 Troopers pulled over a vehicle on Route 60 in Gerry for a traffic violation. The driver was identified as Christina Guinnane, 39, of Jamestown. During questioning police claimed to have noticed an odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. A search allegedly revealed a bag conta