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(10:37 AM) Jamestown Man Charged After Running From Lakewood-Busti Police
Ross J. Cali Jr., 54, of 3050 Riverside Road, Jamestown, was charged with second-degree assault, second-degree criminal mischief, criminal possession of a weapon, third-degree menacing, all from his arrest warrant, and additionally charged with resisting arrest and obstruction of governmental admini
Sinclairville woman charged with striking man with open car door
Stephanie Frank, 36, of Sinclairville, was charged Monday with second degree reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of a child.
Ten guilty pleas entered in court Monday afternoon
¯ Christopher L. Amadiak, Pittsfield, to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense, driving on right side of roadway and driving on roadways laned for traffic. Charges of DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving – second offense and restriction on alcoholic beverages were not prosecute
Chautauqua Institution Files Lawsuit Against State DEC, Town of Ellery in Regard to Herbicide Use on Chautauqua Lake
Native plants help filter out phosphorus and nitrogen, the two main nutrients that can pollute the lake. But with the application of herbicides to control invasive weeds, Institution officials fear the native plants were also impacted, causing a rise in the algal blooms.
Warren County Woman Dies In Crash With Tractor
Pennsylvania State Police report Travis Larson, 37, of Warren, Pa., was driving the tractor westbound near the top of a hill on Route 957 at 9:34 p.m. when the sedan, which was driving eastbound, allegedly crossed over the center line and hit the tractor.
Thrown TV remote control results in criminal charge for Dunkirk man
Jason E. Lack of Dunkirk was charged with criminal mischief (fourth degree) Monday after throwing a remote at a television, causing the TV to break, according to the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office.
Bemus Point restaurant gets world record for number of wings sold in 24 hours
Village Casino sold 40,000 wings over the weekend of August 11-12, giving the establishment a Guinness record.
Falconer Officials Provide Update on Debris Removal from 2017 Fire
“We went through the court process last week and and go the property encumbered to the extent where I think we’re almost ready to get a shovel down. Once the shovel is in the ground I just don’t want to have to stop for something that just wasn’t done correctly or we forgot to dot an ‘i’ or cross a
Jamestown Pair Arrested on Illegal Gun, Drug Charges Following Traffic Stop
Daniel McKay and Kaylyn BarlowJAMESTOWN – Two Jamestown residents were charged late last week after police recovered a loaded and defaced pistol, methamphetamine and fake $100 bills.Jamestown policewere patrolling the north side of the city when they saw a vehicle with a loud muffler driving through
Boat race festivities begin this week
While speed boats race all around the U.S., they usually compete along the east coast. The boats have raced in Lake Erie before, however, as they competed in the Mentor Offshore Grand Prix at Headlands Beach State Park in Ohio last month.
Two Arrested in Jamestown, New York for Loaded Gun, Drugs and Fake Cash
Two people have been arrested in Jamestown, New York as part of a targeted patrol operation that got a loaded pistol, meth and fake $100 bills off the streets.
Village Casino attempting to break chicken wing record
The Village Casino set the Guinness World Record for most wings served in a 24-hour period back in 1982 when they served 30,000 wings, and they were selected this year to break their record.
Jamestown man arrested on assault charge
Stephen Graham, 39, was arrested by troopers Tuesday in a parking lot of a business in Celoron following the dispute, State Police said.
4-H meat animal sale held during Chautauqua County Fair
Local businesses and 4-H supporters were out in full force. A total of 161 animals were sold at this annual event with 13 animals donated back from buyers. The profits of the re-selling of the animals go to a charity of the buyer’s choice. Youth can also choose to donate a portion of their sales to
100 containers of cocaine found in Salamanca apartment
The Salamanca Police Department announced Friday that Jason J. Nevares, 35, of 65 Broad St., Salamanca, was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a class B felony, and second-degree criminal use of drug paraphernalia, a class A misdemeanor,
Reed's double leads Hickory to 2-1 win over Lakewood
HICKORY, N.C. (AP) -- Tyreque Reed hit a run-scoring double in the eighth inning, leading the Hickory Crawdads to a 2-1 win over the Lakewood BlueClaws on Saturday.
Forestville Woman Charged with Stabbing, Hitting Two People
NEWSForestville Woman Charged with Stabbing, Hitting Two PeopleSharlene Downey, 27, is charged with criminal possession of a weapon, criminal contempt, assault, criminal mischief, and harassment after allegedly attacking two people Saturday.
Corry man taken to hospital after house explodes
Police said that a victim, 68-year-old Kenneth S. Bernhard, Corry, “was inside the structure at the time of the explosion.
(2:12 PM) Loaded Gun, Fake Currency Found In Traffic Stop In Jamestown
According to a police report, officers were patrolling the north side of Jamestown when they saw a vehicle with a loud muffler driving through the area. Officers pulled the vehicle over and found Daniel R. McKay, 24, a current New York state parolee, and Kaylyn N. Barlow, 22, both of Jamestown. Poli
Metro Mattress Eyes Lakewood Location
The Lakewood Village Planning Board will discuss at its next meeting a site plan review from Olympus Brokerage Co. Ltd. of Camillus, N.Y., for its proposed Metro Mattress location at 347 E. Fairmount Ave. The site, currently an empty lot, was once home to the Bagel Company in Lakewood.