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They’re Calling This Julia Roberts Headline ‘The World’s Most Unfortunate Typo’ [Image]
Over the years, Julia Roberts will have read thousands of headlines about her – some favourable, and others less so. I’m not sure she will ever have read one quite like the effort from the Post-Journal newspaper out of Jamestown, New York, though, which was supposed to focus on how she’s enjoying a
Rare red deer shot by teenage hunter in Cattaraugus County
The state Department of Environmental Conservation confirmed a 16-year-old girl in Franklinville shot a nonnative red deer while hunting in late November. The girl's family reported the shooting to authorities Nov. 23.
Salamanca murder suspect in custody in Nevada
A 22-year-old man wanted on a murder charge in Cattaraugus County is in police custody in the Las Vegas area, awaiting extradition to Western New York, according to the county Sheriff's Office.
1 dead, 1 arrested following weekend stabbing in Salamanca
SALAMANCA — A fatal stabbing over the weekend in the city of Salamanca has resulted in the death of one man and the arrest of a suspect more than 2,000 miles away in the Las Vegas area, authorities announced Monday.
Cattaraugus County drug raid nets one arrest
A South Dayton woman was arrested on a felony count of possessing crystal methamphetamine after the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force raided her home Thursday night. Laurie Newcomb, 41, of Pine Street, was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal use
Celebrate a ‘Country Christmas’ in Randolph, Nov. 30-Dec. 2
RANDOLPH — Celebrate the season at Randolph’s “Country Christmas” when the community gathers to enjoy holiday activities throughout the weekend, Nov. 30 to Dec. 2.
Gas prices may keep dropping in January
IRVING, NY (WIVB)- Gasoline prices have been steadily dropping for several weeks, but it seems most evident on the Cattaraugus Reservation, in Irving, NY, where Catt-Rez Enterprises was selling gas for $1.67 a gallon Tuesday.
Five people injured in Cattaraugus crash
Five people were hospitalized in an evening crash Monday on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation. The Erie County Sheriff's Department says two vehicles collided head-on along Route 438 just after 8 p.m.
Police arrest suspect 2,000 miles away from Salamanca fatal stabbing
SALAMANCA, N.Y. (WKBW) - Police have arrested one suspect miles from where a fatal stabbing happened over the weekend. The body of 22-year-old Juwaan Holt was found in Salamanca around Broad Street and Pimlico Avenue Saturday morning.
Fredonia officer fatally shoots knife-wielding man, says officer's lawyer
A Fredonia police officer Monday afternoon fatally shot a man holding a knife and who refused to stop advancing on the officer, said an attorney hired by the village police union.
Jamestown, NY’s Post-Journal sees “Julia Roberts finds life and her holes get better with age” headline go viral
We do enjoy a good newspaper headline mistake around here, from “analize the analytics” to “Iowa wary of Frazier” to Packers’ center Ringo Starr to Aaron/Keith Hernandez to “Jack off to promising start.” And the latest one comes from the Jamestown, New York Post-Journal, which ran a headline (for an
Jamestown man jailed for allegedly assaulting a woman
HANOVER — A Jamestown man has been jailed for allegedly assaulting a woman Sunday night, sending her to the hospital. According to the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office, around 11 p.m. deputies were called to an address in the town of Hanover for a physical altercation. It is alleged that Kenneth M
Dunkirk, Randolph Advance In Westfield; Silver Creek, Cassadaga Valley Prevail At Hae Jude
WESTFIELD — Dunkirk proved even a deficit on the road in Westfield couldn’t stop this year’s team, as the Marauders came from behind to beat Westfield/Brocton, 64-50, in the opening round of the Westfield Tip-Off Tournament.
Springville man cited for DWI after one-car crash in Ashford
A 57-year-old Springville man was arrested and charged with drunken driving after a car crash in the Town of Ashford. Cattaraugus County sheriff's deputies said James M. Mansfield was cited for driving while intoxicated following a one-car accident at 6:28 p.m. Friday on Thornwood Drive. He was arra
City Police Arrest One Person, Seek Second Suspect in Meadville, PA Shooting Incident
JAMESTOWN – Jamestown police have found one of the two Jamestown residents suspected of a recent shooting in Meadville, Pa. Jamestown Police Captain Robert Samuelson said 40-year-old Michelle Sugden-Rosario was taken into custody by police Thursday following a traffic stop in Jamestown. It was deter
Recently Resigned JHS Teacher Receives $15,000 in Severance Pay
JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown High School teacher who resigned at the end of November has reportedly received a severance pay of more than $15,000 from the school district. The Jamestown Post-Journal says the Jamestown School Board agreed to pay teacher Scott Lumia the equivalent of two month’s pay – to
Six arrested in Gowanda drug bust
GOWANDA — An ongoing investigation between the Southern Tier Drug Task Force and Gowanda Police Department culminated in the execution of a search warrant at 24 Allen St. in Gowanda on Thursday.
Prepare for the holidays during these weekend events
Enjoy the quaint beauty of the holiday wonderland that winter brings to the region during hometown events for every age this weekend. A Dickens Christmas will be held from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. today at the Marilyn Horne Museum and Exhibit Center. Costumed carolers will roam the hall performing tradi
Sinclairville man charged in attempted car wash theft
LAKEWOOD — A Sinclairville man is in trouble with the law after breaking into change machines at a local car wash. Lakewood-Busti police report Merle C. Smith, 37, of 3109 Old Chautauqua Road, was seen by officers attempting to take change at East Fairmount Avenue. He was charged with third-degree c
Prendergast Library to hold free Gingerbread Workshop
JAMESTOWN — The holidays are coming to the library! The library will host a free Gingerbread Workshop in the makerspace on Dec. 20, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. This is a drop-in event — stop by when it’s convenient for you.