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(9:34 AM) Court Accepts Not Responsible By Reason Of Mental Disease Or Defect Plea In Jamestown Killing Case
MAYVILLE — Brian Korzeniewski, 52, of Jamestown has entered a plea of not responsible by reason of mental disease or defect in Chautauqua County Court.
Jamestown man takes plea in friend's death
Investigators says Brian Korzeniewski, 52, entered a plea of 'Not Responsible By Reason of Mental Disease or Defect' in court on Thursday.
Psychiatrists: Jamestown man charged with murder didn't fully understand his actions
Brian Korzeniewski, 52, was charged with killing Michael Bull on 6th St. Prosecutors say this happened sometime last year between August 17 and 19.
Car Enthusiast Line The Streets For The Jamestown Cruise-In
However, when you make the journey in a roadster, muscle car or classic automobile, you’re doing it with style.
Brad Bentley to Serve as Director of Chautauqua County Department of Public Facilities
Bentley’s career spans over 25 years working for public utilities throughout the United States and most recently theJamestown Urban Renewal Agency. His work experience includes both management and engineering positions while working forAmerican Electric Powerin Columbus, Ohio;GridAmericain Clevelan
For the good of Chautauqua Lake
“We are happy to be able to support the CLA again this year. Their work is essential to Chautauqua Lake. Their persistent efforts support the economy and our mission to better Chautauqua Lake,”said Mark Damon, CLFA President. To date, the CLFA has donated just shy of $60,000 toward lake maintenance.
100+mph Power Boat Race in Dunkirk this weekend
Dunkirk held airshows the past two summers that drew tens-of-thousands of people. It is hoped the powerboat races, which feature million-dollar boats from across the country, will also draw big crowds.
County leads way in closed-door actions
Normally, these sessions are held among party members outside of the public’s view to strategize and discuss nominations of party candidates for offices in a coming election. With the Democrats holding the majority, Mayor Athanasia Landis, Trustees James Lynden, Kara Christina and Michael Barris hol
Jamestown man faces multiple charges after domestic disputes
Police said that an investigation determined that David M. Paulson, 37, had used force to prevent a woman from leaving the house on two occasions that day and had choked her during the earlier incident.
Chautauqua County is looking for foster parents
Chautauqua County is looking for foster parents, and will hold an open house for prospective parents from 4 to 6 p.m. Aug. 23 in Park United Methodist Church, 25 Maple Ave., Cassadaga.
Police, S.W.A.T. team surround Erie home
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Traffic stop leads to marijuana, drug charges
State Police at Jamestown charged Casey Clark, 38, with two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, possessing a controlled substance in a non-original container, unlawful possession of marijuana and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.
Jamestown man charged with intent to deliver
Photo submitted to Times Observer City of Warren Police seized 126 grams of marijuana, cash, and a digital scale, Tuesday during a traffic stop that led to the arrest of a Jamestown, N.Y., man.
New line of canned cocktails introduced by Southern Tier Distilling Company
Just in time for tailgate season (and for us non-beer drinkers),Southern Tier Distilling Companyhas introduced a new canned cocktail line made from its craft spirits. And if the name sounds familiar, yes, the distillery is an offshoot ofSouthern Tier Brewinglocated in Lakewood, along Chautauqua Lake
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.
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.
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.
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.
(10:45 AM) Overnight Police Blotter
• DUNKIRK — Jason E. Lack, 37, of Dunkirk was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief. Deputies responded to a home in the town of Dunkirk on Monday for a disorderly male. Deputies found that Lack had thrown a TV remote at a TV, which caused it to break he had no right to destroy. He was remand
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