New Ramp Makes History More Accessible

December 12, 2019 Justin Gould 0

JAMESTOWN – Jamestown’s Fenton History Center is now more accessible. On Thursday, museum and city officials unveiled a new handicap entrance at the facility. Funded through a Community Development Block Grant, Center Director Noah Goodling

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Shooting Victim’s Wife Speaks Out

December 9, 2019 Justin Gould 1

JAMESTOWN – The wife of a man shot during a dispute at a Jamestown bar last month is speaking out. Erica Neubauer, the wife of Tony Neubauer, says the last week has been very difficult


Fire Causes Shutdown Of County Landfill

December 7, 2019 Justin Gould 0

MAYVILLE – Acting Chautauqua County Executive Stephen Abdella says a fire Friday night in the engine room at the County Landfill’s power plant temporarily disabled the plant’s operations, although one engine has now been restarted.   Two more engines are expected to be restarted later today or tomorrow.  


Packing Home For The Holidays

December 7, 2019 Justin Gould 0

FLUVANNA – The community came together Saturday to package gifts and needed supplies for service men and women overseas. The annual effort, hosted by the Blue Star Mothers group in Chautauqua County, aims to fill


100-year-old WWII Vet Celebrates Birthday

November 30, 2019 Justin Gould 0

DUNKIRK – A 100-year-old World War II Veteran celebrated his 107th Birthday Friday at the Chautauqua Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Dunkirk. New York State Senator George Borrello says Bill Bannister served in the Navy