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In 1914, fire this forenoon in Jamestown called the auto chemical wagon to 22 Chapman St. where a small garage standing beside and adjoining the house owned and occupied by Nels Olson, was found ablaze.
A Jamestown man turned himself into police Wednesday morning on two outstanding warrants stemming from a multi-agency drug bust April 2. Cesar L. Soto, 36, was not at his 20 Willis St. residence when SWAT personnel and investigators raided it earlier this month.
To assist an undergraduate student attending an accredited four-year school. Applicants must be a Chautauqua County high school or Eisenhower High School graduate.
The fire that nearly destroyed a home at 24 Cutting St. on Sunday was caused by a "spontaneous combustion" of linseed oil, according to the Jamestown Fire Department.
The armed suspect involved in the robbery of the East Second Street 7-Eleven on April 1 is still at large, according to Jamestown Police.
The recent decision by ConAgra to shut down its Carriage House plants in Dunkirk and Fredonia, resulting in the loss of over 400 local jobs, reveals once again how decisions made in distant places can have a significant impact on the local economy.
La passeggiata is an Italian term for a stroll and it is a traditional act by Italians to take walks after work in the evening.
A Jamestown man was able to save his home from being engulfed by flames Sunday afternoon.
In 1914, the four gunmen convicted of the murder of Herman Rosenthal, died in the electric chair at Sing Sing prison at the break of dawn this Easter Monday.
It is a depressing sign of the times that the New York State Unified Court System feels it is necessary to have a second full-time judge in Jamestown City Court.
TOPS NY 721 Jamestown members met on March 20. Linda Pompilio was the TOPS best loser and Carol Kirkpatrick received free dues.
A Monday meeting of the State Assembly's Codes Committee left many disappointed after bills to amend Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act were rejected.
When Jay Leno takes the stage for Lucy Fest at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena it will be a first for the annual event.
Mark S. Sonner and Christopher M. Rhinehart recently joined the firm, Buffamante Whipple Buttafaro, P.C., as staff accountants in the firm's Jamestown and Orchard Park offices, according to Jack Whipple, CPA, managing partner of the firm.