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4 hrs ago | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
All Audit and Control Committee members attended Thursday morning's meeting to add input to the county's proposed bailout plan for the village.
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9 hrs ago | WIVB-TV Buffalo
A Silver Creek woman is accused of having a dagger style knuckle knife with her Thursday night in Irving.
9 hrs ago | YourErie
The death of a 16 month old Chautauqua County girl is being investigated as a homicide by police in Jamestown, New York.
Several area fire departments responded to a fully engulfed structure fire at 3161 Moon Road shortly after 10:30 p.m. Thursday night.
Although snowmobile trails in New York state officially closed March 31, many trails in Western New York closed weeks earlier.
Sheriff Joe Gerace and Undersheriff Charles Holder attended the Public Safety Committee to discuss current efforts to implement training staff as emergency medical services providers.
More incentive for getting a regional water project up and running was discussed at Wednesday's Portland Town Council meeting.
Chautauqua County Sheriff Joseph Gerace is moving forward with plans to have his deputies certified as emergency medical technicians.
The Chautauqua County Historical Society will hold its 2014 annual meeting on April 26 at the Westfield Methodist Church in Westfield.
As part of The Resource Center's efforts toward implementing a more comprehensive, integrated approach to system transformation, Executive Director Paul Cesana has appointed Leanna Luka-Conley to the position of director of care coordination and behavioral services.
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Chautauqua County has reached a milestone in its 10th anniversary as an independent not-for-profit organization.
To assist an undergraduate student attending an accredited four-year school. Applicants must be a Chautauqua County high school or Eisenhower High School graduate.
Christine Schuyler, director of the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services, said she feels this is a result of a "winter fish kill."
Nicholas J. Coletta, 33, of Harborcreek, Pa., was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right Sunday at 1 a.m. Deputies stopped a vehicle on North Erie Street, and an investigation determined Coletta, the driver, was intoxicated, police said.
Within minutes, the lawn around SUNY Fredonia President Virginia Horvath's house went from decorated with a full palette of pastel dots, to clean green on Sunday afternoon.