Businesses on Jamestown's East Side and in the village of Falconer will now be able to take advantage of new data and voice services offered by DFT Communications as it expands its fiber-optic network in the area.
Farley, a recent SUNY Fredonia graduate in environmental science, is the Gleaning Project Coordinator for Chautauqua County Rural Ministry.
Jamestown Police drug investigators have 59 marijuana plants in custody, but are still seeking the man they believe to be responsible for growing them.
Ryder was arraigned on charges that included two counts of burglary, two counts of petit larceny and two counts of possession of stolen property.
Over the course of two days, 14 area schools participated in 4-H's Conservation Field Days at the Lake Chautauqua Lutheran Center.
The Cub Scouts of Fredonia Pack 267 and the Boy Scouts of Fredonia Troop 267 together collected and delivered more than 705 lbs.
It is a time of transition for Jamestown Community College. Not only is the Gregory DeCinque presidential era concluding after 19 years, but the leader at the Dunkirk site also will be retiring at the end of this month.
Difficult times are falling on two hospitals in the southern tier. Dozens of workers will soon be without a job.
A motorcycle struck a deer on Route 60 in the Town of Charlotte early Thursday morning.
A city man has been remanded to Chautauqua County Jail following a weeks-long investigation by the Jamestown Police Department, city drug enforcement unit and State Police.
The Falconer Lady Falcons hosted their ninth annual Hoops for Hospice against the Southwestern Lady Trojans, raising $2,100. The event benefits Hospice Chautauqua County, which provides end-of-life care for county residents.
The schedule for the third annual Chautauqua in June Learning Festival, May 31-June 16 now includes introductory workshops in growing hops and identifying wild edibles.
A one-car accident left one person dead in the town of Pomfret Tuesday evening. The Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office and Fredonia Fire Department responded to a fatal accident that occurred on Chestnut Street near the Thruway bridge around 10 p.m. where an SUV collided with a telephone pole.
Attorney John Nuchereno stunned many when he said Williams - the man accused of infecting 11 Chautauqua County women with HIV - never had the virus during a State Supreme Court hearing in Erie County.