• The COVID-19 things you CAN STILL do in Chautauqua County
    As long as you remain in good health, maintain social distancing, good hygiene, and common sense, there’s still a lot of things to do in Chautauqua County. Detach from the screen, get off the couch, and to the best of your abilities, see this as an opportunity to shake ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • Message From Rolling Hills Radio
    Dear Rolling Hills Readers, It will come as no surprise to any of you that the taping of Rolling Hills Episodes 97 and 98, scheduled for March 30 and April 27 are cancelled. We tentatively made the decision some time ago but held out some small hope. Our mayor wisely ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • Join Me in the Kitchen: Friendship Tea
    Well friends, we are enduring a time in our lives that we have never seen before. Turning on the evening news is an endeavor that is not for the faint of heart. Every news cycle brings another round of restrictions. As I write this missive, we are waiting to hear ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • Faith Matters: Communing in the Quarantine
    This Christmas we bought our children tablets. This March, I took them away. It wasn’t because our children were abusing them. With the restrictions we set up, that was hardly possible. Still, in 8 weeks I am certain I saw a change in their personality. Chances are some of that ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • In Loving Memory: Week of 3-23-2020
    March 10 Arlene Clinger (McLaughlin), 88 of PennsylvaniaNelson Funeral HomeMarch 11 Jean A. Anderson Valone, 92 of PennsylvaniaDonald E Lewis Funeral Home Otto Chadwick, 61, of JamestownHubert Funeral HomeMarch 12 Donald William Goodwill, 86, formerly of CorryBracken Funeral Home Irene Marshall, 81 of New YorkFreay Funeral Home Ruth Olmstead, 91 ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • Community Shows Strength in its Adaptability During Uncertain Time
    During the bubonic plague of 1665, Sir Issac Newton was one of many individuals who went into ‘self-isolation’, or what is being commonly referred to today as social distancing. It was during this time period in which Newton, inspired by witnessing an apple falling from his garden tree, developed the ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • Week of March 23, 2020
    Published on 2020-03-23
  • Message From the Jamestown Gazette
    Message to our Readers and Advertisers, The Jamestown Gazette is not going anywhere because of Covid-19. In fact, we will continue to be a vital link between our readers, the communities we serve, and our advertisers who remain ready to serve you. The Jamestown Gazette’s first issue was April 11, ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-22
  • Around Town: Week of 3-16-2020
    The post Around Town: Week of 3-16-2020 appeared first on . ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Church Partnership Creates Tasty Venture
    Last fall, Jamestown’s First Presbyterian Church and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church began an innovative joint youth group, welcoming fifth through 12th graders regardless of school district, faith background (or none at all), gender identity or sexual orientation. The new group is called the “SLY PYG,” combining the acronyms of the ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • JCB Journal: 1948
    The 2-year run of the Jamestown Falcons as PONY League regular season champions ended in 1948 as they were edged out by Lockport. But the “Falks” did have the league’s batting champ, Pat Haggerty, with a .369 average. National Football League fans will recognize the name Pat Haggerty. He was ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Long-Time Westfield Memorial Hospital Associate Susie Gambino Says Goodbye After 46 Years
    Westfield Memorial Hospital said a final goodbye to one of their most loved employees Thursday afternoon. Susie Gambino is leaving her position as Purchasing Clerk at Westfield Memorial Hospital after 46 years. “I have enjoyed working at our community hospital,” Gambino said. “What I will miss the most is the ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Women in History Trivia
    The post Women in History Trivia appeared first on . ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Registration for Prendergast Library Run for Literacy now open
    Prendergast Library continues its fundraising efforts with the 14th annual Run for Literacy. The 5K run and walk is on Saturday May 9, with registration and packet pick-up from 8:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. The race starts at 9:00 a.m. with walkers starting shortly after. Registration costs $20, and can ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • The Struggle for Women’s Rights
    Congress designated March as Women’s History month in 1987. What does that mean? It means we remember, celebrate and learn from the women who fought for the rights we take for granted. Rights like owning property, having our own credit cards, custody of our children, access to legal contraception, safe ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • The Everyday Hunter – Watching for the Wrong Bird
    Are you looking for signs of spring? Punxsutawney Phil’s forecast disappoints us repeatedly. Crocus flowers sticking their heads up are a delight to the eyes, but they get buried by snow every year, and sometimes lots of it. And those of us who look for robins to herald the coming ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • PenNY Coin Show, Sunday, March 22, at Celoron American Legion
    Do you have coins you want to sell or trade or just learn their value? Or would you like to buy some coins to add to your collection? Then you won’t want to miss the PenNY Coin Show on Sunday, March 22, 2020, 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the Celoron American ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • 2020 RUSSIAN DINNER Saturday, March 28, 6PM
    The 2020 RUSSIAN DINNER will take place Saturday, March 28, 6PM, at Levant Wesleyan Church in Falconer, New York. This year’s fundraiser-dinner will feature Russian Fairy Tales, and authentic foods from various regions. Proceeds will assist with travel expenses for the Russian teachers participating in the Perm Mission Network exchange. ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Brooklyn Square Medical Men
    Several well-known medical professionals whose practices were located in or along the periphery of Brooklyn Square shared a common heritage and origin: Italy. Dr. Vincent Castile came to Buffalo from Italy in 1909. After attending and graduating from the University of Buffalo Dental School in 1918, he arrived in Jamestown ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • New Flyer of America in Partnership with TDC Launches its National Community Benefits Framework; Establishes New Model of Local Support for People and Communities
    Pioneering CBF augments workforce development, recruitment, training, and retention initiatives to strengthen its mission to grow a diverse workforce New Flyer of America Inc. (“New Flyer”), a subsidiary of NFI Group Inc. (“NFI”), one of the world’s leading independent global bus manufacturers, today announced that in partnership with the Transportation ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Spring Equinox Workshop at Audubon, Saturday, March 21
    You are invited to Audubon Community Nature Center for The Balance of Spring, to bring in news beginnings together as a community. Karen Hansen of the Samsara Yoga Center will lead this spring equinox workshop on Saturday, March 21, 2020, 1:30-4 p.m. The spring equinox has long been celebrated as ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Faith Matters: Love
    Like it or not… Believe it or not… Agree with it or not… COVID-19 aka Coronavirus has reminded us that we are all in this together. When it comes to our health, safety, and livelihood, humanity is intricately and inexplicably tied together… to the point that there are no points ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • In Loving Memory: Week of 3-16-2020
    March 2 Joseph Campman, 34 of WarrenPeterson-Blick Funeral Home Paul F. DeLand, 50 of New YorkMorse Funeral Home Pamala Jones, of YoungsvilleNelson Funeral Home March 4 Alison E Fish, 20 of JamestownHubert Funeral Home Larry L. Luce, 83 of YoungsvillePeterson Funeral Home March 5 Dorothy R. Cochrane, 65 of New ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Yell! gently…
    Contributing Editor Walt PickutIf you see something, say something. That simple phrase became the unofficial slogan of America after the Twin Towers came down in New York City. On the very next day, September 12, 2001, an advertising executive named Allen Kay came up with those words while trying ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Christine Schuyler COVID-19 Situational Awareness
    – I’d like to take a moment to address some of the recent developments surrounding the Novel Coronavirus pandemic. The health and well-being of Chautauqua County residents is our utmost priority. While there is need for concern and preparedness; there is no need for panic. There are no confirmed cases ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • COVID-19: Guidance and Safety Tips
    As of March 12, 2020 What is the guidance on personal hygiene? • Wash your hands. Wash your hands. Wash your hands. o Wash with soap and water for at least 20 seconds (sing the “happy birthday” song to yourself twice slowly). o If soap and water are not available, ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Opera House to Present the Bolshoi Ballet’s Swan Lake‘
    The 1891 Fredonia Opera House will present one of the world’s greatest ballet companies – the Bolshoi Ballet – performing Swan Lake on Sat., Mar. 21, at 1 p.m. It will be presented in high definition, captured live via satellite from the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, as part of the ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Community Connectedness Supports Child Advocacy Program With ‘Diamond Dinner’
    The Child Advocacy Program (CAP) in Chautauqua County is truly a ‘shining’ example of what a community can accomplish when coming together. In 2007 former District Attorney David Foley, applied for a grant that would provide significant funding for a cause within the county: supporting a dedicated team in advocating ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Week of March 16, 2020
    Published on 2020-03-16
  • Around Town: Week of 3-9-2020
    The post Around Town: Week of 3-9-2020 appeared first on . ... read more
    Published on 2020-03-10

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