Sexual Abuse Charges Dropped

Apr
17

MAYVILLE - The Randolph school bus driver accused of inappropriate relations with a juvenile male last year had every sexual abuse charge against him dropped Wednesday, but pleaded guilty to endangering the welfare of a child.

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Corrections Officer Faces Sex Charges

Apr
17

MAYVILLE - A corrections officer with the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office has been charged after allegedly having sexual contact with a female inmate.

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Sexual Abuse Charges Dropped For Former Randolph Bus Driver

Apr
16

MAYVILLE - The Randolph bus driver accused of sexually abusing a juvenile male last year had every sexual abuse charge against him dropped Wednesday.
According to David Foley, Chautauqua County District Attorney, John .

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Judge Rejects SAFE Act Challenge

Apr
16

ALBANY (AP) - A trial-level judge in Albany has ruled that New York's new gun law does not violate the Second Amendment.

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County Corrections Officer Charged Over Sexual Contact With Inmate

Apr
16

MAYVILLE - A corrections officer with the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office was charged after allegedly having sexual contact with a female inmate.

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Jamestown Man Turns Himself In Following Multi-Agency Drug Bust

Apr
16

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.

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IDA To Hold Start-Up NY Event

Apr
16

New businesses seeking information about Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Start-Up NY initiative will have the opportunity to have their questions answered by local representatives at the end of the mont.

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Taxed Enough Already

Apr
16

Chilly weather didn't stop the Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots from bringing the heat against the Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday in downtown Jamestown.

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Library Board To Discuss Murals Thursday

Apr
16

The fate of the two murals hanging at the James Prendergast Library is still up in the air.
The good news is an art preservationist, asked to look at the murals painted by David L. Lawrence in 1963, has said they can be saved.

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Fried About Fish

Apr
16

BEMUS POINT - The Department of Environmental Conservation has a solution for those sick of dead fish on Chautauqua Lake's shores - take them to the landfill.
Hundreds of dead fish have washed up on the shores since Friday.

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