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Mallery Rockwell

Mallery Rockwell
Mallery Rockwell recently graduated from Ithaca College where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism. She is very excited to intern for the Jamestown Gazette through the CAP program and pursue her career as a writer. She loves spending time outdoors and traveling when she gets the chance. She always looks forward to meeting people through her work and is happy to share her stories with the community.


Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell “I can make a panini from scratch in about eight minutes and it’s done,” said Jim Weaver, owner and manager of...

Jamestown Area Community Orchestra

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell “Never ever underestimate the power of music,” said Andrew “Andy” Coccagnia, orchestral conductor and director for Jamestown Area Community Orchestra (JACO)....

Ye Olde Ed-N-Jen’s Busti’s Tap House

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Friends and family gathered September 22 at 792 Busti-Sugar Grove Road for the grand opening of Ye Olde Ed-N-Jen’s Busti’s Tap...

Jamestown Business Expo

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell The 2nd annual Jamestown Business Expo is slated for October 5 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. This exciting business event...

Urban Spin Raises Money for Hurricane Relief

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Spinning regulars invite those who have never stepped foot on a bike to put on their best '90s getup and support...

Jamestown’s Sprout Film Festival

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell The Sprout Film Festival comes to Jamestown 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, located at...

Sisters Restaurant

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Sisters Restaurant was first recognized as the Enterprise Drive-in in 1955, before sisters Esther Little and Jane Spiesman turned it into...

Listening Rooms: Jamestown’s Newest Music Scene

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell No clinking of glasses, no chatter about the cute guy at the bar. Just music. Over recent years, ‘listening rooms’ have...

Straight Fermentations

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Straight Fermentations staged its grand opening on August 18 at 104 Chautauqua Avenue in Lakewood. John Straight and Steve Spears are...

Jamestown Lions: 95 Years Following Their Vision

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell This year marks the 95th anniversary of the Jamestown Lions Club and the 100th year anniversary of the Lions Club International....

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Week of January 20, 2020

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Recent Articles

(L to R) Ian Eastman, Exchange Coordinator for Evergreen Health, examines a new Narcan kit with Steve Kilburn. About 80 percent of all kits are actually used to treat overdoses in Chautauqua County.

A Life in Your Hands

A generation ago ordinary citizens started learning CPR and regular folks started saving lives. For this generation, it’s free Narcan kits that are saving lives...
Contributing Writer Pastor Scott Hannon

Faith Matters: Rude

1940 Jamestown Falcons at Allen Park.

JCB Journal: 1940