Problem Solved by 100 Pilots

A Frank Talk with Southern Airways Express

Problem Solved by 100 Pilots

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut Last week the Jamestown Gazette sat down with Southern Airways executive, Chief Marketing Officer R. Keith Sisson and Airport Director Ron Almeter at the Chautauqua County Airport. The prospects for restoring reliable low-cost air travel – along with some highly innovative solutions – were on the docket. On The Hot […]

Memorial Ornaments Now Available

Memorial Ornaments Now Available

Article Contributed by Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care invites area residents to remember their loved ones this holiday season through its annual ‘Light A Life’ program. The Light A Life program includes special ways to memorialize loved ones who have passed including a Service of Remembrance and memorial ornaments. Keepsake […]

Nouveau Salon & Day Spa

Nouveau Salon & Day Spa

Article Contributed by Lisa Yaggie Relax! Take time for yourself! These sound like easy things to do but often we don’t follow this advice. Nouveau Salon & Day Spa, located in the 4th & Pine Professional building in downtown Jamestown, offers a full menu of beauty and spa treatments that allow you to enjoy some […]

Manufacturers, Start Your Motors!

Fueling the Engines of Local Economy

Manufacturers, Start Your Motors!

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut More than 450 manufacturers make up the backbone of today’s Southern Tier economy. Nearly one in five members of the regional workforce – one and a half times the average for New York State – are directly involved in industry, with nearly 10,000 in Chautauqua County alone. Keeping these businesses […]

Safe Ways to Trick-or-Treat

Safe Ways to Trick-or-Treat

Article Contributed by Metro Creative Graphics, Inc. What would Halloween be without trick-or-treating? For youngsters, so much of the fun of Halloween involves scouring the neighborhood with friends in search of candy. While children may have their eyes on the sweet prize, parents may be concerned about their little ones’ safety. The United States Census […]

Community Bank N.A. Branches Raise Nearly $10,000 to Support Hurricane Harvey Relief

Community Bank N.A. Branches Raise Nearly $10,000 to Support Hurricane Harvey Relief

Article Contributed by Community Bank N.A. Community Bank N.A. branches across Western and Central New York and the Finger Lakes region recently joined together to raise funds for the Red Cross to support victims of Hurricane Harvey. During September, the 63 participating branches held “Jeans Fridays” initiatives, asking employees to donate to the cause for […]

You Can Be a Hero this Halloween

You Can Be a Hero this Halloween

Article Contributed by Allegheny Creations It might surprise you how many children in low-income families have no books in their homes. Kids who are readers can achieve success and go for their dreams, but it is difficult to become a reader without having ready access to books. A person who helps a child become a […]

Rolling Hills Radio Announces 8th Season

Rolling Hills Radio Announces 8th Season

Article Contributed by Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Rolling Hills Radio will open its 8th season on Monday, October 30, at 6:30 p.m., at Shawbucks in Jamestown, New York. The show features Austin “Walkin’ Cane and Bess Greenberg. Austin “Walkin” Cane calls Cleveland home. He offers original, classic Delta Blues featuring slide guitar and soulful […]

National Women’s Small Business Owners Month

National Women’s Small Business Owners Month

Article Contributed by Walt Pickut The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) have announced that October has been designated as National Women’s Small Business Owners Month. Women business owners are a major driving force in this America’s economy, accounting for more than $1.5 trillion in business annually. Many of them are small business owners […]