Financial Cents: Women Need Life Insurance Too

By Miller Hall Financial Professionals Life insurance pays off mortgages, funds college education, provides for retirement and gives the money necessary for an unlimited list of expenses. In short, with life insurance the surviving spouse is likely not to have to sell the family home or have their standard of living negatively altered. A man […]

Lisciandro’s Restaurant Celebrates Six Decades of Home Town Cooking

JAMESTOWN – The NRA forecasts that the business will top $200 billion in 2012. That’s the other NRA, the National Restaurant Association, and they predict it will be the “Table Service” restaurants that hit that mark… $6 billion more than last year. Sam Lisciandro and his wife Beatrice opened their own table service restaurant at […]

Cash Mob Heads to Craftworld and Action Hobbies on July 31

JAMESTOWN – Craftworld and Action Hobbies, located at 509 West Third Street in downtown Jamestown, will be the next location for a downtown cash mob.  Cash mobs, new and innovative marketing events, have proven to be successful in promoting and generating revenue and increased interest for some of Jamestown’s small businesses. Everyone is invited to […]

Sandberg Kessler Architecture and Engineering, P.C. Announce Project Engineer

JAMESTOWN – Sandberg Kessler Architecture & Engineering, P.C. announces the promotion of Jeffrey S. Nagle to the position of Project Engineer. Having successfully completed the Professional Engineering Exam, he has received professional registration in New York State. As a Project Engineer, he will move into a leadership role in the firm’s mechanical / electrical engineering […]

Global Business in our Own Backyard: JBC Bachelor Degree Students Tour TitanX

JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Business College (JBC) students recently left the walls of their classroom behind to tour TitanX, an international supplier of medium and heavy duty diesel engine cooling solutions. As part of the visit, students from JBC’s Global Business Perspectives class received a first-hand look into how a Jamestown-based plant conducts business across national […]

The Final Stanza of Chautauqua Music

JAMESTOWN – With the closing of Chautauqua Music at the end of the month, it is appropriate to take a brief look at the influence it had on our community. We recall the original location on 2nd and Main: the big gold letters announcing its presence and the gold record with a music note over […]

JCC Announces STEM Camp for Kids

JAMESTOWN – Registrations are still being accepted for Jamestown Community College’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Camp for youths ages 10-14. The program, which is supported by a grant from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, will be held from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. August 13-16. The Dream It, Do It program through the Chautauqua Chamber […]

Forte Receives Award from Jamestown Chamber

“It’s the people.  The relationships we’ve fostered over the years have made this business special.  I love food and people.” Those are the words of Peggy Kaltenmeier, owner of Forte The Restaurant at 114 East Third Street, in Jamestown. Ms. Kaltenmeier was recently presented with the Community Pride Award from the Jamestown Community Chamber of […]

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