United Arts Appeal 2012 Grant Winners Announced

United Arts Appeal 2012 Grant Winners Announced Jamestown, NY –The United Arts Appeal has announced the recipients of its 2012 Projects Pool Grant Program awards to Chautauqua County non-profit organizations and individual artists. In making the announcement, UAA President Rick Davis noted, “The United Arts Appeal awards grants for career development and artistic projects that […]

Alzheimer’s Association Offers Legal and Financial Seminars

The Alzheimer’s Association, Western New York Chapter is offering two seminars on legal and financial issues as they relate to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.  Both seminars will be held at Comfort Today, 17 Gifford Street, Jamestown, NY.  The Legal Issues seminar will be on Mon., April 23, from 3 – 4:30 p.m.  The Financial […]

Alexander Promoted To Manager

Alexander Promoted to Manager   Mr. Alexander is a 2004 cum laude graduate of Mercyhurst College with a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting.  He joined the firm as a Staff Accountant in November 2004 and became a Certified Public Accountant in February 2007. Mr. Alexander performs and supervises audit engagements for not-for-profit and governmental organizations, manufacturing […]

Street Jam Basketball Tournament Returning To Jamestown June 2-3

  The tradition of outdoor basketball will return for the 16th straight year when The Resource Center presents the Street JAM three-on-three tournament the weekend of June 2-3 on the streets of downtown Jamestown. Registration for the event has begun, and teams can enjoy a discounted registration fee of $100 if they register by April […]

Designed For Greatness at Design Studio

The Internet is many things to many people; a playground, an information superhighway, a web that connects us all…all around the world. “I’ve designed websites for people on every continent except Antarctica and Australia,” Elizabeth Gleason explained recently to a prospective client. Elizabeth Gleason Design Studios, LLC, in Jamestown New York. “What I like best […]

Jamestown Gazette – The First Year

The first edition of The Jamestown Gazette, The People’s Paper—the best read in town—hit the news stands one year ago, on April 11, 2011. In those 52 weeks, the Gazette has published more than a half million words and distributed nearly 160,000 newspapers, all free to our readers, throughout the Greater Jamestown area. “The question […]

Growing Our Green Thumb

CCHN Works To Make Jamestown A Greener, Healthier Community -One Garden At A Time By Jason Sample Contributing Writer Don’t be surprised if you hear and see a lot more about gardening in Jamestown this spring. Thanks to an effort spearheaded by the Chautauqua County Health Network (CCHN), the city is quickly on its way […]

Silent Witnesses

Floyd Kent, domestic violence officer, and Elizabeth Bracey, program manager of Project Crossroads, set up “Silent Witnesses” at Prendergast Library in observance of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In cooperation with the Jamestown Police Department, the red figures will be on display near the front entrance of the library at 509 Cherry St., Jamestown, until Monday […]

Have a Beautiful Garden and Support Audubon

 The Audubon Center and Sanctuary is sponsoring a Garden Fundraiser, a way for you to have a beautiful garden and support their gardens at the same time. Gardens are one of Audubon’s teaching resources. Thousands of school aged children tour the Center and visit the gardens with great enthusiasm and lots of questions. Visitors to […]