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How to Host a Socially Distant “Trunk-or-Treat”

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 that began in the winter of 2019-20 forced governments across the globe to issue social distancing mandates...

Prevention Works to Hold a Virtual Silent Auction

Prevention Works, Inc. will be holding a Virtual Silent Auction starting November 2nd and running through November 20th. The Silent Auction Form will open...
Rich Morrisroe

Meet the Candidates: Rich Morrisroe

Rich Morrisroe cares about this County, has the experience, education, relationships and imagination to help this County, and is working hard to earn your...
PJ Wendel

Meet the Candidates: PJ Wendel

The voters need to know that all of my adult life I have volunteered to help people at their most critical time, and that...
Tracy Mitrano

Meet the Candidates: Tracy Mitrano

Rochester native Tracy Mitrano is proud of her military and policing family and jumped into this race because she was concerned about the direction...

National Comedy Center to Preserve Historic Johnny Carson Archive

New Johnny Carson Exhibits to Debut In 2021 and 2022 in Partnership with Elkhorn Valley Museum in Norfolk, NE and Carson Entertainment Group As the...

Leaf Collection 2020

Public Works Director Jeffrey Lehman, P.E., announces that leaf collection in Jamestown will begin Monday, November 2, 2020. Residents are advised to rake leaves...

Celebrating Halloween During a Pandemic

Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses. Chautauqua County Public Health Director Christine Schuyler asks for your help to make sure...

Social Distancing & Halloween

Halloween is a unique day each year when people gather together for parties, parades and of course, trick-or-treating. October 31 is a day that...
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