Jamestown, NYwnynewsnow.com

City Man’s Sentencing On Federal Child Pornography Charges Adjourned

BUFFALO – A Jamestown man’s sentencing on federal charges of child pornography has been adjourned. The U.S. Attorney’s Office tells WNY News Now that James A. Chapman will now be sentenced on July 14 after it was last scheduled earlier this month. Chapman’s sentencing has been adjourned for numerous reasons for nearly two years.
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Dunkirk, NYchautauquatoday.com

County DA confirms identity of victim in homicide shooting

Authorities have released the identity of the man who died in a shooting early this month in the town of Dunkirk. Chautauqua County District Attorney Jason Schmidt confirms that 41-year-old Andrew Garner was the victim of the shooting homicide that occurred outside the South Shore Motor Inn on June 11. Schmidt told WDOE News Monday afternoon that he is working with the New York State Police's Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the case remains under investigation.
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Dunkirk, NYwnynewsnow.com

Music On The Pier Returns To Dunkirk

DUNKIRK – Music on the Pier is returning to the City of Dunkirk this week. The summer concert series kicks off Thursday at 5:30 p.m. The first two performances on June 24 and July 1 at 5:30 p.m. will take place at Memorial Park rather than on the pier. This...
Chautauqua County, NYchautauquatoday.com

Update: Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 8 pm

The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch that includes all of Western New York until 8 pm. Across the Southern Tier, including Chautauqua County, the greatest risk for severe weather will be from 2 to 6 pm, with damaging winds the primary threat. Large hail is also possible, in addition to brief torrential rainfall and dangerous cloud to ground lightning.
Chautauqua County, NYchautauquatoday.com

Chautauqua County reports two new COVID cases

Chautauqua County health officials on Monday reported just two new cases of COVID-19 in the county from Friday through Sunday through the County's COVID-19 Dashboard. The dashboard also indicated there were a total of seven active cases in the county as of Sunday. And there were three people currently hospitalized with the virus.
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Light turnout for Early Voting in Chautauqua County

The Chautauqua County Board of Elections says there was a light turnout for Early Voting for the upcoming Primary Day contests set for Tuesday. Republican County Elections Commissioner Brian Abram says just over 300 people cast their ballots during Early Voting which ran from Saturday, June 12 through Sunday, June 20. Abram says he wasn't surprised since there were no major federal or state contests on the ballot...
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Warren Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Warren: Monday, June 21: Showers and thunderstorms during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight; Tuesday, June 22: Chance of rain showers then partly sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Wednesday, June 23: Sunny during the
Brocton, NYObserver

New members bolster the Brocton fire department ranks

BROCTON — Jim Rizzo, the recently appointed chief of the Brocton Volunteer Fire Department, set a goal for himself to accomplish within his first six months: Six new members of the department. Just one month into his tenure, he’s already met that goal. At the Brocton Village Board meeting last...
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Planning Commission Continues Work To Preserve Historical Structures

JAMESTOWN – To preserve or not to preserve: That is the question, as discussed by the Jamestown Planning Commission last week. There was much verbatim about the opportunity to make several aging Jamestown homes and buildings historical landmarks, but this did not come without heated discussion. The crux of the...
Silver Creek, NYObserver

Youth rec program to be held at Silver Creek Central School

HANOVER — Town Board member Lou Pelleter announced this week that the Hanover Youth Recreation Program will in fact be held at Silver Creek Central School, as opposed to its normal location at the Silver Creek Village Park. The option to host the Hanover Youth Rec program at the school...
Greenville, PAthecorryjournal.com

Weis earns honors at all-star game

GREENVILLE — Landen Weis has a new nickname. The 2021 Corry Area High School grad became "Weis Lightning" after his impressive showing at Friday's North vs. South All-Star Showcase. Weis, who rushed over 1,000 yards twice in a season for the Beavers, helped the North claim a 14-0 victory at...
Jamestown, NYwnynewsnow.com

Juneteenth Festival Honors Freedom From Slavery, Late Councilwoman

JAMESTOWN – Over the weekend, the city held its annual Juneteenth festival which also honored late Jamestown Councilwoman Victoria James. Following the declaration of Juneteenth as a Federal Holiday, Councilwoman Regena Brackman celebrated at the weekend-long festival. “It’s finally been recognized, after all these years, all the sacrifices that have...
Saint Marys, PACourier-Express

St. Marys routs Warren in All-Stars opener

ST. MARYS — The St. Marys Little League All-Star team, comprised largely of the same roster that won an Eastern Regional title two years ago as Minor Leaguers, opened District 10 play in impressive fashion Saturday with a 16-0, 3-inning victory against Warren at Benzinger Park. St. Marys got a...
Dunkirk, NYObserver

Cyclists roll down Central Avenue

The inaugural Central Connection Bicycle Ride had a solid turnout Saturday, with at least 60 cyclists showing up for a ride from Day Street in Fredonia to the Dunkirk Pier. Decent weather greeted the riders, in an event that’s part of the Central Connection initiative to promote cooperation among Dunkirk, Fredonia and SUNY Fredonia. The temperature was a comfy 72 degrees and a nice breeze canceled out the humidity. Rain held off until after the ride, which kicked off a little past 10 a.m.
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Biology student wins Gilman Scholarship to study in Australia

Courtney Campese, a junior Biology major with minors in Chemistry and Public Health from Lancaster, N.Y., has been awarded a Benjamin A. Gilman scholarship to support her Spring 2022 study abroad experience at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia. "My goals for studying abroad are to expand my...
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