Warren, PA

Jamestown Attorney Named Rising Star by Super Lawyers

An attorney in Jamestown was recently recognized by a lawyer rating service. John I. LaMancuso, who is a partner in the law firm of Lewis & Lewis, P.C., has been named a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers, which is a rating service of lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. To be eligible for designation as a Rising Star, the attorney must be age 40 or younger and in practice for 10 years or less. LaMancuso was included in Super Lawyers' annual list of Top Attorneys in Upstate New York, which was released in print in August. No more than 2.5% of lawyers in the state are designated Rising Stars.
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Wildlife photography contest winners announced

Photo above, Nancy Hunt, of Pleasantville, and, photo below, Ed Atts, of Utica, won the Wildlife Photography contest. Their photos were selected from 155 submissions. Both winners received a $50 Dunham’s Sports gift card. To view all of the photos entered, visit The Derrick’s Facebook page or
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Randolph Woman Facing Child Endangerment, Reckless Driving Charges

A Randolph woman was taken into custody Wednesday on charges stemming from a domestic incident that occurred last Saturday in the Town of Machias. Cattaraugus County Sheriff's deputies say 32-year-old Shelly Hubbard has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child and reckless driving after an investigation into the incident. Hubbard was arraigned on the charges in Machias Town Court and issued a stay-away order of protection, then released on her own recognizance. She is due back in court at a later date.
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Live events Warren — what’s coming up

1. COMMUNITY CONVERSATION: UNDERSERVED AND MARGINALIZED GROUPS IN JAMESTOWN; 2. Friends of Norm Fundraiser; 3. Chakra-Balancing Yoga Workshops; 4. Annual Archery Broadhead Shoot; 5. Release the Trauma, Return to Love Retreat;

Heads Up Boaters! Chautauqua Lake Level Scheduled To Drop Next Month

CELORON – As we get into the fall, those on Chautauqua Lake need make plans to remove their boats and docks from the water before October 20, especially if lower water levels may impact removal plans. “Starting on that date the Warner Dam will open and Chautauqua Lake levels will...

Longtime Educator, Administrator Retires From JPS

A member of the educational community at the Jamestown Public Schools District is headed for retirement. Connie Foster has been working within the for 31 years and will take her retirement to focus on family and other important tasks and issues. She worked in various areas, including Jamestown High School, Washington Middle School, Ring Elementary School and Love Elementary School. She served in multiple roles, including as a teacher, vice principal, principal and coordinator of world languages.

Run, Run Randolph

PANAMA — Coming into Saturday’s game the Clymer/Sherman/Panama Wolfpack was the top-ranked Class D team in the state according to the New York State Sportswriters Association and if the Randolph Cardinals were going to win it would certainly be an uphill battle. The Cardinals looked at that hill and ran...

4-Day Weather Forecast For Warren

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Warren: Monday, September 27: Mostly sunny during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight; Tuesday, September 28: Slight chance of rain showers then partly sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Wednesday, September 29: Sunny during the

Bemus Point Man Charged In Friday Night Altercation, Alleged Arson

BEMUS PONIT – A 32-year-old is accused of assaulting a person and then setting their property on fire during an altercation in Bemus Point Friday night. The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office responded to an address in Bemus Point for the reported altercation around 9:19 p.m. Through investigation it is alleged...

Area women learning to fly at Jamestown airport

The sky’s the limit for several area women. Christine Beichner-Miller, Terra Ferchak, Georgia Mason, Lisa Jukes and Stephanie Marchincin have all undertaken flying lessons with Majestic Aviation at the Chautauqua County-Jamestown Airport. Randy Nalbone, owner of Majestic Aviation, said he’s glad to have the women taking part in lessons, as he believes flying is for everyone, even though it is often a male-dominated field.
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Randolph shuts down top-ranked CSP, 22-0

PANAMA — There’s a new, if familiar, frontrunner in the race for Section 6 Class D football supremacy. Randolph took control of first place in the league by knocking off the top-ranked team in the state at that level, Clymer/Sherman/Panama, using hard-nosed rushing and stout defense to shut down the Wolfpack in a 22-0 road victory.

Love Mercy, Do Justice Initiative To Host Cultural Awareness Workshop

Social justice and cultural awareness are being brought to the forefront in an upcoming event being held by a local social justice group on Oct. 2. Love Mercy, Do Justice, an initiative hosted by Zion Covenant Church, will be hosting a cultural awareness workshop titled “Becoming the Beloved Community.”. The...

Where’s the most expensive gas in Warren?

(WARREN, PA) If you’re paying more than $3.45 for gas in the Warren area, you could be getting a better deal. Depending on where you fill up, you could be losing as much as $0.00 per gallon, according to an analysis by GasBuddy on Sunday.

Staying Active While Living 50+

What keeps a person young? I think we all know some answers to this. A healthy diet, exercise, social interaction, a glass of red wine with dinner, and volunteering, just to name a few. For example, SilverSneakers is a popular program at the YMCA in Warren, PA. Jena Swanson has...

Gerald W. “Butch” Peru

Gerald W. “Butch” Peru, 75, of 959 Shamrock Lane, Corry, Pa., formerly of Jamestown, died Wednesday Sept. 22, 2021, in Corry. He was born Nov, 3, 1945, in Jamestown, a son of the late Howard and Gladys Ringer Peru. Prior to his retirement he was employed for over 25 years...

Oktoberfest returns to Marienville

Oktoberfest returned to Marienville, a little early this year, much to the delight of the hundreds of people who attended the three-day event. “This event has been happening for over 40 years,” said Oktoberfest organizer Roxanne Thornton. “This year we have had the most vendors we have ever had. The weather cooperated and did pretty well this year. We had pumpkin bowling and corn shucking, races for bikes and lawn mowers, a car show, pet parade, a decorating contest, vendors, food, a parade and music.”