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Three Overdose on 'Pink Packaged' Heroin


JAMESTOWN, NY - Police in the Southern Tier are warning of pink packaged heroin that led to three overdoses Friday, one of them fatal.

Two of the incidents took place in the Village of Lakewood, the other in Falconer. Police believe more of the narcotic is still out on the streets.

It's not known at this time what is causing the overdose issue; but police say the heroin may be overly potent of tainted with another substance.

Anyone with information about the origin of these packages is asked to contact Jamestown Police at 483-7537 or leave an anonymous tip at 483-TIPS (8477). All calls will be kept confidential.


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Silver Creek student created harm list


SILVER CREEK, NY - Administrators in the Silver Creek School District are looking into a troubling situation. In a letter posted on the district's website, the superintendent says a middle school student created a list with the names of students he wanted harmed.

The list was discovered during a search at the end of the day on Wednesday.

All parents with a child on the list have been contacted.


Tom Erlandson Presenter at Nature Center’s March First Friday

Tom Erlandson Presenter at Nature Center’s March First Friday

Jamestown, NY – What is an estuary? Is there one in your neighborhood? If not, where can you find one?

Retired Jamestown Community College natural science professor Tom Erlandson will talk about estuaries at the Audubon Nature Center’s First Friday Lunch Bunch on March 6, 2015, at 11 a.m.

Does anyone live in an estuary? If so, who? Or what?

Why should New York City be called “The Big Oyster” instead of “The Big Apple?” Why is this topic appropriate for Audubon’s First Friday series?

Learn the answers to these and other intriguing questions at this presentation about the unique qualities of an estuary habitat.

Thruway accident scatters mail over roadway


SILVER CREEK, NY - A viewer sent us the attached photographs of packages and letters scattered on the New York State Thruway after a collision involving a U.S. Postal Service tractor-trailer and a tractor-trailer hauling frozen beef Sunday afternoon.

One of the trucks was pulled over on shoulder of the I-90 near the Silver Creek interchange when it was struck by the other truck, which had drifted out of its lane according to Sate Police.

Postal service inspectors were dispatched to the scene to recover what packages they could.

One of the drivers suffered minor injuries.

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ATV riders rescued at Sturgeon Point


STURGEON POINT, NY - A search-and-rescue operation was conducted off the Sturgeon Point Marina in the Town of Evans Saturday evening.

Police say two 18-year-olds called 911 after their ATVs got stuck out on the ice. It took crews a while to locate them but they were eventually rescued about five miles out. Fortunately, they were not hurt.

Erie County's Air One helicopter and nearby fire companies were called in to help. Once rescuers got out there they realized even more people were stuck on the ice.

A North Evans Fire District chief told us the snow was deeper than the ATV riders had anticipated. Snowmobiles had no trouble in the deep snow, however, and the fire chief told us they were helpful in getting people to shore.

An ambulance was brought in to provide warmth and water to those who were rescued.

No charges for leaving dog out in cold


CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY, NY - A dog owner in Chautauqua County is facing a lot of harassment since neighbors started seeing his German Shepherd left outside.

Two On Your Side's Erica Brecher says the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office investigated and concluded there was no sign of animal cruelty.

Said Sheriff Joe Gerace, "It's more a story of what social media can do. The dog is in good condition. It's an outside dog. It's got a beautiful coat of fur, and everyone is in agreement the dog owner cares about his dog, we care about the animal, and the dog's in good shape."

Gerace says he understands where people with good intentions are coming from, but it's important not to always believe everything you see on the Internet.

Additionally, the phone calls police received were clogging up the dispatch center, which has been disruptive to fire, emergency medical services and police.

Stephanie Rogers and Friends at the Infinity Café

Stephanie Rogers and Friends at the Infinity Café

Stephanie Rogers and Friends Performance at the Café

Friday, March 6th~~~7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Infinity Arts Café

*SPECIAL* INFINITY ARTS CAFÉ PERFORMANCE ENTRANCE is on 3rd Street (the former post office main entrance). Look for the signs!

Stephanie will be coming together with a great lineup of local musicians to give you a night full of amazing music! Special appearances by Gina Vecchio, Steve Davis, Jeremy Bunce, Daniel Witherspoon, Mark Bunce, Paul Sweat, and more!!

Infinity Arts Café events are FREE, family friendly and open to the public!

For more information, 716-664-0991 www.infinityperformingarts.org