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Recent Reunion Provides Trip Back In Time

Do you believe in time travel? Can we turn back the pages of time and return to days of yesterday? Some may say only in our minds, but every once in a while, something happens to physically take us back to younger days... Read More

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Housing Sales Drop Without Credit

The expiration of the first-time homebuyer tax credit has led to a large drop in July state and county housing sales. Housing sales fell by 50 percent in New York state and sales decreased by 22 percent in Chautauqua County... Read More

Man On A Mission

A local guitar shop owner has teamed up with two of the best-known instrument manufacturers to raise money for Hait... Read More

Brocton Business Owner Upset Over Patrols

BROCTON - "It's scaring my customers away." Those were Eric Berry's words recently during the public comment portion of the Brocton Village Board meeting regarding his claims that he has lost customers at The River Bottom Inn, formerly St... Read More

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Control Issues

SOUTH DAYTON - Pine Valley Central School students will be able to receive birth control prescriptions and condoms through the district's upcoming school-based health center - but only under a strict set of requirements, tests and educational..... Read More

Jackson Center to Celebrate First Decade

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. - The Robert H. Jackson Center is approaching its 10th anniversary and will be celebrating its first decade on October 7, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. at Chautauqua Institution's Athenaeum Hotel.

Cocktails will be followed by a dinner and brief program where we will be joined by special guest Mark Russell. Ronald E. Hermance, Jr. is Chairman of the Anniversary Celebration, and Jackson's former law clerk & RHJC Board Member E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr. is Honorary Chair.

To RSVP for the evening's program, please call the Center at 716-483-6646 or e-mail info@roberthjackson.org by September 30. Click here if you prefer to register online. The $100/person minimum donation is a fully-deductible contribution and all proceeds will benefit the Robert H. Jackson Center.

Six-Week Living Healthy Class to be Offered at Jamestown YMCA

The P2 Collaborative of Western New York, the Chautauqua County Health Department, and the Chautauqua County Health Network are pleased to host Stanford University's Living Healthy: Chronic Disease Self?Management Program beginning this September. Free workshops will be held Wednesdays September 22nd through October 27th from 10:45 until about 1:15 at the Jamestown YMCA.

The Chronic Disease Self?Management Program is a workshop given for two and a half hours, once a week, over six weeks in community settings. People with different chronic health problems are invited to attend the workshop. Caregivers, family members, and friends of individuals with chronic health conditions are also welcome to participate.