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Jamestown flasher charged with public lewdness


JAMESTOWN, NY - Police say a Pennsylvania man was caught exposing himself to teenage girls near the high school Thursday.

Police say Dave Kuzminski, 53, of Russell, PA, was arrested around 7:30 a.m. after students alerted the school's resource officer.

The man is charged with public lewdness.


Major Food Service Company to Distribute Weber’s Products to Restaurants

Major Food Service Company to Distribute Weber’s Products to Restaurants

 

Heintz & Weber Co., Inc. of Buffalo announced this week that the Sysco Foods New York Division in Syracuse has added Weber’s Brand Horseradish Mustard to its lineup and will now supply the legendary mustard to restaurant accounts in New York and Pennsylvania. This marks the first time that a major food service company has taken on Weber's products for widespread distribution. 

Initially, Sysco Foods New York Division has taken on Weber's Horseradish Mustard in the 12-ounce squeeze size. Additional Weber’s products will also be made be available to restaurants upon request. 

WNY Land Conservancy to Hold Annual Meeting and Reception at Buffalo History Museum

WNY Land Conservancy to Hold Annual Meeting and Reception at Buffalo History Museum

 

The Western New York Land Conservancy is pleased to announce that its 2015 Annual Meeting and Reception to be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 4, at the Buffalo History Museum in Delaware Park, Buffalo. The Buffalo History Museum, which is a National Historic Landmark, was built in 1901 for the Pan-American Exposition and is the only surviving permanent structure from the exposition. 

Chautauqua Belle lease to be signed next week


MAYVILLE, NY - A famous steamboat is one step closer to staying in Western New York.

This is video we shot of the Chautauqua Belle in February. It's been docked in the Chautauqua County Village of Mayville for quite some time.

On Friday, the Jamestown Post Journal reported that the boat's operators and the village board have reached a lease agreement that will be signed next week. It's a five-year deal with built in renewal options.

The Belle's lease expired in October and negotiations have been taking place since then.

DTO to Perform at Infinity Café for Jazz Series

DTO to Perform at Infinity Café for Jazz Series

DTO to Perform at Infinity Café for Jazz Series

The Infinity Jazz Concert Series will feature “An Evening With DTO” on Friday, May 22 at 7:00pm. The evening will feature the alternative jazz/rock group, DTO, performing popular tunes ranging from the 1960s to current favorites. DTO consists of; Roger Chagnon III, Jon Muck, and Chris Tiberio. Host, John Cross, will join DTO for a number of pieces throughout the evenings.

Students of Infinity will be opening for the program.

This concert is free and open to the public.

The Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Center is located at 301 East 2nd Street in Downtown Jamestown.

The Infinity Arts Café entrance is located on 3rd street, by entering through the doors to the old Post Office.

Email info@infinityperformingarts.org

Website http://www.infinityperformingarts.org/

"Scary Lucy" will soon have a new home


CELORON, N.Y. - The so-called "Scary Lucy" statue in Celoron, New York will soon have a new home.

The town announced that it is donating the statue, which went viral for its depiction of Lucille Ball, to the National Comedy Center in Jamestown. The center called it a "piece of comedy history" and looks forward to being able to showcase it.

The center will be breaking ground this year. A new sculptor will be working on another statue for Celoron, Lucy's childhood home.

Town of Randolph building collapse triggers emergency declaration


TOWN OF RANDOLPH, NY - A state of emergency was declared in the Cattaragus County Town of Randolph Sunday night due to a partial building collapse.

Deputy Town Clerk Kathy Sickles told 2 On Your Side an emergency demolition may have to be carried out on a vacant building at the intersection of Main Street and Route 394.

Those roads are closed between Coldspring Street and Weeden Road, which means there's no way in and out of the town center.

Sickles told us that crews are working on a plan to re-open the area as soon as possible.