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By Crocker Stephenson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 26, 2018 Gloria Dawson was 24 years old when, in the fall of 1990, her mother was bringing potatoes up from the basement of her West …

Mapping the impedance of a transducer can be used to indicate its optimal operating frequency.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics Introduces the Stainless-Steel GMC Series Ultrasonic Cleaning System.May 2018 – Jamestown, NY Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC, is proud to introduce an innovation in cellular aqueous parts cleaning, offering a Stainless-Steel GMC Ultrasonic Cleaning System. The Stainless-Steel GMC is an optional package to achieve chemical compatibility with aggressive caustic and acidic agents. The GMC series comes in two…

Ransohoff now offers Contract Fabrication - an ideal way to reduce production bottlenecks and minimize investment and risk.

Longtime volunteer Joan Yost has been honored by the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County as TRC’s Volunteer of the Year. Joan, who was honored at the United Way’s annual Volunteer of the Year Reception on April 24 at the Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown, started volunteering in 1978 when her daughter Jennifer was …

An exhibit featuring paintings made by artists with disabilities at The Resource Center is on display through June 2 at RydersCup Coffee shop in Lakewood. The exhibit features 12 paintings with a spring theme, as many of the works contain flowers or landscapes. The works were made by people in TRC’s Creations art program. Paintings …

The Resource Center recently honored three employees in its Information Services Department for their efforts in protecting the agency’s computer records after an external vendor experienced a cyber attack. The three employees (Steve Lindquist, Director; Can Tenamore, Assistant Director; and Desiree Wesley, Electronic Health Records Application Analyst) received The Resource Center’s agency-wide staff appreciation award …

Jamestown Public Schools hosted a public budget hearing Tuesday evening to discuss the 2018-19 budget for the school district — though the public was largely

The Supreme Council, 33°, in Lexington, MA, is the governing body of Scottish Rite Freemasonry in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, U.S.A.

Nominations for the YWCA of Jamestown’s 21st Annual Women of Achievement Awards are now open until May 10. To nominate someone for a Women of Achievement A

Just in time for your Derby de Mayo party! Show up with this bright and refreshing salsa that fits the theme of both the day and the derby!

Car rental agencies must contend with enormous insurance liability issues, and for that reason they adhere to some hard and fast rules when renting out their vehicles. These rules apply to all of the national dealers. If you don't qualify to rent a car from one of these national agencies, smaller car-rental ...

Today the West Virginia Black Bears unveiled the design for the West Virginia Moonshiners jersey and cap that will be worn on field by the team.

Kansas has put up a sign marking the place where two DUI victims died. It's a touching memorial, which should spur better DUI laws.

Confirmation is not a sacrament in The United Methodist Church, but an important step in our journey of faith.

By Mark Stevens From snow and ice to sleet and freezing rain, Chautauqua County has had its fair share of winter weather, even after the calendar turned to spring. Yet through it all, The Resource Center’s Warmer Winter Warriors continued to stand at the ready, knitting needles in hand, to give back to a community …

April is National Volunteer Month. Volunteerism takes several forms at The Resource Center and Filling the Gap, Inc. — families and community members give their time to serve on boards and committees, assist with special events, and help out in programs and homes; self-advocates and staff volunteer in support of our events and by giving …

From Mashers and Distillers to Bootleggers and Moonshiners, Minor League teams are finding myriad ways to celebrate whiskey. Ben Hill takes a look.

Inside the Maple Grove auditorium, Julie Costantini, the 6-12 grade choral teacher, sits on the chorus stage steps after school hours were over as she awaited h

A new agreement between a downtown developer and major employer of area residents has resulted in the retaining of about 200 jobs in the city of Jamestown. Th

ELLICOTT — Almost 40 employees at an Ellicott optics and electronics business will lose their jobs when operations are moved elsewhere, a filing with the stat

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Police learn ways to detect drunk drivers. These include interpreting signs such as the inability to make eye contact, a tendency to be over-talkative or over-friendly, or failing to answer questions properly. Some of these signals can be subtle. And sometimes a driver rear-ends a police car. A squad car in La

LAKEWOOD — The fate of Bon-Ton remains unclear after only two bidders, both liquidators, made offers for the bankrupt department store chain with more than 26

The German elevator manufacturer has developed technology that will not only reduce wait times, but expand design possibilities.

There are actually a lot of things you can do to improve your fuel mileage – and some of them are pretty easy.

Each spring, the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities (BPU), Jamestown, NY, raises funds in our "Cents for St. Susan's" campaign. The drive benefits our local soup kitchen, St. Susan Center, 31 Water Street, Jamestown. St. Susan's serves approximately 120,000-122,000 meals a year to hungry peo...

A new report from MADD confirms, once again, that ignition interlocks work. Last year they stopped more than 350,000 drunk driving incidents.

"It is with great honor that I present Kathy Keeney with the first annual League of Railway Women Hall of Fame award," said Tanis Petersen, LRW President. "Kathy's tenure with the League of Railway Women (formerly League of Railway Industry Women) has been instrumental to the success of our organization and to the careers of many. We are pleased to acknowledge and thank Kathy for her leadership, vision and inspiration that has created a legacy for women in the railroad industry."
Kathy, a…

The West Virginia Black Bears announced today they will be adopting a clear bag policy for all future events to be held at Monongalia County Ballpark.

A pit bull found hanging by its leash in a wooded area in the city of Jamestown has drawn the ire of local officials and the community. Now police want to know

The industry for urban innovation is booming. Smart technologies are catering to cities looking to boost connectivity and sustainability. Tech giant Alphabet now goes one step further and plans to build an entire smart waterfront in Toronto – via it urban innovation company Sidewalk Labs.