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Events planned for Cattaraugus County Bank’s upcoming anniversary

LITTLE VALLEY – On Jan. 2,  Cattaraugus County Bank will turn 115. The 115-year-old, independently owned community bank will be celebrating its success in January with both week-long and month-long promotions. The 115th visitor to CCB at each branch the week of Jan. 3 will receive $115 in ...

JCC awarded federal globalization grant

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Jamestown Community College a grant for $92,000 to further the college’s comprehensive globalization efforts. The Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Program (UISFL) grant represents the first year of an anticipated two-year ...

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The Resource Center was on hand at the recent Medical Pathways Career Fair held in Jamestown with Human Resources Manager Matthew Phillips and Resident Manager Casey DuBose.

Dozens find inspiration and hope at E2CCB job fair

JAMESTOWN  — Lifelong learners turned out in droves for the Medical Pathways Career Fair held in mid-November by the Adult Education division of the Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES. Nearly two dozen regional agencies and employers participated in the job fair. Attendees met employers, ...

New local product eyes start by Sinclairville native

Chocolate + grandma + a local sustainable, ethical product … what’s not to love in Grandma Mabel’s Chocolate Candy Kit, a new local product being launched on Kickstarter. This delightful DIY chocolate-making kit was born from a collaboration between social innovation designer and ...

JCC, Alfred State update nursing agreement

Jamestown Community College and Alfred State College have updated an articulation agreement for JCC graduates transferring into Alfred State’s nursing program. Students can complete the bachelor’s degree in nursing online in four semesters. Alfred State will accept a maximum of 68 total ...

LECOM Health Challenge named best new Web.com Tour event

CLYMER — The LECOM Health Challenge — a Web.com Tour event held at Peek’n Peak Resort — was awarded “Rookie of the Year” by the PGA TOUR affiliate Web.com Tour. Squaring off against six other new Web.com Tour events, the Western New York-based tournament was recognized as the best ...

LECOM Health Challenge named best new Web.com Tour event

CLYMER — The LECOM Health Challenge — a Web.com Tour event held at Peek’n Peak Resort — was awarded “Rookie of the Year” by the PGA TOUR affiliate Web.com Tour. Squaring off against six other new Web.com Tour events, the Western New York-based tournament was recognized as the best ...

Plan today for the future of your farm business

JAMESTOWN – Who will own and operate your farm or other agricultural business in the future? To help business owners plan for the future, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County’s Agriculture Program is pleased to announce a Farm Succession Workshop for all agricultural ...

Fredonia adds New Paltz to accelerated B.S./MBA program

The number of accelerated Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree programs that the State University of New York at Fredonia has in place with other colleges and universities has expanded to nine with the addition of SUNY New Paltz. The 4+1 B.S./MBA program in the Department of ...

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Wayne Ormsby elected to TRC board

JAMESTOWN — Wayne Ormsby was elected to The Resource Center’s board of directors at the agency’s annual meeting. Ormsby has served on TRC’s compliance, ethics, risk and safety committee for the past four years. His election to the board is for a two-year term. Ormsby retired in 2009 ...

Berry growers workshop set for Dec. 14 in Portland

As dramatic weather events increase, pest pressure intensifies, and local markets vitalize, New York berry growers are looking for ways to protect their crop and lengthen their season. Growers and educators are testing out techniques for growing berries under cover. Berry farmers across New ...

School 3 receives grant from National Grid

Dunkirk Elementary School 3 has had the privilege to receive a grant from the Hispanic Professional Association, a National Grid Employee Resource Group. This grant provides the opportunity for English Language Learning students and their parents to attend an after-school program that assists ...

Lake Shore Savings Bank celebrates 125 years with employee recognition event

BUFFALO — Lake Shore Savings Bank marked an important milestone in its history recently, by celebrating 125 years of serving Western New York with a special employee recognition event held at Statler City in Buffalo. “Lake Shore Savings is dedicated to our mission of Putting People ...

M&T Bank kicks off ‘Gift of Warmth’ drive

BUFFALO — For three decades, at its branches across Western New York, M&T Bank has collected warm clothes for local families in need as part of its Gift of Warmth campaign. Now through Dec. 31, Western New Yorkers can again drop off donations of new mittens, gloves, scarves, hats ...

WCA, UPMC finalize merger with new name

JAMESTOWN — There is a new official name for the city's deliverer of world-class health care. On Friday, hospital officials gathered to announce the finalization of the integration between WCA Hospital and UPMC Hamot, with UPMC Chautauqua WCA now being the new official name for the health ...

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Anne LaPaglia named CCBR 2016 Realtor of the Year

At its annual installation banquet, the Chautauqua Cattaraugus Board of Realtors announced Anne LaPaglia as 2016 Realtor of the Year. “It was a total surprise to me,” said LaPaglia, a 27-year veteran in the industry and Broker Associate with Howard Hanna Holt Real Estate. “Knowing ...