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Join Vintage House Design on June 22nd at 3:30 PM for a very special High Tea and Fabric Roadshow at the Fenton Museum at 67 Washington street in Jamestown, New York.
Tour the beautiful, historic Fenton mansion; learn about the Victorian custom of High Tea.  Enjoy teas and cakes!
Immediately following the speaker, you will be treated to a showing of the latest fabrics from well-known manufacturers Kravet, Lee Jofa, Brunschwig & Fils, GPJ Baker and more.  Register here!

(Updated)Investigation into fire in village of Brocton still underway...

Chautauqua County fire investigators are still looking for the cause of a blaze that extensively damaged a home in the village of Brocton Sunday night.  Chautauqua County Fire Dispatchers say crews from Brocton, Portland, Westfield, Stockton and Fredonia responded to the fire at 35 Highland Avenue around 7 p.m.  Fire crews were at the scene for over three hours.  There were no reports of any injuries.  No other details were available today.

Catania makes serious "fair market" value offer for Stateline Speedway...

A former Stateline Speedway racer... and, area businessman... has made an offer to purchase the one-third mile speedway, and all the land it's on in Busti.  Westfield native Bill Catania, Jr. confirms for Media One News that he has made a "fair market" offer in Warren County District Court for the Kortwright Road facility.  It's been presented to current operator Jennifer Seamens... and, the children of late owner Fritz Seamens.  Jennifer Seamens' and her attorney are respresenting Seamens' estate.  Catania... who now owns a business and race team in Winston-Salem, North Carolina... says he hopes to have an announcement by later in the week on whether the offer is accepted.  If it's accepted... Catania says he wants to make some upgrades to the track, and have it open by later in the Summer.  He says other long-term improvements would also be made.  Catania is the son of multiple-time Limited Late Model Champion Bill Catania, Sr.     

Reed says one, overall theme heard voiced at weekend Town Hall meetings...

Congressman Tom Reed held three more town hall meetings this past weekend -- two in the Jamestown-area -- and there was a constant theme to each of them.  During his weekly conference call with Southern Tier Media today... Reed said he held his first session in the Mayville-area Saturday... and, another one near Randolph.  The Corning Republican says he's now held 137 town hall sessions... and, the overriding sentiment was to curb federal spending.  Reed says many have told him "let's not spend what we don't have."  He says overregulation is also a concern.  Reed says the Republican Majority in Congress has already been able to cut discretionary spending to pre-Korean War Era levels.  For example... he says the GOP Caucus has reduced Foreign Aid spending from $53-billion to $47-billion a year.... and, he believes they can cut even more.  Reed says it didn't take long after his special election in 2010 to the Southern Tier District that he saw the need for changes.  He had just gone to the floor of the House for a vote on a bill sponsored by then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi... however... no information on the measure was available prior to the vote.


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