Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) ELLERY – A Lakewood man was arrested following an incident Sunday morning involving a child, according to the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies say they, along with New York State Police, responded to an address on Fluvanna-Townline Road for a complaint. Investigation revealed that Nathan E. Manhart, 44, allegedly took another person’s vehicle without their permission.Manhart reportedly drove the vehicle to an address on Cherry Hill Road in the Town of Harmony, where he allegedly threatened another person verbally. In addition, Manhart allegedly drove the vehicle in a reckless manner with a child passenger inside of the car.Manhart was located at the address on Fluvanna Townline Road and was taken into custody on charges of third-degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, second-degree aggravated harassment and endangering the welfare of a child. Deputies say he also had active warrants for his arrest for second-degree attempted burglary, third and fourth-degree degree criminal mischief and second-degree aggravated harassment. Manhart was taken to CCJ and will answer his charges on a later date.
Photo: Derek Seifert / U.S. Air ForceALBANY – In a sweeping change to a section of New York’s Civil Rights Law, state lawmakers voted Tuesday to repeal 50-A making police personnel records public.Both New York State Senator George Borrello and Assemblyman Andy Goodell voted against the repeal.Under 50-A, home addresses, personal phone numbers, and emails of officers and their families were protected. Senator Borrello says the repeal does not provide police “due process.”“It takes away their due process,” said Borrello. “When a false allegation is made against a member of law enforcement that stays on their record forever.” Borrello says unlike other professions, the repeal of 50-A prevents unsubstantiated claims from first responders’ records. The Senator says that misstep in the repeal was discussed prior to the vote.“During the floor debate the sponsor of the legislation was asked: why did you not change the public officers’ law so that unsubstantiated claims would be removed from those records,” explained Borrello. “The response was just because it was unsubstantiated doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.”Eliminating the law makes complaints against officers, as well as transcripts and final dispositions of disciplinary proceedings, public for the first time in decades.Assemblyman Andy Goodell says he was for some modifications of 50-A, just not the full repeal.“You want a balanced approach, not a knee jerk reaction,” said Assemblyman Goodell. “I would support legislation that made it clear that founded complaints should be public and available for inspection.”Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has recently supported reforming the law, has said in the wake of the protests that he will sign the repeal. Only Delaware has a similar law.Many other states, like Minnesota where George Floyd was killed, do not have a law like 50-A.The legislature on Monday passed other police accountability measures, banning police from using chokeholds, guaranteeing the right to record police activity and making it easier to file lawsuits against people making race-based 911 calls.The measure to make officers’ records and misconduct complaints public is among several police accountability bills racing through the state legislature. Lawmakers passed other bills that would provide all state troopers with body cameras and ensure that police officers provide medical and mental health attention to people in custody. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
JHS Stock ImageJAMESTOWN — More than $1.2 Million was awarded to various Jamestown High School students during the annaul awards night held recently.The winners are as follows:Betty Barresi Memorial Scholarship Nichole Trusso;Clarkson Scholar Award John Carlson, Maisy Chang; Keuka College Junior Award Elizabeth Gatenbein-Beidel, Olivia Pincaro, Abigail Roof, Ella Smith, Jenna Stockwell, Lorena Bogey; Doctorate Scholarship Karley Kennedy, Alexis Salvaggio;Lorena Bogey Education Scholarship Allyson Buck, Karlie Blodien, Alexa SwansonRensslear Polytechnic Institute Award Rennsslear Medal Ryan Malarkey;Rensslear Medal Rochester Institute of Technology omputing Medal Cyrus Morano, Allison Tilburg;Rochester Institute of Technology Innovation and Creativity Award Kyle Christensen, Claire Pumford;University of Rochester Bausch & Lomb Science Award Owen Maggio;University of Rochester Frederick Douglas & Susan B. Anthony Award Madison Douglas;University of Rochester George Eastman Young Leaders Award Alyssa ShimmelWells College 21 st Century Leaders Award Vanessa DeStevens, Taye Rice;Alumni Scholarship Connor FloresEthel Davis Award Ayah QadriJaqueline Lanphere Award Berit Abers, Aden Clark, Courtney Graham, Dylan Lydell, Isabella Palermo, Malaka Slaughter, Vanessa Sanfilippo, Nathan Roehrig;JHS PTSA Scholarship Karley Kennedy, Harrison Monfort;Margaret Ayers Award Grace McMillan;Oscar Price Award Abigail Beach;Jamestown Teachers Association Scholarship Sierra Owles;Milton J. Fletcher Debate Award Grace McMillan, Ayah Qadri;Melville Jackson Memorial Scholarship Lillian Ingrao;National Honor Society Award Jonah Tonkin;2020 JHS National Honor Society Inductees Taylor Austin, Brianna Bagley, Sara Beebe, Jacob Blackmar, Zachary Breeding, Adam Chang, Aden Clark, Caleb Cordner, Preston Crooks, Caleb Erickson, Mystique Gomez, Courtney Graham, Veronica Hansen, Alexander Larson, Rome McBride, Eden McGrath, Grace McMillan, Sierra Owles, Kaytlyn Rasmussen, Nathan Roehrig, Emily Ryberg, Vanessa Sanfilippo, Chloe Short, Erica Sobczak, Matthew Southwick, Brianna Stone, Shelby Swindell, Jennifer Toledo Gaines;100 Member Club Harrison Monfort, Ayah Qadri;Michelle Kay Reynolds Memorial Leukemia Fund Ayla Gray;Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union Scholarship Masen Maggio, Cayla Overbeck, Gabriella Rosario Negron;Rolland Taft Athletic Scholarship Josh Tonkin, Giovana Calamunci;Alison Ney and Christa Stineman Memorial Scholarship Karley Kennedy;Jamestown School Forest Award Karley Kennedy, Emma Martin, Ayah Qadri, Alexis Salvaggio;New Century Art Award Shelby SwindellConnie Gould Poetry Award Karlie Blodien;English Dept. and Cattaraugus Bank Excellence in English Award Masen Maggio;Jamestown Kiwanis JHS Key Club Scholarship Alexis Salvaggio, Nolan ScomaMilton J. Fletcher Award for English Andrew Laurin, Emma Martin;Norman Tinkham Award John Carlson;Broadcast & Communication Club Award Jacob Blackmar, Katie Falkowski, Dylan Lydell, Lilly Melquist, Ayah Qadri, Alexa SwansonJHS Class of 1978 Scholarship Karlie Allen,Bradley A. Proctor Memorial Wrestling Scholarship Michael Houghton;Barbara B. Quackenbush Scholarship Jacob Blackmar;Dempsey Lewis Knight Memorial Scholarship Courtney Grey;Ernest & Alice Levin Memorial Scholarship Maxwell Bollman;Gale Gokey Brown Memorial Scholarship Giovana Calamunci;Gladys M. Steele Scholarship Brianna Bagley;Italian Heritage Award Masen Maggio;Jamestown High School Class of 1965 Scholarship Ajiah Mouio;Jamestown High School Class of 1969 Fund Eylessa Stilson;Jasmine Cantor Scholarship Abigail Beach, Ayah Qadri, Masen Maggio, Harrison Monfort, Alexis Salvaggio, Isabella Palermo, Grace McMillan, Andrew Laurin, Tanisha Smith, Berit Abers;A Memorial Scholarship in honor of Mr.and Mrs.J. H. Stohlbrost, Ebba Goranson, Marilyn Carlson McLain, and Alberta Sandberg Morse Deanna Huntington, Cayla Overbeck;JHS Class of 1950 Scholarship Andrew Laurin, Chloe Short;Class of 1966 Scholarship Madison Christ;John &Elaine E. Cali Memorial Scholarship Connor Flores;Katherine K. Burch Memorial Scholarship Allyson Buck;Larry Green Calculus Award Tanisha Smith;Minority Education Scholarship Gabriella Rosario Negron;Rita A. Dunn & Mollie Dunn McKee Award Giocanda Calamunci, Courtney Hays, Caleb Kindberg, Lilly Melquist, Meridith Rohlin, Shelby SwindellSamuel B. Robbins & Janet R. Robbins Scholarship Alexa Swanson;Senator Jess J. Present Scholarship Harrison Monfort;Thomas E. Kiddoo, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Nichole Trusso;Wyman Ansley Scholarship Patience Glatt;Chautauqua Educational Opportunity Scholarship Dimitrianna Anderson, Karlie Blodien, Jordan Crofoot, Shakira Cuevas, Aaliyah Golden, Avante Hicks, Michael Houghton, Jose Irizarry, Leighann Kuzmunich, Kamille LaMountain, Abigail Maloney, Jaiden McKoy, Giovann Anillo Melendez, Erik Mettler, Jalyn Packer, Angelica Alers Rosario, Jordan Russo, Hope Smith, Alexis Spoon, Matthew Wilson;Jamestown Business College Scholar of Excellence Alexis Spoon;Jamestown Business College/College Access Award Angelica Alers Rosario, Sarai Ayala Torres, Shakira Cuevas, Maria Davila, Ivan DeJesus, Nayaril DeJesus, Vanessa Fredette, Kristina Hernandez, Jahnah Johnson, Nicholas Kelley, Leighann Kuzmunich, Cloe Lister, Mollie Lundberg, Laylani Matta Martinez, Morgan Olson, Jineyshka Pena, Mykenzie Ramsey, Jamal Rogers, Jasmine Torres;Jamestown Business College Senior Academic Progress Award Mason Harmon;Jamestown Business College Junior Academic Progress Award Taryn Caldwell, Emily Johnson;Jamestown Community College USA Scholarship Evan Anderson, Taylor Austin, Jacob Blackmar, Aidan Brumbaugh, Aden Clark, Preston Crooks, Caleb Erickson, Janea Fiorella, Courtney Graham, Veronica Hansen, Savannah Hazelton, Clayton Hitchcock, Nevan Kearney, Abigail Maloney, Rome McBride, Eden McGrath, Macey Monaghan, Harrison Monfort, Sierra Owles, Ayah Qadri, Nathan Roehrig, Meridith Rohlin, Olivia Ruiz, Alayne Schobey, Benjamin Schrader, Sophie Schweiger, Kianna Smith, Tanisha Smith, Erica Sobczak;Jamestown Community College Holmberg Scholarship Alice Moffatt;Jamestown Community College Workforce Readiness Scholarship Ryan LemkeDr. Harold M. & Joyce S. Childress Scholarship Savannah Hazelton, Rome McBride;Allen Ayers Award Masen Maggio, Grace McMillan;Harry E. Kline Scholarship (Chemistry) Maisy Chang, Siena DeAngelo;Ronald Stahlman Memorial Fund Ryan Lemke;Theodore Peterson Awards in Chemistry John Carlson, Cecelia Eklum;Triple C Award Abigail Beach, Gabriella Rosario NegronSuperintendent’s Scholarship Gabriella Rosario Negron Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) JAMESTOWN – The first half of the weekend will be mainly quiet, a storm systems moving in overnight tonight will bring rain and a few storms in for the second half of the weekend.For today, partly to mostly cloudy with a few late afternoon showers possible. Highs in the lower-80’s.As the system moves by off to the west, showers and a few thunderstorms are possible overnight. Lows drop back into the mid-60’s. Tomorrow, mostly cloudy with a few showers and storms likely. Some storms may be a bit stronger with heavy rain and gusty winds. Otherwise temperatures will be in the lower-80’s with dewpoints spiking to around 70. So along with the rain it will feel quite sticky tomorrow.As the week begins, the low pressure system will slowly move out. Monday and Tuesday will see a few scattered showers and storms stick around. Otherwise it will be partly cloudy with highs in the upper-70’s both days.The second half of the week will become dry with highs remaining comfortably in the mid-70’s.WNYNewsNow is a proud Ambassador for the NOAA Weather-Ready Nation program.
8. FEATURE: Weekend Poll: Which Hollywood Besties Would You Love to See on Broadway Together? Stage fans flocked to Broadway.com’s news coverage this week, getting excited about Disney’s announcement that Frozen may be headed to the Great White Way, Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper’s Broadway return and lots more. If you missed anything, click on the links below for the 10 most-read stories from January 10 through January 16: 4. NEWS: Billy Porter, Jonathan Groff, Jinkx Monsoon and More Top Out’s 100 Most Eligible Bachelors List 7. WATCH IT: The Lost Patti LuPone Musical! Watch the Tony Winner as a Lovelorn Laundromat Ghost in Love Cycle: A Soap Operetta 9. NEWS: Lena Hall to Star as Yitzhak in Broadway’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch; Neil Patrick Harris Extends His Run 2. NEWS: Bradley Cooper Will Take a Break From Being the Hottest Guy in Hollywood to Be The Elephant Man on Broadway 6. WATCH IT: Amy Adams Takes on Idina! Watch the Golden Globe Winner Belt Out “Defying Gravity” 5. NEWS: Tony Winner Christian Borle & More Join Emma Thompson in New York Philharmonic’s Sweeney Todd 3. PHOTO: If/Then and Frozen’s Idina Menzel Roars Into The Lion King 1. NEWS: Dreams Do Come True! Disney Confirms Broadway Plans For Hit Movie Frozen 10. NEWS: Darren Criss on Glee’s Move to NYC, Being a “Nerdy Rock Musician” and Wanting to Return to the Stage View Comments
In Hand to God, the good children of Cypress, Texas, are taught to obey the Bible in order to evade Satan’s hand. But when students at the Christian Puppet Ministry put those teachings into practice, one devout young man’s puppet takes on a shocking personality that no one could have expected. View Comments Hand To God Related Shows Opening night is set for March 10 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, but you should probably leave your sock puppet at home. Avenue Q meets Scandalous? Tickets are now available for the new MCC Theater mounting of Hand to God. The offbeat comedy by Robert Askins will be directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel, who also helmed the original Ensemble Studio Theatre production in 2011. Hand to God begins off-Broadway performances February 20. Along with Steven Boyer reprising his role as Jason and his alter-ego sock puppet Tyrone, Hand to God will star Tony nominee Marc Kudisch as Pastor Greg, Sarah Stiles as Jessica, Geneva Carr reprising her role as Margery and Michael Oberholtzer as Timmy. Show Closed This production ended its run on March 30, 2014
View Comments After the mega ratings The Sound of Music Live! garnered with Carrie Underwood last December on NBC, it’s no surprise that the network has another live broadcast in the works. that Peter Pan Live! will broadcast this December 4. Speculation has been rife on who will play the lead role of the boy who won’t grow up, and none other than Bill Murray has decided to throw his hat into the ring. Auditioning in full costume, the Emmy winner and Oscar nominee flew into David Letterman’s Late Show January 31 attempting his best Broadway belt as he sang “I’m flying.” The star later had this message for NBC executives: “I think I’m the guy.” Check out below to see if you think Murray’s next stop will be Neverland!
The Off-Broadway cult hit The Vaudevillians will return to off-Broadway’s Laurie Beechman Theater for a limited encore June 15 through 22. RuPaul’s Drag Race favorite Jinkx Monsoon will come back for the one-week run, with the musical comedy co-starring composer and musician Major Scales. Before becoming part of the hottest act ever frozen alive, Monsoon began his career as Jerick Hoffer, a theater performer who danced lead in the world’s largest drag queen chorus line. Around the country, Monsoon has torn up the stage in Spring Awakening, Rent and Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Scales is the evil twin of Richard Andriessen, a musician, writer and performer based in Seattle. He has written everything from award-winning New York shows on the east coast to music for amateur adult films on the west. Watch Monsoon chat up Show People host Paul Wontorek in this fantastic interview! The Vaudevillians follows 1920s burlesque performers Kitty Witless and Dr. Dan Von Dandy, who toured speakeasies throughout the country until a tragic avalanche in Antarctica froze them alive. After being thawed by global warming, the two vow to reclaim their music after they discover that pop artists of various decades have stolen their songs and passed them off as their own, including “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” and “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” View Comments
Jim Norton Of Mice and Men began performances on Broadway on March 19 and will play its final performance on July 27. Additional cast members include Ron Cephas Jones, Alex Morf, Joel Marsh Garland, James McMenamin, Jim Ortlieb and Jim Parrack. View Comments Star Files Directed by Anna D. Shapiro, Of Mice and Men tells the story of two migrant workers: George (Franco), a sharp but uneducated, short-tempered man, and Lennie (O’Dowd), a large but simple-minded man. Together they hope to one day acquire their own piece of land. But when Lennie stirs up trouble on the job, George must choose between protecting his friend or continuing to strive for the American dream. This is the first time the play has been on Broadway in 40 years. Of Mice and Men James Franco Show Closed This production ended its run on July 27, 2014 Get ready for George, Lennie and the rest of the gang on the big screen. The Broadway revival of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, starring James Franco, Chris O’Dowd, Leighton Meester and Jim Norton, will be filmed during its final weeks of performances at the Longacre Theatre for a broadcast by the U.K.’s National Theatre Live. This marks the first Great White Way show to be filmed by the National Theatre program. Screenings dates for the U.S. and Britain will be announced later. Leighton Meester Related Shows Chris O’Dowd View All (4)
The Clairvoyants’ Amélie van Tass & Thommy Ten(Photo: Sebastian Konopix) Related Shows View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 1, 2017 The Illusionists – Turn of the Century The Broadway return of The Illusionists—starring America’s Got Talent runners up The Clairvoyants—will now play the larger Palace Theatre instead of the Lunt Fontanne this fall. The Illusionists: Turn of the Century is still scheduled to begin on November 25.Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass will now headline the engagement following their success on AGT. The cast will also feature Dana Daniels, Charlie Frye, Mark Kalin, Jinger Leigh, Justo Thaus, Rick Thomas and Jonathan Goodwin.The Palace Theatre once hosted several notable magicians and illusionists in the early 20th century, including Harry Houdini. Its current tenant, An American in Paris, will play its final performance on October 9. The Illusionists: Turn of the Century will play a limited engagement through January 1, 2017.Broadway.com customers impacted by the switch will be contacted in regards to their tickets.Watch The Clairvoyants’ final AGT performance below!