Archive for: October, 2013

Two in Court on Drug Charges

Two men were in Cattaraugus County Monday on drug charges. Bryant Galmer of Olean pleaded guilty to selling heroin in Olean on January 12 and

City of Bradford Police Log for 10/22/13

City of Bradford Police on Monday looked into reports of criminal mischief on Congress Street, disorderly conduct on South Center, Bushnell and West Washington streets

Guilty Plea for Holding Police at Bay

The Olean man who held police at bay for about an hour and a half, and fired a shot from a rifle out the back

‘Kirkin’ o’ the Tartans’ on Sunday

The First Presbyterian Church of Bradford at 54 East Corydon Street will celebrate a legendary Scottish tradition called the “Kirkin ‘o’ the Tartans“ at the

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Bizzak, Mary A.

Mary A. Bizzak, 98, formerly of 317 West Pine Avenue, Kane, died Saturday evening, October 19, 2013 at The Lutheran Home at Kane, where she

Donald R. Brooks, Jr.

Donald R. Brooks, Jr., 57 of 594 East Main St., passed away Sunday, October 20, 2013 at Bradford Regional Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete, and

Mark L. Hall

Mark L. Hall, 56, of 5 Lang Lane, Lewis Run, passed away Sunday, October 20, 2013, at Hamot Medical Center in, Erie.

Survey: Teens not as cyber savvy as parents might think

(BPT) – While some parents may not know a gigabyte from Google, they still need to help their kids stay safe and protect personal information

New Charges in Local Meth Lab Case

New charges have been filed against a man accused of running meth labs in Bradford and Mount Jewett. Jeffery Casbisca was arrested in September...

Men in Court for Road Rage Incident

Two men involved in a road rage incident last month were in court today. Aggravated assault and other charges against 35-year-old Morton Hansen IV of

Kane Couple Headed to County Court

The Kane couple facing dozens of drug charges waived their preliminary hearings today. Police found drugs, about 150 pieces of paraphernalia and cash in the

City of Bradford Police Log for 10/20/13

City of Bradford Police on Sunday investigated a burglary on Brennan Street, as well as criminal mischief on Orchard Place and East Main Street and

Don’t Pay for Property Tax/Rent Rebate Assistance

Local residents should be aware that there is no charge to file a state Property Tax/Rent Rebate form and they shouldn’t fall prey to companies

Kathaleen M. Kio

Kathaleen M. Kio, 80, of Bradford, passed away on Friday, October 18, 2013 at the Bradford Regional Medical Center. She was born on October 12,

PSP: Man Left Toddler in Pickup TruckWhile He Went Into a Bar, Drank

A man is accused of leaving a two-year-old boy in a pickup truck while he went into a bar and drank alcoholic beverages. State police

Harold Barnard

Port Allegany- Harold R. Barnard, 83, of Port Allegany, died Wednesday (October 16, 2013) in the Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport. He was born Oct. 19,

Harold Z. Neidich

Harold Z. Neidich, 92, of 100 St. Francis Dr. Bradford, formerly of 728 Wilson St., Franklin, passed away Friday, October 18, 2013, peacefully, at the

Gloria Barber

Gloria A. Barber Mt. Jewett Gloria A. Barber, 83, of 3 Chestnut Street, Mt. Jewett, passed away Wednesday (October 16, 2013) at

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Riel Talks About National Teen Driver Safety Week

National Teen Driver Safety Week is underway and Governor Tom Corbet at the Pennsylvania State Mayors’ Association are also behind the initiative. Bradford Mayor Tom

Oktoberfest Set for Thursday

Presented by the Bradford Area Chamber of Commerce and Signature Sponsor American Refining Group, Inc, the BACC Oktoberfest/21st Annual Public Auction will be held on

PennDOT, State Police Advise Motorists to Steer Clear of Emergency Responders

Harrisburg – State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan today reminded motorists to “steer clear” of police, emergency responders, road crews and tow-truck operators while they carry

Governor Corbett Proclaims Oct. 20-26 as Teen Driver Safety Week

Parents, Guardians Key in Creating Safer Teen Drivers Harrisburg — As part of its celebration of Teen Driver Safety Week, PennDOT Secretary Barry Schoch announced

Troopers Interrupt Their Lunch Break to Arrest Man Wanted on Bench Warrant

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Olean Physician’s Assistant Facing Numerous Sexual Misconduct Allegations

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City of Bradford Police Log for 10/18/13

City of Bradford Police on Thursday investigated thefts on Main, Congress and Clinton streets and a motor vehicle accident at Elm Street and South Avenue.

Man Takes Police on Brief Chase

A Salamanca man is accused of taking police on a chase Tuesday night when they tried to stop him for a traffic violation. They caught

Conservation Officer Bill Earns House Approval

HARRISBURG – The state House today approved Rep. Martin Causer’s (R-Turtlepoint) bill that clarifies the authority of wildlife and waterways conservation officers to use discretion

Jury Chosen in Taglianetti Trial

Lawyers in Chautauqua County have been trying for nearly a month to choose a jury in the Anthony Taglianetti murder trial. And, late yesterday, they

Patricia Marie Nuzzo

Patricia Marie Nuzzo, 43, of 10 Ash Court, Lewis Run, released her energy into the universe on Thursday, October 17, 2013 after a long battle

Josephine Simsick

Josephine L. Simsick KANE Josephine L. Simsick, 96, of 100 High Point Drive, formerly of 2 Greeves Street, passed away Thursday morning

Wife Waives Hearing in Crosby’s Robbery, Kidnapping Case

The Bradford woman who drove her husband to a Crosby’s store so he could rob the place has waived her preliminary hearing. 34-year-old Alice Hannon

Alleged Pharmacy Robber Waives Hearing

The man accused of robbing Buchanan Brothers Pharmacy in Eldred has waived his preliminary hearing. 23-year-old Chase Lotter of Eldred went into the pharmacy claiming

Couple Bought, Sold Bath Salts

A Kersey couple is accused of buying bath salts from a vendor in China and then selling most of it to Kane man. 48-year-old Cynthia

Shelia Ann Barnes

Shelia Ann Barnes, 54, of 70 Willow Road, Tequesta, FL, formerly of Bradford, passed away Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at Hospice of Palm Beach Hospital

City of Bradford Police Log for 10/16/13

City of Bradford Police on Wednesday investigated thefts on Main Street and Holley Avenue, disturbances on South Avenue and Kiwanis Court and

Murder Suspect Arrested in Allegany

The man police believe murdered an assistant manager at the Hamburg Toys R Us in June has been picked up in the Village of Allegany.

Sheila Ann Barnes

Sheila Ann Barnes, 54, of 70 Willow Road, Tequesta, FL, formerly of Bradford, passed away Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at Hospice of Palm Beach Hospital

Office of Attorney General Child Predator Section Announces Three Arrests

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrests of three men on unrelated charges as part of an ongoing effort to target

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