Archive for: October, 2013

Charges Against Woman Pulled from Car

The woman who was pulled from her car seconds before it burst into flames Sunday has been charged with driving while intoxicated. Sheriff’s deputies ...

Kersey Couple Jailed in McKean County

Two Kersey residents are in McKean County Jail on drug charges. 48-year-old Cynthia Bizzak and 43-year-old Michael Bizzak are each charged with felony counts of

Pitt-Bradford to offer “Mobile for Business” class

BRADFORD, Pa — The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will offer a class in taking advantage of mobile for business Oct. 23. The class will

Lawrence County man arrested for alleged child pornography distribution, videotaping underage females with hidden camera

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of a Lawrence County man accused of distributing child pornography and using a hidden camera

Scarnati Announces Passage of Debt Reduction and Transparency Bill

The State Senate today approved legislation to require greater transparency and rigorous guidelines for the awarding of economic development grants through the state Redevelopment Assistance

Cruisin’ into Christmas on November 22

The Street Dreams Car Club and the Bradford Area Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce plans for the fifth annual Cruisin' into Christmas Parade

Pitt-Bradford plans to break ground on residence hall

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford plans to break ground next week on a $9.3 million, 109-bed residence hall. Earlier this month,

Causer, Rapp Join Call to Action for PA Conventional Oil Industry

TITUSVILLE – Reps. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) and Kathy Rapp (R-Warren) this week joined hundreds of independent oil producers and supporters at the world’s first oil

Taylor promoted to director of housing at Pitt-Bradford

BRADFORD, Pa. – Jessica Taylor has been promoted to Director of Housing at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Taylor takes the place of Craig

Daughter of Dead Inmate Files Lawsuit

The daughter of a state prison inmate who was brutally murdered in his Forest County cell last year has filed a lawsuit saying the state

Couple Jailed on Drug Charges

Two Kill Buck residents are in Cattaraugus County Jail for having heroin and crack cocaine with the intent to sell it. The Southern Tier Regional

City of Bradford Police Log for 10/14/13

City of Bradford Police on Monday investigated a burglary on Kingsbury Avenue, a theft on Tarport Drive Extension and a motor vehicle accident on Jackson

Kane Man Sentenced for Indecent Assault

A Kane man who pleaded guilty to indecent assault in Warren will spend the next three months to two years in the ...

Thefts Reported in St. Marys

Someone stole an aluminum ramp trailer from a St. Marys business within the last week. The 5x9 trailer with multiple U-Haul stickers on it was

Dana C. Bailey

Dana C. Bailey, 66, of 71 West Warren Road, passed away Monday, October 14, 2013 at his residence surrounded by his loving family.

Nicholas Gelormini

Smethport - Nicholas A. Gelormini, 74, of Smethport, died Saturday (October 12, 2013) in the Lakeview Senior Care & Living Ctr., Smethport. He was born

Kenneth McCauley

Kenneth A. McCauley, Jr. KANE Kenneth A. "Wally" McCauley, 64, of 130 Greeves Street, passed away Friday (October 11, 2013) at his

No tricks here: Treat guests to a hair-raising Halloween experience

(BPT) – Whether prepping for trick-or-treaters or hosting a party fit for Frankenstein, turning your home into a haunted house can be fun and easy.

Thompson Named to Farm Bill Reauthorization Conference Committee

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson (PA-5) today issued the following statement after being appointed to serve on the bicameral conference committee charged

Passenger in ICU After Crash

A man remains in intensive care in UPMC Hamot in Erie after the car he was a passenger in crashed late Friday night near Turtlepoint.

Tractor Trailer Crash Closes Route 6

A tractor trailer crash spilled diesel fuel on Route 6 in Liberty Township, closing the road between Port Allegany and Smethport for several hours. Police

Kenneth M. Johnson

Kenneth M. Johnson, 89, of Smethport, formerly of Clermont, passed away on Sunday, October 13, 2013 at the Lakeview Senior Care and Living Center, Smethport.

Photographer of new Kinzua Bridge coffee table book to speak at Pitt-Bradford

BRADFORD, Pa. – Ed Bernik, photographer for the newly published coffee table picture book “The Great Kinzua Bridge” will speak at the University of Pittsburgh

See Pictures Of Giant Trash Pile Along West Corydon Street

This was the trash pile along West Corydon Street. “it took 2 trash trucks and 8 garbage men to get most of the garbage removed there is

Josephine W. "Jo" Jones

Josephine W. "Jo" Jones, 93, formerly of 43 Pearl Street, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, October 14, 2013 at the

Helen Baker

Port Allegany- Helen M. Baker, 92, of, Port Allegany, died Sunday (October 13, 2013) in the UPMC Hamot, Erie, PA She was born Apr 13, 1921

Victoria "Vicki" Barnes Parrish

Victoria A. Barnes Parrish MT. JEWETT Victoria "Vicki" Barnes Parrish, 57, of 11 Maple Lane, Mt. Jewett, passed away Friday (October 11,

Northwest Saving Supports Youth Programs

Northwest Savings Bank has contributed $7,500 to the Potter County Education Council in support of educational programs for youth in Potter, McKean, and Cameron Counties.

Proposal to Raise Speed Limit on PA Interstates, Turnpike

Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati (R-Jefferson) issued the following statement regarding his proposal to increase the maximum speed limit on Pennsylvania interstate highways and

PA Welfare EBT Problems NOT Due To Government Shutdown

Problems with EBT cards across the country are not related to government funding, according to a spokesperson with Governor Tom Corbett’s office. NBC10 received dozens of

Pa. joins 46 states in $30 million multi-state settlement reached on allegations of deceptive advertising and enrollment in discount clubs

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced that Pennsylvania has joined 46 states and the District of Columbia in a $30 million settlement with

VIDEO: Pine Acres Country Club

Pianist Albert Kim to perform free Noon Tunes concert at Pitt-Bradford

BRADFORD, Pa. – American pianist Albert Kim will give a free Noon Tunes concert Oct. 15 at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford as part

City of Bradford Police Log for 10/11/13

City of Bradford Police on Friday investigated thefts on Lincoln, Jackson and Tibbetts avenues and on East Main Street. They also got calls complaints about

Samuel C. Alexander

Samuel C. Alexander, 83, of 665 Derrick Road, passed away Thursday, October 10, 2013, at his daughter's residence in Rixford.

Lawyer Tries Again to Have Trial Moved

After three weeks of jury selection in the Anthony Taglianetti murder trial only six people have been chosen, and Taglianetti’s lawyer says the trial should

Kane Woman Charged for Crash That Killed Her Daughter, Nephew

The Kane woman involved in an accident that killed six people – including her daughter and nephew – is now charged with six counts of

Police Looking for Maroon Car

Police are looking for a maroon car that caused another car and a van to collide on Johnsonburg Road near the St. Marys city line.

Sacherich, Frank R.

Frank R. "Sonny" Sacherich, 72, of 549 Smithfield Avenue, Kane, died Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 at The Lutheran Home at Kane, where he had

Eugenia Turay

Virginia Turay KANE Virginia Turay, 87, of 130 Greeves Street, passed away Thursday (October 10, 2013) at Kane Community Hospital.

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