Archive for: February, 2014

Helen A. McKay

Helen A. McKay, 89, of East Main Street, Bradford, passed away, Saturday, February 8, 2014, peacefully, at her residence.

Church Hosting Spaghetti Dinner

The First Presbyterian Church, 54 East Corydon St., will sponsor a spaghetti dinner on Saturday, March 1, 2014, from 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. in the

Home Destroyed in Early Morning Blaze

Fire destroyed a home in Corydon Township early this morning, and sub-zero temperatures didn’t make battling the blaze any easier. Corydon Township Fire Chief Matt

11 suspected heroin dealers charged following joint investigation in Lancaster City

Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the break-up of a heroin organization, which included 11 suspected drug dealers, allegedly responsible for distributing at least

Attorney General Kane: Budget cuts to public safety will weaken Pennsylvania

Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today testified before the Senate and House Appropriations Committees that her office's allocation in Gov. Corbett's 2014-'15 state budget proposal

Woman in Critical Condition After Crash with School Bus on Monday

An Austin woman is hospitalized in critical condition following a collision with a school bus Monday afternoon on First Fork Road in Potter County. Police

3 McKean County Businesses Awarded DEP Grants

Ayers Enterprises, LLC was Awarded $9,500, C.J. Land Development, LLC was Awarded $4,750 and Zook Motors, Inc. was Awarded $6,216. Governor Corbett Announces Energy-Efficiency, Pollution-Prevention Grants Awarded to

VIDEO: Duke Center, McKean County, Plugging the First Well on the Thomas property

The Thomases have been pleading with officials to stop the flow of oil into the watershed for 1/4 of a century .Plugging began on the

‘Discretion’ for Conservation Officers Now Law

HARRISBURG – Rep. Martin Causer’s (R-Turtlepoint) legislation that clarifies the authority of wildlife and waterways conservation officers to use discretion when enforcing the state’s game,

PennDOT Driver License, Photo Centers Closed for Presidents Day 2014

Driver Licensing, Motor Vehicle Services Available Online Harrisburg – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation today announced that all driver license and photo centers, including its

UWBA Holding Campaign Celebration

The United Way of the Bradford Area is celebrating the successes of the 2013 campaign, and officials are inviting donors to join them on February...

Teen Shoots Teen with Stolen Gun

A 14-year-old from Cyclone was accidentally shot by a 14-year-old from Bradford when the Bradford teen was testing two handguns that were stolen from the

Church to Hold Mobile Food Pantry

A mobile food pantry, sponsored by the Emanuel Lutheran Church and Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania of Erie, will be held on Wednesday,

City of Bradford Police Log for 2/7/14

City of Bradford Police on Friday investigated a report of a sexual assault on Congress Street. They also investigated thefts on Chestnut Street and Cole

George A. Carlough

George A. Carlough Jr., 70 of 13 Mill Street, Bradford, passed away, Friday February 7, 2014 at his residence. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will

United Way AnnouncesCommunity Innovations Funding Recipients

Having completed another successful campaign, officials with the United Way of the Bradford Area announced the first-quarter recipients of the organization’s Community Innovations funding, which

Warning About “One Ring” Phone Scam

Missed a call? DO NOT CALL BACK. How the scam works: Your phone will ring just once – long enough to generate a missed call.

SPCA: Do you know who these babies belong to?


These two gorgeous pups were

Shelley A. Hatch

Shelley A. Hatch, 49, of Bradford, passed away on Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at the Erie County Medical Center, Buffalo, NY. She was born on

PennDOT Offers Tips to Homeowners for a ‘Snow Plow-Friendly’ Mailbox

Clearfield – As we make our way through winter, PennDOT District 2 is reminding homeowners living along state routes to make sure their mailbox is

Harry and Kay Halloran, and Roger R. Laroche, M.D. to be honored at Fourth Annual Spring Swing Gala

Bradford, PA – The Bradford Regional Medical Center Foundation and the Bradford Regional Medical Center Auxiliary which support Bradford Regional Medical Center (BRMC) will hold

Health career job fair at Pitt-Bradford Monday Feb. 10, 2014

BRADFORD, Pa. – The Office of Career Services, department of nursing and Student Nurse Organization will hold a Health Career Job Fair next week on

Fake Trooper Lands in Jail

Impersonating a state trooper has landed a Hinsdale man in jail. Police say 37-year-old Richard Williams Jr. contacted a woman’s employer in Jamestown, attempting to

Former McKean County Man Back in Jail

A former McKean County man, who now lives in Buffalo, has been picked up by US Marshalls on a bench warrant and sent to Cattaraugus

Jealous Arsonist Sent to State Prison

The man who tried to burn down an apartment house because he was jealous that his ex-girlfriend was living with another man has been sentenced

Eldred Man Charged with Vehicular Homicide

Homicide by vehicle charges have been filed against an Eldred man who was driving an SUV that crashed head-on into another vehicle, killing an 8-year-old

Roger Crate

Roger Crate II MT.JEWETT Roger Crate II, 24, of 24 Chestnut Street, Mt. Jewett, passed away Tuesday (February 4, 2014) at his

Richard Arthurs

Richard A. Arthurs MT.JEWETT Richard A. Arthurs, 54, of 2666 Campbelltown Road, passed away Wednesday (February 5, 2014) at UPMC Mercy in

Pennsylvania Traveler Information Enhanced with New 511PA Website, Improved Phone and Alert Systems

Incidents and Construction Now Available For All State Roads Harrisburg – Pennsylvania’s 511PA traveler information system is now providing motorists with better access to traffic

PennDOT Posts Weight Restrictions on Route 146 Bridge in McKean County

Bradford, PA – Effective Feb. 6, PennDOT has posted weight limits on a Route 146 bridge in McKean County. The bridge spans Potato Creek in Norwich

Police Ask for Search Warrant Regarding Sosic; Admitting Privileges Suspended at BRMC

Bradford obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Abaz Sosic has been accused of indecent assault against three women – an intern in his office, a co-worker at

Rod Woodhouse

Rod Woodhouse, 57 a loving husband, father, grandfather, and son, of 557 1/2 Bolivar Dr., passed away Thursday, February 6, 2014, at the Bradford

Edward G. Clancy

Edward G. Clancy, 73, of 2 Wagner Ave., Bradford, passed away Thursday, February 6, 2014 surrounded by his loving family, at his residence.

Attorney General Kane warns of winter storm price gouging and scams

Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today cautioned both Pennsylvania consumers and businesses about price gouging and other weather-related scams after a State of Emergency was

Additional Charges Filed Against Sosic

Additional charges of indecent assault and harassment have been filed against the Bradford doctor charged yesterday with making lewd comments to and inappropriately touching his

City of Bradford Police Log for 2/6/14

City of Bradford Police on Thursday investigated a theft on South Avenue, a motor vehicle accident on East Main Street and an assault on Bushnell

Black History Month features discussions, service and entertainment

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is marking February as Black History Month with a range of events, from a rhythm and

Dr. Sosic Accused of Indecent Assault

A local doctor is facing an indecent assault charge for allegedly making lewd comments to an intern in his office. Misdemeanor charges of indecent assault

Math center supports student academics at Pitt-Bradford

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Mathematics Center had 741 visits during its first semester as tutors worked to help students improve

Tractor-Trailer Crash Near Kane

A tractor-trailer carrying plywood crashed just south of Kane this afternoon and spilled some diesel fuel. Police say the crashed about at about 1:45 p.m.

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