Archive for: June, 2014

After the Crash, Grim Snowpiercer and Its Trains Keep Grinding Along

It's kind of happy-sad, like watching a kid you knew as a toddler graduate from high school: Chris Evans, seemingly destined to be a boy

The Race to Dominate Digital Health Heats Up

The battle to own digital health will escalate this week with Google expected to introduce a service to collect data from fitness trackers and apps.

USA’s New Soccer Star: ‘We Don’t Have to Be Scared’ of Germany

Jermaine Jones, Team USA’s new soccer star, talks to TODAY about the next match, against Germany.

USA’s New Soccer Star on Germany: ‘We Don’t Have to Be Scared’

Jermaine Jones, Team USA’s new soccer star, talks to TODAY about the next match, against Germany.

Mishic, Doris L.

Doris L. Mishic, 88, formerly of 2 Greeves Street, Kane, died Friday afternoon at The Lutheran Home at Kane. Arrangements are incomplete

Book edited by Pitt-Bradford librarian explores internationalism in children’s series

BRADFORD, Pa. – A new book coedited by Marietta Frank, director of Hanley Library at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, explores how internationalism is

Father Interferes in Son’s Traffic Stop

A Cattaraugus County man trying to keep his son out of trouble got himself into it. State police say they stopped Chad Perrington for speeding

McGuire, Gertrude H. “Gertie”

Gertrude H. "Gertie" McGuire, 91, of 145 Elk Avenue, Kane, died early Wednesday evening, June 18, 2014 at the Kane Community Hospital after a brief

Attorney General Kane takes legal action to protect consumers from deceptive marketing of electric rates

Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced that the Bureau of Consumer Protection and the Office of Consumer Advocate have filed joint complaints against five

Commonwealth Sues Major Oil Companies for Environmental Damage Inflicted on Pennsylvania’s Natural Resources

Attorneys representing the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania filed separate lawsuits in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas today, seeking relief for the widespread pollution and harm

Charges Related to Euclid Avenue Crash Bound to McKean County Court

Charges against the Bradford man who was driving a car that crashed on Euclid Avenue in March injuring six people, three seriously, have been bound...

One Dead, One Critically Injured in Chautauqua County Double Shooting

Police are investigating what appears to be an attempted murder and suicide in Chautauqua County. Sheriff’s deputies got a 9-1-1 call saying a woman with

Accused Bath Salts Seller Waives Hearing

One of the alleged bath salt sellers who was picked up last week after the car she was in broke down in Kane has waived

‘Listening Tour’ Visits Bradford

Anne Gingerich, Pennsylvania Association of NonProfit Organizations (PANO) New Executive Director, visited with Leaders from Local-Nonprofit Organizations on Wednesday at the Ashley Booth Griffin CARE

VIDEO: Bradford Black Ops Airsoft Movie

Bradford PA airsoft team. Youtube video by Jason Colley

Committee Hears Testimony on Causer Snowmobile-ATV Funding Bill

HARRISBURG – Legislation to bring fairness and accountability to the collection and distribution of funds for ATV- and snowmobile-riding opportunities in the Commonwealth was the

Route 321 improvements to bring detour in McKean County

Kane – Work to rehabilitate a section of Route 321 in McKean County will feature a detour, starting Tuesday, June 24. The detour is necessary

City of Bradford Police Log for 6/18/14

City of Bradford Police are investigating a sexual assault that was reported this morning on Clinton Street. Police also investigating an assault on Davis Street,

Salamanca Man Pleads Not Guilty

A man has pleaded not guilty in connection to a police chase and crash that seriously injured him and his two passengers. 30-year-old Matthew Redeye

Leadership McKean Celebrates New Graduates

Leadership McKean honored the graduates of its 2013-14 class on Friday at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Throughout the year, program participants focused on

Man Wanted on Sex Charges Still Missing

The investigation is continuing into the disappearance of a Jamestown man who hasn't been seen since May 14, and is wanted for corruption of minors

National Council on Techer Quality places Pitt-Bradford secondary education program on top-ranked list

BRADFORD, Pa. – The National Council on Teacher Quality has given the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s secondary education program “Top Ranked” status – a

Absconder Charges Bound to Court

Charges against one of the Buffalo men convicted of dealing drugs in McKean County a couple of years ago were bound to court following a

Bradford Man Pleads Guilty in Catt County

A Bradford man has pleaded guilty in Cattaraugus County Court to having sex with a child. 27-year-old Anival Otero Jr. had sexual contact with a

Pitt-Bradford plans classes on healthy eating

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will hold two classes this summer focused on healthier cooking and food choices. “What’s for Dinner?”

Firefighters Called for ‘Aircraft Emergency’

Lafayette Township firefighters were called to Bradford Regional Airport at about 4:45 this afternoon for an “aircraft emergency.” The McKean County 911 Center tells WESB

Woman Jailed After Toll Plaza Incident

A woman who didn’t have enough money to pay a toll on the Thruway in Chautauqua County now has more problems than not having any

Deadline to Apply for Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program Extended

HARRISBURG – The deadline to apply for the state’s 2013 Property Tax/Rent Rebate program is being extended from June 30 to Dec. 31, Rep. Martin

Pitt-Bradford military science program has doubled in last decade

BRADFORD, Pa. -- Dozens of University of Pittsburgh at Bradford students are learning that one class can

Police Looking for Dangerous Car Thief

Police are looking for a man wanted in connection to an assault and for stealing a car this morning in Warren. 28-year-old Michael Anderson is

Mosquito Spraying in Eldred, Kane Areas

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will apply treatments the evenings of Tuesday, June 17 in Eldred Borough and Eldred Township and Wednesday, June 18

City of Bradford Police Log for 6/16/14

City of Bradford Police on Monday investigated a theft and a motor vehicle accident on Boylston Street, and a hit & run on Congress Street.

VIDEO: Bent Run Waterfalls in the Allegheny National Forest

Youtube video by stony1269

Theodore Holmes

Theodore F. Holmes KANE Theodore "Fred" Holmes, 67, 0f 206 Park Avenue, passed away suddenly on Sunday (June 15, 2014)

Unlucky Friday the 13th for Kersey Man

It was an unlucky Friday the 13th for a Kersey man. 32-year-old Traves Singer told police 34-year-old Steven Gnan Jr. of Ridgway slashed his tire

Muller Scores Three, Germany Clobbers Portugal in World Cup

Thomas Muller scored a hat trick as Germany blistered Portugal, 4-0 in the World Cup opener for both sides. Portugal, which lost defender Pepe to

NY Boy Named the Fastest 10-Year-Old in the World

John Gorevic, a fifth-grader from Rye, N.Y., completed a mile in 5:01, setting a new world record for 10-year-olds.

Gossip Site Wins Appeal of Former Bengals Cheerleader’s Lawsuit

Former Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones sued thedirty.com and its owner, Nik Richie, over graphic posts about her and her ex-husband's sexual history.

Hubble Space Telescope Seeks New Targets for Pluto Probe

The Hubble Space Telescope has begun looking for icy worlds beyond Pluto as part of a fast-moving campaign to help out NASA's New Horizons mission.

Israeli Forces Search for Missing Boys

Tensions in Israel are rising over the apparent kidnapping of three boys from a Jewish settlement in the West Bank. NBC News' Keir Simmons reports.
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