Archive for: September, 2014

Governor Proclaims October as ‘Cyber Security Awareness Month’

Pennsylvanians urged to protect personal information and tech devices Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett has proclaimed October as “Cyber Security Awareness Month” to remind Pennsylvanians

Cruisin’ into Christmas Parade Planning Underway

The Street Dreams Car Club, Bradford Area Chamber of Commerce and our signature sponsor CNB Bank are proud to announce plans for the Sixth Annual

Limestone Man Headed to State Prison

A Limestone man who admitted to stabbing another man multiple times with a knife back in December will spend the next 20 years ...

Local Church to Discuss the “Dark Side” of Spirituality

Usually churches stay away from talking about ghosts, psychics, witchcraft and curses. – Not at Open Arms Community Church in Bradford and Port Allegany, where

More Charges in Sheetz Stabbing

A second person has been charged in connection to a stabbing outside of Sheetz in Port Allegany on September 21. 36-year-old Antwan Cunningham of Coudersport

Ridgway Marine Declared Missing

A Ridgway marine has been declared missing near an island in the Pacific Ocean. Authorities say 26-year-old Donovan Clancy was wading in heavy current off

Police: Huffing Causes Crash

Police say huffing from an aerosol can caused a car crash in Cattaraugus County last month. Troopers say 19-year-old Kyle Frost of Arcade lost control

Cecelia Wanda Maben

Cecelia Wanda Maben, beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother and sister, 86, formerly of 39 Pearl St., passed away Thursday, September 25, 2014, at The Pavilion

John Hulings

John "Tyke" Hulings, 77, of 126 West Virginia Ave, James City, died Friday afternoon, in James City at the home of his daughter. He

George Swanson

George M. "Bud" Swanson MT. JEWETT George M. "Bud" Swanson, 82, of 5 Oberg Avenue, Mt. Jewett, passed away Sunday (September 28,

Woman Dies in One-Vehicle Crash

A Ripley woman is dead following a one-vehicle crash at just afternoon midnight last night in French Creek. Police say 52-year-old Brenda McClelland was on

Pitt-Bradford to host arts exhibit for Disabilities Awareness Month

BRADFORD, Pa. - Starlight Studio and Art Gallery in Buffalo, N.Y., will hold an arts exhibit at the University of

EVENT: Local Church Celebrates Anniversary of Two Locations

Open Arms Community churches of Bradford and Port Allegany are celebrating their anniversaries with a picnic and bonfire Oct. 5 at the Otto Township Pavilion

Domestic Incident Spills to Woman’s Workplace

A domestic incident spilled into a woman’s workplace when her estranged husband threatened to kill her and three other people. Court papers say Anthony Hornung

Allegany Man Jailed After Domestic

A domestic incident has landed an Allegany man in jail. State Police charged George Burlingame with criminal possession of a weapon with intent to use

Cash, Jewelry Stolen From Home

Someone stole cash and jewelry from a Genesee home last week. Police say sometime between 10 o’clock Wednesday morning and 1:30 that afternoon a burglar

Vehicle Stolen From Kightlinger’s

Someone stole a vehicle from Kightlinger Motors in Coudersport over the weekend. Police say the vehicle was taken between Saturday night and Sunday morning, and

7-Year-Old Girl Hurt in Motorcycle Crash

A seven-year-old girl was hurt when she was thrown off the motorcycle she was a passenger on. Police say the bike was on Route 46

Teen Suffers Broken Leg at Rock City

A teenager suffered a broken leg after falling from a rock at Rock City Park late Sunday afternoon. Allegany firefighters say two teen boys were

Annual ‘Dig Pink’ Volleyball Game Thursday

On Thursday the Bradford Area High School volleyball team will join thousands of teams from around the country participating in this year's Side-Out Foundation's Dig

SPCA Bake Sale; Saturday, October 4th, from 9am until 1pm

NEXT Saturday, October 4th, from 9am until 1pm, at the Taylor Roofing parking lot, we will be having a baked goods sale to benefit the

October 6 is Deadline to Register to Vote in Pennsylvania

Harrisburg – Secretary of the Commonwealth Carol Aichele today reminded Pennsylvanians that Monday, Oct. 6, is the last day to register to vote for the

James A. Luciano

James A. Luciano, 81 of Bradford, passed away on Friday, September 26, 2014 at the Bradford Ecumenical Home. He was born on July 25, 1933

Hoax Bomb Threat at Fretz

A hoax bomb threat evacuated Fretz Middle School for a short time this morning. Bradford Area School District Assistant Superintendent Sam Johnson tells WESB someone

PHOTOS: BTVFD Pump Practice

This evening for our weekly training, members gathered at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford for pump practice and to ...

Pitt-Bradford professor publishes book on prison education

BRADFORD, Pa. – Dr. Tony Gaskew, associate professor of criminal justice at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, understands the concept of social justice from

Southern Tier Symphony to present ‘Curtain Up!’ at Pitt-Bradford

BRADFORD, Pa. — The Southern Tier Symphony will perform “Curtain Up!” featuring selections from Mozart’s “Magic Flute,” Beethoven’s “Egmont Overture,” and Tchaikovsky’s “Romeo and Juliet,”

PHOENIX Rehabilitation and Health Services Opens at Bradford Mall

Bradley CummingsPHOENIX Rehabilitation and Bradley Cummings, PT, CHT, Join Together to Expand Outpatient Physical Therapy Program in Bradford. (Bradford,

Man Who Stole From Union Sentenced

A man who stole more than $6,000 from his union has been sentenced in federal court to two years’ probation and, although he must pay

Work Zone Speeder Sent to Jail

A man speeding through a work zone without a valid driver’s license is in Cattaraugus County Jail for those and other offenses. 34-year-old Christian Bennett

Felon Who Tried to Buy Gun Waives Hearing

A convicted felon who tried to buy a shotgun at the Foster Brook Walmart in April has waived his preliminary hearing in McKean County Central

Anne M. Bates

Anne M. Bates, 99, formerly of Bradford, passed away Wednesday, September 24, 2014, at Lakeside Beikerch Care Center in Brockport, NY.

Pitt-Bradford named ‘Military Friendly School’ for 6th year

BRADFORD, Pa. – For the sixth year in a row, the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has been named a Military Friendly(r) School by Victory

Ca$h Mob Bradford “hit” the Tin Ceiling Gift Shoppe on Saturday (PHOTOS)

23 mobsters joined in for a total of over $750 in sales! If you couldn’t make it, but still want to support this “shop local”

Scarnati Applauds Passage of Welfare Fraud Prevention Legislation

(HARRISBURG) – Legislation to help combat welfare fraud and abuse has been passed by the Pennsylvania Legislature and signed into law by the Governor, according

“Department of Public Welfare” Has Been Renamed The “Department of Human Services”

Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett signed House Bill 993, officially changing the name of the Department of Public Welfare (DPW) to the Department of Human

Act 89 behind Route 6 Improvements in Kane, other Routes in McKean and Potter Counties

Milling in Kane scheduled tomorrow and Saturday Clearfield – Roadway improvements on Route 6 in Kane as well as other routes in McKean and Potter

Church Plans Groups to Offer Purpose

Open Arms Community Church of Bradford and Port Allegany is launching small groups that will study Pastor Rick Warren’s “What On Earth Am I Here

“Blazing Leaves Bazaar” October 3rd and 4th

The Autumn Foliage is starting to turn, and the Allegheny River Corridor is absolutely beautiful this time of year! Why

Man Jailed for Stabbing at Sheetz

A stabbing outside the Port Allegany Sheetz early Sunday morning has landed a Coudersport man in jail. 36-year-old Antwan Cunningham was arraigned Wednesday night on
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