Archive for: October, 2014

Man Pleads to Sharing Child Porn

A man has pleaded guilty to sharing child pornography online. 19-year-old Christian Imperial of Warren is accused of having media files on his computer that

Man Charged for Stealing Electricity

A man who apparently wasn’t happy that his electricity had been shut off, decided to re-connect it himself. Police say Tri-County Electric shut off power

K9 Officer Finds Suspect Who Fled

Sheriff’s deputies had to work a little harder than they had planned when issuing several warrants to a Stockton man. They say 22-year-old Spencer ...

Pitt-Bradford to hold open house

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s office of admissions will hold an open house Nov. 1. The open house is designed to

‘Haunted House of Hip Hop’ Halloween Show

By Lian BunnySBU '17 ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y., Oct. 22, 2014 — The St. Bonaventure University Hip Hop Team has announced its Halloween show, “Haunted House

Embezzler Sent to State Prison

The woman who embezzled more than $100,000 from a Cattaraugus County business has been sentenced to three to six years in state prison. 41-year-old Christina

Fourth Person Pleads Not Guilty to Gang Assault

A fourth person – this time a woman – has not pleaded guilty to taking part in a gang assault in Salamanca this past winter.

Woman Accused of Kicking Cops Waives Hearings

A woman accused of assaulting Bradford police officers twice in a little over a month has waived preliminary hearings in both cases. City ...

Emanuel Lutheran Church to Hold ‘A Celebration of Church Organ Music’

The music of this Sunday night will be provided by four gifted organists at the Emanuel Lutheran Church. The church’s annual “A Celebration of Church

Baily’s Beads, YWCA co-sponsor poetry contest for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s student literary magazine, Baily’s Beads, and the Bradford YWCA are sponsoring a poetry contest to spotlight

Five Pa. fireworks sellers caught in undercover consumer protection sweep

Five Pa. fireworks sellers caught in undercover consumer protection sweepHARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced today that her office has taken action against five businesses throughout

City of Bradford Police Log 10/20 to 10/21/14

City of Bradford Police are investigating two sexual assaults reported on Monday – one on Rochester Street; the other on Chautauqua Place. We’ll have more

PSP: Man Wrote Bad Checks to Hertz

A Bradford man is facing charges for writing nearly $2,000 worth of bad checks to Hertz at Bradford Regional Airport. State police say 60-year-old John

Child Porn Charges Bound to McKean County Court

Charges against the Bradford man accused by the state attorney general’s office of having dozens of images of child pornography have been bound to McKean

Limestone Woman Gets Conditional Discharge

The Town of Carrollton’s former town clerk who stole more than $3,000 was given a conditional discharge during sentencing in Cattaraugus County Court. 57-year...

Man Headed to State Prison for Police Chase

A man who took Salamanca police on a chase that ended in a crash that seriously injured him and his two passengers will spend the

Professional performance of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ at Pitt-Bradford Oct. 29

BRADFORD, Pa. – A theatrical production based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” comes to the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

Grant Money OK’d for Hanley Park Project

The City of Bradford has received $75,000 in grant money for installation of the Hanley Park Trail and Fitness Area. The project is the final

Car Hits Mail Boxes, Utility Pole

A car hit a utility pole in St. Marys this morning after its brakes went out and the driver tried to avoid going ...

Two Sentenced for ANF Pot-Growing Operation

Two men have been sentenced for growing marijuana on the Allegheny National Forest. 59-year-old William Kamholz of Frewsburg was sentenced in federal court to time

Serious Injuries in Potter County Crash

An Emporium man was seriously hurt in a one-vehicle crash Saturday on Cowley Hill Road in Potter County. Police say a pickup truck driven by

Brookville Bomb Threat Suspects Arrested

Multiple suspects have been arrested in connection with recent bomb threats made at the Brookville Area High School. Brookville Area School District Superintendent Dr. Robin

‘Kirkin O’ the Tartans’ Planned for Sunday

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

Doreen Frontino

Doreen Frontino, 89, formerly of 91 Hedgehog Lane, passed away, Wednesday, October 15, 2014, at The Pavilion at BRMC.

Anna Mae Wells

Anna Mae Wells, 81, of 213 Jackson Ave., passed away Friday, October 17, 2014 at UPMC Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh.

Man Waives Hearing on Child Porn Charges

A 21-year-old man who sent naked pictures of himself to a girl younger than 18 has waived his preliminary hearing on child pornography charges. Jacob

City of Bradford Police Log 10/17 to 10/19/14

City of Bradford Police over the weekend investigated a theft on Mechanic Street and possible drug possession on Congress Street. They were called to domestic

Two Thefts in Hector Township

Police are investigating two thefts in Hector Township in Potter County that happened sometime between September 1 and last Monday. A Yamaha 90 dirt bike

Car Hits Sign on Route 219

No one was hurt in an accident late Saturday afternoon on Route 219 in Lafayette Township. Police say a car driven by 54-year-old Cynthia Abrams

Attorney General Kane urges Congressional support of legislation to prevent online sex trafficking of children

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kane today urged members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee to support legislation that would help prevent children from being trafficked

Tori Spelling Drops Shocking Confession to Dean McDermott: "I Feel Like I’m Pregnant"

It's the moment we've been waiting for: Could Tori Spelling actually be pregnant again? With four young kids and a rocky relationship with husband Dean McDermott,

Pitt-Bradford plans evening admissions events for nontraditional and transfer students

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will hold evening admissions information sessions for nontraditional-age prospective students and those considering transferring to Pitt-Bradford.

Recent child predator arrests highlight continual need for cyber safety awareness

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the recent arrests of six men on unrelated charges as part of ongoing efforts to target the online

Pickup Truck Hits House in Wilcox

A pickup truck hit – and went into – a house this morning in Wilcox. Police say the truck driven by 22-year-old Kelsey Bowley of

PSP: Bike Rider was Under the Influence

A “known male juvenile” is facing charges for riding his bike while under the influence. Police say he was riding his bike on the wrong

City of Bradford Police Log for 10/15/14

City of Bradford Police are investigating a report sexual assault on East Avenue. They also looked into a possible drug act violation on Marion ...

Operating Deficit Necessitates Closure of The Salvation Army Kane Thrift Store

With operating costs outpacing revenues, The Bradford Salvation Army has made the difficult decision to close the Thrift Store located at 28 Fraley Street in

Fall admissions open houses planned at Pitt-Bradford

BRADFORD, Pa – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Office of Admissions will host its first fall open house of the year on Saturday, Oct.

Rixford Man Waives Hearing

A man who had been banned from attending Otto-Eldred school activities but was arrested after attending two sporting events earlier this month has waived his

Third Man in Court for Gang Assault Charges

A third man has pleaded not guilty to taking part in a gang assault in Salamanca this past winter. William Larkin of Steamburg is...

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