Archive for: February, 2015

Charges Against Mother Accused of Breaking Baby’s Leg Bound to Court

Charges against a Bradford woman who admitted to breaking her 15-month-old daughter’s leg have been bound to McKean County Court following ...

Property Maintenance Office Introduced, Explained

Bradford City Council – and a standing room only crowd made up mostly of area landlords – heard about Bradford’s new Property Maintenance office before

Pitt-Bradford plans seminar on new OSHA hazard communications standards

BRADFORD, Pa. — Pitt-Bradford will hold a seminar next week on OSHA’s Globally Harmonized System. The seminar will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30

Attorney General Kane joins national fight against synthetic drug sales

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane and attorneys general from 42 other states and territories are calling on nine gas station and convenience store retailers to forbid

Attorney General Kane establishes Office of Military and Veterans Affairs

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced that she has established an Office of Military and Veterans Affairs to meet the needs of veterans and military

Limestone Man Pleads to Child Sex Charges

A Limestone man has pleaded guilty to promoting a sexual performance by a child and unlawful surveillance. Prosecutors say the first case against 36-year-old Billy

Man Admits to Having Child Pornography

A 68-year-old Salamanca man has admitted to child pornography charges. Prosecutors say Wayne Gilman had child porn in Salamanca between January 23, 2010, and ...

City of Bradford Police Log for 2/09/15

City of Bradford Police dealt with several motor vehicle accidents throughout the city on Monday. They were also called about harassment on...

Governor Tom Wolf Launches Medicaid Expansion in Pennsylvania

Harrisburg – Governor Tom Wolf today announced Pennsylvania’s transition to a simple traditional Medicaid expansion plan. “Today is the first step toward simplifying a complicated

PennDOT Driver License, Photo Centers Closed for Presidents Day

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

Pitt-Bradford to offer Windows 8 overview classes in St. Marys and Bradford

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will offer Windows 8 overview classes in St. Marys and Bradford to explain how to operate

City of Bradford Police Log for 2/07 and 2/08/15

Besides the slashed tires on Park Street, City of Bradford Police over the weekend arrested someone on Main Street on a drug charge, looked into

Clearing Fire Hydrants

Bradford Township Volunteer Fire Department has reached out to the public for assistance with clearing fire hydrants within their neighborhood. ...

Child Predator Section arrests two on unrelated charges of child pornography

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of two Pennsylvania men on unrelated charges of child pornography. The latest arrests occurred over the

Live Mas in Bradford; Taco Bell Coming to Town in 2016

We won’t have to cross the border anymore to eat at Taco Bell. The restaurant chain is moving to Bradford next year. They hope to

Fatal House Fire in Catt County

A person died in a house fire in Cattaraugus County Thursday morning. The county fire investigation team and state police say the person was found

Fatal Crash in Cameron County

A West Virginia man is dead following a two-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Route 120 in Cameron County. State police say a car driven by

Man Dead, Children Hurt in Clearfield Co. Crash

Several pre-schoolers suffered minor injuries, and a St. Marys man is dead after his car hit a school bus Thursday afternoon in Clearfield...

Attorney General Kane advises consumers following Anthem data breach

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane is again encouraging consumers to be proactive in protecting their financial security in the wake of news that another major

Pitt-Bradford symposium to examine possible link between obesity and depression

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will hold a behavioral and social sciences symposium next week to examine whether there is a

Singer-songwriter Ade Adu to play lunchtime concert at Pitt-Bradford on

1pitt-ade-adunkdjhbfkjdhhfkfrdhghcd_optBRADFORD, Pa. -- Buffalo, N.Y., native Ade Adu will give a free Noon Tunes concert Tuesday, Feb. 10,

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Bradford Police responded to Cornen Street for a disturbance

(Bradford) Police responded to Cornen Street for a disturbance. Police found a female had broken out several windows in her house. Police learned that the

Bradford Police remind drivers to use caution on snowy roads

(Bradford) City Police have responded to 7 motor vehicle accidents since the snow started two day ago. Police remind drivers to use caution on snowy

Causer Reintroduces Tax Fairness Measures

HARRISBURG – Continuing his commitment to supporting rural Pennsylvania, Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) has reintroduced legislation to ensure rural communities and taxpayers get their fair

Roadway Refreezing Possible; PennDOT Reminds Motorists to use Caution

Clearfield– With temperatures expected to drop and cause potential refreezing on roadways, PennDOT today reminded motorists to be alert to changing road and weather conditions

Health Careers Job Fair Planned at Pitt-Bradford on Feb. 9, 2015

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will hold a Health Careers Job Fair next week on campus. Representatives of 20 organizations will

Shuttle Schedule Announced for 3rd Annual Bradford Brewfest

Bradford, PA—To help alleviate any parking concerns at this year’s 3rd Annual Bradford Brewfest, organizers at the Bradford Area Chamber of Commerce have...

CASA of McKean County at 80% of Goal

CASA of McKean County Executive Director Kristen Tim and Board President Bob Esch show that the organization has reached 80 percent of its $150,000

Attorney General Kane announces charges in $1 million Medicaid fraud scheme

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane and the Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services today announced Medicaid fraud and

Bradford Woman Drives Into Lake

A Bradford woman who drove her car into a lake Tuesday afternoon is facing charges. Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s deputies say 55-year-old Kathleen Poland was traveling

Suspected Meth Maker Missing

A man scheduled to go on trial next week for running a meth lab in a public housing unit is missing, and is now at

Man Jailed for Home Invasion

A man is in jail for a home invasion late last month in Chautauqua County. Sheriff’s deputies say that around 8:20 p.m. on January 24

Arlington Hotel’s License Revoked

The Arlington Hotel’s hotel liquor license has been revoked. State police say the business at 15 Fraley Street in Kane is not a bona fide

Pitt-Bradford faculty present papers, publish during fall term

BRADFORD, Pa. – Faculty at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford presented papers, received accolades, published book chapters and took part in other academic work

Pitt-Bradford offering FAFSA completion nights

BRADFORD, Pa—The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Financial Aid staff will offer free FAFSA completion workshops in Warren and Bradford this month. The Warren event

In Cattaraugus County Court …

A Duke Center man has pleaded guilty to failing to register as a sex offender. Prosecutors say on December 12 38-year-old Walter Randall changed his

Cops: Warren Woman Broke Infant’s Leg

A woman is in jail after being accused of breaking her infant’s leg and then waiting nearly a week to take him to the hospital.

Attorney General Kane says $21.5 million coming to Pa. in Standard & Poor’s settlement

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced today that Pennsylvania, 18 other states, the District of Columbia, and the federal government have reached a $1.375 billion settlement

‘Bigger, Better’ First Night Bradford to Return

The First Night Bradford Committee is excited to announce that on Friday, January 16th, the final reinstatement paperwork was sent out for the 501(c)3 and

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