Archive for: March, 2015

Microsoft’s Surface 3: Stuck in the middle between work and play?

The next version of the Surface is meant to compete with midtier tablets priced around $500. But does it deliver too little, too late?

Pitt-Bradford Raises $20 Million in Campaign; Exceeds Campaign Goal By More Than $2 Million

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford not only reached its $17.5 million campaign goal -- the most successful fundraising campaign in the university’s 51-year history

Bradford Firefighters 2015 Annual Easter Egg Hunt

****ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT**** Easter is quickly approaching. We at the Bradford City Firefighters IAFF Local 655 would like to invite you to our Annual

Paul Berg For Mayor Of Bradford – Platform and ideas to better the city of Bradford

Paul Berg and his best friend Thor
Paul Berg and his best friend Thor; Platform: 1. The city

Anne Poklar

Anne M. Poklar KANE Anne M. Poklar, 90, of 85 Massachusetts Avenue, James City, died Thursday morning (March 26, 2015) at Kane

Patricia Benson

MT JEWETT Patricia Louise Benson died and entered into life eternal on March 25, 2015. She was the daughter of Harry Albert and Katherine Margaret (Hagen)

DEP Declares Drought Watch for 27 Pennsylvania Counties Including McKean and Potter

Despite the recent surge of surface water caused by snow melt, parts of the state have below-average groundwater levels. The lack of groundwater recharge has

Dan Woods to run for McKean County Sheriff

I, Daniel Woods, would like to take this opportunity to announce my intention to run for McKean County Sheriff in the upcoming May primary election

A personal message to my community From: Kim Benjamin

You Should Know Their Names A personal message to my community. From: Kim Benjamin Today is a bit of an anniversary. Just four short weeks

Attorney General Kane’s office launches UPMC, Highmark helpline to assist consumers

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced her office has launched a toll-free helpline through which designated staff will act as an intermediary between consumers and

Attorney General Kane: Canadian man traveled to Harrisburg for sex with teenage ‘boy’

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of a Canadian man charged with trying to arrange a sexual rendezvous in the Harrisburg area

Pitt-Bradford production of ‘LEAR’ presents classic topic in new ways

BRADFORD, Pa. — The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s production of “LEAR” aims to explore new territory on an age-old topic: dealing with the decline

Editor of Conde Nast Traveller to speak at Pitt-Bradford Commencement

BRADFORD, Pa. — Divia Thani Daswani, a University of Pittsburgh at Bradford alumna who launched India’s leading luxury travel magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, and serves

Attorney General Kane reminds residents of important hotlines during Sunshine Week

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today reminded Commonwealth residents that her office can assist with a variety of criminal, civil and consumer issues and that it

Guy Wolfe

Guy R. Wolfe KANE Guy R. Wolfe, 58, of 15 Massachusetts Avenue, James City, passed away Monday (March 16, 2015) at UPMC

State Police Looking for Equine Donations

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania State Police is once again looking for a few good horses. The force’s 26-horse mounted patrol unit is seeking donations

2014 McKean County Raceway Banquet

The 2014 McKean County Raceway Banquet on Sunday, March 8, 2015! – YouTube video posted by RedneckRaceChasers

Senate Republicans Oppose Wolf Administration’s Mandate on School Districts

(HARRISBURG) – The Wolf Administration is overreaching its executive power by mandating that Pennsylvania school districts provide the Department of Education with reporting of how

Pa. to receive $90,000 in Daiichi Sankyo kickback settlement

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced Pennsylvania will receive $90,000 following a settlement the federal government and the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units

Pitt-Bradford to hold 29th annual Career Fair on Tuesday, March 24th

BRADFORD, Pa. – Representatives of 35 employers will be on hand at the annual Career Fair next week at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

Pitt-Bradford receives $10,000 NEA grant for family celebration of the arts

BRADFORD, Pa. — The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is one of 163 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive a $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts

Kevin Causer

Kevin P. Causer KANE Kevin Paul Causer, 48, of 11 S. Elk Avenue, died Sunday (March 15, 2015) of injuries sustained in

Mother charged with abusing special needs son, conspiring with boyfriend to commit Medicaid fraud

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced Medicaid fraud charges against a caregiver and his girlfriend for using her special needs son to commit Medicaid fraud.

2 men found with suspected child pornography after investigations by Child Predator Section

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of two men accused of possessing child pornography. The arrests were made after separate investigations by the

Man charged with sex related crimes

City Police have charged Aaron Nazario with sex related crimes in connection with an incident that happened on 03/12/15. A victim reported being assaulted and

Empty Bowls dinner slated to raise hunger awareness

BRADFORD, Pa. — The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will host the 10th Empty Bowls and Baskets Dinner of homemade soup and bread to raise

Police Reports Head On Crash And Burglary on East Ave

City Police responded to assist Foster Twp with an accident. Once Police arrived, it was found to be in the City. Police found that the

Pitt-Bradford to hold spring outdoors classes

BRADFORD, Pa. — The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is holding several classes this spring to help local residents get more from the great outdoors.

Boil water advisory has been lifted

The following is a message from the Bradford City Water Authority. …. As a customer of the Bradford City Water Authority, you were notified on

Consumer Advisory: Monitoring credit scores can ensure good credit, prevent ID theft

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today encouraged consumers to keep a careful watch over their credit scores, especially if they intend to make any large

Undercover investigation leads to arrest of suspected child predator

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of a Centre County man as part of ongoing efforts to target the online sharing and

Two Die in Potter County Fire

A Potter County couple died in a house fire this morning in Bingham Township. State police say at 6 a.m. a passing motorist saw the

Veronica “Hubby” Carley

Veronica C. "Hubby" Carley KANE Veronica C. "Hubby" Carley, 99, of 121 Clay Street, passed away Monday (March 9, 2015) at her

Radzavich selected for University of Pittsburgh Chancellor’s Award

BRADFORD, Pa. — University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Patrick Gallagher has selected Sharie Radzavich of Bradford as a recipient of the 2015 Chancellor’s Award for Staff

Mayor, Council Salaries to Increase

Bradford City Council has voted to raise the salaries of the mayor city council members and city controller for 2016. Mayor Tom Riel did not

Consumer Advisory: Attorney General Kane warns of travel scams

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today warned consumers planning spring and summer vacations to be wary of travel-related scams."Con artists frequently adjust their methods and find

Lilly Ledbetter to visit Pitt-Bradford for Women’s History Month

BRADFORD, Pa. – Lilly Ledbetter, who inspired the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, will speak at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford later this month

Pitt-Bradford receives national advertising award for freshman orientation handbook

BRADFORD, Pa. — The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has received a Gold Award in the 2014 national Collegiate Advertising Awards program, which recognizes colleges

Mary “Norie” Dougherty

Mary Lanor Dougherty KANE Mary Lanor "Norie" Dougherty, 83, a lifelong Kane resident, passed away Tuesday (March 3, 2015) at

Attorney General Kane announces charges against 12 in Dr. David Wait diversion case

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced charges against 12 in a prescription drug scheme in which Dr. David Wait wrote more than 400 fraudulent prescriptions
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