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Two people charged with animal cruelty after horses found "chronically underfed"
Andrew Filer, 55, and Linda Hawkins, 43, face charges for "failure to provide care and proper food to a confined animal" under New York State Agriculture and Market law.
Rock the Park on July 20 at Allegany State Park
At 5 p.m., park naturalists will host an “Ask the Naturalist” program featuring several interactive nature displays including a nature-themed photo booth. A sandcastle building contest will take place at 6 p.m. Participants should sign up at the “Ask the Naturalist” table in the Grand Room. Also sta
Police reports 7/20/18: Westons Mills fire officials give more Monday crash details
According to an Olean police report Tuesday, a fire truck from Westons Mills struck a utility pole on Front Street at 11:02 p.m. near the intersection with First Avenue, shearing it off at the base. The truck then skidded along the concrete dike and struck another utility pole, also shearing it off
A year ago, four tornadoes struck WNY, but could it happen again?
A year ago today, the day started with the federal Storm Prediction Centerincludingmuch of Western New York in an area it considered under a "slight" risk for severe weather, with a 2 percent chance for a tornado and a 15 percent chance for damaging wind and hail.
Two arraigned on assault allegations in Bradford
Matthew S. Bundy, 27, of 35 Lake Circle Drive, Bradford, and Mitchell K. Schillinger, 24, of 19 Mechanic St., upper apartment, Bradford, were each arraigned before District Judge Dominic Cercone.
Two charged in Cattaraugus County for mistreatment of four horses
Two people were charged with animal cruelty, accused of failing to properly feed and care for four horses, the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office reports.
A comprehensive guide to a busy weekend in Olean and beyond
In one of the busiest weekends of the summer, the area will play host to such community mainstays as (from left) theGreat Wellsville Balloon Rally,Taste of Olean,St. John’s Church Festival and theMarvin “Joe” CurryVeterans Pow Wow.Olean Times Herald file photos
Salamanca schools to again serve students free meals
“It’s been great,” said Karen Magara, Assistant Superintendent for Finance & Operations. “It seems like every year the number of students who are participating goes up.”
Business owner elated with reopening of South Nine Mile
Ted John, owner of Elmer’s Smoke Shop on South Nine Mile Road in the town of Allegany, was happy the highway in front of his rural shop reopened this week after a six-month closure.Kate Day Sager/Olean Times Herald
Conewango Man Faces Multiple Charges Following Alleged Sexual Assault at Jamestown Laundromat
City police say 31-year-oldDennis Park Jr.was charged with Criminal Sex Act – 1st degree, Unlawful Imprisonment – 2nd degree, Criminal Possession of a Weapon – 3rd degree, Menacing – 2nd degree, Criminal Obstruction of Breathing, and Forcible Touching.
Westons Mills fire tanker wrecks in Olean on way to lightning strike call
OLEAN — Enroute to an emergency call in Hinsdale after lightning struck a house, a Westons Mills Volunteer Fire Department tanker truck took out multiple poles along Front Street Monday night, plunging some areas into darkness.
Arson charges against Port Allegany woman bound to court
Mindy L. Logue, 58, appeared for a preliminary hearing Monday before District Judge William Todd for charges of arson-danger of bodily injury, a first-degree felony; arson-endangering property, a second-degree felony; two counts of reckless burning or exploding and one count of criminal mischief, al
Police reports 7/17/18: Wellsville man faces felony drug charge
Chad M. Mulholland, 48, of Wellsville, was charged by Wellsville police with criminal possession of precursors of methamphetamine, a class E felony.
Former Allegany-Limestone principal has teaching, administrator certifications revoked
An official with the New York State Department of Education confirmed Tuesday that Timothy McMullen, former suspended principal of Allegany-Limestone Middle School, had his teaching and school administrator licenses revoked.
Salamanca school administrator reinstated after five-month leave
The Salamanca Press learned in February administrator Lloyd Long, according to multiple sources, had been placed on leave due to allegations of misconduct on or around Jan. 31, 2018.
Arcade woman charged with DWI with 13-year-old in car
Beth A. Fleischman, 39, of Arcade, was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated with a child passenger younger than 16 and driving while intoxicated.
Body found in pond confirmed to be missing Warren County man
SHERMAN, NY — A body found late last week in Sherman was that of missing Warren County man Sven Blumquist, the New York State Police confirmed Tuesday.
Kingsmen member pleads in RICO case involving Delevan/Arcade clubhouse activity
A member of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy Tuesday in Buffalo federal court in a case stemming from drug trafficking out of the KMC’s Delvan/Arcade chapter clubhouse.Jack Wood, 47, of Buffalo, pleaded before U.S. District Judge Elizabeth A. Wolford, according
Come Back to Olean barbecue returns
The annual Come Back to Olean barbecue, held in War Veterans Park, attracted a large crowd in 2017. This year’s event will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday in War Veterans and is open to all African-American residents as well as Olean residents and former residents of the community.Photo prov
Bradford man arraigned on rape charges
Christopher R. Yohe, 28, was arrested last week by Somerset-based state police, then arraigned Thursday before District Judge Richard Luther.