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Allegany County Historical Society asking for contributions
ANDOVER — The Allegany County Historical Center and Museum is looking for help with its plans for interior expansion. A few months ago museum curator Ron Taylor took note of the need to protect some of the documents it receives. Taylor, who is also president of the Allegany County Historical Society
Coudersport man jailed on alleged sexual assault of child
A Coudersport man is in Potter County Jail after he allegedly sexually assaulted a 10-year-old. Michael V. Correa, 51, of 207 N. Main St., Apt. 2, Coudersport, is charged with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, a first-degree felony; corruption of minors and indecent assault of a person less th
Airbnb now charges room taxes in Allegany County
Airbnb has reached an agreement with Allegany County to charge hotel and motel room taxes on Airbnb listings in the county. The short-term rental site began collecting and remitting taxes on Saturday.
Jury selection in overdose death trial set for Jan. 3
COUDERSPORT — Jury selection for a trial against Oakley Mulkin, accused in the May 12, 2016, overdose death of a fellow Shinglehouse man, is set for Jan. 3 in Potter County Court.
Steelers beat up Olean on ice, 8-4
OLEAN — The Dunkirk/Fredonia Steelers defeated the Olean Eagles, 8-4, in Western New York High School Club Hockey League action on Sunday. For the Steelers, it was their third consecutive victory and they are now 3-3-1 on the season.
Tronetti, Lions edge Way-Co late, 66-63
WAYLAND — Joe Tronetti was forced to watch from the sideline the last three games, two of them wild Wellsville wins that went down to the final seconds. Friday night at Wayland-Cohocton, Tronetti returned to the lineup from an ankle injury and promptly starred in another Wellsville thriller.
Trio of doubles-doubles highlight NTL boys slate
PORT ALLEGANY — A.J. Edgell’s double-double led a balanced scoring attack carried Port Allegany to an 88-34 victory over Oswayo Valley in North Tier League basketball action Monday.
First Day Hike slated for Allegany State Park
SALAMANCA, N.Y. — Allegany State Park will conduct its annual First Day Hike from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 1, in order to start the new year off right. The park’s First Day Hike offers a healthy and relaxing way for people of all ages to get outside and enjoy the winter beauty of the area. Participant
Country ‘Chicks with Hits’ coming to casino Feb. 9
SALAMANCA — The Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino will heat up the winter with some serious firepower when the Chicks With Hits tour, featuring country superstars Terri Clark, Pam Tillis and Suzy Bogguss, captivates the Seneca Allegany Events Center Feb. 9.
NYC man jailed for alleged BRMC threat
KANE — A Staten Island, N.Y., man who allegedly threatened to blow up Bradford Regional Medical Center Thursday night is in McKean County Jail. Steven R. Mitchell, 38, 180 South Ave., Staten Island, is charged with risking a catastrophe, a third-degree felony; terroristic threats, a first-degree mis
C-R wins 4th consecutive Scio Tourney title
SCIO – For the fourth straight year, the Lady Rebels of Cuba-Rushford were on top of the Scio Christmas Tournament on Saturday, as a 20-2 first quarter keyed their fast start toward victory, as they exited Scio with a 52-24 win over the host Lady Tigers.
Former Port A. resident discusses role in Creed II movie
A former Port Allegany man can list Sylvester Stallone and Dolph Lundgren among his previous co-workers. On Nov. 21, Creed II –– a boxing movie as part of the notorious Rocky series –– was officially released to the public.
Cuomo calls for legal recreational marijuana in NY State
ALBANY - Gov. Andrew Cuomo called Monday for the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in New York, saying it was beyond time for the state to deal with the "debilitating criminal stigma" of prior convictions related to the drug.
Roblee: Central New York's special Greek Revival flavor
Last month, I touched briefly upon the prominence of the Greek Revival style of architecture throughout our region, a topic worth fleshing out further this month. The historic pathways along which architectural styles moved in New York state served to bring people and ideas to our area. The westward
Woman sentenced for setting fire to home
SMETHPORT — A Grampian woman will serve a term in state prison for burning down her former Kane home in 2014 to collect more than $300,000 in insurance money. On Thursday in McKean County Court, Holly L. Gausman, 44, of Grampian, will serve 27 months to seven years in prison and five years of concur
Christmas sales go 'Rogue' in Alfred
ALFRED — A small, local business is more community than address. Sometimes it’s an interconnected weave of many families, farms and workshops and it brings income, warmth and nourishment to its village and neighborhood.
NY: 2019 Looking Bright, Efficient at Wellsville Airport
Dec. 17--WELLSVILLE -- 2019 is looking a little brighter -- and more efficient -- for the Wellsville Municipal Airport. An LED lighting project at the facility on Tarantine Road is underway. This week, the Wellsville Town Board encumbered $3,330 for the project led by Airport Manager Will Shutt.
Marino recovering at Atlantic City hospital
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — A notable business person in the Hornell community continues to recover in an Atlantic City hospital, following a van versus pedestrian crash that left her with severe injuries last week.
O-E tops OV in tourney; NoPo, Coudy win big
DUKE CENTER — Otto-Eldred rolled into the championship game of its Randy Stebbins’ Tournament with a 43-24 win over Oswayo Valley Friday night, but the real test for the Lady Terrors comes today.
Three charged for alleged deer poaching
LITTLE VALLEY, N.Y. — Two Coudersport, Pa., men and one Steuben County man have been charged by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in connection with a recent deer poaching incident.