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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.

WGRZ TV - 2018-07-20 09:09:02

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

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-07-20 04:01:00

Animal cruelty in Cattaraugus County

TOWN OF HINSDALE, NY (WKBW) - Two Town of Hinsdale residents have been arrested after an animal cruelty investigation of four horses by Cattaraugus County Sheriffs.Andrew Filer, 55, and Linda Hawkins, 43, of the Town of Hinsdale have been arrested and charged with failure to provide adequate food an

WKBW-TV - 2018-07-20 15:57:03

JD’s Smokin Grill & Bar is back in Hinsdale with a Southern flair

When JD’s Smokin Grill & Bar, 4269 Route 16, first opened in May 2009, it was one of very few barbeque restaurants in the area.

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-07-21 04:11:00

Police reports 7/19/18: Friendship man faces felony burglary charges

GENESEE — State police report that a Friendship man faces several charges, including felonies, following an incident early Tuesday morning.

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Hunter who shot friend pleads guilty to felony

Shane M. Jarvis, 39, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault for the shooting last Nov. 25 in a field off county Route 30 in Hebron that left Moreau resident Ken Fish Jr. with a serious hand injury that included a loss of parts of two fingers. He admitted recklessly hurting Fish.

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-07-21 11:30:00

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

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Ahhhh... the ‘glory days’

By Bob Hooftallen, Publisher/EditorWhat is taking place in downtown Coudersport today is fitting. A festival that highlights and celebrates the life of the the man who is perhaps the area’s most well-known citizen of all time, Eliot Ness, seems on its surface a fortunate oMore...

ENDEAVORNEWS.COM - 2018-07-21 00:00:00

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.

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Doubleheader split gives Oilers playoff berth

Locked in a scoreless tie in Game 1 heading into extra innings, the Oilers took a 1-0 lead in the eighth when Cole Hollins tripled and eventually came home on a wild pitch. Genesee, however, answered with two runs in the bottom half to earn a 2-1 walk-off victory.

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-07-21 03:55:00

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.

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-07-20 12:50:23

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.

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-07-20 10:00:08

Cattaraugus County Public Works Committee backs new Franklinville barn

One committee member, Legislator David Koch, D-Salamanca, said he was concerned whether the county would have the money it needs for roads and bridges and could stay under the state tax cap if a new highway barn were built.

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-07-20 13:34:00

Report: Pothole, water caused Front Street fire truck accident

The driver, listed as Stephan C. Gonska, 34, of 1207 Promised Land Road in Olean, was heading northwest on Front Street when his vehicle, a tanker truck, struck a utility pole near the intersection with First Avenue, shearing it off at the base. The truck then skidded along the concrete dike and str

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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

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-07-20 04:17:00

Italian Fest to carry on despite heavy hearts

Though the festival is slated for Aug. 9 through 11, emotions are still heavy after the passing of Tom Brown, who was actively involved in theItalian-American Progressive Club and the Festa Italiana Committee. But Mary Ann Colestro, Festa Italiana Committee secretary, says that the show must go on.

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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

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-07-20 00:10:00

174th Allegany County Fair offers something for everyone

Hannah Stifter, 6, of Delevan, gets in some quality hugging time with an Alpine goat in the Livestock Building at the Allegany County Fair in Angelica.Kate Day Sager/Olean Times Herald

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Palmer Opera House: Tombstone

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New Southwest Rapid Rewards® Priority Card Takes Flight

WILMINGTON, Del.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 19, 2018--Today,Chase(NYSE: JPM) andSouthwest Airlines(NYSE: LUV) introduced the newSouthwest Rapid Rewards ® Priority Credit Card. The Priority card has all of the same benefits as the award-winning Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier Credit Card plus more anniver

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