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Four charged in underage sex sting
The men who sought to sexually assault a child were instead met by officers with the Warren County Sheriff's Office, State Police from the Queensbury station and FBI from Albany, who arrested them in a sting similar to the one last year thatnetted 12 other men who wanted to rape or sodomize a teen.
Pet Supplies Plus of Olean to open Sept. 29 with weekend of special events
Officials said the store will feature grooming areas, grooming services, community rooms and veterinary service offerings provided by VIP Petcare Clinics, as well as self-pet wash stations.
Grant income funds considered for blighted Olean home demolitions
The Common Council’s City Operations committee heard from Keri Kerper, coordinator of the city’s Office of Community Development, on using Community Development Block Grant income funds to cover the costs of demolishing 122 E. Henley St., 305 N. Seventh St., 331 N. 13th St. and 213 W. Greene St.
OTH Female Athlete of the Week (Sept. 18): Calista Heister, Olean
A 10-goal week included history and an epic win for Heister and the Huskies (6-1). The senior scored five goals Wednesday against Dunkirk, becoming Olean’s all-time leading scorer. Then on Friday, in a CCAA West battle at defending state champion Allegany-Limestone, Heister scored twice — giving her
New York Can’t Afford to Let New Jersey Pass Retail Pot Alone
With New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy leading a fast-track push to legalize recreational marijuana, pot dispensaries could soon be as close as a seven-minute train ride from Manhattan. Once people start hopping the PATH train to Jersey City to purchase marijuana, New York lawmakers will start feeling
Man's body found floating in Jamestown river
JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) - A body was found floating in a river in Jamestown Monday morning.Police in the city responded to the area of Victoria Ave. and Institute St. around 6:30 a.m. and found the body of 61-year-old Robert Cavender.They say that at some point during the night, he had fallen into th
Manipulation, Fraud and Abuse: New York Attorney General Issues Stern Warning Against Cryptocurrency Exchanges
In a lengthyreporton the “Virtual Markets Integrity Initiative,” New York’s Attorney General argues that online cryptocurrency exchanges are vulnerable to manipulation, fraud and other types of abuse. Consumers of these platforms therefore “face significant risks” from hackers and the exchange oper
Bradford man jailed for pot growing operation in home
Wade Bunker, 49, of 647 Bolivar Drive, is charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, a felony; endangering the welfare of a child, a first-degree misdemeanor; possession of a controlled substance and of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanors.
Man in guarded condition after being struck by two cars in Dansville
DANSVILLE, N.Y. (WROC-TV) - A man is in guarded condition after he was struck by two vehicles on Main Street in Dansville, according to Dansville Police.
Cold Case Tuesday: State Police, Ulster Police continue to investigate 2008 murder of an Ulster County man
On Friday, July 25, 2008, at 2:45 p.m. the Ulster Police Department responded to a vehicle fire in a wooded area just off of NY State Route 32 in East Kingston. Kleiman’s vehicle, a 2004 Nissan Frontier Pick Up Truck, color grey, bearing NY registration CGE5199, was found burned with his remains wit
Drug bust leads to pair of arrests
BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) - A drug bust in Buffalo leads to the arrest of two suspects.27-year-old Michael Campbell was arrested following a traffic stop in North Buffalo.Police say they found a bag of cocaine and some cash in the backseat.More drugs and cash were later found during a search of his home.36
Police reports 9/18/18: Pennsylvania woman charged with DWI after roll-over accident
Jennifer L. Newton, 33 of Shinglehouse, Pa., was driving on Bells Brook Road when the accident occurred. Troopers responded to the scene and detected the odor of alcohol while interviewing her.
Rixford Water system getting new storage tank
U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Pa., announced Monday a $125,000 grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission and a $125,000 loan from USDA Rural Development to be used to assure the community has access to safe drinking water.
Man charged with second offense this year on Route 219
A Salamanca man was arrested by State Police Monday for driving while on drugs, the second time this year he was arrested for the same offense, according to State Police.
Five things about A&J’s Subs, Pizza & Grill
OLEAN — A&J’s Subs, Pizza & Grill, at 1103 W. State St., is under new ownership -- Mike and Christina Jaeger of Olean. Here are five things to know about the changeover:
Homicide charge dismissed in fatal heroin overdose
Allegany County Judge Thomas Brown threw out the class E felony count last month. While the District Attorney’s Office and New York State Police alleged Robert J. Murray Jr., 19, of Wellsville, was negligent by not immediately calling 911 or driving to a hospital, the judge ruled he was not legally
Sources: Missing Pennsylvania teen, potential kidnapper, found in West New York | Hudson County View
A missing Pennsylvania teen that state police believed “may be at risk of harm or injury” was found in West New York late last night, along with her potential kidnapper, sources told Hudson County View.
You Know You Are From New York If... - Society19
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Health Care Dominates Mitrano's Town Hall Meeting in Olean
“With my observation, as a district, we have fallen behind in many areas, in particular our health care,” Mitrano said. “As a district we are ranked close to dead last in health care and quality of life.”
Olean Out of the Darkness Walk raised almost $34,000 to battle suicide
“The walk came out great,” said Suzanne Piechota, third-year chair, who lost her brother Jeff Karl to suicide. “We had about 30 teams/families that lost someone to suicide.” Some teams that walked had custom T-shirts, others wore crossed ribbons or pins with their loved ones picture.