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Pro-immigrant lawn signs burned in Allentown

Pro-immigrant lawn signs were set on fire in front of an Allentown home on Tuesday night. The signs were burned in front of a home on the 100 block of Mariner Street shortly after 11:30 p.m., Buffalo police spokesman Michael J. DeGeorge said in an email. Police are investigating the matter, DeGeorge

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-20 16:07:21

Allegany Man Arrested After Domestic Dispute

ALLEGANY, NY -- State troopers arrested a 40-year-old Allegany man Monday after responding to a 911 call for a domestic dispute. Sammy L. Mcdaniel was charged with harassment, endangering the welfare of a child and criminal mischief on Sept. 18 at 7:30 p.m. Police said troopers arrived at Colonial

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-09-20 19:38:00

Leaner Olean tree program may come back for this year

Olean Times Herald file photo Limbs from a tree in the public right-of-way damaged the former Keenan Estate house on Fulton Street on Sept. 4 in a windstorm. City officials are considering the removal of 14 "potentially hazardous" trees in the public right-of-ways, like the tree pictured, using cont

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-09-20 18:00:00

The Latest: US, Cuban diplomats to discuss health incidents

NEW YORK (AP) - The Latest on the investigation into unexplained incidents harming the health of American diplomats in Havana (all times local): 1:20 p.m. The United States plans to discuss concerns with Cuba over American diplomats harmed in unexplained incidents in Havana during a meeting in Washi

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-09-18 17:53:55

Out of Darkness Walk shines light on suicide

OLEAN - Public awareness about the risk of suicide was the message delivered Sunday morning by a solemn parade of walkers stretching along a mile of sidewalk between Good Times of Olean and and Lincoln Park. Olean's fifth annual Out of the Darkness Community Walk for suicide prevention also aimed to

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-09-18 18:00:00

Allegany-Limestone board continues superintendent search

ALLEGANY, N.Y. - Updates on the superintendent search, enrollment figures and the capital project were among items discussed during Tuesday's school board meeting for Allegany-Limestone Central School District. In his report, board president Dr. Joe Zimmer said a series of focus groups from the scho

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-09-20 14:00:00

Port Allegany campaign for United Way off to great start

Solicitation efforts for the Port Allegany campaign for United Way have begun, and officials say it's been a great start to the annual appeal. "We've already raised 25 percent of the $15,000 goal established for the Port Allegany community this year," said Executive Director Mandi Wilton Davis. "We'

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-09-19 14:00:00

Police departments dodged sunshine law requests, ACLU claims

Police departments in almost two dozen towns and cities across the state tried to dodge Freedom of Information requests seeking information about their use of force, complaints about alleged brutality, racial profiling and the use of surveillance technology, according to the New York Civil Liberties

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-18 14:58:20

Charges continue to pile up for Farmersville teen, now charged with arson

FARMERSVILLE - A Farmersville teen who caused an Amber Alert in May and faces felony sex charges has been arrested once again, this time in connection with suspicious fires. Joshua R. Monette, 18, of Farmersville, was charged Friday with third-degree arson, a class C felony, and second-degree crimin

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-09-19 15:30:00

SHS swimmers focused on improvement, postseason

New coach Madison Nieves took over the Salamanca varsity girls swimming program in a unique circumstance. She had just graduated from Penn State - where she swam for the Nittany Lions - in May and had been hired as a special education teacher at Salamanca High. A Jamestown native who swam for six ye

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2017-09-20 14:30:00

Scattershot: National Hunting and Fishing Day and other outdoors notes

NHF Day celebrations in Erie, Niagara counties It's that time of year again - National Hunting and Fishing Day will be celebrated around the country on Saturday, Sept. 23. First recognized back in 1971, this is a day that pays homage to the sportsmen and women who have done so much to preserve and p

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-20 13:06:11

National Hunting and Fishing Day encourages sportsmen to get outside and promote sport

With rising childhood obesity rates, here are 5 tips to keep your kids healthy over the summer. Maggie Gilroy / Staff video National Hunting and Fishing Day is Saturday, and the New York State Department of Conservation is encouraging hunters and anglers to participate -- and anyone can fish the fr

PRESSCONNECTS - 2017-09-19 14:49:24

Rural Regional College growing to fill area's needs

The Rural Regional College of Northern Pennsylvania is up and running, thanks to the efforts of many, including, from left, Duane Vicini, president of the Education Consortium of the Upper Allegheny; Dr. Joseph Nairn, president of RRC; and Dr. Richard McDowell, member of the board of trustees of the

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-09-20 14:00:00

Community hub: State applauds upgrades in senior living

IOANNIS PASHAKIS/Sun-Gazette Britt Bassett, right, president of Bassett Engineering, shows Rick Vilello, deputy secretary of the state Department of Community and Economic Development, the plans for the park outside of Nippenose Valley Village. Nippenose Valley Village, a personal care home in Limes

WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

State Police: Drunk driver crashes into pole

TOWN OF YORKSHIRE, N.Y. (WIVB) - A Cattaraugus County driver has been charged with striking a utility pole while drunk. New York State Police say Franklinville resident Andrew Vosburg, 32, crashed into a pole in the Town of Yorkshire this weekend. He was found by Troopers on Block Rd. around 3:30 a.

WIVB - 2017-09-18 13:27:55

Falling Leaves Festival weekend approaching

SALAMANCA - A group of community members and long-time supporters will once again handle the reins of the annual Salamanca Seneca Falling Leaves Festival in its 40th year. After the success of last year's festival, helmed by neither the city nor the chamber of commerce for the first time in many yea

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2017-09-20 21:00:00

My View: Hospital will always remain in my heart

My hospital sits on a well-traveled country road in rural Erie County. It draws patients from Arcade to Gowanda and everywhere in between. They visit to get healthy, to stay healthy and to heal what ails them. I call Bertrand Chaffee Hospital "my hospital" with good reason. I started my first and on

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-18 20:30:57

New scoreboard installed at Crowley Park

SALAMANCA - Athletes and spectators of Crowley Park are now enjoying a more modern scoreboard during games thanks to grants from Cattaraugus County and the Seneca Nation of Indians. The Common Council last week authorized the submission and acceptance of $4,000 in grant funds from the Cattaraugus Co

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2017-09-19 21:06:00

Everyone Matters group presents at council meeting

SALAMANCA - If you were around for Celebrate Salamanca Day, you might have seen a group of individuals in blue T-shirts cleaning up the gardens in front of the Salamanca Mall. That group was Everyone Matters (EM), a nonprofit community service group formed four years ago in Rochester. The group want

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2017-09-19 13:31:00

Local food pantries stocked, thanks to local efforts

Just a few weeks ago, officials at the YWCA Bradford and The Salvation Army Bradford Corps were wondering how they were going to keep their food pantries stocked. Now, those same officials have an abundance of food to serve the community for awhile. YWCA Executive Director Vanessa Castano said the o

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-09-20 14:00:00