Breaking News from Olean

Find the latest Olean News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.

Police reports 11/22/17: Olean woman charged with assault, contempt

OLEAN - An Olean woman was charged on multiple felony counts Tuesday after police responded to what reports say was a domestic incident. Following an investigation by police, Lisa D. Shelley, 52, of 1211 Washington St., Olean, was charged with second-degree assault and aggravated contempt, both clas


State & Union: Tree of Life, Wish Tree efforts benefit good causes

It's the holiday season, and two organizations that serve the community are using Christmas tree promotions to benefit their programs. HomeCare & Hospice offers a personalized ornament as an option for remembering loved ones. This year's ornament can also be engraved with the name of a loved one. Th

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-23 17:00:00

Single mom of two grateful for help of ELF Fund

Just going to the grocery store can be an obstacle for Jessi Ayers who is often confined to her home caring for two small daughters, one of whom is disabled. For that reason, as well as financial issues, Ayers is grateful her toddlers are recipients of The Era's Less Fortunate (ELF) Fund, which prov

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

Former cop amends suit against city

Former Bradford City Police officer Shayne Miller is asking a federal judge to allow him to amend his federal lawsuit against the city, adding allegations that his firing violated Bradford city code. His attorney, John Mizner of Erie, told The Era on Wednesday that the amended complaint alleged that

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

Annual Camo Sunday event scheduled this Sunday

The fifth annual Camo Sunday event is scheduled at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at the First Wesleyan Church of Bradford at 692 S. Kendall Ave. Pastor Terri Niver will lead the service, where she will give a special sermon and pray for the hunter's safety and success. Individuals are invited to dress in camo.

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

Marilyn Horne Museum gift shop to mark Museum Store Sunday

The Marilyn Horne Museum and Exhibit Center will take part in Museum Store Sunday on Nov. 26, hosting the grand opening of the museum's gift shop that features more than 150 museum and culture-related products. "Museum gift stores are some of the most unique shopping experiences on the planet," said

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

My Time In The Navy During The Cuban Missile Crisis

The recent Post-Journal article recalling time the sailor served in the Navy aboard an LSD reminded me of the time I spent in the Navy during the Cuban Crisis. During 1961 through 1963, I was a missile control radar technician in a Navy fighter squadron, namely VF-101 Det A stationed at NAS Oceana,

POST-JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Friendship Table hosts annual Thanksgiving meal

For many locals, when they hear the word "friendship" the first thing they think about is the Friendship Table of Bradford - and with good reason. People from all walks of life who may have gone through difficult times have found their way to the Friendship Table where they have received more than a

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

Security, technology part of Little Falls capital project

LITTLE FALLS - The last major capital project in the Little Falls City School District was 20 years ago - which included the transformation of the Benton Hall Academy building and improvements at the Little Falls Middle and High School buildings. Now, the district is considering upgrading facilities


That's Lunch: Heidelberg Bread & Cafe a carb-lover's dream

This weeks' review is for Heidelberg Bread & Cafe, 3056 state Route 28, Herkimer. Assistant Community Editor Barbara Laible and her husband, Don, ate there recently and had this to say: About the restaurant: Known for its exclusive products including artisan breads of all varieties, baguettes, pastr

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2017-11-23 16:33:17

Fort Herkimer Church Thanks Fenner's Legacy.

GERMAN FLATTS- The traditional interfaith Thanksgiving Day service, at the Fort Herkimer Church was held Thursday morning. This years' service wasn't your typical gathering as church goers said farewell to Donald Fenner, chairman of the Fort Herkimer Church Board of Commissioners. Fenner has been

WKTV - 2017-11-24 02:14:00

Teens accused of sex offenses

State police at Richfield Springs reported arresting juveniles in connection with a sex-offense case. A 14-year-old male from Schenevus was charged Nov. 14 with disseminating indecent matter to a minor, a felony, and endangering the welfare of a child, troopers said in a media report, and a 15-year-

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-24 00:21:43

RAY LENARCIC: Thanks for giving

Have you ever been walking or driving along or just lounging at home when for no apparent reason you think of a song and suddenly memories come flooding back? Some good, some bad. Happens to me all the time. "You'll Never Walk Alone" reminds me of former Herkimer County Community College men's socce

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-22 18:58:01

Free community meal to be served Thanksgiving Day

HERKIMER - Some in the community will be thankful Thursday to receive a free Thanksgiving meal at the Herkimer United Methodist Church. Rev. Kyle Nesbitt, pastor of the Herkimer Reformed Church, said during a telephone interview Wednesday preparations have been underway to serve the turkey dinner to

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-22 21:14:44

Basloe Library seeks expanded space

HERKIMER - The Frank J. Basloe Library Board is working to develop a master plan and wants to know if expansion into the former museum space at the rear of the library building is a possibility. Paul K. Mays, of Butler Rowland Mays Architects, of Ballston Spa, who has been working with the board to


Dolgeville considers changing graduation attire to gender-neutral gowns

DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. - Officials with Dolgeville Central School District are considering changing graduation attire to one uniform outfit, rather than separating gown colors by gender. For the past several decades, male students have worn blue gowns, while female students wear white. The school board


Owners of new brewpub want to bring neglected corner of Bedford back to life

Dried glue dots the floor where there was carpet and the walls need painting, but those are minor matters for the four young owners of Turning Point Beer, who say they have big plans for the city's first brewpub. Josh Davis, James Peery, Alex Knight and J.P. Goytia all have ties to Bedford and Nort

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-22 18:04:00

Police searching for 12-year-old girl last seen at Bedford church

Police are searching for a 12-year-old girl last seen at a church in Bedford. Kelly Marie McBride was seen at the Central Baptist Church in the 1100 block of Central Drive, near State Highway 183. Kelly is 5-foot and weighs about 125 pounds. She has light brown curly hair and hazel eyes, and was w


Man charged in police pursuit crash that killed 3-year-old

A teenage driver who authorities say crashed his car at an intersection while fleeing police, killing a 3-year-old and injuring four other people faces charges. Eighteen-year-old Zekhi Lee was charged Wednesday with first-degree manslaughter and evading responsibility in connection with the Tuesday

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-23 00:15:00

Police: Officer killed man in robbery at gas station store

Police say an officer fatally shot an armed man during a robbery at an Alabama service station. Pell City Police Chief Paul Irwin told local news media that 32-year-old Jackie Germaine Ragland was killed Thursday morning. Authorities say an officer who was responding to reports of a robbery found th

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-23 20:51:00