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Ecumenical Home’s new “pets” are a “Joy for All”
From her earliest years of childhood, Martha Rizzo has owned and loved cats. As a resident of Bradford Ecumenical Home, Rizzo had missed cats and the comfort they provided, so it was no surprise to anyone when she quickly bonded with a new “Joy for All” Companion Pet at the facility named “Fluffy.”
Local projects receive tax credit benefits
HARRISBURG — The Second Harvest Food Bank and the Bradford Secord Ward project are both beneficiaries of tax credits through the Neighborhood Assistance Program, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday.
No tax increase for Bradford Twp.
On Monday, Bradford Township Supervisors Jim Erwin, Steve Mascho and Gayle Bauer –– who attended via phone –– were met inside the township’s municipal building by their constituents, eagerly awaiting to see the passing of the 2019 budget and whether or not Bradford Township taxpayers would see their
Confessions of a Hallmark movie watcher
When I watch TV it’s most often a football game, classic movie or “Law & Order” reruns — preferably older “Law & Order,” with characters like Logan, Briscoe, Stone and Robinette.
Voluntary water conservation in Bradford set for Wednesday
Customers of the Bradford City Water Authority will be asked to conserve water on Wednesday. The voluntary water conservation effort is due to the upcoming replacement of a 20-inch valve on the main transmission water line feeding into the system. No service disruptions are anticipated.
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
These Are The 10 Poorest Cities In Pennsylvania For 2019
We used science and data to determine which places in Pennsylvania are basically dead broke. Editor’s Note: This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment. Don’t freak out we updated this article for 2019. This is our fourth time ranking the poorest places in Pennsylvania.
Police: Peaceful resolution to afternoon incident
It was a peaceful resolution to what could have been a serious incident Thursday afternoon on South Center Street in Bradford. Around 5 p.m. Thursday, Bradford City Police were called for a report of a non-violent domestic incident on South Center Street. When officers arrived, “the female subject a
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.
Choir, Perfected Praise, to hold Christmas Musical
The sights and sounds of the Christmas holiday are popping up all around town in decorations, Santa visitations and children’s Christmas concerts. Adding to the holiday sensation is the 40-voice choir, Perfected Praise, which will hold their annual Christmas musical at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bradford Ar
Second woman arrested in alleged robbery
A second woman accused in an alleged robbery was arraigned Wednesday before District Judge Dominic Cercone. Tiffany L. Tarr, 22, of 6 Foster View Drive, Bradford, is charged with robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, both third-degree felonies; theft by unlawful taking and conspiracy to commit t
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.
Handmade items by local artisans available at local shops
Shoppers who are tired of buying mass-produced items to put under the Christmas tree for loved ones during the holidays may find local, handmade gifts by artisans and craftspeople in shops in the area.
The Mountain Coaster Ride Near Buffalo That Will Make Your Winter Unforgettable
Both in Western New York and across the country, resorts have begun to add new, unique features to their activity offerings beyond the standard ski slopes. One of the most trendy additions is mountain coasters. Head to Ellicottville, just an hour south of the Queen City, to experience one of the bes
Bradford City Water Authority to replace valve starting today
The Bradford City Water Authority plans to begin today replacing a malfunctioning water main valve along Campus Drive. The project is expected to take three days, according to Steve Disney, authority executive director. No disruption in service is anticipated, but customers are asked to conserve wat
No. 17 Buffalo improves to 9-0; Beats St. Bonaventure 80-62
OLEAN, N.Y. (AP) — Jayvon Graves hit a career-best five 3-pointers and scored 19 points, and No. 17 Buffalo remained undefeated with an 80-62 win over St. Bonaventure on Saturday.
Family: Victim on phone with her mother when killed near newborn in Pennsylvania – WABC-TV
Family: Victim on phone with her mother when killed near newborn in Pennsylvania WABC-TV Police believe Tyrese Lynch shot Isis Williams in the head with her 5-day-old daughter in a crib just steps away early Friday morning.
Pennsylvania State Police search for missing 85-year-old woman
Pennsylvania State Police are seeking the public's assistance in their search for 85-year-old Mary Klopp. Klopp was last seen in the area of Lebanon VA hospital, Lebanon County around 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 15.
Pennsylvania Man, Frank Cedeno Pleads Guilty to International Email Impersonation
A Pennsylvania man pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Boston in connection with a scam in which he and co-conspirators defrauded victims by pretending to be employees of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Landmark Society’s annual open house a place for history buffs
As if the name didn’t give it away, the Bradford Landmark Society is all about preserving the Bradford’s history and educating locals about the area’s history. During Friday’s open house, curator Sally Costik said the Society typically receives visitors who are into history just like she is.