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Double agent is theme for Bradford Marching Owls 2017 season

The music in a spy film let's the viewer know that everything - and everyone - are not what they seem. So when the Bradford's Marching Owls take to Parkway Field Saturday during the Autumn Classic Tournament of Bands, the crowd will know they are on a mission. The musicians will be playing songs wit

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

Bradford Area Lions to honor sponsors with memorial

"In a time where cities are taking down historical monuments, the Bradford Area Lions are erecting one," said Pete Peckyno, project chairman of the Bradford Area Lions Club. On Oct. 29, the Lions will be installing a monument in honor of all the Lions who have served the community, country and inter

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

Caruso, Kraft lead Owls to 2nd place at Bradford Invitational

Senior Logan Caruso and sophomore Tyler Kraft placed third and eighth, respectively, to lead the Bradford High boys cross country team to a second-place finish at Saturday's Bradford Invitational. In the largest-ever field with 18 schools, Elk Catholic came away as the team champion with 31 points a

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-09-18 14:00:00

Turning right: Confusion arises at busy intersection

Two roadblocks lay on the street on South Davis Street on Monday, creating confusion for motorists as to whether the right turning lane is accessible or not.Era photo by Sidney Peralta Just what is going on with the intersection of Main and Davis streets in Bradford? Motorists may have noticed that

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

Godding's 41 paces Lady Owls

Bradford High's Elyse Godding tees off during Monday's match against Smethport at Pine Acres. Godding medaled with a score of 41.Photo submitted Elyse Godding medaled with a score of 41 to lead Bradford High to a 35-17 victory over Smethport in girls North Penns Woods golf league action on Monday at

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

Objection window closes for Tracy Ridge proposal

Back in July, Allegheny National Forest officials released a draft decision indicating their intent to open up 12.5 miles of trails at Tracy Ridge to mountain bikes. A final decision can't be made until a 45 day objection period unfolds. Friday was the close of that objection period. "In communicati

WARREN TIMES-OBSERVER - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

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

After decades of deliveries, Ryan leaving Postal Service

As the old U.S. Postal Service creed proclaims, "neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night" will stop mail carriers, who include Jim Ryan, from delivering parcels to their customers. At the end of September, however, Ryan will stop delivering mail after 22 years and hand off his contracte

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

Custer City man jailed for alleged DUI vehicular assault

A Custer City man is in McKean County Jail for allegedly running over a woman with his pickup truck over the weekend. Steven Robert Curcio, 48, of 150 West Warren Road, was charged by Bradford City Police after an altercation at 2:40 p.m. Saturday on Pearl Street in Bradford. According to court reco

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

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

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

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

Sunshade offers protection at Salamanca Youth Center

SALAMANCA - Young visitors to the Salamanca Youth Center have a new shady spot outside to rest and relax thanks to grant for a sunshade for the center's playground. "We have used it since roughly the middle of July," said Sandi Brundage, director of the Salamanca Youth Bureau, in a ceremony Saturday

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2017-09-19 13:12:00

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

State and Union: Sgt. Edwards lived a life of service

In Saturday's edition, the son of Korean War veteran Leonard K. Edwards, who grew up in Olean, shared more information about the service of his father. Sgt. Edwards, who joined the U.S. Army in 1940 and was wounded in the South Pacific in World War II, was the sole survivor of a squad being wiped ou

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-09-17 18:00:00

Still hope for old building

So a new glimmer of hope has appeared for the redevelopment of the historic build- ing at the corner of North Union and West State streets. The city's Urban Renewal Agency approved a resolution this week giving preferred developer status to Savarino Companies, LLC, of Buffalo, allowing the firm to h

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-09-17 16:35:00

13th Garlic Festival has something for the garlic lover in all of us

Helma De Vries-Jordan of Olean with her 9-month-old son, Elco, enjoying some fresh garlic scapes at the Cuba Garlic Festival Saturday afternoon. Adam Miller CUBA - The odoriferous vegetable, the garlic, was once again the centerpiece of the weekend in Cuba. It is anticipated that, along with good we

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-09-17 16:15:00

Storage Building Destroyed In Randolph Blaze

Firefighters were alerted to the blaze at 3321 Bowen Road around 5 p.m. First responders arrived to find the storage building engulfed by flames, Randolph fire chief Don McElwain Jr. said. Randolph firefighters were assisted by East Randolph, Conewango and Kennedy fire departments. The Randolph EMS

POST-JOURNAL - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

Chautauqua County woman charged with DWI, reckless driving

Tonya Spallino (State Police photo) A Chautauqua County woman was arrested by troopers on charges of driving while intoxicated and reckless driving, according to State Police. Tonya Spallino, 39, of Kennedy, was involved in a one-car crash Sunday on Route 62 in the Town of Poland, where her vehicle

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-20 01:12:21

Kane Area Food Pantry to hold distribution

KANE - The Kane Area Food Pantry monthly distribution will be from noon to 4 p.m. Friday at the St. Callistus Roman Catholic Church in Kane. The food pantry entrance is on the Haines Street side of the church, at the corner of Chase and Haines Streets. Anyone who wishes to receive food items are ask

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-09-18 14:00:00