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Two charges withdrawn and three plead guilty at court hearings
Three defendants pleaded guilty, charges were withdrawn against two and one was held for court during preliminary hearings on Wednesday at the Warren County Courthouse. ¯ Erica G. Johnson, Erie, to theft by unlawful taking. Charges of theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property were not p
Be part of a national program: count birds in Warren or Jamestown this weekend
Jamestown – You are invited to count birds as part of a nationwide science project to analyze winter birds across the continent. On Saturday, Dec. 15, in Warren and Sunday, Dec. 16, in Jamestown, you can join a dedicated crew of local bird watchers who take to the roadways, woods, and backyards to s
Teen airlifted to hospital following crash in Chautauqua County due to apparent medical condition
SINCLAIRVILLE, N.Y. (WIVB) - A 17-year-old male was taken to Hamot Hospital in Erie, Pa. Thursday following a motor vehicle crash in Sinclairville. The crash occurred around 8:30 p.m. on Lester Street, the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office said Thursday night.
Jamestown man charged with menacing
A Jamestown man was charged Thursday with second-degree menacing after Jamestown Police were dispatched to a report of a fight with weapons in the area of Newton Avenue and Weeks Street, according to Jamestown Police.
Warren school bus drivers train for the unexpected
Young people spend a lot of their time at school. Warren County School District has been spending time training its people and allowing professionals to practice in the buildings to keep those students safe.
United Fund reaches its halfway goal
The 2018-2019 Torchlight Campaign has reached half of its goal. On Tuesday, United Fund of Warren County Executive Director Lacey Hanson, and Torchlight Campaign co-chairs Lisa To and Alex Keddie, placed the 50 percent heart on the sign at the Warren Post Office.
State Police Calls: Dispute in Marienville, Crash in Leeper
The Pennsylvania State Police responded to the following incidents:. Marienville-based State Police responded to a dispute along Kimberly Jo Lane in Jenks Township, Forest County, on December 9 around 10:00 p.m.
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
Kane High School goes into lockdown on Thursday
The Kane Area High School instituted its highest level of security measures on Thursday afternoon as a result of a police incident that took place near the school. At 1:16 p.m. on Wednesday, the McKean County 911 Center notified Kane Area High School of a police incident taking place near the school
Woman sentenced for setting fire to home
SMETHPORT — A Grampian woman will serve a term in state prison for burning down her former Kane home in 2014 to collect more than $300,000 in insurance money. On Thursday in McKean County Court, Holly L. Gausman, 44, of Grampian, will serve 27 months to seven years in prison and five years of concur
Youngsville man arrested on assault charges
A Youngsville man was arrested Monday and charged with two felony counts of strangulation. According to Youngsville Borough Police, Michael McGuire, 31, of Youngsville, assaulted a woman at about 3:45 p.m. Monday.
Lady Dragons grind out road win over rival McDowell
ERIE, Pa. – You can throw out style points in a rivalry game. That was the case for the Warren Lady Dragons on Thursday, as they upped their record to 3-0 with a grind-it-out 38-32 road win over McDowell.
Fredonia Police Release Name of Officer Involved in Fatal Shooting
FREDONIA – Fredonia Police Chief has released the name of the officer involved in a fatal shooting that took place earlier this week in the north county village. The Jamestown Post-Journal says Chief Brad Meyers said in a press conference on Thursday that the Patrolman involved in the shooting was N
Honor Flight program seeks veterans for May flight
It won’t be long before another group of veterans take flight to see monuments in their honor in Washington, D.C., as part of the Honor Flight. It’s only been a couple of years since the program has reached Bradford, and, thanks to the Buffalo Niagara Honor Flight program — and the kindness of the c
Warren County alternative ed. teachers recognized for ‘stellar’ performance
A group of Warren County School District teachers have been recognized for their excellence by everyone from their students to the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The result of a recent audit of the district’s alternative education program was “phenomenal,” according to Superintendent Amy Stew
Julia Roberts Newspaper Headline Goes Viral After Unfortunate Typo
An apology has been issued to Julia Roberts by an American newspaper. They printed an article about the star that had a rather unfortunate typo in the headline. The Post Journal, a local paper printed in Jamestown, New York, ran the article about Robert’s 30-year career. It highlighted the fact that
Chaut. Lake’s Anderson earns All-State honor
The New York Volleyball Coaches Association recently announced its all-state teams, and state-finalist Panama placed three players on Class D teams. The Panthers finished the year at 25-2-1 thanks to the play of senior outside hitter Madalyn Bowen and junior outside hitter Natalie Angeletti, both of
21-year-old man, three juveniles charged with criminal mischief in Jamestown
JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) - A 21-year-old and three juveniles have been charged with damaging homes, businesses, and vehicles along First Street and Riverwalk in Jamestown. Kyle J. Seekings, 21, was charged with six counts of second degree criminal mischief and seven counts of third degree criminal mis
Bird Count Project Set For Dec. 15, 16
The public is invited to count birds as part of a nationwide science project to analyze winter birds across the continent. On Saturday, Dec. 15, in Warren, and Sunday, Dec. 16, in Jamestown, area residents can join a dedicated crew of local bird watchers who take to the roads, woods and backyards to
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