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Firearms violation lands Warren man in state prison

William J. Sullivan, 43, of Warren, was sentenced to 48 to 96 months in prison for a firearms violation; 27 to 54 months for theft by unlawful taking; and 21 to 42 months for possession with intent to deliver.

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Protests Held At Warren County Courthouse Against Border Action

The chant could be heard on the corner of Market Street and Fourth Avenue in Warren, Pa., Friday evening, along with plenty of others, all centered on the same message: opposition to the Trump administration’s current actions at the border.

POST-JOURNAL - 2018-06-18 00:00:00

Sentences handed down in county court on Friday

¯ Daniel M. Bevevino was sentenced to 24 to 48 months in a state correctional institution — boot camp and recidivism risk reduction initiative (RRRI), a $100 fine, $725 in fees, a drug and alcohol evaluation, and a one-year drivers license suspension for possession with intent to deliver; and a $500

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Judge increases bail for murder suspect

Phillips, 19, was indicted Wednesday on charges that include second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter and three lesser felonies.

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Fire tears through Warren Tire overnight

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Boat Sighting Spurs Testing Of Water In Lakewood

Birrittieri said the water testing was independent of the village government and that she was awaiting the results of the test. Douglas Conroe, executive director of the Chautauqua Lake Association, said the CLA is the organization who collected the samples and noted that the CLA has previously cond

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State audit: Warrensburg school district over-budgeted

Warrensburg Central School District overestimated its appropriated expenses, causing it to take in 7.6 to 14.4 percent in unrestricted funds from 2014-17, surpassing New York state's limit of 4 percent, a recent state audit reports.

TIMES-HERALD - 2018-06-17 22:00:00

Air-quality alert issued for WNY counties

An air-quality alert is in effect until 11 p.m. Sunday for Erie, Niagara, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Wyoming, Genesee and Orleans counties.

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-06-17 15:27:44

City Man Charged After Head-Butting Officers

Christian J. Encarnacion, 22, was taken into custody after Jamestown police responded Thursday at 5 p.m. to 817 N. Main St. for a fight in the street. Police learned the fight was the result of a motor vehicle crash.

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Warren’s Rosborough earns Eagle Scout rank

To reach the goal of Eagle Scout, one first must become a Star Scout, then Life Scout. After becoming a Life Scout, the scout must earn 10 more service badges for a total of 21.

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Winery opens at former Youngsville Ski Lodge

The winery, still in its infancy, is hosting a grand opening at its location at 100 Hillside Drive in Youngsville on Saturday and Sunday. The event is taking place at the winery’s second location, the old Skyways Youngsville Ski Lodge.

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7:30 AM: Warren Business Destroyed In Massive Blaze

WARREN, Pa. — A massive fire destroyed a business in downtown Warren, Pa., early Thursday.

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Warren Firefighters Battle ‘Fierce’ Downtown Fire

Firefighters arrived to the Warren Tire Center just six minutes after receiving the first call, but it was too late. According to City of Warren Fire Chief Sam Pascuzzi, passing motorists called the fire in to 9-1-1 around 12:49 a.m. and crews began to arrive on scene around 12:55 a.m. By the time t

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N.Y. man pleads guilty to sex charge

Andrew M. Dubois, 32, of Jamestown, N.Y., entered a guilty plea to a single count of traveling with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct before U.S. District Judge Cathy Bissoon, who set sentencing for Oct. 4 at the federal courthouse in Pittsburgh.

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Warren man pleads guilty to sharing sexual photos with 11-year-old girl

Daren Patrick Mahaney, 21, pleaded guilty on Monday before President Judge Maureen Skerda to a count of felony sexual abuse of children.

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Brick House property owner wants city to take it back

The building was purchased by Summer16, LLC out of Chester, Pa. and the person in contact with the city is based in Philadelphia.

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Stabbing suspects indicted; One defendant appears in City Court

As his mother wept in the courtroom, defendant Skylar C. Phillips, 19, appeared Tuesday in City Court to face two felony charges. Police say he confessed to the stabbing.

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Stabbing suspect released from hospital, grand jury to hear case

Nicholas Hamel, 19, of West Notre Dame Street, was in Warren County Jail as of Sunday afternoon, having been treated for knife wounds to his arms and other injuries suffered in the brawl that left Charles R. Werner dead.

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Hundreds pay their respects to K9 Choper

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to Officer Scott Neiswonger,”Conewango Township Police Department Chief Jason Peters said. Neiswonger lost“his law enforcement partner, his companion, his friend.”

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Police reports 6/13/18: Pennsylvania man faces weapons charges after Olean arrest

Martin C. Miller, 34, of Rixford, Pa., was charged at 11:28 p.m. with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a class C felony; third-degree criminal possession of a weapon with a previous conviction, a class D felony; aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, an unclassified misdem

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