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Dueling Tiny Protests in Olean

Downtown Olean was host to two small, quiet, abortion protests Sunday afternoon. A lone anti-abortion protester was confronted with a group of about a dozen pro-abortion protesters at Lincoln Park shortly after one in the afternoon. The anti-abortion protester relocated to in front of the First National building on the other side of the intersection.
OLEAN, NY
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Red Cross: Genesee Twp. apartment fire displaces 16 families

GENESEE TWP., Mich. (WNEM) - Several mid-Michigan residents have lost everything after a fire tore through their apartment building Friday morning. Four people including a firefighter were injured after the flames spread through multiple units at the Bristol Court Apartments in Genesee Township. The American Red Cross is now helping...
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Esch Named Full-Time Pitt-Bradford President

(This is the text of a press release by the University of Pittsburgh) Rick Esch, who has been serving as interim president of the University of Pittsburgh’s Bradford and Titusville campuses for the past year, has been named president of both campuses, effective July 1. University of Pittsburgh Provost...
BRADFORD, PA

4 injured in fire at Genesee Township apartment complex

GENESEE TWP., MI – Four people were injured during a fire at an apartment complex in Genesee Township early Friday morning. Fire crews responded around 5 a.m. Friday, July 1 to Bristol Court Apartments off North Saginaw Road. Upon arriving at the scene, crews saw flames through the roof of the complex, according to Mt. Morris Fire Chief James Young.
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Bonnies Seanon 22-23 Opener Vs. Saint Francis Announced

The countdown to the 2022-23 St. Bonaventure men’s basketball season can officially begin as the first action of the campaign has been announced with the Bonnies hosting Saint Francis Monday, Nov. 7 at the Reilly Center. The two programs have an extensive history, meeting 44 times previously. St. Bonaventure...
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City Police Reminder About Fireworks

Entering the 4th of July Holiday weekend, the City of Bradford Police would like to remind the public of a few fireworks related laws and regulations. Only people 18 and older are allowed to buy, possess or use consumer fireworks. Fireworks are only allowed to be used on public or private property with the owners written consent and cannot be set off within 150 feet of an occupied structure, under trees, or power lines.
BRADFORD, PA

Pitt appoints president to lead Bradford, Titusville campuses

The University of Pittsburgh has appointed Rick Esch as the president of its Bradford and Titusville campuses, effective July 1. Esch had been serving as interim president for the past year. He began his career at Pitt-Bradford in 1995 as director of auxiliary services, later becoming vice president for business affairs. In 2012, he was named vice president for business affairs at Pitt-Titusville as well.
TITUSVILLE, PA
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Bradford Youth Trap Team Finishes 2nd At States

Clayton Brinsky took silver in the Senior Division of the 2022 SCTP Olympic Bunker Trap State Championships this past weekend to help the Bradford Youth Trap team to a second overall finish in the team scoring. Competing at the Palmyra Sportsmen Association Olympic Trap Facility, Clayton and his teammates Mitchell...
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Little Valley woman accused of bilking over $27,000 in child care benefits

A welfare fraud investigation in Cattaraugus County has led to felony charges being placed against a Little Valley woman. The Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office arrested 33-year-old Nicole Lamberton on Monday after an investigation determined that she fraudulently received more than $27,000 in child care benefits by allegedly concealing and failing to report income in the household. The results of the investigation stem from a complaint filed in 2018. Lamberton is facing Class D felony charges of grand larceny in the 3rd degree and welfare fraud in the 3rd degree, and two Class E felony counts of offering a false instrument for filing in the 1st degree. Lamberton was taken into custody at the Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services without incident. She was processed and released with an appearance ticket.
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