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Saturday, September 14, 2013

K-9 Officer Helps Find Suspect

A K-9 officer in Chautauqua County is getting a workout this week.

Early this morning the dog helped find a man wanted for a probation violation who ran away from a rollover accident.

Deputies say the vehicle rolled over and caught fire at about 1:40 a.m. at Pickard Road and Route 380. Everyone was out of the vehicle when deputies got there but the driver, 24-year-old Christopher Dellahoy of Sinclairville had already fled the scene.

They set up a perimeter and called in the K-9 unit to help. They eventually found Dellahoy in the Town of Stockton, but he resisted arrest so they had to use a Taser on him.

He’s being held in jail on the probation warrant, but is also now charged with resisting arrest, driving while intoxicated, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of an accident and traffic violations.

Earlier this week, the K-9 officer found a woman wanted on burglary charges hiding in a ditch in a wooded area.

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Friday, September 13, 2013

City of Bradford Police Log for 9/13/13

City of Bradford Police on Friday investigated a burglary on Avenue B, thefts on Davis and Williams streets and a possible DUI on Boylston Street. They also received reports of harassment on Bushnell Street and disturbances on Interstate Parkway, Constitution Avenue and South Center Street.

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Derrick City Man Charged with Theft, More

A Derrick City man is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from an Olean business while he worked there.

Police say 35-year-old Jared Lindstrom took more than $21,000 from Valley Tire Company on North Union Street between October of 2011 and August.

Lindstrom is charged with falsifying business records and grand larceny, both felonies. He's scheduled to appear in Olean City Court on September 24.

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Olean General Has Heart

On Friday afternoon, 500 employees, physicians and friends of Olean General Hospital, all decked in red shirts, gathered to form a giant heart on the front lawn of the hospital. A photograph of the “People Art Heart” formation was taken from a cherry picker high above in cooperation with Patty’s People Pictures.

It was all part of a celebration of the accreditation of the hospital’s Chest Pain Center and the launch next month of Olean General Hospital’s interventional cardiac catheterization program in partnership with Kaleida Health’s Gates Vascular Institute.

Through its Chest Pain Center and with the opening of the new interventional catheterization lab, Olean General Hospital can now find and treat heart problems, sparing patients from having to drive to larger cities for heart care.

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Meth Lab Arrests

Charges have been filed against four people who allegedly ran a meth lab in Mount Jewett.

39-year-old Jeffrey Cabisca, 40-year-old Jennifer Shugars and 20-year-old Kelsey Cabisca all lived in the house at 41 Anderson Street, where the meth lab was operating.

32-year-old Chad Ginkel lives at 146 W. Main Street.

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Vehicles Crash into Buildings

Drivers in both Port Allegany and Amity drove into buildings today.

At 11:30 this morning a vehicle ended up hitting the First National Bank building after a two-car crash at North Main Street and East Arnold Avenue. The drivers declined medical treatment.

At 6:26 p.m. a car hit a tree and went into a house in Amity, New York.

There is no report of injuries.

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Bradford's Second Ward Revitalization Project
Getting $20,000 in State Money

Bradford’s Second Ward Neighborhood Revitalization Project will be getting $20,000 in state money.

The project includes the acquisition of homes and vacant lots to make way for the building of new in-fill housing or the rehabilitation of those that can be saved. Four new homes are expected; one home will be rehabilitated.

A meeting concerning the revitalization of the neighborhood is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church.

Project coordinator Lisa Keck says, “This meeting will showcase the comprehensive data collection and creative approach to neighborhood revitalization utilized in developing a strategy for moving forward with efforts. Everyone is encouraged to attend and be part of the critical first step in changing this community for the better.”

Also today, State Representative Marty Causer announced that a Hawthorne Road project in Bradford will received $20,000. This project involves the demolition of an existing structure to make way for the eventual development of a new duplex to be made available to low-income households.

The Potter County Homeless Prevention Program will receive $129,895 that will be used for short- and medium-term assistance for rental payments, security deposits and utility deposits and payments for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Priority will be given to households at or below 50 percent of the area median income. It is anticipated that 40 households will be assisted at an average of $1,200 per household.

The funding is provided through the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement Fund and impact fees generated by drilling in the Marcellus Shale.

“These investments will go a long way toward ensuring the availability of affordable housing to our citizens and at the same time will also support efforts to revamp and revitalize our communities,” Causer said.

The affordable housing program is administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency. A total of $8.45 million is being distributed in 22 Pennsylvania counties.

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Reported Robbery in Eldred

State police are looking for the person who robbed Buchanan Brothers Pharmacy in Eldred at just before 9:15 this morning.

The person said he had a gun and was serious, but did not have the gun out. He was given prescription medication and then fled the scene.

He was last seen running on First Street in the borough wearing a black, hooded sweatshirt, black ski mask, mirrored sun glasses, blue jeans and black Nike sneakers. Anyone with pertinent information is asked to contact Kane-based state police at 778-5555.


A listener tells us that Gustafson's Pharmacy in Eldred was robbed at about 9:30 this morning.

Police say there is an "incident" but would not confirm that it was an armed robbery.

The person who called us said police were looking for the robber in the woods nearby.

We'll pass along more information as we get it.

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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Major Traffic Switch in
Route 255 Project Next Week

ST. MARYS – Work to improve a northern section of Route 255 in the city of Saint Marys is continuing, with a major traffic switch coming next week.

The project stretches from the Tractor Supply Co. intersection to Route 120/State Street in St. Marys. Work this year is concentrating on the section between Wendy’s and Satterlee & Sons. Once the project completes in late summer 2014, travel along this section of Route 255 will be smoother and more efficient. PennDOT will issue regular updates on this project.

Activity the week of Sept. 16 will include:

• The contractor will begin work on Sunday at 8p.m. and continue through Thursday.

• On Monday night, the contractor will begin paving the final wearing surface on the northbound and southbound lanes of Route 255 between Iron Run Road and the Tractor Supply intersection. Motorists should be alert for changing traffic patterns. Flaggers will be in place at intersections to direct traffic.

•On Tuesday night/Wednesday morning, the contractor will complete paving on Route 255 and begin to shift traffic into a new traffic pattern. The new traffic pattern will be in place Wednesday morning. This work will take place on Route 255 between the intersection at Tractor Supply and Iron Run Road. The new traffic pattern will allow for 2 lanes of northbound traffic and 2 lanes of southbound traffic and a center turning lane. To control traffic, flaggers will be at the following intersections: Tractor Supply, School Road, Ford Road, and Plaza Drive. Flaggers will remain at these intersections until the temporary traffic signals are relocated and activated during dayshift on Wednesday.

On Thursday, the travel lanes on Route 255 northbound and southbound will be closed during daytime working hours to perform work adjacent to the highway. These lanes will re-open at the end of the shift.

• State Street (Route 120) between the Route 255 intersection and Rock Street will be restricted to one lane during working hours to install a sanitary sewer line. This work will be performed all week long during daytime work hours. Flaggers will be in place to direct traffic.

• The contractor will continue prepping and paving driveway tie-ins during daytime hours along Route 255 between the Tractor Supply intersection and Pistner Road.

• The current traffic pattern between the intersection with Tractor Supply Co. and extending to the intersection at Iron Run Road will be in place until Tuesday night. This pattern restricts traffic to one lane northbound and one lane southbound with a center turning lane. Motorists are reminded that the center turn lane is for turning movements only.

• Access to businesses within the work zone will be maintained during normal business hours.

All work is weather and schedule dependent. Motorists are advised to watch for slow-moving and stopped vehicles through the entire work zone. Motorists are advised to be cautious when traveling through the work zone and should obey the posted speed limit.

Overall work includes pavement repair, drainage improvements, addition of a right-turn lane for Route 255 northbound traffic at Vine Street, re-alignment of the Arch Street intersection, a right turn lane on Route 120 east for traffic heading south on Route 255, and other construction items. Dave Gutelius Excavating Inc. of Mifflinburg is the contractor on this $12.8 million project.

About a one-mile section of roadway separates this project from PennDOT’s other Route 255 project that stretches from north of Greenbriar Drive to just south of the Kersey/Route 948 intersection.

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Child Safety Seat Checks Scheduled

Harrisburg – State Police and PennDOT are encouraging motorists to participate in free child passenger safety seat checkups throughout Pennsylvania as the agencies mark National Child Passenger Safety Week, Sept. 15 – 21.

In addition, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, has been designated as “National Seat Check Saturday.”

“I urge all parents and caregivers to get their seats checked, because using the right seat in the right position is so important to children’s safety,” PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch said. “Anyone who transports children has the responsibility to make sure they’re legally and correctly secured – that’s why we work with police and safety partners to make child safety resources available year-round.”

PennDOT funds resources such as training and educational materials for 145 fitting stations across Pennsylvania, at which more than 5,000 car seats were checked last year. The checkups are designed to teach drivers the proper installation and use of child safety seats.

“Our first priority must be to protect the safety of our most precious cargo every time we get behind the wheel,” Pennsylvania State Police Lieutenant Colonel George L. Bivens said. “Traffic crashes are among the leading causes of death in Pennsylvania, and educating the public about the proper use of child safety seats plays an important role in saving lives.”

Each of the department’s troops will conduct at least one safety seat check during the week, Bivens said. The seat checks are designed to teach drivers the proper installation and use of child safety seats.

“Child safety seats will save lives, but only when they are installed and used properly,” Bivens said.

Pennsylvania law requires that children under the age of 4 ride in a federally approved car seat that is appropriate for the child's age, height and weight. Children between the ages of 4 and 8 must use a booster seat if they are no longer in a car seat.

The state’s seat belt law mandates that children ages 8 to 17 must use a seat belt, and violating this law is a primary offense. It is a secondary offense for drivers and front seat passengers age 18 and older to travel unbuckled.

Because of the potential dangers associated with air bag deployment, children ages 12 and under should always ride in a vehicle’s back seat.

The State Police Bureau of Patrol also offered the following tips:

• Read and follow the car seat and vehicle manufacturers’ instructions;
• Use the car’s seat belt to anchor the seat to the car unless you are using a child safety seat with the LATCH system;
• Fill out and return the registration card for your seat so you'll know if it is recalled because of a problem;
• Make sure the seat’s harness fits snugly; and
• Use a tether strap if the seat requires it.

For more information on car seat safety and to get a list of state police car seat safety inspection locations and dates, click on the "Public Safety" link at

To view a list of PennDOT-supported car seat checks and see how PennDOT promotes child passenger safety, visit, then "Traffic Safety Information Center" and "Child Passenger Safety."

The following is a list of free car seat events scheduled in PennDOT District 2 for Child Passenger Safety Week:

Cameron County: Monday, Sept. 16, 10:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m., Emporium Fire Hall, 419 N. Broad St., Emporium, PA 15834.

Clearfield County: Monday, Sept. 16, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m., Clearfield Borough Fire Department, 108 S. Cherry St., Clearfield, PA 16830.
Wednesday, Sept. 18, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Little Hands Child Care, 180 McCracken Run Rd., DuBois, PA 15801.

Elk County: Thursday, Sept. 19, PennDOT – Elk County Maintenance Building, 32 Saint Leo St., Ridgway, PA 15853.

McKean County: Sunday, Sept. 15, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Zook Motors, 25 Willow Run, Kane, PA 16735.

Potter County: Thursday, Sept. 19, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Coudersport Volunteer Ambulance Co., 122 E. Second St., Coudersport, PA 16915.

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Meeting on Tuesday for
Congress Street Neighborhood Plan

Representatives from Derck and Edson will be sharing information gained as part of the revitalization strategy planning process for the designated NPP area.

The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church and will feature statistical information as well as committee specific items for neighborhood stakeholders.

If you are willing to participate in shaping the future of the NPP area please plan on attending this session. Lisa Keck noted, “This meeting will showcase the comprehensive data collection and creative approach to neighborhood revitalization utilized in developing a strategy for moving forward with efforts. Everyone is encouraged to attend and be part of the critical first step in changing this community for the better.”

Topics that will be discussed during the meeting will include and are not limited to: fa├žade projects, infrastructure improvements, clean-ups, committees, block parties and neighborhood engagement.

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Fire, Ambulance Grant Applications Available

Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) today announced area emergency response organizations may now submit applications for the 2013-14 Fire Company and Volunteer Ambulance Service Grant Program (FCVASGP).

The program is funded through state gaming proceeds.

“Since its inception, the grant program has provided more than $3.2 million in funding to fire and ambulance companies in the three-county area,” Causer said. “This program is an important investment in the safety of our citizens and our communities.”

Grants may be used for construction or renovation of a unit’s station, the purchase or repair of equipment, training or debt reduction. The maximum grant amount is $15,000 for fire companies and $10,000 for volunteer ambulance services. A total of $30 million will be awarded through the program.

Grants to eligible fire companies will be contingent on their agreeing to participate in and report information using the Pennsylvania Fire Information Reporting System (PennFIRS).

The application period will close at 4 p.m. on Oct. 24.

For more information, visit Causer’s website at and click on “Fire and Ambulance Grants.”

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St. Bonaventure University Dedicates,
Blesses New Swan Business Center

By Tom Missel
Director of Media Relations/Marketing

St. Bonaventure University formally dedicated a new academic building for the second time in five years Thursday, blessing the William E. and Ann L. Swan Business Center.

The state-of-the-art home to the university’s acclaimed School of Business officially opened Aug. 25 with an open house for students on the eve of the academic year. But university officials waited until Thursday to honor donors, designers, builders and faculty.

“This afternoon, we celebrate an extraordinary addition to our landscape, one that promises to lead the campus in a transformation of our teaching and learning paradigm,” said Mari Snyder, ’90, co-chair of the School of Business Advisory Council. “At the same time, it signals what we have known for some time — that St. Bonaventure’s School of Business is world-class, and it now has a facility befitting that distinction.”

Snyder is vice president of Social Responsibility and Community Engagement at Marriott International, Inc.

Leading the 30-minute dedication ceremony into the blessing of the building was Ann Swan, who donated $3 million to the building campaign in honor of her late husband, William E. Swan, ’69, a longtime Western New York business leader and philanthropist, and a dedicated university alumnus and Board of Trustees chair.

“We stand in front of the physical realization of her dream — a dream that reflects an ideal Bonaventure man and a woman of iron will and generous heart — and more than 1,000 other believers in this dream,” said Sr. Margaret Carney, O.S.F., university president.

When Swan first told the president of her “heartfelt desire to create an expression of her late husband’s life-long devotion to St. Bonaventure,” Sr. Margaret said the university’s first proposals to fulfill that dream didn’t impress Swan.

“She challenged us — administration and trustees — to bring her an inspirational goal,” Sr. Margaret said. “Her determination gave us the courage to dream, and here we are.”

The 26,000-square-foot Swan Center features a financial services lab with electronic ticker tape, a corporate boardroom, state-of-the-art classrooms, spaces for student collaboration, team building, and faculty research, a dean’s suite, innovative technology uses, and a serious commitment to sustainability.

“The Swan Center is the quintessential game-changer for our School of Business and other programs at St. Bonaventure,” said Dr. Pierre Balthazard, dean of the School of Business. “Perhaps most exciting about this new facility is how it invites students to work in teams and small groups; to make the building their home before, during and after class. This will be a 24/7/365 facility.”

Robert Daugherty, ’77, chair of the School of Business Campaign, said the new facility will have countless benefits for students.

“Not only will they get a job, they will be the leaders who create jobs. That’s what we’ve done here. We’ve created a learning environment that will position our students to lead in an increasingly complex and challenging world,” said Daugherty, a retired partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

A unique feature of the building is seven words on the tile wall leading up the terrazzo staircase from the atrium: Contemplation, Love, Respect, Joy, Peace, Compassionate Service.

“These words … had deep meaning for Bill, as he learned of their important role in his life during his time as a student at St. Bonaventure,” Swan said of her husband, who carried these words on a card in his breast pocket every day.

“I present these values to you, most especially to the students and faculty of St. Bonaventure University, as I aim for them to bring you peace and joy as you study here, surrounded by our rich Franciscan experience,” Swan said.

Fr. John O’Connor, O.F.M., provincial minister of Holy Name Province; Br. F. Edward Coughlin, O.F.M., ’70, vice president for the Franciscan Mission; and Fr. Francis Di Spigno, O.F.M., executive director of University Ministries, and several university friars blessed the building with prayer and incense at the end of the ceremony.

Students and faculty conducted tours of the Swan Center after the ceremony.

The university opened the William F. Walsh Science Center in 2008.

Pictured, Fr. Francis Di Spigno, O.F.M., spoons liquid incense on to burning coals inside dishes held by fellow friars at St. Bonaventure during the blessing portion of Thursday's dedication ceremony outside the Swan Center.
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Charles Cole Memorial Hospital Gets Grant Money

U.S. Representative Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson, R-Howard, today announced that Charles Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport, Potter County, is one of 20 hospitals in Pennsylvania that will receive funding under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Small Rural Hospital Improvement Program (SHIP). The funds will support information technology upgrades used for documenting the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

“Healthcare delivery to our rural communities can be challenging,” stated Rep. Thompson. “These types of grants level the playing field with our urban counterparts, and will assist Cole Memorial in upgrading their current technologies to meet the changing industry standards and better serve the people of Coudersport and the surrounding communities.”

Cole Memorial will receive approximately $7,500 that will be used to support the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10, the new diagnosis and procedure code sets used by hospitals to group and identify patient encounters. Hospitals are required to make the transition to ICD-10 by October 1, 2014.

“Cole Memorial is fortunate to have the support of Congressman Thompson and others who understand the need to preserve access to high quality care in rural Pennsylvania,” stated Edward C. Pitchford, President and CEO of Charles Cole Memorial. “Their voice in Washington and Harrisburg on behalf of the citizens who live and work in areas such as ours is invaluable.”

In Pennsylvania, a total of 20 small and rural hospitals with fewer than 50 beds, will receive funds through the SHIP grant. The SHIP funds are initially awarded to the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health, which provides technical assistance to hospitals throughout the commonwealth.

The Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health was established at Penn State University in 1991. It is a joint effort by the university’s College of Health and Human Development and the Penn State Outreach and Penn State Extension. The office is funded by the federal Office of Rural Health Policy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and Penn State.

Casey Bill Would Increase Funding for
Bridges Owned By Counties, Municipalities

Washington, DC- As Pennsylvania struggles to upgrade bridges across the state, U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) today unveiled a bipartisan proposal to increase funding for bridges owned by counties and municipalities.

McKean County has the highest percentage of structurally deficient bridges in the state with 96 of 221 (43.4 percent) listed as deficient, according to figures provided by Casey's office.

Casey’s bipartisan bill was introduced with Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO) and could increase funding for these so-called ‘off system’ bridges by about $30 million in Pennsylvania. During last year’s transportation bill, Casey and Blunt successfully teamed up to add additional funds to these bridges and this legislation will renew that effort. That effort resulted in $74 million being set aside for Pennsylvania bridges in fiscal year 2013.

“Investing in our state’s crumbling bridges will create jobs and ensure our counties and municipalities have safe and reliable transportation systems,” Senator Casey said. “This commonsense, bipartisan approach to investing in our infrastructure has a proven track record of success and I’m pushing for Congress to support this effort.”

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Man in Court on Drug Charges -- Again

A Bradford man sentenced last week on drug charges waived a preliminary hearing today on a different set of charges.

20-year-old Zachery Dahlke allegedly had a baggie of marijuana at a Crosby’s store in Bradford Township on Christmas Day last year.

He’s charged with a felony count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance. He’s free on $25,000 unsecured bail.

Last week in McKean County Court he was sentenced to 18 months’ probation and 120 hours of community service for possession with intent to deliver.

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Crash Near Lewis Run Crosby's

Crash on Route 219 in Lewis Run across from Crosby's. No injuries, but traffic control has been requested.

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Flames Rage on Jersey Shore Boardwalk

Flames are spreading rapidly along the boardwalk in Seaside Park at the Jersey Shore after a fire started at Kohr's Ice Cream shop. The fire, which started around 2:30 p.m., appears to be getting larger, as video from Skyforce10 shows dark, thick smoke and flames rising from several block along the boardwalk. Read more at

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Three-Car Crash on Route 6

A four-year-old girl is dead following a three-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Route 6 in Roulette Township.

The girl, who was in a safety seat, was pronounced dead at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport.

Police say a car driven by 23-year-old Kelly Bresnahan of Dalton crossed the center line and hit a pickup truck driven by 59-year-old Douglas Merck of Murrysville, and then hit a pickup truck driven by 62-year-old Andrew Chapman Smethport.

Merck and Bresnahan were transported to area hospitals with moderate injuries. A three year-old boy and 27-year-old Tiffany Kowalewski of Mount Cary were flown by helicopter to out of town hospitals for treatment. Chapman wasn't injured.

Police are continuing their investigation.

Route 6 is closed in Roulette Township from Trout Brook Road to Reed Run Road.


Emergency crews are on their way to a three-vehicle crash on Route 6 in Roulette Township.

Emergency radio reports indicate that five people are involved, there is entrapment and at least one person has been ejected.

We'll have more information as it becomes available.

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Cemetery Office Damaged

The maintenance office of a Ridgway-area cemetery was damaged sometime between 2:30 Wednesday afternoon and 8 o’clock this morning.

Police someone attempted to enter the office at Parklawn Memorial Gardens on Boot Jack Road through a side window. The person used a small object to try to get in through the window, damaging the window frame.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact Ridgway-based state police.

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One Book Bradford
The Aviator's Wife

One Book Bradford has chosen Melanie Benjamin's "The Aviator's Wife" as its "community read" for this season.

This work of historical fiction gives reader's look into the lives the Charles Lindbergh and his wife Anne Morrow Lindbergh, through Benjamin's eyes. Often overshadowed by her husband, Anne was accomplished in her own right -- a successful author and the first licensed female glider pilot in the United States.

As always, One Book Bradford has lined up events to complement the book. The first is an "Aviator's Lunch" on October 5 at The Runway Bar & Grill at Bradford Regional Airport. Airport Manager Tom Frungillo will give a presentation on the history of the airport. A limited number of tickets will be available at the Bradford Area Public Library. Bruce Klein will be on hand to give people rides in his biplane (for a fee) at the peak of fall foliage season.

The One Book Bradford season will culminate with a visit from the author in May.

To hear more about the book and One Book Bradford listen to today's "LiveLine." Click the "Local Programs" tab.

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Drill at SCI Forest

UPDATE 11 a.m.: The Full Scale Exercise at SCI Forest has been completed. The institution has returned to normal operations at this time.

SCI Forest is conducting a Full Scale Exercise at this time. It started at 8:26 a.m.

Please do not be alarmed by extra Law Enforcement Officers in the area or around the the institution.

This is only an exercise.

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

City Firefighters Remember 9/11

Photo by Kimm Brown

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City of Bradford Police Log for 9/11/13

City of Bradford Police on Wednesday investigated the attempted theft of a motor vehicle from Main Street, disturbances on East Main and Congress streets and harassment on Main Street and Campus Drive. Officers also looked into suspicious activity on Euclid and Homestead avenues.

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Gardening Classes at Destinations-Bradford

Destinations-Bradford is hosting tow gardening programs taught by local Businessman and Homesteader, Jim Machuga. These classes are in addition to the general outreach programs already in place.

Fall Planting- It’s Not Over “, will be held on Tuesday, September 17thh at 2:15pm. With this session you can learn what you can do to extend the fall growing and harvest time for your garden. Gardening can aide with healthy food choices, promote physical and social activity and help persons and families cut food expenses.

“Preparing Your Garden For 2014”, is scheduled for Tuesday, October 15th at 2:15pm. What should you do to be ready for the 2014 growing season? Come and find out. It’s closer than you think.

Both classes will be held at Destinations-Bradford, 1 Main Street. Classes are free and open to the public. Reservations are required as seating is limited. Please contact Destinations-Bradford to reserve your seat.

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