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Terroristic Threats Charges for Bradford Man

A Bradford man is in jail this morning, facing charges. Court records say that 25 year old Jonathon Shroyer was arraigned yesterday before Judge William K. Todd on charges of terroristic threats and disorderly conduct. He is being held in lieu of $10,000 bail. A preliminary hearing has been set…

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Mt. Jewett Teen Charged in Domestic

A Mt. Jewett teenager is facing charges in connection with a domestic incident yesterday morning. According to the State Police, the 15 year old girl was involved in an altercation at her home, which turned physical before the girl left. Police were able to locate her, and assault charges have…

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Spectrum to Stay in New York

Charter-Spectrum will be allowed to continue offering cable and internet service in New York under an agreement reached with regulators yesterday. Late yesterday, the New York Department of Public Service announced that Charter had agreed to expand its network to provide high-speed broadband service to 145,000 residences and businesses outside…

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Jamestown Driver Backs Into Cop Car During Stop

A Jamestown man is facing charges after backing his car into a police vehicle during a traffic stop yesterday. New York State Police report that 65 year old David Miller put his vehicle into reverse, striking and damaging the vehicle of a trooper who had stopped him. Miller was later…

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Shooting Suspect Requests Jury Trial

A Turtlepoint woman accused of shooting her boyfriend is asking for a jury trial. Attorneys for 34 year old Joann Hull told Judge John Pavlock that she wanted a trial during a brief plea conference Thursday. Hull is accused of shooting her boyfriend in the pelvic area on the afternoon…

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Kahle Receives Pitt-Bradford President’s Award for Staff Excellence

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford honored Richard Kahle, facilities director of the Richard E. and Ruth McDowell Sport and Fitness Center, during Honors Convocation on Friday. Kahle received the President’s Award for Staff Excellence from Lawrence Feick, interim president. “Rich is one of those unsung heroes whose work might…

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Post Office Open Regular Hours

The US Postal Service wants to remind people that the Bradford office is open for business as usual following an accident earlier this week. They say the lack of business has them concerned that people don’t realize they are open. On Wednesday, a vehicle crashed into the lobby of the…

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Spring Gobbler Season Approaching

Hunters across the Keystone State are anxiously awaiting the approach of spring turkey season. If weather cooperates, they won’t be disappointed. Even though widespread rain and colder-than-normal temperatures discouraged some turkey hunters last spring, those who ventured afield set the highest hunter success rate in years. The estimated 174,500 spring…

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Chase Lotter Arraigned

A former Eldred man accused of robbing the Kwik Fill in Bradford Township during a two-state crime spree has been arraigned on the Pennsylvania charges. 28-year-old Chase  Lotter is currently serving a 10-year sentence in New York State prison for multiple burglaries, robberies and thefts he committed between July 22…

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Bridge Work Starts Monday

Work to replace a bridge spanning Kane Creek on Route 6 just east of Mount Jewett is scheduled to start Monday. PennDOT says crews will begin roadway widening and drainage installation during daylight hours. Flaggers will enforce an alternating traffic pattern. When initial work is complete, a permanent lane shift…

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