LIMESTONE — For the past two years, elementary students with the Allegany-Limestone Central School District have been getting together and having fun during the end-of-the-year picnic at Mystic Water Resort.
OLEAN — Work for the Olean City School District’s capital project will continue while students are away this summer, including completely closing off East View Elementary School’s open floor plan.
Since 2017, the city has been approving a water rate lower than thought, Mayor Bill Aiello said -- leading to users technically being charged 100 times more per gallon of water than approved.
ALLEGANY — After dozens of sausage rolls were delivered to the Allegany Engine Company’s cook tent Tuesday, several volunteer firemen pulled on plastic gloves, picked up kitchen knives and began slicing the fresh bread for the crowds of people expected to visit the Old Home Week and Carnival…
Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello defeated Allegany County Legislature Chairman Curtis Crandall Tuesday in the Republican primary in the 57th State Senate district.
OLEAN — Following months of criticism, Buffalo Bishop Richard Malone will be in Olean this weekend to listen to parishioners’ concerns about the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo’s clergy sexual abuse crisis.
OLEAN — Despite cutting mosquito spraying out of the 2019-20 city budget, officials will continue using off-the-shelf pesticides again this year.
BELMONT — A Belmont man who dropped a 1-year-old child while allegedly under the influence of heroin will serve prison time.
LITTLE GENESEE — Dozens of classic cars, motorcycles and other vehicles were on display Saturday for the first annual Wheels of Time car show and fundraiser event to benefit the Hart Comfort House of Wellsville.
OLEAN — Olean High School graduate Saad Mirza was asked a lot this past year why he was doing what he was doing.
CUBA — Flowers, shrubs and small town spirit are all on display in Cuba as a result of the dedicated efforts of the Cuba Beautification Committee.
Phase 1 of the long hoped-for improvements is complete, and the doors are once again open during regular hours for people to visit, adopt, volunteer and retrieve lost animals.
Two Olean Common Council members, one former alderman and an incumbent Cattaraugus County legislator are seeking the Republican nomination for three District 8 seats covering the city of Olean.
Paul Heimel, Potter County commissioner and board member of the Eliot Ness Fest, said this year’s festival “is going to be amazing.”
OLEAN — City republicans will head to the polls Tuesday to decide on candidates for the county Legislature, as well as two aldermen positions, in November.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Former radical Judith Clark says she has spent the last two years focusing on the seriousness of her crime, the suffering of victims and any reparations she could make.
MIAMI (AP) — The Democratic presidential candidates taking the stage to kick off the primary debates include more women than ever before, six contenders challenging assumptions that voters and…
NEW YORK (AP) — Four siblings have each received sentences of less than a year in prison after cooperating with prosecutors for most of the last decade in a tax fraud case.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo is traveling to Israel for a quick trip aimed at strengthening economic ties and showing support following recent anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S.
The largest oil refinery on the East Coast will close after a devastating fire last week that set off explosions and damaged equipment, and consumers could see gas prices rise as summer travel…
According to New York State Police, the charges initially stemmed from an investigation made into a complaint on Mill Street. Deputies determined that Cornell had allegedly been operating a motor vehicle in an intoxicated condition.
OLEAN — A Freedom man was charged just after midnight Friday after Olean police reportedly found drugs on him, including multiple bags of methamphetamine.
EAST OTTO — An East Otto man faces charges after allegedly striking a female victim with a hammer.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump misstated his record on poverty and how tariffs work as he weighed in on Twitter and in an interview Wednesday with bold claims at odds with reality.
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Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is caused when an individual witnesses or experiences a tragic event. Though they may not surface for months or years, symptoms include sleeplessness, depression, a heightened state of anxiety, flashbacks to the event and avoidance of places, people or activities that are reminders of the trauma. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), 7.7 million adults in the U.S. live with PTSD, though women are more likely to develop this condition.
Cyber PE classes for students encourage healthy lifestyles and promote flexibility in curriculum
Hint: Skip the hotdog, you'll thank yourself later
Ian McNichol was about 13 or 14, playing shortstop for his baseball team, when he sustained his first serious blow to the head. He lost a pop-up in the sun, and the ball struck him square in the right eye. Four years later, he was hit in the face again while playing baseball. Both incidents resulted in concussions.
It’s said that a positive attitude is essential to health and wellness. Keeping a positive attitude in the face of great obstacles — tragedy, anger, violence, illness or hardship — is life’s toughest challenge. Hank Commodore has a simple, unfailing solution: Humble yourself with wisdom, and practice love and kindness to humankind.
A range of diverse advocacy groups are lauding the latest Executive Order signed by President Donald Trump that requires hospitals to publicly disclose what patients and insurers actually pay for services in an easy-to-read and accessible format – before they receive care.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is requesting that Congress increase federal funding toward the maintenance of the Great Lakes from $300 million annually to $475 million annually.
Congress has approved of lifting a ban on giving medical patients a unique identifier as part of an effort to prevent the practice of doctor shopping for addictive painkillers and reduce medical mix-ups.
Ten years after the Great Recession, U.S. states continue to deal with the fallout of decisions made during the downturn and some, like Illinois, face a real threat of not being prepared for a future recession, according to a new report from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's former Prime Minister Ehud Barak announced Wednesday that he is returning to politics and forming a new party that will aim to unseat Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in upcoming elections.
MINSK, Belarus (AP) — A 55-year-old table-tennis player has won a bronze medal at the European Games, 36 years after she was a world champion for China.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with U.S. President Donald Trump on the sidelines of an international summit in Japan, the Kremlin said Wednesday, in talks that come amid bitter differences between Moscow and Washington.
BERLIN (AP) — Torrid weather gripped large parts of western and central Europe on Wednesday, setting new June temperature records in Germany and the Czech Republic and forcing drivers to slow down on some sections of the famously speedy German autobahns.