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Empty Bowls and Baskets at Pitt-Bradford to benefit Friendship Table
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will hold its ninth Empty Bowls and Baskets Dinner of homemade soup and bread to raise awareness of the fight against hunger and to raise money for The Friendship Table.
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New downtown group meets with Leadership and planning director
The Downtown Warren Partnership hosted the most recent Leadership Warren County group and Dan Glotz, county planning director, at a Wednesday morning meeting held at Vita Bella Italian Caffe.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Indecent Assault Charges Bound to Court
Indecent assault charges against a Bradford man have been bound to court following a preliminary hearing in District Judge Dominic Cercone's office.
Wednesday Update on Eastern & Atlantic Canada Storm
Here are my latest thoughts on the ongoing storm for eastern and Atlantic Canada.
Walleye Fishing 101 offered next week (March 19) at Pitt-Bradford
The class will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. March 19 in the Lester and Barbara Rice Auditorium in Fisher Hall.
Psychologists to give talk March 17 at Pitt-Bradford on inmate rehabilitation through animal programs
Dr. Clarissa Uttley, a member of the faculty at the Plymouth State University whose areas of expertise include early childhood, psychology and pet therapy, will speak this month at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford about prison-based animal programs.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Erie Times News
State money to fund Kinzua visitors center, Pymatuning improvements
The Enhance Penn's Woods program announced by Gov. Tom Corbett in February will fund long-needed improvements to the Pymatuning dam and build a visitors center at the Kinzua Viaduct.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Sixteen staff members at Pitt-Bradford honored for years of service
Kathy L. Moonan, manager of accounts payable and one of the longest-serving members of the Pitt-Bradford staff, was recognized for 35 years of service.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Newbery-winner Avi to speak at Pitt-Bradford
Avi, the Newbery Award-winning author of more than 70 books for children and young adults, will visit the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford March 19. The presentation, "A Conversation with Avi," will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the Harriett B. Wick Chapel.
Pitt-Bradford celebrates the '60s with Supreme Reflections
Supreme Reflections, a Supremes tribute group, will bring the music of Motown to the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford's Bromeley Family Theater this month.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Women's history month at Pitt-Bradford to feature writers, Motown and more
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will kick off its Women's History Month activities March 4 with a visit from ecologist, author and cancer survivor, Dr. Sandra Steingraber.
Pitt-Bradford to hold Blue and Gold Dash April 6th 2014
Runners and walkers are invited to take part in a 50th Anniversary Blue and Gold Dash at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, a 1A1 2-mile fun run/walk around campus where participants will get doused in blue and gold color powder from head to toe.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Pitt-Bradford to name new residence hall for Rices
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will name its new residence hall in honor of Lester Rice, chairman emeritus and former CEO of KOA Speer Electronics Inc. and the Mukaiyama-Rice Foundation, and his wife, Barbara.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Dr. Holly J. Spittler of Bradford selected for Chancellor's Award for Staff Excellence
University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark Nordenberg has selected Dr. Holly J. Spittler of Bradford as a recipient of the 2014 Chancellor's Award for Staff Excellence in Service to the University.
Pitt-Bradford's Panah recognized by American Junior Academy of Science
Dr. Assad Panah, who has been teaching geology and petroleum technology at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford for 30 years, has a new award to add to his long list of recognitions and accolades.
Woman accused of assaulting 19-month-old girl
Medical staff at Women and Children's Hospital have determined a 19-month-old girl suffered head trauma that was most likely caused by reckless shaking.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
New Hope for Migraine Sufferers: Dr Jason Wood of Bradford, PA Talks...
Dr Jason Wood of Wood Chiropractic in Bradford, PA talks about some new research being conducted by the University of Calgary and the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association that is shedding some new light on the cause of migraines and offers hopes to those who suffer from them.
Member of Pitt-Bradford faculty to give piano recital
John Liberatore, visiting assistant professor of music at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, will give a Noon Tunes piano recital Friday.
The Lebanon Daily News
Court upholds ex-priest's corruption conviction
A Pennsylvania appeals court has upheld an ex-priest's conviction on a charge that he corrupted a 15-year-old boy by encouraging the teen to disobey his mother, but one judge argues they may have illegally broadened the statute in the process.
Sun Feb 23, 2014