OLEAN, N.Y. — If there was any question about the viability of the New York-Pennsylvania Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase, it was answered last August when, with the calendar running out and the …
OLEAN, N.Y. — The clock struck noon on an otherwise uneventful Thursday, July 1.
Michael Miller has taught martial arts locally for over two decades.
I’m often asked why I love to hunt and fish by those who don’t.
When the announcement came, my thoughts went to Martha Ruether.
He signed with the New York Yankees in 1951, spending his first professional season, at age 19, with the club’s Class D affiliate in … Olean, N.Y.
The unexpected call came in the middle of June.
Back in the early 1970s, before coaching in the National Football League became a year-round proposition, the draft was held in late January.
When Covid-19 hit, you could practically hear the screech of brakes as our country came to a rapid stop.
SALAMANCA, N.Y. — He missed the enduring charm of competing in the former IAABO Tournament at St. Bonaventure.
Anyone who has fished for any length of time has had a bad day using old fishing line. Remembering that experience is like a painful blister; the frustration, knots, snarled spools, broken lin…
Earlier this season, in this space, my frustration with the incursion of analytics into baseball telecasts boiled over.
ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. – Not long ago, it would have been the biggest story, by a wide margin, of the summer.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of a two-part series on Allegany native Martha Ruether, a vision-impaired swimmer who will compete in the 16th Paralympic Games later this summer in Tokyo.)
BROCKWAY — The Frank Varischetti All-Star Game is played as an exhibition.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part series on Allegany native Martha Ruether, a vision-impaired swimmer who will compete in the 16th Paralympic Games later this summer in Tokyo.)
(Editor’s note: This is the last outdoor column written by Roger Sager before his death on June 14. His children, Eric Sager and Suzi Marasco, transcribed the article into a computer from the …
Though May was one of the driest, if not the driest May I’ve ever seen, June has had more than enough showers and thunderstorms.
Back in April, Rachel Bush, wife of Bills safety Jordan Poyer, tweeted that the controversy over coronavirus vaccination “could tear the team apart.”
The legacy remains, 41 years after he retired, 12 of them following his passing.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of a two-part series on Rixford, Pa. native Scott Fox, a NASCAR award-winning engine assembler for the highly-successful Hendrick Motorsports team.)
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part series on Rixford, Pa. native Scott Fox, an NASCAR award-winning engine assembler for the highly-successful Hendrick Motorsports team.)
(Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series on St. Bonaventure basketball great George Carter, for whom a proper burial and memorial service took place this morning following his d…
From the moment I accepted my job as a sports reporter at The Bradford Era last July, I knew Bradford was a special place.
Today, the trend in fishing seems to be toward more and more specialized rods.
The Sunday before Memorial Day is a great one for auto racing fans ... the Indianapolis 500 at 12:30 and the Coca-Cola 600 some six hours later.
Throughout my time at West Virginia University, I was told on numerous occasions that the Mountain State connection runs deep wherever you go.
(Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series on Salamanca native Bradley Poole, who intends to run 300 miles in three days to raise both money and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis. Toda…
Opposition in all things is necessary for growth.
Bills coach Sean McDermott probably knew it was coming.
This column was supposed to be on the PGA Championship.
It’s the type of stage that not once, but three times evaded it last season.
OLEAN, N.Y. — Dwayne Randall figured there was a strong chance he’d be No. 1.
Let’s talk some baseball … specifically no-hitters and Tony La Russa.
I’ve always thought that fishing has to be the biggest “gadget sport” I ever knew of. The proof of this is easily seen in the size of tackle boxes filled and the number of rods and reels accum…