School Board To Meet Monday
PANAMA — The Panama Central School Board will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the cafeteria. The public is invited to view the meeting virtually at www.pancent.org.
WESTFIELD — A Dunkirk man who police say created a dozen fake Facebook accounts over the course of three months to, among other things, harass another person was charged this week. The Westfield Police Department received word Dec. 15 that 45-year-old Mark R. Yerico was allegedly creating fake accounts on the popular social networking site using another person’s name and her personal photographs without permission. During the three-month investigation by Westfield police, it is alleged the Dunkirk man created a minimum of 12 such fake Facebook accounts to “post false, inaccurate information about the victim.” The action, according to police in a news release, was in violation of an order of protection. Yerico was served a ticket to appear in court on a second-degree criminal contempt charge.
Pantry Truck In Ashville Feb. 23
ASHVILLE — The Food Bank of Western New York mobile pantry truck from Falconer will be at the Ashville United Methodist Church on Tuesday, Feb. 23. Open hours are 10 a.m. to noon and 3-5 p.m. The truck brings fresh produce and some staple items. To receive free food, only proof of address from the following ZIP codes is required: Ashville 14710, Bemus Point 14712, Celoron 14720, Lakewood 14750, Niobe 14758, Panama 14767, Stow 14785 and anyone who lives in the town of Busti. Face masks will be required and social distancing observed.
The food will be pre-boxed like last month. For more information, call Martha at 763-9252.