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March 10th, 2015
After a foot pursuit along Brusselles Street, police apprehended a suspect in the alley behind Sheetz. One of the officers could be heard admonishing the suspect for running. The officer said he had almost been stuck by a needle that was reportedly found in the suspect's pocket.
WILCOX â€“Â Construction activities on the $132.5 million East Branch Dam Safety Initiative project have begun.
Despite winter weather, the project's contractor, Layne Christensen Company of Texas, has started work including setting up numerous trailers onsite, installing project and traffic signs, placement of erosion and sediment control features and stockpiling rock to be used to construct the project's work platform.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The Johnsonburg Area School District continues to look for answers to projected deficits in this school year and the next during a budget workshop held Tuesday night at Johnsonburg Area High School.
St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors approved a bond resolution to borrow $9.995 million along with the refund and restructuring of their 2010 bond in order to finance various capital improvement projects.
The motion was approved by a 6-2 vote with Matt Quesenberry and Pat Rezmerski opposing the motion.
Even with the new bond, the district will continue to make similar payments.
Currently, SMASD's annual debt service payment is $1.635 million and with the new bond would be $1.613 million, a roughly $22,000 decrease.
A St. Marys woman is charged in multiple felony charges related to the sale and distribution of alpha-PVP, the drug commonly known as bath salts.
Chelsea Ann Micale, 27, of 122 Houston Rd., was charged as a result of an ongoing investigation by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General's North Central Municipal Drug Task Force.
KANE â€“ A criminal case against a Kane man accused of raping a 7-year-old girl is headed to McKean County Court.
The defendant is Joseph Allen Snyder, 42, of 323 Moffit Ave., Kane.
Kane District Court Judge Dave Engman "bound over" all charges to McKean County Court following a preliminary hearing Monday at the Kane court on Fraley Street.
The defendant remains in the McKean County Jail near Smethport in lieu of $200,000 cash bail.
Students enrolled in St. Marys Area High School's metal working occupation (MWO) course of study are entering post-graduate life a step ahead of their counterparts.
SMAHS' metal shop teacher Ben Schneider instills in students the necessary skills manufacturers are looking for in employees. Those lessons, coupled with many of the students' employment at local plants and shops through the school's co-op program, has proven a successful start in many of their careers.
Residents from throughout the area were treated to an evening of music and a few good laughs Saturday night as Shenandoah took to the stage at the St. Marys Area High School's Carpin Auditorium along with local band Six Pak and comedian Bubba Bradley, as part of the annual concert presented by St. Marys Auto Body.
In ongoing efforts to revise the city's oil and gas ordinance, a three-member committee consisting of St. Marys City Council members have met separately with Seneca Resources representatives and concerned citizens to gain their input on the ordinance.
The oil and gas committee consists of Sally Geyer, Gary Anderson and Bob Mohr.
The next step is to conduct a public hearing, however solicitor Tom Wagner said he would like input from council members on what they have heard or any changes they may want made.
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