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This year's Coaches vs. Cancer campaign, held throughout both days of the Elk County Holiday Basketball Tournament, raised $1,186.89 to benefit the American Cancer Society.
During halftime of the boys' championship game Saturday evening at the St. Marys Area High School Dutch Oven, SMAHS Activities Director Terry Straub read a brief message on behalf of the American Cancer Society, which expressed appreciation to the "coaches and players for lending their talent and faces to the 2014 Coaches vs. Cancer campaign."
KERSEY â€“ Holiday festivities turned ugly when an argument over beer in the refrigerator ended in a fat bloody lip for Eugene Eldon Neureiter Jr., 51, of Kersey.
Anne Margaret Simpson, 44, of Meadville, is charged with a misdemeanor count of simple assault and a summary count of harassment.
According to the criminal complaint filed by State Trooper Russell Stewart, "The accused related that she struck the victim in the face with a closed fist and would do it again."
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A St. Marys man is facing felony charges of theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing money from his place of employment.
Jamie Neal Wilson, 35, of 10 Mark St., a store manager at St. Marys AutoZone, is accused of stealing money that he was responsible for depositing at PNC bank and taking cash from registers.
On Nov. 20, the St. Marys Police were contacted by AutoZone's regional loss prevention manager who reported that three deposits were missing from Oct. 17-19.
It may not seem out of the ordinary to many to hear that beer was being brewed at Straub Brewery on Saturday morning, but what was unique about the beer in question this past Saturday was that it was not the brewery's beer but instead was a recipe created by area resident Adam Correll.
As a staple of St. Marys holiday displays, Paul Schneider of Averyville Road has been creating his famous lighting scenes for the past 35 years. His Christmas display is his largest, followed by Halloween as a close second.
The display, done mostly in clear lights, spans Schneider's front, side and back yards. Among the festive display are two Nativity scenes, angels, toy soldiers, Santa Claus, carolers, and an array of snowmen along with other winter characters. Schneider also creates displays for Thanksgiving, Valentine's Day, St. Patricks, Easter, and the Fourth of July.
Just in time for Christmas, Toby Water customers in Fox Township were informed Tuesday the boil water notice had been lifted following the discovery of a potentially dangerous parasite found in the local water system just over a month ago.
According to Rob Singer, Toby Water Treatment Plant system operator, the township installed an upgraded connection to St. Marys Water in order to supply customers with much needed clean water.
The annual Coaches vs. Cancer program, which raises funds to benefit the American Cancer Society, will once again be held in conjunction with the Elk County Holiday Basketball Tournament, which will be held on Friday and Saturday at the St. Marys Area High School. According to Roben Daghir, who coordinates the annual fundraiser, this year's event will featuring returning favorites as well as new additions.
Food, fun and friendship is what the annual Christmas Day Dinner has been providing to St. Marys area residents for the past 20 years.
Each year the community mission project has grown in popularity. Last year 223 meals were served in the dining hall while another 225 meals were delivered to area residents.
The free event is open to all residents of St. Marys, Fox Township and Jay Township. Meals are served beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Christmas Day at the First United Methodist Church's Asbury Hall, located along North St. Marys Street.
JAY TWP. â€“ A Benezette resident has been charged with the theft of various pieces of jewelry, including items of sentimental value to Denise Lorraine Bahl, 55, of Force.
Robert Joseph Wehner, 46, of Benezette was charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property when another acquaintance, Earnest Caldarelli, searched Wehner's belongings and found him to be in possession of Bahl's jewelry as well as jewelry belonging to Caldarelli. Wehner reportedly told police that he wasn't present when they went through his suitcase and doesn't know where the jewelry came from.