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May 6th, 2015

Lady Dutch softball defeats Bradford on Senior Night

May 7, 2015

The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch defeated the Bradford Lady Owls by a 10-0 score in five innings on Senior Night. The game was played at Benzinger Park.

Suspicious packages cause emergency response

May 6, 2015

RIDGWAY – Three suspicious packages intercepted by law enforcement at the Elk County Courthouse prompted a large emergency response by local police officers and fire department members.
Elk County Sheriff Theresa Merritt said the "suspicious packages" were delivered to the courthouse in Ridgway and were quickly "removed from the building so everyone was safe in the building and court could operate."
The packages were discovered between 10:45-11 a.m.

Overweight, lost trucks posing challenge in Fox Twp.

May 6, 2015

KERSEY – Pa. State Police Corporal Smith presented a brief annual report to the Fox Township Supervisors during their regular monthly meeting held Wednesday evening.
He began by noting 99 percent of PSP responses in Fox Township are to Walmart along with the four-lane highway, which are their busiest areas.
Among the Walmart related crimes are retail thefts, hit-and-runs in the parking lot, thefts from motor vehicles, and bad checks.
Smith also addressed concern over ATV safety.
Fox and Jay townships are the biggest townships in Elk County that have ATV-approved roads.

Prom Promise mock crash, trial illustrates reality of drunk driving

May 6, 2015

As prom approaches on Saturday for both St. Marys high schools, students are reminded of the sobering reality and lifelong consequences of drunk driving as part of the Prom Promise program.
Elk County Catholic High School hosted this year's Prom Promise mock crash and trial, which is rotated between ECC and St. Marys Area High School each year. The program is hosted by the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) high school clubs.
On Tuesday afternoon, a mock crash scene was staged in the ECC parking lot followed by a mock trial held Wednesday.

Jacobs Property Inspection now open for business

May 6, 2015

Brian Jacobs of St. Marys has recently started Jacobs Property Inspection, an independent locally-owned home inspection service provider.
As the former sales manager and residential development division manager for two different residential/commercial construction companies, materials manager for a large mechanical contractor and owner/general manager of Stanton-Jacobs Homes, Jacobs said his 20 years and 200 homes of construction experience should aid him well in his business endeavor.

May 5th

SMA's Romain defeats Maines for singles title

May 6, 2015

St. Marys Area High School junior Jordan Romain defeated Clearfield's Kerry Maines for the District 9 Class AA singles title on Tuesday afternoon in a match played at Benzinger Park.

Lady Dutch defeat Brookville Lady Raiders 16-0

May 6, 2015

The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch softball team ran their record to 8-3 on the season Tuesday night as they defeated the Brookville Lady Raiders by a 16-0 score in four innings in the first game of a scheduled doubleheader.
The second game was called due to inclement weather with St. Marys on top 9-1 in the home half of the fourth inning.

Crusaders come from behind to defeat Brockway 10-2

May 6, 2015

The Elk County Catholic Crusader baseball team improved to 10-1 on the season with a 10-2 victory over the visiting Brockway Rovers under increasingly threatening skies Tuesday afternoon at Berwind Park.

ECCHS holds Prom Promise Mock Crash

May 5, 2015

A mock crash was held at Elk County Catholic High School on Tuesday afternoon to highlight the dangers of distracted driving ahead of this weekend's prom. The annual program alternates between Elk County Catholic and St. Marys Area High School and gives students a firsthand look at what happens during a crash as well as the lasting impact it can have on the lives of those involved. Emergency responders from a variety of area organizations were on scene to assist with the event.

Council questions political sign rules

May 5, 2015

With the primary election less than 30 days away on May 19, political signs dot the landscape found everywhere from front yards, along busy highways and rural roadways.
During St. Marys City Council's recent meeting, regulations and enforcement governing various aspects of political signs sparked a lively conversation.
Councilman Greg Gebauer said two candidates' signs were out of compliance with the city code.

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