The Daily Press The Daily Press | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-10-22T23:06:15-04:00 injured in Brusselles Street crash2014-10-22T23:06:15-04:002014-10-22T23:06:15-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily PressAccording to police, a 2007 Ford Focus was being operated east on Brusselles Street by Brittany Joshnick. The Joshnick vehicle was stopped at that location to wait for oncoming traffic to pass in order to turn left and access a private driveway.St. Marys, PANo author availableMan injured in Brusselles Street crashDaily 255 project in final phase2014-10-22T23:03:25-04:002014-10-22T23:03:25-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily PressThe project is set to wrap up at the beginning of November. Until then work continues on the biofiltration basins, traffic signals, drain inlets, and the cleaning and sealing of sidewalks and pavement, just to name a few.St. Marys, PAAmy CherrySR 255 project in final phaseDaily duo waived for court, charges modified2014-10-22T23:01:54-04:002014-10-22T23:01:54-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily PressSt. Marys, PAJim MeyerBellefonte duo waived for court, charges modifiedDaily may loom over pending gas ordinance 2014-10-22T00:04:58-04:002014-10-22T00:04:58-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily Press"Seneca would be precluded from developing thousands of acres if this ordinance is adopted as is," said Seneca's attorney Chris Nestor of KHe added Seneca interests, as well as those of other oil and gas rights within the city would be severely impacted by the ordinance.Councilwoman Sally Geyer inquired that if the city were to adopt an ordinance with 2,000-foot setbacks from any dwelling it would impact Seneca to the point they would file a lawsuit.Nestor replied "That's a pointed question, and I think the answer is yes. You need to consider the impact of those setbacks."St. Marys, PAAmy CherryLawsuit may loom over pending gas ordinance Daily continue to benefit from Act 132014-10-22T00:04:22-04:002014-10-22T00:04:22-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily Press“We’ve been pretty excited about this and people have been asking how much money we’ve received and where it’s going,” said Elk County Commissioner Jan Kemmer. “We’ve been very happy to be able to share this money and the guidelines are very specific when dealing with what you can use the Act 13 funding for. We’ve certainly stayed within those guidelines and we’ve been able to help a lot of municipalities, one of them being Ridgway Borough for flood cleanup. St. Marys, PAJoseph Bell, Daily Press EditorMunicipalities continue to benefit from Act 13Daily winning unemployment battle in region2014-10-22T00:03:07-04:002014-10-22T00:03:07-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily PressFigures accumulated from August 2013 through August 2014 show Elk County with an average of 5.57 percent. The state average for the same time period totals 6.48 percent while the national average is 6.6 percent."We’re very happy to see that Elk County has the lowest unemployment rate in the North Central area," said Elk County Commissioner Jan Kemmer. "There has been a lot of movement with the gas industry and other local companies."St. Marys, PAJoseph Bell, Daily Press EditorCounty winning unemployment battle in regionDaily show disagreement on ordinance2014-10-22T00:08:18-04:002014-10-21T23:59:26-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily PressSt. Marys, PARichie LeckerSupervisors show disagreement on ordinanceDaily Still not sold on Steelers?2014-10-21T19:26:36-04:002014-10-21T19:26:36-04:00Copyright 2014 Daily PressThe Steelers pulled off a big win over the Texans.<script type="text/javascript"async src="" id="_nw2e-js"></script>St. Marys, PANo author availableVIDEO: Still not sold on Steelers?Daily call leads to assault charge2014-10-21T19:00:46-04:002014-10-21T19:00:46-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily PressOnce in the area, Patrolman Ralph J. Tettis Jr. of the Ridgway Borough Police called the number that had reportedly called 911 and hung up. A male, who identified himself as Mark Welker, 23, of 240 Spring Garden Rd., Ridgway, reportedly answered the phone."Everything was fine here," Welker reportedly told the officer. "It was an accident."St. Marys, PAJim MeyerHang-up call leads to assault chargeDaily gas ordinance sparks debate2014-10-20T23:43:25-04:002014-10-20T23:43:25-04:00Copyright 2010 Daily PressChris Nestor, a Harrisburg-based attorney, encouraged council members to closely examine where their authority lies, their legal limitations, and consequences they may face in enacting their proposed ordinance. Nestor indicated that Seneca officials have the right to use their property as they see fit as does any other property owner in the city. St. Marys, PAAmy CherryPending gas ordinance sparks debateDaily