|Big Run Woman Fugitive of the Week|
CLEARFIELD COUNTY - A woman from Big Run is the Clearfield County fugitive of the
|Brookville Council on Grass Cutting Ordinance|
BROOKVILLE - Brookville council last night agreed
to take action against homeowners violating one of the borough's property
codes. Council has had a re-occurring problem with residents violating the
borough's grass cutting ordinance.
|Girl Injured in Accident|
ELK COUNTY - A four year old girl from Johnsonburg sustained major injuries in
a single vehicle crash in Jones Township, Elk County.
|Senate Finance Panel Meets Today|
HARRISBURG - The GOP-controlled senate appears willing to only go so far in
backing governor tom Corbett’s effort to slash billions from future public
employee pension benefits.
|Shale Drilling and Drinking Water Research|
- A federal study into the potential threat to drinking water from
shale drilling won't be complete until 2016, according to a federal
|Police Looking for ATV Vandal|
- State police are looking for the person who placed a bungee cord
in the gas tank of an ATV belonging to Jeffrey Sallo of Brookville.
|Penn DOT Improving Rout 830|
JEFFERSON/CLEARFIELD COUNTIES - Beginning
tomorrow, Penn DOT crews will be making improvements on route 830 (falls creek
road) in the falls creek borough.
|Car Accident in Brookville|
Coolspring man was injured in two vehicle crash in Brookville yesterday.
|More Support to Overturn NCAA Sanctions|
COLLEGE - About 325 former Penn State players have signed a
statement supporting the lawsuit filed by the family of former coach Joe Paterno
and other former players seeking to overturn NCAA sanctions against the
|Senators Unsure about Relaxed Alcohol Legislation|
state senators are unsure whether they will vote for legislation that one of
their members is writing to liberalize the sale of wine, beer and hard liquor
|Casino Revenue Increased|
revenue from table games at Pennsylvania’s 11 casinos rose sharply last month.
|Copper Pipe Being Damaged|
TOWNSHIP - Unknown individuals have been damaging the copper pipe
coming from propane tanks in the area of Baddog Road and Circle Road in Sandy
Township, causing the gas to leak out of the propane tanks.
|Part of Rout 119 to Close Temporarily|
Beginning today (June 18),
route 119 will close to traffic between Jenks Avenue and route 310.
|Police Looking for Origin of Fire in Dubois|
DUBOIS - An apartment fire at a Dubois
home is under investigation by the state police fire marshal and Dubois city
|Major Injuries in a Two Vehicle Accident|
CLEARFIELD COUNTY - There were major
injuries to a Fallen Timber man and another in a two vehicle accident over the
|Child Safety Procedures for Penn State|
STATE COLLEGE - The fallout from
the jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal at Penn State University still
lingers, one year after eight young men took the stand to testify they were
sexually abused by the former assistant football coach.
|Passing a Budget by Fiscal Year’s End|
HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania’s state budget
process is heading into its final weeks.
|DuBois Fire Under Investigation|
DUBOIS - The PA State Police Fire Marshall, DuBois City Police Department and the DuBois Fire Department investigated the origin and cause of a fire that damaged a two story wood frame commercial building at 100 Olive Avenue in DuBois yesterday.
|Roadwork on Route 830 in Jefferson County|
INDIANA - Penndot announced that the road carrying Route 830 (Falls Creek Road) in Falls Creek Borough will be improved.
|PA State Budget Faces Deadline|
HARRISBURG (ap) - Pennsylvania's State Budget process is heading into its final weeks with a number of moving parts. and
there's plenty at stake for Gov. Tom Corbett.
|More Layoffs for Philly Schools|
The Philadelphia school district says it is sending layoff notices to 76 more
employees, the latest step in slashing 20 percent of its workforce.
|Natural Gas Attracts Foreign Business|
Gov Tom Corbett says foreign business leaders are increasingly eyeing Pennsylvania
as a place to invest because of the Marcellus shale natural gas.
|Video Message before Suicide|
A Philadelphia official says a building inspector left a videotaped message
before his apparent suicide saying a deadly building collapse wasn't his fault.
|Police Looking for Anyone with Information|
based Pennsylvania State police report a spare tire and jack were stolen from
the trunk of a 2003 ford focus sedan in the parking lot area of hills crest
commons in Chester hill bough on June 16th.
|Female Juvenile Accused of Sex Acts with Two Children|
COUNTY - Police are investigating a female juvenile who's accused
of engaging in sex acts with two children in Clarion County.
|Area Man Arrested and Faces Several Charges|
charges were filed against a DuBois man in an incident on Mabon Street in Brookville.
|State CNR Secretary Forced to Resign|
Tom Corbett's office is declining to discuss the forced resignation of state
conservation and natural resources secretary Richard Allan.
|Strong Evidence Syria has Chemical Weapons|
senator Bob Casey is urging strong action in Syria now that the white house
says it has conclusive evidence that Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime has
used chemical weapons against opposition forces.
|Community Days Starts at 5pm Today|
community day’s weekend and many of the festivities get underway this evening
beginning at 5pm and continue throughout the day tomorrow.
|Uzi’s Bakery has Dubois Tribute in Window Display|
speaking of community days, a downtown Dubois bakery has created something
special for community days.
|Minor Injuries for Erie Woman|
woman from Erie sustained only minor injuries in an accident yesterday in Brookville.
|Nearly $2,200 Stolen from Area Business|
COUNTY - Police are looking for those responsible for breaking
into a Clearfield County business.
|Police Investigating the Death of an Area Man|
COUNTY - The death of an area man is being investigated by state police
|Penn State Wants to Settle Litigation|
COLLEGE - Penn State is asking the NCAA and state officials to
settle litigation over who will control the $60 million it must pay for child
abuse prevention as part of a consent agreement it entered into nearly a year
|Budget on Way to Senate|
state senate is the next stop for a $28.3 billion state budget after the house
yesterday approved the spending plan.
|Rebate Program Deadline Extended|
senator Joe Scarnati's office has announced that the deadline to apply for Pennsylvania’s
property tax/rent rebate program has been extended to December 31st, 2013.
|The Circus is at Community Days|
circus has come to town as part of community days in celebration of the 125th
anniversary of the DuBois volunteer fire department.
|Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Bust and Other Charges|
COUNTY - Two men were arrested on drug and other charges following
a traffic stop in Clarion County Monday.
|Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Bust|
COUNTY - Two men were arrested on drug and other charges following
a traffic stop in Clarion County Monday.
|Area Man in Jail after Threatening Others with Knife|
MARYS - A St. Marys man was arrested after threatening two others
with a kitchen knife in a domestic dispute yesterday.
|Two Arrested for Distributing Synthetic Marijuana|
investigation into the distribution of synthetic marijuana resulted in two
arrests in Philipsburg.
|Two Men Charged with Assaulting a Woman|
HILL BOROUGH - Charges of simple assault were filed against
two men from West Decatur in an incident at a home in the Chestier Hill Borough.
|Approximately $46 Million for Sandusky Scandal|
COLLEGE - The Penn State scandal could cost the school nearly $46
|GOP Hopes for Budget Vote|
After putting off a vote yesterday, the state house could vote today on a $28.3
billion state budget.
|Unusual Storm Called a Derecho Possible|
PENNSYLVAINIA - A powerful line of thunderstorms could affect
a wide swath of the country from Iowa to the east coast and Western Pennsylvania.
|Congratulations to Penn State Dubois Graduates|
to the graduates of the floor hand training program at Penn State DuBois.
|Pot Belly Pigs and Parking Discussed at Counsel Meeting|
belly pigs were added to the list of animals not allowed as pets within the DuBois
|Brother who Threatened Sister Charged with Disorderly Conduc|
Brookville man was charged with disorderly conduct after a dispute with his
|UTV Accident Injures Juvenile|
COUNTY - A Clearfield County juvenile was taken to Altoona for
medical treatment as a result of a UTV accident.
|GOP Backs Up State Budget|
who control Pennsylvania’s house have lined up behind the GOP's $28.3 billion
state budget plan, blocking democratic efforts to add spending for education
and health care.
|Organ Donation Decided by Courts or Doctors|
D.C. - A national organ transplant review board is looking at its
ground rules in the wake of last week's judge's order in the cases of two
|Robbery at Jackson China|
CREEK - A transformer and other items were taken from the old Jackson
China store on state route 950 in the Falls Creek Borough.
|Robert M. Baronick Earns Silver Ribbon|
greater DuBois chamber will be awarding the Silver Ribbon award to Robert M.
Baronick on July 11 at the DuBois diner at noon. Recipients of the award help
others through community service.
|Clarion Man Dies in a Single Vehicle Accident|
CLARION COUNTY - A single vehicle
accident in Clarion County resulted in the death of a Shippenville man Friday.
|Fatal Crash in Clarion County|
CLARION COUNTY - Another fatal
crash in Clarion County....Robert Booth of Clarion was traveling on state route
66 in Limestone Township when he crossed into opposing lane and struck a ditch.
His vehicle continued on into a wooded area.
REYNOLDSVILLE - A Reynoldsville police officer,
who had been suspended without pay in April, has been reinstated.
|Fire Investigation in Jefferson County|
FALLS CREEK - A Falls Creek fire is under
|Road Construction in Dubois|
DUBOIS - Crews in the city of DuBois will
be doing some road work this week.
|Career Training Programs Begin Tuesday|
BROCKWAY - Brockway Center for Arts & Technology will be holding orientation Monday.
|A Fatal Motorcycle Accident|
CLARION - The Clarion Based State Police were called to a fatal crash on State Route 68 near Bodenhorn road in Monroe Township last week.
|DuBois Street Closed for Roadwork|
DUBOIS - Drivers in the DuBois area will need to find an alternative route. Orient Avenue in DuBois will be closed.
|PA’s Liquor Sales Debate Continues|
HARRISBURG(ap) - What may derail the Republicans' drive to privatize Pennsylvania's wine and liquor sales isn't who gets to sell it - but who gets to deliver it.
|Time to Get Your License|
HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania hunting licenses to go on sale hunters,
trappers can purchase new tags beginning June 10.
|Brockway CAT Offers Free Classes|
Center for Arts & Technology will be holding orientation Monday and they offer
2, 9 month career training programs at no cost to students- pharmacy technician
training and electronic record medical assistant.
|No Appeals for Former Penn State Administers|
HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania’s highest
court is turning down a pair of appeals by two of the three former Penn State
administrators facing criminal charges alleging they covered up child abuse
complaints against former football assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.
|Missing Person Investigation Upgraded to Homicide|
CLEARFIELD – Clearfield
County District Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr., announced today that an ongoing
missing person investigation has been upgraded to a homicide investigation.
|Brockway Condemning Two Properties|
BROCKWAY - Brockway council will advertise an
ordinance to condemn two properties for easements involving the borough's Toby
creek flood control project.
|Area Man Killed on Rout 66|
CLARION - A Clarion man was killed in a single vehicle accident yesterday evening.
|Judge Tosses Out Challenge to NCAA Ruling|
HARRISBURG - Governor Tom Corbett says
he's disappointed a federal judge yesterday tossed out his lawsuit challenging
the NCAA's penalties against Penn State over the Jerry Sandusky abuse case.
|Driver Struck Two Pedestrians Crossing the Street|
RIMERSBURG - Two pedestrians sustained major
injuries when they were struck by a vehicle in Rimersburg.
|Police Want Help in Finding Arsonist|
police in Clearfield are looking for the person responsible for arson last
|Accident Injures Two on Rout 219|
MARYS - A two vehicle accident in Elk County resulted in injuries
a St. Marys woman and her juvenile passenger.
|Possible Tax Increase for PA Drivers|
measure boosting transportation spending in Pennsylvania, and giving drivers
one of the nation's highest gas tax rates, has cleared the state senate.
|Tax Exemption for Many under Proposed Bill 1138|
timber harvesters would be exempt from state sales and use tax under
legislation authored by state representative Matt Gabler.
|FBI Investigating Internet Fraud|
TOWNSHIP - A thirty-six year old woman from Keen Court in Sandy Township
reported that she received a pop up message on her computer stating that she
was under investigation by the FBI and needed to wire money or she'd be
|Power Tools worth $1500 Stolen|
power tools and a tool box were taken pickup truck in Phillipsburg
|Two local People die in House Fire|
CLEARFIELD COUNTY - A
man and a woman perished in a fire in Pike Township, Clearfield County early
|Brookville Council Recap|
BROOKVILLE - Brookville borough council met Tuesday night zoning and code enforcement officer Matt Hasselback’s
may report shows that nine notices of violation have been sent to property
owners for high grass.
|Man on an ATV Hits Utility Pole While Fleeing Police|
BROOKVILLE - An
area man on an ATV attempted to elude Brookville police after an attempted
|Flying a Figure of Eight for Turning 90|
- CANADIAN BORDER - A 90-year-old pilot has completed his birthday quest
to fly 90 passes across the U.S.-Canadian border.
|Public Utilities Hearing June 14th|
TOWNSHIP - At last night's Sandy Township supervisor's meeting,
Township manager Dick Castonguay told supervisors the public utilities commission
hearing with the city of Dubois, scheduled for yesterday, had been cancelled.
|Contract Details for Dubois Area School District|
are new details regarding the teacher's contract for the DuBois area school district.
|Kersey Man Struck by a Jeep|
MARYS - A pedestrian was hit while crossing a parking lot in St.
Marys yesterday afternoon.
|Penn State Joins in Cancer Research|
COLLEGE - Penn State university has joined other big ten schools
for cancer research.
|Help for Families with Persons with Autism|
State Department of Public Welfare is establishing a website, toll-free number
and specialists to help families and parents of the autistic get information
|Protecting Children from Predator Teachers|
state senate has advanced two bills designed to expand requirements that are in
place to protect schoolchildren from potential predator teachers.
|Ketchup Maker Sale to be Complete by Friday|
Heinz Company says it has received all necessary regulatory approvals for its
acquisition by 3g capital and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.
|Another Fugitive Captured|
Clearfield County fugitive of the week has been captured. Thirty-three year old Timothy Henry of Philipsburg
was located in Schuylkill, Pennsylvania by police using advanced
|Area Man Hits Parked Car with His Vehicle|
Reynoldsville man escaped injury after hitting a parked car in a school
|Virginia Man Flown to area Hospital|
COUNTY - A Virginia man was flown to Altoona following a
motorcycle crash in Burnside Township, Clearfield County yesterday.
|Appliances Stole from Vacant Farm House|
police in Clearfield are investigating a break-in at a vacant farmhouse in Houtzdale.
|Area Woman Lost Control of Vehicle|
COUNTY - There were moderate injuries to an Emlenton woman in a
single vehicle accident in Licking Township, Clarion County.
|Funding Giving to Both Sides of Fracking Argument|
Pittsburgh's Heinz endowment is helping give voice to both sides in the debate
over fracking for natural gas.
|2014 Gubernatorial Campaign Begins|
billed as the first candidates' forum of Pennsylvania’s 2014 gubernatorial
campaign may also be the smallest.
|City Water Shut Off Notice|
city crews will be replacing a hydrant on south Highland Street tomorrow.
|Man Injured in a Motorcycle Accident|
PUNXSUTAWNEY - The Punxsutawney Based State Police were called to a one vehicle accident Friday morning.
|Roadwork Continues in DuBois Area|
DUBOIS - Penndot will continue improvement work in the DuBois area on Monday June 3rd.
|A Coalport Bar Burglarized|
CLEARFIELD - Bar 53 on Main Street in Coalport Borough Clearfield County was broken into .
|A Victim of Craigslist|
PHILLIPSBURG - A Phillipsburg man told police he never received a UTV he purchased off of Craigslist on May 14th.
|Persons Avoid Injury in Accident|
JEFFERSON COUNTY - There was a one
vehicle accident that occurred rout 119 south of Pike Road yesterday.