Archive - Jun 2013 - News Article
JOHNSONBURG â€“ An impressive lineup of open class drum corps are set to perform at a Blast in the Burg IV taking place Friday, Aug. 2 at 6 p.m. at Memorial Field in Johnsonburg.
Johnsonburg baseball team members celebrate after an 8-1 win over WPIAL champion California in the PIAA Class A semifinal Tuesday night at First Commonwealth Bank Field in Homer City. The Rams advance to play District 4 champion Canton at 10:30 a.m. Friday morning at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park at Penn State University for the PIAA Class A championship.
A Byrnedale man charged in a July 11, 2012, wreck along SR 255 in Weedville that claimed the life of his 23-year-old passenger was in Elk County Court Tuesday where he asked a judge to weigh in on the admissibility, and accessibility, of the evidence against him before going to trial.
A letter drafted by Elk County Solicitor Thomas Wagner indicates Charlie VaughnÂ should no longer serve as a supervisor for Highland Township.
The Ridgway Area School District Board of Directors adopted a final budget for the 2013-2014 school year that does not increase taxes for its residents during its regular meeting Tuesday night.
KERSEY â€“ At just 25, Lacey Skillman of Ridgway has been waging a battle against colorectal cancer as she has been in and out of remission for a little over a year.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ After receiving numerous complaints, PennDOT is looking into reducing a concrete traffic wall located just south of the intersection of Route 219 and Main Street in Johnnsonburg.
BRADFORD TWP. â€“ It took a squadron of police to stop a McKean County motorist found to have a Blood Alcohol Content [BAC] of .251 after he reportedly led police on a late night car chase Sunday on state Route 219 in Bradford Township.
KERSEY â€“ Celebrate, remember and fight back are just what participants and community members did this weekend during the 2013 Relay for Life of Elk County held at the Fox Township Community Park.
WILLIAMSPORT â€“ The man charged with kidnapping a Emporium Bank employee at gunpoint, allegedly in response to the bank foreclosing on his home, again entered a "not guilty" plea in federal court, this time to an updated set of charges stemming from the botched carjacking and abduction attempt.