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May 15th, 2013
JOHNSONBURG â€“ Johnsonburg Mayor David Zilkofski, right, presented Ken Mendat with a Certificate of Recognition in of the 100th anniversary of the James W. Brown Lodge #675.
A jury of 12 Elk County residents, ready to hear the case of a Ridgway man charged with growing marijuana at his home, were sent home after an 11th hour plea bargain and sentence were entered behind closed doors in Elk County Court Tuesday.
KERSEY â€“ According to police reports, on Monday morning a passerby in a remote, wooded area of Kersey found what authorities are calling a pipe bomb.
The Ridgway Area School District Board of Directors approved a proposed final budget that will not increase property taxes during a regular meeting Tuesday night in the library of the Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School.
Pennsylvania has the 10th highest rate of drug overdoses in the nation with 15 drug-related deaths per 100,000 people in 2008. This in a country where 100 people die drug-related deaths daily and accidental overdoses claimed 27,000 people in 2007, a number that has risen five-fold since 1990 and has never been higher according to the Centers for Disease Control.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The Borough of Johnsonburg has received numerous complaints concerning a concrete wall located just south of the intersection of Route 219 and Main Street.
WILLIAMSPORT - A grand jury delivered a superseding indictment against the man charged with the gunpoint carjacking of an Emporium bank employee he blamed for the loss of his home in a mortgage foreclosure.
Due to numerous bear sightings within the Borough of Ridgway the Pennsylvania Game Commission is advising all bird feed, garbage and other food sources be removed from yards or areas accessible to bears.
The Concert Choir of Elk County will pay tribute to the outstanding achievements in the music industry as they perform a variety of award winning songs during "A Night at the Grammy's", a dinner and song show, taking place May 16-18 starting at 6 p.m. at the Royal Inn in Ridgway.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday morning at the Ridgway Reservoir to unveil an educational sign depicting the effects of acid rain on the Big Mill Creek Watershed.