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June 8th, 2015

Ridgway man charged in property damage case

June 8, 2015

ST. MARYS – A Ridgway man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly brandished a pocketknife at a May birthday party and reportedly made terroristic threats.
Benjamin E. Meyer, 34, of 229 W. Main St., Ridgway, was charged Monday, June 8 with making terroristic threats and criminal mischief-damage property following an incident May 21 in St. Marys at a birthday party along East Eschbach Road.
According to reports, St. Marys City Police Patrolman Jason A. Miller was dispatched to a dispute May 21 at approximately 8:59 p.m. in the 1200 block of East Eschbach Road in St. Marys.

Council looking to cut down on high grass issue

June 8, 2015

JOHNSONBURG – Faced with a growing issue of grass being left uncut in the borough, the Johnsonburg Borough Council is considering its options for taking action against Johnsonburg residents that choose not to cut their grass.
Council has been dealing with this issue for months, and it has been a topic of discussion at several borough council meetings.

June 7th

Relay for Life keeps up the good fight

June 8, 2015

KERSEY – Overcast conditions early Saturday morning gave way to sunshine and warm weather, providing ideal conditions for this year’s Relay for Life of Elk County which was held at Fox Township Community Park from 9 a.m. on Saturday until 3 a.m. Sunday. The theme of this year’s event was Mardi Gras – A Celebration of Life.
While walkers began making their way on the pathways at the park at 9 a.m., the event’s opening ceremony did not take place until 11 a.m. At that time, Bill Babik, event chairman, took to the stage to welcome all those who were participating in this year’s Relay for Life.

June 5th

Bridge replacement project set to start Monday

June 6, 2015

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announces that work will get underway Monday, June 8 to replace a bridge in Ridgway Township on Route 3002. The current single-span, steel girder bridge will be replaced with a new single-span concrete structure. Work will take place one side at a time.

VIDEO: 16 Donuts To Die For

June 5, 2015

VIDEO: 16 Donuts To Die For
You'll be dying to try these 16 different kinds of delicious donuts!

June 4th

Ridgway Township Municipal Authority holds brief meeting

June 5, 2015

The Ridgway Township Municipal Authority held a brief meeting on Thursday to discuss the possibility of a new auditor for 2015, as well as to review some old business.
The RTMA will decide in January if it is going to use a new auditor as the topic was tabled after brief discussions on Thursday.

Lady Crusaders advance with 3-2 nine-inning win

June 5, 2015

BROCKWAY — For the third consecutive game, the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader softball team has used a walk-off to keep them on the road to State College.
Thursday afternoon at Brockway High School, a single by Sophie Viglione in the bottom of the ninth scored Jessica Tettis from third base to give Elk Catholic a 3-2 win over District 6 champ West Branch.

June 3rd

Tie, intrigue in primary election

June 4, 2015

Two Republican candidates for Highland Township supervisors will draw lots Friday with the victor being placed on the November ballot.
GOP candidates Eugene Brown and Mike Detsch are tied with 24 votes each following the May 19 primary.
The drawing of the lots, held Friday in Conference Room No. 1 in the Elk County Courthouse Annex at noon, will see both candidates draw lots; whomever draws a "1" will break the tie and receive the nomination.
That candidate will battle Democrat Lloyd Hulings in the general election in November.

Wilcox Legion falls to Brockway, 11-1

June 4, 2015

WILCOX – It's small steps of progress for the young Wilcox American Legion baseball team and Wednesday's game proved to be an example of that.
After being held scoreless and without a baserunner in the season opener, Wilcox pushed a run across and had three hits during an 11-1 loss to Brockway at Jones Township Community Park.

June 2nd

Hale takes over as chief deputy

June 3, 2015

The current head of the Mt. Jewett Police Department has found a whole new meaning to the word “chief.”
After losing full-time status as police chief in Mt. Jewett thanks to a 7-0 council vote that caused Steve Hale to lose his medical benefits in December 2014, Hale is now the chief deputy of the Elk County Sheriff’s Department. He replaces current Sheriff Theresa Merrit, who filled the dual role for seven to eight months.

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