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  • SUV ROLLS ONTO ITS SIDE IN DUBOIS LIBRARY PARKING LOT

    SUV ROLLS ONTO ITS SIDE IN DUBOIS LIBRARY PARKING LOT

    DuBois, PA – In a strange rollover case, an SUV ended up on its side in the DuBois Public Library parking lot on Friday afternoon. Police are still investigating what exactly happened when the woman’s SUV turned onto its side around 2 p.m. near a curb in front of the …Read More »
  • HOUSE APPROVES PACKAGE TO BENEFIT TECH SCHOOLS

    HOUSE APPROVES PACKAGE TO BENEFIT TECH SCHOOLS

    Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has worked together to approve a bipartisan package of legislation that would equip students with the technical and career skills that they need to thrive as they enter the workforce. Listen to remarks from Representative Dave Reed, a Republican from nearby Indiana …Read More »
  • CLEARFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT COULD GET POLICE OFFICER

    CLEARFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT COULD GET POLICE OFFICER

    Clearfield, PA – The Clearfield Area School District is considering pairing up with the Lawrence Township Police so they can have an officer within the school. The police department has already assigned an officer who would serve as Clearfield School Resource Officer in the junior-senior high and elementary schools. The …Read More »
  • NEW ONLINE SCAN TARGETS JOB SEEKERS

    NEW ONLINE SCAN TARGETS JOB SEEKERS

    Harrisburg, PA – A new online scam is targeting job seekers. The Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is warning that scam artists are using fake listings on online job search sites to get personal information, such as birthdates or Social Security numbers, from unsuspecting applicants. Some employment scammers also directly …Read More »
  • NUMBER OF PA TRAFFIC DEATHS CONTINUES TO DECREASE

    NUMBER OF PA TRAFFIC DEATHS CONTINUES TO DECREASE

    Harrisburg, PA – Traffic deaths in Pennsylvania reached a new low in 2017. PennDOT (The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation) says that the number of deaths dropped last year to 1,137, the lowest since record keeping began in 1928, and 51 less than 2016. This means that our state continues to …Read More »

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