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LOCAL NEWS | JUNE 27, 2018

Motorists commuting to State College via Route 322 through Potters Mills Gap experienced significant delays earlier this week because of drainage work and cross pipe installation.   PennDOT says the work that was originally scheduled to take place around the clock caused significant delays.  A schedule change which is now in place restricts working hours from […]

LOCAL NEWS | JUNE 26, 2018

The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General has reached a settlement on behalf of the Commonwealth with various tobacco companies, resolving 20 years of disputes and future disputes relating to the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.  Under the settlement, Pennsylvania will receive nearly $357 million in tobacco settlement money during fiscal year 2018 – 2019 on top […]

LOCAL NEWS | JUNE 25, 2018

A tip from an ex-wife led state police to arrest a Huntingdon County man with 21 counts of child pornography on Friday. Officers were called by the wife of 40-year-old Ryan Edgar Quinones of Mapleton after she discovered a CD among his belongings at their home, which she believed contained child porn. Upon reviewing the […]

LOCAL NEWS | JUNE 22, 2018

An apparent social media scam has resulted in a substantial loss of funds for an area woman.  State Police at Lewistown say the suspected fraud took place in Decatur Township, Mifflin County.  Between October 1st, 2017 and April 13th of this year, the female victim sent approximately $22,000 to an unknown individual she met through […]

LOCAL NEWS | JUNE 21, 2018

Pennsylvania’s Fiscal Year 2018-19 General Appropriation bill (House Bill 2121) is on its way to the state Senate for consideration after the House of Representatives passed it by a vote of 188-10 yesterday.  The budget is expected to be sent to Governor Tom Wolf prior to June 30th, after anticipated Senate passage. The $32.7 billion […]