Monthly Archive for: "April, 2018"

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 7, 2018

Nearly a quarter of Pennsylvania residents had their personal data compromised by Facebook according to State Attorney General Josh Shapiro.  An investigation is underway after it was determined 22 percent of the Commonwealth’s population had data shared with Cambridge Analytica and other third parties.  Facebook provided an estimate of nearly 3 million (2,960,311) Pennsylvanians in […]

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 4, 2018

PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards, the Pennsylvania State Police, and local officials honored fallen PennDOT Foreman Robert E. Gensimore yesterday in Hollidaysburg.  Gensimore was killed in the line of duty on February 17th, 2018.  The PennDOT Workers’ Memorial was on site to commemorate Gensimore and the additional 87 PennDOT employees killed in the line of […]

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 3, 2018

Pennsylvania 4-H youth will have opportunities to learn valuable leadership skills thanks to more than $79,000 ($79,294) donated by Pennsylvania Tractor Supply customers through Paper Clover, a biannual fundraising campaign held in partnership with National 4-H Council.  Earlier this month, Tractor Supply customers participated by purchasing paper clovers—the emblem of 4-H—for a monetary donation of […]

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 2, 2018

Charges are pending for a driver stopped Monday afternoon by State Police at Huntingdon.  Troopers conducted a traffic stop on North Washington Street in Mount Union and found a 31-year-old man in possession of brass knuckles.   Work will begin next week to improve more than 22 miles of roadway in Juniata and Mifflin counties. […]

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 1, 2018

A Huntingdon County woman faces charges of endangering the welfare of children after an incident last week.  State Police responded to a report of a welfare check on 23-year-old Chanalle White in Porter Township on April 25th.  White was found in possession of drug paraphernalia that placed a child in danger.  The items were seized […]