LOCAL NEWS | MAY 10, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 10, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 10, 2018

With work underway on the Route 322 – Potters Mills Gap project, PennDOT is alerting motorists to coming changes in the traffic pattern through the project area.  Starting today (May 10th), drivers can expect a single lane pattern in each direction—from Decker Valley Road to Sand Mountain Road. Traffic may be slow through this area and drivers should be alert for stopped or slowed traffic. Beginning Monday (May 21st), westbound traffic will make use of a crossover through the project area. An 11-foot width restriction will also be in place.

 

Authorities are investigating the corruption of minors after an incident April 22nd and 23rd in Fermanagh Township, Juniata County.  According to State Police, two 11-year-old girls received a Facebook friend request from a user identified as Samreej Sanj.  After the request was accepted, the victims received several sexually explicit videos.  Anyone with information relating to the investigation should contact State Police at 717-320-1010.

 

State Senator John H. Eichelberger, Jr. (R-Blair) has introduced legislation that will save the state billions of dollars in prescription drug costs for its public employees.  The bill modernizes the process for selecting and monitoring pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) contracts across the Commonwealth.  Under Eichelberger’s bill, public sector entities would be authorized to use specialized software and to require advanced bidding techniques to provide them with the most detailed comparison of bidders. The legislation would also provide for real-time, electronic auditing of the PBM’s invoices.

 

The American Red Cross will be in Lewistown for a blood drive today.  The Red Cross will be at Ellen Chapel Church on Ferguson Valley Road from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

 

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