LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 4, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 4, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 4, 2018

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has announced a new campus safety report providing recommendations for colleges and universities to better address drug and alcohol abuse, mental health issues and sexual assault on campuses across the Commonwealth.  The report is the culmination of the AG’s campus safety initiative.  Pennsylvania is home to 750,000 students at 200 colleges and universities.  Nearly 70-percent of sexual assaults on campus involve an intoxicated perpetrator and 43-percent involve an intoxicated victim.  Additionally, 1700 college students die each year from alcohol-related injuries.  Drug use is also a growing concern, along with mental health issues.  One in 12 college students admit to making a suicide plan at some point in their lives.

 

Work to improve the bridge over Kish Creek on East Charles Street (Route 3002) in Lewistown will continue through mid-September. PennDOT says until completion, the on and off ramps for the East Charles Street exit on Route 22-322 will be closed and the detour will remain in place.  PennDOT expects the bridge and ramps to open to traffic by mid-September.  At that time, work will take place under an alternating traffic pattern.  Until fully completed, the sidewalk on the bridge will remain closed.

In Juniata County, milling operations will begin on Route 35 in Richfield from Heister Valley Road to the Snyder County line.  Work is scheduled for today (September 4th) and Thursday (September 6th).

 

 

 

 

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