August 30, 2014 RSS feed / News

Court continues despite judge’s health

Court proceedings in Cameron County are scheduled to continue as usual despite the absence of Common Pleas Judge Richard Masson. More...

Cash stolen

Someone stole an envelope containing $2,000 from a residence on Rich Valley Road in Shippen Township sometime between late Tuesday, Aug. 19, and 7 am Friday, Aug. 22. State police from Emporium are investigating. More...

Teen killed in auto crash

A McKean County teenager was killed late Saturday afternoon when the pickup truck in which he was a passenger slid into a large tree on Gibbs Hill Road near Kane. Tristan S. Sauers, 18, of Ludlow, was pronounced dead at the scene. More...

Rt. 120 work planned

PennDOT reports that surface and drainage repairs are slated to begin in the coming weeks on Rt. 120 in Emporium, from the Rt. 155 intersection for about two miles toward the village of Cameron. More...

County wants path to ballfields

Residents of Emporium may soon have a safe way to walk from town to the baseball fields on Sizerville Road. More...

GED workshop slated Sept. 4

Community Education Council of Elk and Cameron counties is partnering with the Seneca Highlands IU9 to present a GED informational workshop in Emporium. Event will take place at the CareerLink office at on East Second St. at 4:30 pm on Thursday. More...