December 1, 2018 RSS feed / News

‘Hoops for Hope’ December 14

Cameron County High School girls’ basketball team is holding its annual Hoops for Hope fundraiser at 7 pm on Friday, Dec. More...

‘No contest’ plea in fraud case

A former Emporium resident accused of defrauding his mother’s estate of more than $300,000 avoided trial with a “no contest” plea last week to a felony count of theft by unlawful taking.  Thomas J. More...

NUMBERS IN THE NEWS

8— Speed limits: many myths Each year, state police in Pennsylvania hand out tens of thousands of speeding tickets. Many drivers believe that if they stay less than 8 mph over the speed limit, they probably won’t get a ticket. More...

Fun program delivers serious messages

Cameron County Sheriff’s Department brought a popular visitor back to the local schools for an engaging program focused on public safety and related topics.  “Deputy Phil” entertained at the same time he educated during separat More...

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Coudersport ushered in the holiday season with two timely traditions. During Friday night’s Festival of Lights at the brightly decorated courthouse square, Santa and Mrs. More...

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Professional scrapbook artist Anne Pekarski Brougham has produced an impressive permanent archive recording highlights of the inaugural Eliot Ness Fest: Touched by the Untouchable. More...

Guilty plea in major drug case

A defendant charged in one of the area’s biggest drug arrests in recent years entered a guilty plea last week.  Nikolas R. Walentukonis, 40, of Austin, was sentenced to 10 to 20 months in jail, with credit for seven months served.  More...

News. Brief.

Tax/rent rebates available   Older adults and Pennsylvanians with disabilities have until Dec. 31, 2018, to apply for the state’s 2017 Property Tax/Rent Rebate program. More...

Former area man on ‘Wheel of Fortune’

A former Coudersport resident will be seen in millions of households across the country on Friday evening, Dec. 7, as a contestant on the syndicated television program, Wheel of Fortune.  More...

Groeger named supervisor

Josh Groeger has been appointed as the public works supervisor for Emporium Borough.  He will be responsible for the streets and sanitation departments, budget, personnel and scheduling.  Groeger has worked for the borough since last Novemb More...