May 12, 2007 RSS feed / News

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1.7B PennDOT launched a new resource on the Internet to inform the public about the deteriorating condition of Pennsylvania's roads and bridges, and to explain Governor Rendell's propsoals to address the problem. The website is RideOnPA.org. More...

Dozens of Emporium Borough households took advantage of the town's annual Clean-Up Days to get rid of all kinds of junk that had accumulated for a year or more. More...

Area News Briefs

Killed in truck crash ST. MARYS - A St. Marys man died in a pickup truck crash Saturday night in Jones Township, Elk County. State police from the Ridgway barracks identified the victim as 25-year-old James R. Scott. More...

Pool opens June 8

Cameron County Community Pool will open Friday, June 8. Tickets will be available at the Cameron County High School principal's office beginning on Monday, May 14. Cost for season tickets are: family, $62; adult, $50; student, $40. More...

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Bucktails to gather in Driftwood

Armed Forces Day will be observed with a special Civil War ceremony on Saturday, May 19, in the southern Cameron County community of Driftwood. More...

Lundberg is May Queen

Brittany Lundberg was chosen as May Queen, with Michael Fragale as her escort, during the annual May Crowning at St. Marks Catholic Church. More...

Arson case headed to trial

An Emporium man accused of arson last August in McKean County has decided to face a jury trial, rather than accepting a plea arrangement. Terry Bornheimer, 19, is also seeking a new lawyer. More...

Driftwood railroad project approved

A Cameron County railroad project has been approved for $137,000 in state funding. Pennsylvania Pellets and Millwork Inc., located in Driftwood, will use the grant to reconstruct and extend siding accessing an existing rail loading dock. More...