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Governor Tom Corbett has proclaimed this Teen Driver Safety Week to coincide with the national observance. From 2009 to 2013, there were near 98 thousand involving a 16– to 19-year old driver in Pennsylvania, resulting in 759 fatalities. More than 46 percent of those crashes resulted from either the teen driving too fast for conditions […]
Governor Tom Corbett joined Secretary of Health Michael Wolf and Physician General Dr. Carrie DeLone to announce that , while there are no confirmed cases in Pennsylvania , the commonwealth is well prepared for the Ebola virus and is committed to protecting the health and public safety of all Pennsylvanians. Secretary of Health Wolf says
It looks like the price of regular gas is 3.53 a gallon today here in Malone. And, Average retail gasoline prices across New York have fallen 3.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.47 per gallon, according to GasBuddy.com’s daily survey of 6,118 gas outlets in New York. The national average has fallen […]
Town officials in Moira are getting closer to approving a noise ordinance. They have been working on it for several months after several residents complained about noisy roosters near their home. City fathers say the crafting of the ordinance will give them a ‘place to go’ in dealing with noise in the town. Once the […]
A jury found a Kelseyville man who shot his estranged wife’s friend and beat her severely in September 2011 was not guilty by reason of insanity. The jury’s ruling on Thursday means instead of spending time in prison for the crimes, Andrew James Serrano will be sent to a state mental hospital or other mental […]
A reminder to voters in Lake and Mendocino Counties — The deadline to register to vote in the November 4th, Statewide General Election is today. New voters have until midnight on Monday to register to vote, which can be completed online at registertovote.ca.gov.
A 34-year-old Laytonville woman was arrested last week for injuring herself, then falsely accusing her boyfriend of abuse. Vanessa A. Winters, 34, had reportedly hit her face repeatedly against a door frame and wall to make it look like she was beat up. Police learned she had actually assaulted her boyfriend, and vandalized a car. […]
It’s National Teen Driver Safety Week to help bring awareness to the statistic that traffic collisions are the leading cause of death for teenagers in California and the U.S. CHP encourages parents in Lake and Mendocino Counties — and across the state — to make sure their teens are following these rules ehind the wheel: […]
On Friday, the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office named two suspects wanted in a home-invasion robbery last month in Redwood Valley. The two Santa Rosa men, Nathan Zingarelli, 19, and Mark Anthony Papillion, 21, are wanted in connection with a Sept. 7th robbery in which a resident of the home was held at gunpoint and assaulted […]
Sports Highlights: Fort Bragg won against Willits 41–0. The Ukiah Wildcats football team lost Friday’s home game against Montgomery 41–21. The St. Helena Saints remain undefeated in North Central League I varsity football with their 20–8 win over the Clear Lake Cardinals. Middletown beat Kelseyville 48–0 The Lower Lake Trojans lost to the Cloverdale Eagles […]
Police arrested two women today for robbing a man in New Rochelle. The Journal News has identified them as 30-year-old Dorothy Hicks-Jackson and 24-year-old Miko McCutcheon. The ladies allegedly pulled a knife this morning and took 600 dollars from a man at his South Division Street apartment.
A Yonkers laundromat went up in flames yesterday. Crews responded to Central Park Avenue where the fire started. Officials believe it started in one of the dryers. News 12 reports the fire did not cause any injuries.
A crash in Yonkers yesterday killed a woman and injured a man. Witnesses say a Lincoln Town Car headed northbound on Rumsey Road near Spring Road. They claim the driver lost control of the car, which slammed into a tree and nearly split in two. A 28-year-old passenger died at the scene. Authorities say the […]
Sparks police are investigating a case of child luring, and they need your help. It happened last night in the area of York Way and London Circle. Authorities say two girls were playing in the driveway of their home, when an older while male, in a minivan, drove past them twice and tried to get […]
Ohio State’s football team gets back to work today after a win Saturday. The Buckeyes rolled Rutgers at home over the weekend 56–17. Quarterback J.T. Barrett compiled 368 total yards and five touchdowns as Ohio State improved to 5–1.
The Cleveland Cavaliers play their penultimate preseason game tonight in Columbus. Coverage of the game against the Chicago Bulls begins at 6:30 on ESPN 970 WFUN. Head coach David Blatt plans on running his rotation like a regular season game.
When things finally seem to be going in the right direction the Browns once again weren’t able to capitalize. Entering an easy part of the schedule at 3-and-2, Cleveland fell to the Jaguars, 24–6, at EverBank Field. The game turned in the second quarter when head coach Mike Pettine passed on a field goal to […]
Richmond Heights is hiring Cuyahoga County to redesign its outdated website. Richmond Heights checked with private design companies but the Cuyahoga County IT webmasters came in the cheapest and they like the looks of the county web site. It will cost 3 to 4 thousand dollars.
Engineers say an overloaded truck that went across the Vrooman Road Bridge over the Grand River caused so much damage o the old structure that it will cost 200 thousand dollars in repairs just to reopen the closed bridge. At the same time progress is being made to put the ducks in a row to […]
A pickup truck driver was charged with felony aggravated vehicular assault after a two vehicle crash in Painesville that injured a family of four last evening. A Ford F250 truck collided with a Ford Freetar minivan on Richmond Street near Nebraska after 5pm, and they had to use the jaws of life to extricate someone […]
A more normal winter is on tap for Ohio. The National Weather Service says a drier winter is expected, with temperatures that could run a few degrees on either side of normal. It’s a much different forecast from last winter’s reality, where bitter cold temperatures and heavy snow made a mess across Ohio.
Because Amber Vinson may have been showing Ebola symptoms when she flew through Cleveland for a visit to her parents in Tallmadge, 116 people who were in close proximity to her as she traveled are being monitored to see if they develop symptoms. The closer they were sitting to the nurse, the more closely they […]
Fire broke out in the finished basement of a home in Roaming Shores Saturday and 7 family members escaped harm. 18 year-old Taylor Fletcher was at home with 6 younger kids and got them all out safely when they smelled smoke coming from the basement. Firemen confined the fire to the basement. The family was […]
At Cedar Point yesterday roller coaster fans bade a fond farewell to the Mantis, which closed for good at the end of the day after 18 years of delivering thrills as one of the tallest, fastest and steepest stand-up roller coasters in the world. This week they start dismantling the cars on the Mantis and […]
The human partner of the Medina K-9 officer that died when left in a hot squad car for four hours in the sun is now charged with animal cruelty. Sgt Brett Harrison of Montville Township police was charged with two misdemeanor counts of cruelty. The German Shepherd Beny died when he was left in the […]