|DUBOIS FILTRATION PLANT FLUSHING LINES TODAY|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:40:00 AM.|
|DuBois, PA - A REMINDER: The City of DuBois will begin flushing lines at the water filtration plant and continue to the fire hydrants in Second Ward beginning at 7pm on Sunday.|
Flushing will continue around the clock, night and day until flushing is complete. residents may experience cloudy or dirty water. After Second Ward is complete flushing will continue: fourth ward, followed by fifth, first, and third.
|BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS IN DUBOIS|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:37:00 AM.|
DuBOIS - The Breast Cancer Support Group at Penn Highlands DuBois will meet at 6 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 11, Luigi’s Ristorante in downtown DuBois. All breast cancer survivors at any stage – newly diagnosed or long-time survivors – can attend. As it is for survivors only, its goal is to provide a comfortable place for listening, learning and sharing.
|COUNTY MARKET REOPENS IN PUNXSUTAWNEY|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:36:00 AM.|
Punxsutawney, PA - County Market of Punxsutawney.is expected to re-open this morning. The closure is for a complete re-stocking of the store to bring it up to a full compliment of groceries and other products.
This is part of the changeover in ownership from the Fezell family to Tim Krise. As part of the revitalization, Tim Fezell has been retained as store manager, and Krise is also retaining all of the full-time and part-time employees that currently work at the store
|PIZZA AND PREVENTION RAISES FUNDS FOR PUNXSY FIRE DEPARTMENTS|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:32:00 AM.|
Punxsutawney, PA - Pizza and Prevention in Punxsutawney was a big success over the weekend.. The annual fundraiser for the Punxsutawney Fire Department raised over $43,000 in one day.
|ST MARYS WOMAN CHARGED WITH INSURANCE FRAUD|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:28:00 AM.|
St. Marys PA - After an investigation by the Office Of Attorney General's Insurance Fraud Section, Theresa Lynn Sample, 25, of St Marys, was charged on September 25th with one count each of insurance fraud and criminal attempt to commit theft by deception.
|HOUTZDALE MAN FACING SIMPLE ASSAULT CHARGES|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:20:00 AM.|
WOODWARD TOWNSHIP – A Houtzdale man is facing simple assault, resisting arrest and related charges after an alleged incident Sunday on Colorado Drive in Woodward Township, reported the state police at Clearfield.
|ST MARYS MAN ACCUSED OF MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:19:00 AM.|
St. Marys PA - Kyle Meyer, 18, of St. Marys removed a 1997 Dodge Dakota from a parking area along the south side of Main Street and drove it around the area for a short time before parking it in an overgrown field near the scene.
State Police reported the theft a motor vehicle that occurred along Route 948 in Kersey. Police say The vehicle suffered damage to the front as a result of striking a tree. The actor then left the scene. The victim is a know male from Kersey.
|2016 UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN CONTINUES|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:16:00 AM.|
|DuBois, PA - The DuBois area United Way 2016 campaign is now at 16 percent of their $420,000 goal. Currently the United Way has received $67,293 dollars in pledges. If asked to make a pledge to this year's campaign please give as generously as possible. All money raised benefit the United Way's 25 member agencies.|
|DUBOIS TRAFFIC STOP RECOVERS DRUGS|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:12:00 AM.|
DuBois, PA - A 30 year old DuBois woman has been charged with drug posession following a traffic stop at the intersection of West Long Avenue at Robinson Street. DuBois State Police pulled over Courtney Marie Gelnett of DuBois and smelled the odor of marajuana coming from the vehicle. A search found that Gelnett was in posession of drugs and drug paraphenelia.
|FATAL ACCIDENT SPARKS POLICE INVESTIGATION|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 10/6/2015 9:09:00 AM.|
DuBois, PA - Fog may have played a part in a fatal accident that took place on Monday morning on Bucktail Trail. Jeffrey Lamb, 44, died of injuries sustained when he was struck by a passing pickup truck. Lamb was collecting trash at the time of the incident.
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