Name Released in Fatal Town of Barton Crash

More information has been released on the car accident in the Town of Barton on Tuesday which left a mother dead. Authorities say that 41-year-old Deborah Reynolds of Athens was travelling on Dean Creek Road when... Read More.

PA Houses Nearly 900 Homeless Veterans

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has announced that nearly 900 homeless veterans have been placed in permanent housing as a result of a state initiative. State of Pennsylvania politicians announced on September 22nd of last year that they would be dedicating more resources to end... Read More.
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Two Individuals Arrested for Robbery of Elmira Gas Station

Elmira Police have arrested two individuals in connection to the early morning robbery at a Sunoco gas station yesterday. 20-year-old Christopher Clugstone, and 17-year-old David Catlin, both of Van Etten were arrested last night. Elmira Police have charged both men with second degree robbery.... Read More.

Elmira PD and Athens Township PD Working Together

Authorities in Elmira and Athens Township believe they may be looking for the same suspect in cases of armed robbery. Elmira Police say that they responded to a report of an armed robbery just before 12:45AM yesterday morning at the Sunoco gas station located... Read More.

You can now Track PennDOT Snow Plows Online

Pennsylvania's Department of Transportation has released a website which allows people to track where snow plows are and where they have been. Each PennDOT snowplow has been fitted with a GPS device which is then shown... Read More.
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Borchardt Waives Right to Hearing

The man arrested for making terroristic threats against the Athens Area High School has waived his hearing. 50-year-old Daniel Borchardt was arrested earlier this month after he is said to have called the Athens Areas School District on January 24th, and left a voice... Read More.

PA Will Not Issue Vehicle Registration Stickers in 2017

Starting January 1st of 2017, the State of Pennsylvania will no longer issue vehicle registration stickers. Vehicle registrations will instead be renewed online. Vehicle owners will then have to print off and sign a paper copy of their registration. This paper copy will still... Read More.
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