Archive - 2013 - News Article
The eight-member committee of the Bavarian Fall Fest have worked throughout the year in planning the 2013 festival.
This year the registration booth and main stage will be located directly off of the boulevard in the Market Street municipal parking lot. Vendors should visit the booth upon their arrival on Friday morning where a festival volunteer will escort them to their space.
Members of the St. Marys Heritage Preservation Group have setup a German House in an empty storefront on Railroad Street. The display is part of many activities taking place this weekend throughout St. Marys as part of the Bavarian Fall Festival.
St. Marys City Council will gather during a special public meeting on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. to review a draft ordinance of the Elk County Stormwater Plan, which is part of the state's Act 167.
JAMES CITY -- The driver of a vehicle that crashed Wednesday on Route 66 near James City died of natural causes.
Elk County commissioners on Tuesday voted to approve emergency repair work to the tower portion of the Elk County Courthouse.
This weekend the Elk County Catholic and St. Marys Area High School marching bands are hosting their annual Sounds of Autumn band competition on Saturday at SMAHS Dutch Country Stadium.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” A Punxsutawney man has been arrested in connection with the death of the man whose body parts were found in Mahoning Creek in the village of Hamilton in Perry Township on Sunday afternoon.
In a 4-3 vote members of St. Marys City Council narrowly approved a motion to have the city solicitor research information on how the city ordinance could be changed to allow for the city to collect base water rates of $19.50/month from each unit in multi-unit buildings.
HARRISBURG â€“ Governor Tom Corbett was joined Monday in Harrisburg by healthcare professionals and advocates as he unveiled his Healthy Pennsylvania plan to increase access to quality, affordable healthcare options for all Pennsylvanians.
Policy resolutions on issues important to agriculture and rural living were adopted at the Elk County Farm Bureau annual meeting, held Sept. 14 at Gunnerâ€™s Restaurant in St. Marys.
Policy recommendations on state or national issues will be submitted to the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau (PFB) for statewide consideration.
The membership also heard an update on the organizationâ€™s activities for the year from its President, Roger Auman, St. Marys.