The Cameron and Elk Counties Behavioral and Developmental Programs continue to thrive as evidenced by positive state compliance rankings.
â€śWith our intellectual disabilities program, we recently had our review by the state managers as they look at everyone in the state and make sure weâ€™re meeting everything, following all the rules and regulations, and our program was found to be in 100 percent compliance,â€ť said Kathy Kroeger, co-administrator. â€śItâ€™s a very detailed review with 80 different questions and items, and weâ€™re very thrilled about this.â€ť
A downtown St. Marys hotel project is one step closer to becoming a reality as a Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance Act program (LERTA) application was unanimously approved by City Council for Creekside Hospitality, LLC for the construction of a 65-room national flag hotel on Depot Street.
Solicitor Tom Wagner indicated council will need to take a look at its oil and gas zoning ordinance regulations due to recent changes in Act 13 better known as the Marcellus Shale Act.
Longtime Elk County Catholic High School varsity boys basketball coach Aaron Straub entered the 2013-2014 season with 688 wins over the course of over 30 seasons coaching the Crusader program. Now in his 32nd season, he needed just 12 wins to record his 700th varsity boys victory, and he achieved that milestone on Monday evening as the Crusaders defeated the Kane Wolves 66-26 at home at the ECCHS gymnasium.