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Building repair projects reviewed by school board

January 9, 2014

Numerous building projects compiled from a January 2008 feasibility project conducted within the St. Marys Area School District were revisited during Thursday evening's Board of School Directors meeting.
Mark Romain, SMASD head of maintenance and Aramark representative, provided an update of the projects which could be completed under this year's capital improvement budget.
A majority of the projects fall under capital improvement projects, which include those costing $100,000 or more.

Military to benefit from donations

January 9, 2014

Over 100 pairs of socks were collected recently for county military members stationed outside the continental United States and for homeless veterans living at Tomorrow's Hope, a center located in Coalport.
A collection box was set up at Shoe Sensation for the second straight year along the Million Dollar Highway in St. Marys.

Kane police nab fugitive

January 9, 2014

A fugitive from Erie was nabbed Thursday morning at a residence at 420 Welsh St. in Kane.
Kane Police Officer-in-charge Heath Boyer identified the fugitive as Christopher Middleton, 31.
According to police, the fugitive allegedly "walked away" from either a "work-release" program or a "furlough" in Erie County.

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