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May 2nd, 2013
The sunny weather was the ideal setting for Thursday's Tree City USA ceremony celebrating Arbor Day. Fifth grade students from St. Marys Catholic Elementary School gathered at Benzinger Park where they
assisted in the planting of a Purple Prince Flowering Crab during a ceremony hosted by the St. Marys Shade Tree Commission.
KERSEY â€“ This week the Centerville Grill in Kersey is celebrating its grand re-opening showcasing recent renovations made in the restaurant.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ In the early morning hours of April 27, two young children were found wandering through the streets of Johnsonburg, without shoes and wearing little clothing in temperatures below 40 degrees.
ST. MARYS â€“ Dozens gathered in downtown St. Marys Thursday as part of the 62nd annual National Day of Prayer observances.
Plans are moving ahead with the relocation of the St. Marys Catholic Middle School into the Elk County Catholic High School building as officially announced Wednesday. The move is set to be completed in August 2013 for the start of the new school year.
Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is expanding their services into St. Marys as they are set to move into the City Hall building on Lafayette Street, following PNC Bank's departure from the space.
Tonight at 6 p.m. area residents are encouraged to gather on the Diamond in downtown St. Marys in observance of National Day of Prayer. This yearâ€™s theme, "In His name the nations will put their hope", is based on Matthew 12:21.
Elk County Recycling Coordinator Bekki Titchner emphasized the vast amount of electronic items they are being inundated with at the Community Recycling Center in St. Marys. During Tuesday's Elk County Solid Waste Authority (SWA) meeting, Titchner attributed the upswing to the landfill ban which took effect in January and prohibits any computer (desktop or laptop), computer monitor, computer peripheral (printers), televisions, etc. be deposited at a landfill.
ST. MARYS â€“ A local man is charged with sexually assaulting another man after the victim reportedly spurned his sexual advances.
Green ribbons will soon be seen throughout downtown Ridgway and St. Marys to remind passersby of the presence of Lyme disease.