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April 30th, 2013
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.
St. Marys City Council approved a motion backing a loan guarantee for the Benzinger Township Golf Authority during a special meeting held Monday evening. The authority made their request during the April 15 City Council meeting.
ERIE â€“ A St. Marys woman is throwing herself on the mercy of a federal court as she prepares to be sentenced next month for the theft of over $1 million from her former employer.
Headed into the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference in Hershey in the category of network design, Elk County Catholic High School sophomores Joe Tamburlin and Matt Feldbauer found themselves up against some tough competition.
Effective August 1 PNC Bank will no longer be a tenant in the City Hall building. The bank is vacating its current downtown location on Lafayette Street and will re-locate to the Million Dollar Highway.
St. Marys City Council discussed the real estate matter in an executive session during their most recent meeting.
A large number of county residents stopped by Elk Regional Medical Center on Saturday, not for treatment, but to drop off unwanted medications at the Unwanted Household Medicines Collection held in the Education Center from 8 a.m. to noon.
The Elk County Conservation District, like many of the conservation districts across the state, is hopeful state funding will be restored despite Gov. Tom Corbett's proposal to strip funding and instead have the district potentially rely on money received from Marcellus Shale impact fees.
ST. MARYS â€“ Police, with guns drawn, surrounded a home in downtown St. Marys Friday in what became a brief, yet tense standoff with an armed suspect holed up inside.
City Council plans to vote on their revised fee schedule pending discussion at their latest meeting.
The fees range from those for permits and inspections to construction, engineering and administrative costs.