Archive - Nov 2013 - News Article
There will be a âSilent Nightâ this year as the Kane Elementary School musicians will not have their traditional Christmas concert.
For years, band and orchestra members in the elementary school have performed on stage before their families at a Christmas concert in a jam-packed Kane Middle School auditorium.
HAZEL HURST â The secretary-treasurer for Hamlin Township faces four felony charges linked with the handling of township money.
ERIE â Dr. Maryann Anderson, superintendent of the Kane Area School District, has issued a statement linked with a federal probe involving her previous job with the Millcreek Township School District (MTSD) near Erie.
No one in the Kane area should go without a Thanksgiving dinner.
Thatâs because the Kane Eagles Club once again is offering a free meal Thursday to anyone who has no place else to go for Thanksgiving.
âIf you have nowhere to go for Thanksgiving, come join us at the Eagles,â Barb Gadley-Cheeks said. âJust come in and eat.â
Slippery roads today will be hampering Thanksgiving travel plans in the Kane area.
âYouâre getting a snowstorm,â John LaCorte said Tuesday in describing whatâs in store today for Kane area motorists. Heâs a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in State College.
Kane Mayor Doug Caldwell plans to remain âinvolvedâ in his community long after he leaves office next month.
RUSSELL CITY â Ridgway-based State Police said a driver fell asleep at mid-day and crashed his vehicle Saturday on combined Routes 66/948 in Russell City, Highland Township.
The Kane Historic Preservation Society invites the public to attend a "Presidential Tea" on Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Kane Depot.
Several criminal cases have been filed in Kane District Court.
Information on the following case is from official court documents.
*Paul Douglas Eastman, 26, of 431 Greeves St., Kane, is charged with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol.
Kane Borough Police Officer Jason Woodin filed the charges after observing a black 2001 Jeep Patriot driven by the defendant in the 400 block of Greeves Street.
RIDGWAY â Virginia Wolfe of Russell City is the new minority election inspector for the Highland polling place in Highland Township.