Archive - 2013 - News Article
ERIE â A federal judge ruled Friday against two "sanction" motions filed on behalf of Dr. Maryann Anderson in her 2007 "whistle-blower" lawsuit.
One motion calls for a sanction against a defense attorney in the case. Another deals with the alleged concealment of evidence.
Several totes loaded with drug paraphernalia are headed to the Erie Crime Lab following what Police Chief Brian Hillard is calling the âbiggest bath saltsâ bust ever in Kane.
The Kane school day will be longer for students when classes resume Aug. 27.
The Kane School Board voted 6-3 Thursday to approve an "administrative plan" to lengthen the school day to provide more time for remedial work and "enrichment" programs.
Many residents of the Kane Area School District that were in attendance at Thursdayâs meeting were not satisfied with the actions taken by the school board. The two major issues concerning the bulk of the audience were the extension of the school day and the possible disciplinary action against two school district employees.
The Village Brew celebrated their ribbon-cutting on Thursday afternoon.
A large crowd is expected to jam the Kane Middle School auditorium tonight for the monthly meeting of the Kane School Board.
Sometimes a small issue becomes a full-blown controversy in Kane.
RIDGWAY â B94 recently earned the first Awesome Affiliate of the Week award from Dial Global.
Harold Hallberg has abruptly resigned as a member of the Kane Borough Council.
Members of a group of Kane residents called âConcerned Parents of KASDâ met on Tuesday evening to discuss the groupâs strategy for the Thursday night Kane Area School Board meeting.