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EMPORIUM â€“ The Emporium Borough Police reported that on Dec. 27, 2012 at 9:51 a.m., they along with the Emporium Fire Department and the Emporium Ambulance Service were dispatched to a residential fire at 370 E. Allegany Ave. with one person trapped inside.
The 4-year-olds at Kane Community Preschool were surprised by a visit with Santa.Â Santa delivered presents to the kids for being such good boys and girls all year.
Eleven acts entertained the students and faculty of the Kane Middle School at Fridayâ€™s talent show. The show was hosted by KAMS students Connor Crowley and Madison Selan, who kept the crowd laughing between acts.
MT. JEWETT â€“ A local effort to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy is winding down.
A snowstorm is coming to the Kane area today-- the first official day of the winter season.
MT. JEWETT â€“ The Mt. Jewett Borough Council voted 4-0 Wednesday to seek a grant to upgrade the East End Pump Station.
Kane Borough Police Chief Brian Hillard is seeking a review of school security measures.
Staff members in the Kane Area School District are urged to "reach out to all of our students" and make sure they know "there is more good in this world than evil."
Kane Hardwood has a major impact on the local economy.
This point came across loud and clear Monday in a public presentation to the community by Ned Karger, the land manager at Kane Hardwood.
American flags are flying at half-staff at Evergreen Park in Kane and at the Kane Armory (left background) to show respect for the victims of the massacre at an elementary school in Connecticut.