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April 2nd, 2013
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The preliminary hearing for a Johnsonburg man charged with the murder of a Ridgway teen, originally scheduled for this morning, has been postponed.
Nicholas Martin, 22, of 416 First Ave. in Johnsonburg was arrested last Tuesday and charged with the death of 18-year-old Alyssa Forsyth of Ridgway.
A second federal lawsuit filed by Kane School Superintendent Dr. Maryann Anderson has been dismissed.
This legal action, filed in 2011, claims Erie attorney Richard Perhacs took part in retaliatory activities against Anderson for her "whistle-blower" federal lawsuit against three of her former associates in the Millcreek Township School District.
Parents and their small children form a long line Saturday to greet the Easter Bunny at the annual Easter Egg Hunt in Kane. The Easter Bunny is seated on a sidewalk at the former Chestnut Street Elementary School.Â
JAMES CITY â€“ The Highland Township Volunteer Fire Department has a new truck to replace Utility Truck 813.
LUDLOW â€“ "God's hand was on me in that car."
That's the inspiring comment from the Rev. Jeanne Beers of Ludlow after she miraculously escaped serious injury in a spectacular traffic accident Thursday morning on Route 6 near her home.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ On Wednesday, police released further details of their investigation into the death of an 18-year-old Johnsonburg woman whose body was found Tuesday in a park on the outskirts of Ridgway.
The superintendent of the Kane Area School District is contemplating a possible appeal in her "whistleblower" federal lawsuit.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ A Johnsonburg man has been charged with first degree murder and related offenses in the death of a young woman whose body was found by police Tuesday morning at an undisclosed site in Ridgway Township.
A federal judge has thrown out a "whistle-blower" lawsuit filed in 2007 by Dr. Maryann Anderson, the superintendent of the Kane Area School District.
SMETHPORT â€“ Community service work in lieu of jail time for criminals saved McKean County $145,080 last year.
This is the figure included in a 41-page report presented Tuesday at a meeting of the county Board of Commissioners.