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May 2nd, 2014
"Worship Through the Arts" was the theme of the program Friday for Kane Church Women United.
A major catastrophe was miraculously avoided Thursday in Kane when an alleged drunk driver in a pickup truck rammed a natural gas regulatory station on Oak Street.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police, in conjunction with Jefferson County District Attorney Jeff Burkett, announced Wednesday at a press conference the issuance of 18 drug-related arrest warrants for offenders from Jefferson County and the surrounding area.
A gas line on Oak Street was punctured Thursday in a reported automobile accident, according to multiple sources. Parts of Kane were reportedly evacuated as part of precautionary measures.
A new business soon will be operating in a vacant building at 210 S. Fraley St. at the corner of East Hemlock Avenue in Kane.
The Kane Zoning Hearing Board voted 3-0 Wednesday to grant a special exception in the zoning law for the operation of the business in a residential zone.
As part of an Arbor Day program Tuesday at the Kane Elementary School, all 90 first-graders
Kane Area High School students will all attend an anti-bullying program this week sponsored by the National Guard.
Between Tuesday and Friday this week, students will attend the National Guard program, âH.E.A.R.- Helping Everyone Achieve Respect, Building Respect and Ending Bullying and Cruelty in Your School.â
JOHNSONBURG â Emergency responders were called shortly after 5 p.m. for a fire at 120 Mary St. in Johnsonburg.
When a hospital seeks to obtain accreditation for its clinical laboratory through COLA, it strives to meet the high standards required for the recognition.
EAST KANE â The Kane Volunteer Fire Department battled a brush fire Monday afternoon in a power line right-of-way along Buffalo and Pittsburgh Railroad tracks in East Kane.