Investigation Into Local Attempted Robbery Continues
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/17/2014 3:57:00 PM.
FALLS CREEK, PA – The investigation continues into an alleged robbery that occurred Dec. 14 at a Falls Creek Borough residence. State police say, a female knocked on the victims’ door and asked to use their phone to call for a ride. The victims allowed the female to come inside and use a cellular phone.Within a few minutes, a silver Sedan with a loud exhaust arrived outside and the female left the residence.
Falls Creek, Robbery, Victim, Sedan

Tax Increase For Brookville Residents
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/17/2014 3:54:00 PM.
BROOKVILLE, PA - For the first time in recent memory there will be a tax increase for Brookville borough residents. After two nights of public discussion on the budget, the council voted to put the 2015 spending package on display before formal adoption later this month. The budget contains a one mill tax increase, with expenditures of over two point five million dollars and revenues of over two point two million dollars.
Increase, Brookville, Residents, Spending

DuBois Man Waives Rights
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/17/2014 3:52:00 PM.
DUBOIS, PA – A DuBois man accused of selling a fatal dose of heroin waived his right to a preliminary hearing during Centralized Court. 32 year old John C. Kimberling of DuBois, is charged with manufacture, delivery and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and criminal use of communication facility.
DuBois, Rights, Overdose, Kimberling

Fugitive Of The Week
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/17/2014 3:49:00 PM.
CLEARFIELD, PA – District Attorney William A. Shaw Jr. has announced Clearfield County’s Fugitive of the Week. Shaw identified the fugitive as 23 year old Lucia Anna Castro of Youngs Avenue, Lock Haven. Castro is wanted for failure to appear at ARD Court on Sept. 23. Anonymous tips can also be submitted by visiting the Clearfield County District Attorney Web site at www.ClearfieldDA.org and selecting report A Crime.
Fugitive, Clearfield, Police, Castro

No Tax Increase For Sandy Township
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/16/2014 3:52:00 PM.
SANDY TOWNSHIP, PA - The Sandy township supervisors passed the 2015 budget without raising taxes. Additionally, an injection well has been proposed for Houston township. The EPA is requesting public comment on this permit and a public meeting has been tentatively scheduled for Wednesday January 7th at 7 pm at the Penfield fire hall.
Sandy, Tax, EPA, Injection

Crew Scrambles to Spare Hose From Train
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/16/2014 3:41:00 PM.
DUBOIS, PA - A flue fire on East Maloney Rd in DuBois turns into an equipment rescue mission of sorts. Sandy Hose company's fire hose was stretched over the train tracks as a train prepared to pass. With the scrambling of the Sandy Hose crew, they were able to disconnect the hose prior to the train destroying it.
DuBois, Train, Flue, Fire

Make A Wish Campaign Comes To A Close
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/15/2014 4:40:00 PM.
DUBOIS, PA - The 21st annual Make-A-Wish Light Up A Child’s Life Campaign on Sunny 106 has come to a close, but not before raising 90,000 dollars. The live auction itself on Friday raised enough money to grant a wish. Thank you to all for helping to make wishes come true this Holiday season. Proceeds from the campaign will help grant the wishes of area children with life threatening illnesses.
Wish, Campaign, Proceeds, DuBois

Nurse Acquitted In Death Of Child
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/15/2014 4:37:00 PM.
UNIONTOWN, PA - An in-home nurse has been acquitted of child endangerment in the death of a premature baby who suffered respiratory distress while she was caring for him three years ago. Jurors in Fayette County deliberated for about an hour and a half before acquitting 44 year old Jackie Yeagley of North Union.
Nurse, Acquitted, Attorney, Death

Parents Ask For Leniency For Convicted Man
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/15/2014 4:34:00 PM.
STATE COLLEGE, PA - The parents of a woman who died of a heroin overdose earlier this year are seeking leniency for a man convicted of having supplied the drugs. The Centre Daily Times reports Ken and Bonnie Kline Smeltzer, who are both pastors, want something good to come out of the death of their 21-year-old daughter, Elizabeth.
Leniency, Convicted, Drugs, Elizabeth

Johnstown Man Sentenced
Posted by Sunny News Room on 12/14/2014 10:21:00 AM.
JOHNSTOWN, PA - The Russian national who pled guilty to making bombs earlier this summer will spend 24 months in prison. Vladislav Miftakhov was sentenced Friday morning in Federal Court. In July, he admitted to building bombs in his Altoona apartment. Police found the bomb while serving a drug warrant in January. He's been in jail since then.
Johnstown, Prison, Bomb, Warrant

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