|Posted by Connect Radio News on 10/7/2015 12:30:00 PM.|
|HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Thousands of Pennsylvanians went online to register to vote or changed their registrations in the first year of the new system. Yesterday was the deadline for registering to vote in the November 3rd general election and Secretary of State Pedro Cortés say more than 32,000 people used the online system. More than 20,000 were new registrants and the rest were people who changed the information on their registration.|
|Posted by Connect Radio News on 10/7/2015 12:29:00 PM.|
|HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Governor Tom Wolf wants a half-point increase in the state's personal income tax and a new extraction tax on natural gas drilling in order to solve Pennsylvania's 3-month-old budget impasse. Wolf says the new money will close the deficit and add about $400 million for basic education.|
|Posted by Connect Radio News on 10/7/2015 12:28:00 PM.|
Clearfield County, PA - The Clearfield County District Attorney has announced this week's fugitive of the week. 57 year old James Lawn of Telford is wanted for failing to appear on his court date. According to police lawn was charged in January for driving under the influence, and careless driving.
The Clearfield County Crimestoppers are offering a reward for information on Lawn's whereabouts.
|Posted by Connect Radio News on 10/7/2015 12:26:00 PM.|
DUBOIS – Sandy Township will only have to pay $56,482 toward police and non-uniform pensions out its total of $205,474.
Sandy Township was provided $148,992 in state aid for the pensions. It was also provided $66,786.45 for the township fire departments for insurance payments.
Sandy Township awarded the job of Community Development Consulting Services for 2015-17 to Stiffler-McGraw. They were the only bidder and are the existing provider.
|Posted by Connect Radio News on 10/7/2015 12:25:00 PM.|
DUBOIS – A Grampian man has been accused of allegedly selling marijuana to undercover informants.
According to an affidavit of probable cause, 23 year old . Derek Brothers, is charged by the state Attorney General’s office with possession of a controlled substance and two counts each of criminal use of a communication facility and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.
The charges were the result of a joint operation between the Attorney General’s office and the Clearfield County Drug Task Force.
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