|Posted by Connect Radio News on 11/27/2015 11:34:00 AM.|
|Clearfield, PA - State Police out of Clearfield are investigating a two vehicle accident off of I-80 near mile marker 99 in Sandy Township yesterday morning. According to the report a two-door, mint green hatchback vehicle merged into the left lane nearly colliding with another vehicle being driven by 55 year old Mary Tote of Brookville. |
|Posted by Connect Radio News on 11/27/2015 11:27:00 AM.|
Puinxsutawney, PA - More information has been released in regards to sexual assault case involving a 14 year old girl. A third man has been named in connection with the case, he has been identified as 22 year old Zachery Herter of Indiana. Yesterday we reported the two Punxsutawney men were already identified in the case, 22 year old Jacob William Tyler Fanus and 19 year old Ky Kharee Stiver.
|Posted by Connect Radio News on 11/27/2015 11:26:00 AM.|
|New Bethlehem, PA - Clarion based State Police are investigating a fire in Porter Township off of Rt. 66 early Wednesday morning. According to the New Bethlehem Fire Department, they responded to an explosion at a Compressed Natural Gas Compressor Station. The fire was extinguished and no one was injured as a result of the blast, however the damage to the compressor and surrounding buildings was listed at over $100,000. The cause of the fire remains unknown. An investigation is on-going.|
|Posted by Connect Radio News on 11/27/2015 11:24:00 AM.|
|DuBois, PA - Tomorrow is the last day of the Sunny 106 and Joe's Cleaning and Alterations Annual Coat Collection. New and gently used coats of all shapes and sizes can be dropped off at Joe's Cleaning and Alterations to be cleaned and for any alterations to be made. Joe's will then donate them to the Salvation Army for local distribution. In the past years we have collected over 3600 coats. |
|Posted by Connect Radio News on 11/26/2015 6:42:00 AM.|
DuBois, PA - Happy Thanksgiving Connect Fans! Remember while your eating and celebrating with your family this holiday season, hundreds of local families in our communities will go hungry. But, you can help!
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