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Former Meadville resident jailed on drug charges from alleged 2016 incident
Andrew Lee Hall, whose current address is listed in court documents as the Crawford County jail in Saegertown, was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Samuel Pendolino and faces three felony and two misdemeanor charges stemming from events that occurred Oct. 12, 2016.
Humane Society hosts fundraiser at LindenPointe in Hermitage
Marti Grata, of the Humane Society of Mercer County, pauses while walking her 2-year-old dog, Hollis at LindenPointe in Hermitage. The nonprofit organization is hosting Paw Walk 2018 Saturday.MICHAEL ROKNICK | Herald
Driver evades police in high-speed pursuit
Officers of the city’s street crimes unit reported that they saw the car sitting facing west at a red light on West Washington at Front streets and recognized that it had been reported stolen from Neshannock Township. The officers pulled the car over, then it immediately pulled back into traffic and
Meadville man to trial on multiple sexual offenses
Paul E. Bollinger, 80, of 648 Dickson Place, waived his right to a preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge Samuel Pendolino on a total of 21 charges filed by Meadville Police Department. By waiving his right to a hearing, Bollinger automatically was ordered held for trial in Crawford C
Sharon chief named CIRT leader
Edward H. Stabile, Sharon’s chief, and 15-year member of Mercer County CIRT, has been appointed to the position to replace former county Sheriff Gary Hartman.
Residents in northeast Ohio town being evacuated after hydrochloric acid leak
GIRARD, OH (WKBN) -- Residents in Weathersfield are being evacuated after a chemical spill, according to the Trumbull County Dispatch.
Greenville invests $3.4M into water system repairs
Almost half — 40 percent — of the cost is covered by a Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) grant. The remaining 60 percent is a PENNVEST loan, said Carol Paul, water authority manager for Greenville and Hempfield Township.
Traffic pattern allows for trouble down the road
So, there is a steady stream of cars coming to that barricade, and turning in to one of two parking lots or simply going around the barricade into oncoming traffic.
Man faces indecent assault charge of girl
William F. Coughenour, 65, of 3878 Holly Lane, Hermitage, was charged with indecent assault of a person less than 13 and corruption of minors for alleged incidents in the summers of 2016 and 2017 in the pool at his home, according to court records.
Evacuees thankful Trumbull County acid spill didn't turn out worse
NILES, Ohio (WYTV) - As Hazmat crews worked to contain an acid spill in Weathersfield Township on Monday, Emergency Management officials realized some neighbors would need a place that was safe and comfortable in the morning heat and humidity.
You can't get there from here: State Street closure upends businesses, motorists
JOHN ZAVINSKI | HeraldSince a lane of East State Street was closed Monday, a steady stream of cars have cut through the parking lot of Daffin's Candies, 496 E. State St., to get to South Oakland Avenue. "Please slow down," a cardboard sign in front of the entrance urges.
Five-Run First, Magic from Escape-Artist Craig Helps Clarion 9-10 LL All-Stars to Section 1 Win
“At nine and 10, you forget these kids haven’t seen this stuff before,” Clarion manager Luke Huwar said. “You come back here in the future, and you have been through it. These kids haven’t been through it. I think it (getting a win) builds their confidence. I think it shows them they belong at this
Thousands flock to Wesbury for chicken, crafts and more
Christian Shields, 8, and his father, Jim Shields, of Townville smile for their close-up as Sara Cotherman of Meadville finishes a caricature of them Sunday at Wesbury’s 29th annual Chicken BBQ and Craft Fair.
Woman caught on camera stealing painting from Roberto's restaurant in Youngstown
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - The owner of Roberto's Italian Ristorante in downtown Youngstown came across an interesting customer on Saturday, one who stole a painting right off the restaurant's wall.
FULL STORY: Former Meadville HR worker charged with theft, tampering with records
Barbara E. Hall, 46, 17052 Kebort Road, Meadville, was arraigned Friday on one count each of theft by unlawful taking and tampering with records for allegedly taking the money between 2016 and 2018. Police allege Hall filed 17 false explanation of benefits transactions for health insurance benefits
Maintaining access for emergency responders a top priority
MELISSA KLARIC | HeraldBob Fiscus, Sharon’s city manager and fire chief, stands in the center of the unfinished roundabout at South Dock Street and Connelly Boulevard. It’s one of two major construction projects disrupting traffic, but Fiscus says emergency responders are adapting to the conditions.
Why pet owners need to take precaution against rabies
CORTLAND, Ohio (WYTV) - The rabies virus isn't very widespread, but the Ohio Department of Health says it is here in the Mahoning Valley, and the virus is fatal.
School officials not worried about road work's effects
“I’m concerned as to how it’s all going to work, but we’re going to adjust and adapt,” Calla said. “We’re looking at what options are available, but things are pretty limited here.”
Wheatland to vote on home rule
Last year, Wheatland officials consulted with the state Department of Community and Economic Develpment as part of that effort. Based on those recommendations, the borough could follow the nearby municipalities of Hermitage, Sharon and Farrell into home rule.
Titusville woman gets probation for texting nude woman's photo
Sarah A. Caylor, 26, of 712 Jones St., received the probationary sentence, plus a $150 fine and court costs, Friday in Crawford County Court of Common Pleas from President Judge Anthony J. Vardaro.