Corman PSU Money
State Senator Jake Corman is planning to introduce legislation in January to keep the 60-million dollars Penn State is paying as part of the NCAA sanctions in Pennsylvania.
Corman also plans to file a lawsuit which would prohibit the NCAA from releasing funds to any organization outside PA.
Corman says spreading out the 60 million dollars nationally would not have a significant impact and wants
Parking Near Sandusky Home
The parking restrictions near Jerry Sandusky’s home on
Council members agreed last week that the township should consider removing the parking restraints on the quiet street. An approval could come from council in January. The signs have been in place since last November after
16 year old killed
Jesse McElhinney was fatally shot on
No charges have been filed in the shooting. Investigators are scheduled to meet with the District Attorney’s office today. No other details have been released by police.
First Night in downtown
College Avenue will be closed from
Pick up of fresh cut holiday trees will begin Wednesday, January 2 and continue through Friday, January 11 in
Trees should be free of all lights, ornaments, and stands and placed with the trunk nearest to the curb for pickup.
A change in how you throw away old electronics will take affect in January.
Part of the state’s 2010 Electronics Recycling Law, e-waste will now have to be recycled and will not be picked up at curbside.
Holiday Travel Statistics
Seven people were killed and 315 others were injured in vehicle crashes in
Two of those killed were not wearing seat belts. One fatality was alcohol related.
State Police made nearly 350 arrests for DUI from Friday though Christmas day.