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Penn State President Rodney Erickson is still facing criticism for his part in potentially accepting the Freeh report a little prematurely.
At a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing yesterday, Erickson faced tough questions primarily from Senator Jake Corman about the Freeh report mainly questioning if the university president still believes Freeh’s conclusions are accurate.
Senator John Yudichak also expressed his displeasure with the university and its board of trustees for not yet addressing the glaring deficiencies in the report. Yudichak believes if this is done is would not only make
Erickson opted not to comment on the matter due to the pending criminal and civil cases that have to play out.
Thirty-Nine Candidates are vying for the three open seats on
The number on the 2013 ballot was much lower then last years record 86 candidates. Incumbents Paul Suhey and Stephanie Deviney are among the 39.
Voting will begin on April 10 and conclude May 2.
The deadline has officially passed for residents at the Hilltop Mobile Home Park in
A hilltop resident told the Centre Daily Times that movers were given $4000 by the owners if they could prove they were relocating their homes to another park. Those who couldn’t were told they would have to pay $750 to abandon their homes.
A new law passed last years says if in compliance, a mobile home park owner has to give nearly 6 months notice before evicting residents and pay relocation expenses that could range between $2500 and $4000.
Owners Kenneth and Sharon Mayes informed the residents last fall that the park would be closed or sold and Trinitas Ventures, an Indiana based company plans to develop the land into luxury student housing.
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Earlier this week,
State Police are investigating a bomb threat made at
Police said a note was found in a third grade hallway at 10:15 saying that a bomb would be placed in the same hallway today. The school was evacuated as a precaution and classes were cancelled for the rest of the day.
Contrary to previous reports, Spirit Airlines said yesterday that a cut in government spending will not yet affect flights at the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Latrobe.
Spirit announced yesterday that they are planning to operate on a normal schedule and they are waiting to see the full impact of the cuts which may close certain air traffic controllers.Recent reports suggested that sequestering could lead to a close of the airport's control tower.
The company is already authorized by the FAA top operate at both the
Bon Jovi rocked the
As announced by 93-7 the bus yesterday, Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band will rock
Tickets are priced at $75 and will go on sale next Saturday.