|FOW Turns Himself in|
CLEARFIELD – Clearfield County District Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr., announced the fugitive of the week Kody Clayton
Best, age 20, of Daisy Street, Clearfield, turned himself in.
|Possible Tax Breaks for Volunteer Fire Fighters|
HARRISBURG- Responding to a growing shortage of volunteer firefighters,
Senator Lisa Baker (R-20) and Senator Sean Wiley (D-49) have joined forces to
introduce a bill to give municipalities the power to waive their local earned
income tax for volunteer first responders.
|Bill to Help Small Businesses|
at an April 15 press conference in the state Capitol, Senator Scott Hutchinson
announced plans to introduce legislation intended to help Pennsylvania’s small
businesses expand and grow.
|Zoning Ordinance Could Stop Drilling|
City Solicitor Toni Cherry presented a possible amendment to the city’s zoning
ordinance to the council last night, which would prevent drilling in certain
zones in the city.
|DuBois Police Officers Promoted|
At last night’s city council meeting 3 patrol officers were promoted. Officer
Orlando Prosper, Officer Matthew Robertson and Officer Randall Young were
promoted from to Corporal.
|Bridge Open to Traffic on Second Street|
The bridge on Route 3033 (Second Street) over Sandy Lick Creek in Brookville
Borough will reopen to traffic later today. The bridge was closed Sunday evening due to an 18 inch hole in the deck
caused by a piece of concrete becoming dislodged between the beams.
|Loss of Charter School Reimbursement|
HARRISBURG - Educators say the loss of state funding
for helping communities in Pennsylvania accommodate the financial effect of
charter schools is translating to larger class sizes, and less money for staff,
programs and textbooks.
|FOW- Kody Best|
CLEARFIELD – Clearfield County District
Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr., announced Clearfield County's Fugitive of the
Week for the week of April 14, 2014.Shaw identified the Fugitive as Kody Clayton
Best, age 20, of Daisy Street, Clearfield, Pennsylvania.