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MAN CITED AFTER ALLEGED DUII WRECK

A Roseburg man was cited after an alleged DUII wreck by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office early Friday. A DCSO report said at about 12:40 a.m. a deputy responded to a sedan off the road near OC Brown Park on Buckhorn Road in the Dixonville area. The driver was allegedly found to be intoxicated. He provided a blood alcohol content level of .18, which is over two times the legal level of intoxication. The man’s vehicle was towed. He was cited for DUII and for driving while suspended and was released.
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What’s in store for this year’s Thunder in the Valley 2022

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WTAJ) — If you’re a biker, a motorcycle enthusiast, or love live music and great food – Thunder in the Valley is for you! The event runs Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26 in downtown Johnstown. People coming out to enjoy the fun can expect to see an entire line up of […]
JOHNSTOWN, PA
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Franklin Regional grad Michael Krauza joins New York Mets organization

The New York Mets now own the contract of pitcher Michael Krauza, and, if all goes according to his plan, he will be climbing the minor-league ranks. This could be the big break the hard-throwing right-hander has been looking for. Krauza, a Franklin Regional graduate, will leave the Cleburne (Texas)...
BROOKLYN, NY
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PA State Police standoff in Poconos ends with one dead

A standoff with a suicidal man in Jackson Township ended tragically when officers were forced to take action on Thursday night, Pennsylvania State Police reported. On Friday morning, PSP stated that their Fern Ridge station received a 911 call from Isabella Carroll of Jackson Township around 8:04 p.m. on June 23, stating that her husband, Keith Carroll, was depressed, had locked himself in a bedroom, and was threatening to kill himself and shoot at police.
JACKSON TOWNSHIP, PA
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$332,000 Olmsted Commons park planned for Vandergrift’s historic district

Vandergrift is working with the Westmoreland County Land Bank on plans for Olmsted Commons, a $332,000 half-acre park in the borough’s historic district. The state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources awarded $151,000 for the project. The borough will provide in-kind services to match the grant award. The site...
VANDERGRIFT, PA
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Man reunites with pet cat after multi-car crash separates them

WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Pa. — A man was released from the hospital and reunited with his pet cat after being involved in a multi-vehicle crash along Route 22 in Export. On May 18, first responders extracted Christopher Bell from his vehicle, and Life Flighted him to a nearby hospital where he underwent several emergency surgeries. The crash occurred when a car that was speeding swerved and smashed into Bell's car police said.
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Freeport Area School Board passes tax increase after close vote

In a 5-4 vote, the Freeport Area School Board narrowly passed its 2022-23 budget calling for a real estate tax increase of 6.7% for Butler County residents and a 1.68% increase for Armstrong County residents. Three of the four board members who voted against the budget said they didn’t want...
BUTLER COUNTY, PA
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WHITE TOWNSHIP MAN TO SERVE IN STATE PRISON FOR DOMESTIC-RELATED SHOOTING

A White Township man was sentenced to serve time in state prison for charges related to shooting at his child’s mother in 2020. District Attorney Bob Manzi announced in a news release that 34-year-old Todd Jakosh will serve four to eight years in state prison after shooting at his child’s mother after he was served a final protection from abuse order in July 2020. At that time, Jakosh assaulted the mother after the two were in a verbal argument, causing both injuries to her and damage to her property. The mother filed a PFA after the incident and Jakosh was ordered to not have any contact with her.
WHITE TOWNSHIP, PA
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Larry J. Keefe

KEEFE, LARRY J., 72, Hastings, passed away June 24, 2022. Born October 24, 1949, in Spangler, the son of Ralph H. Sr. and Rose Marie (Doran) Keefe. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Ralph H. Keefe Jr. Survived by loving wife of 51 years, Charlene (Staruch) Keefe; children, Laurie (James) Dunsmore, Madera; Matthew (Rebecca) Keefe, Carrolltown; and Michelle (Scott) Burkey, Hastings; seven grandchildren. Brother of Susan (Charles) Crowell, Patton; Raymond (Catherine) Keefe, Altoona; and Letitia Keefe, MD. US Army Veteran. Retired as a self-employed salesman, who was known for being able to sell anything to anyone and make conversation with everyone. Member of St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, Hastings. Larry had a very strong faith in God. He enjoyed playing cards, baseball, fishing and spending time with his family and friends. Larry was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather and will be greatly missed. Honoring Larry’s request, all services will be held privately for the Keefe family. Moriconi Funeral Home, Inc., Northern Cambria in charge of arrangements.
HASTINGS, PA
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Jakosh sentenced to state prison for shooting at woman

A White Township man has been sentenced to four to eight years in a state correctional institution for shooting at his child’s mother after being served a Protection From Abuse order — and may get an additional sentence next month on federal charges stemming from that same case.
INDIANA COUNTY, PA
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