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Jeffrey Thomas, suspended Somerset District Attorney, given permission to work

SOMERSET (KDKA) - Jeffrey Thomas, the suspended Somerset County District Attorney, has found work. He was given permission to work at his father's garage as he remains under house arrest and electronic monitoring as he awaits trial on sexual assault charges. A court order allowed Thomas to work at the garage in Windber provided he avoids exclusion zones - which are around the alleged victim's home and workplace. Thomas was arrested last year after it was alleged he sexually and physically assaulted a woman in Windber.
SOMERSET, PA
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In-person unemployment compensation services available at PA CareerLink Centers

HARRISBURG, Pa (WTAJ) — The Department of Labor and Industry (L&I) announced in-person services for Unemployment Compensation (UC) claims throughout the commonwealth, including a location in Somerset, are open. L&I is using the $6.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to place UC staff in PA CareerLink centers to help promote equitable access […]
SOMERSET, PA
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Somerset daycare worker busted with heroin, police say

SOMERSET COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — An employee from ABC Review Preschool was jailed Wednesday after she was caught with 12 stamp bags while supervising 10 children, according to police. Somerset Borough police went to the preschool, which also serves as a daycare center, around 9:53 a.m. May 25 after an employee said she caught 36-year-old […]
SOMERSET COUNTY, PA

2 killed, 9 injured in ice fall in southern Swiss Alps

BERLIN — (AP) — Two climbers were killed Friday and nine others injured by falling blocks of ice in the Alps in southern Switzerland, police said. Police in Valais canton (state) were alerted shortly after 6 a.m. to the emergency in the Grand-Combin massif. Seven rescue helicopters were dispatched.
BERLIN, PA

Meyersdale students raise more than 150 catfish, set them free

Students at Meyersdale Area High School have become “reel” experts through a special project with the Fish and Boat Commission and the Salisbury-Elk Lick Hunting Club. After months of dutifully caring for more than 150 channel catfish, students in Doreen Jamison’s Natural Resource Management Class, were able to see their wards swim free on May 10.
MEYERSDALE, PA
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Meyersdale man sells over $6k in meth to undercover cop, police say

SOMERSET COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — A man is behind bars after he allegedly sold meth to an undercover state police officer four times. On May 23, the officer, of state police in Greensburg, contacted 52-year-old Stephen Andrew Walter to purchase a pound of meth worth $6,400, according to charges filed. Police noted this came after […]
MEYERSDALE, PA
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Eleanor S. Wyland

Eleanor S. Wyland, 82 of Lock Haven passed away Wednesday, May 25, 2022. She was born January 19, 1940, in Windber, PA to John and Mary Hudak Sendek. Eleanor was preceded in death by her husband Richard F Wyland III of Lock Haven, her mother Mary Sendek and father, John Sendek Sr of Windber PA, her brother John Sendek of Windber Pa.
LOCK HAVEN, PA
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Funeral held for area EMT killed in motorcycle crash

Bedford Co., PA (WJAC) — A funeral was held Thursday afternoon for an area EMT who was killed in a motorcycle crash last week. The viewing and funeral service for Chad Ewald was held at Christian Light Church in Bedford. The service was followed by a procession honoring Ewald’s...
BEDFORD COUNTY, PA

Student achievements for May 26

North Star High School selected Brett King, Olivia Golias, Shaun Marsh, Karley Buchanan, Marissa Sarver, Glendon Griffith, Piper Brick and Stasi Musselman as its May Students of the Month. Brett King is the son of Dana King, Stoystown. He is in the 12th grade honors course. Olivia Golias is the...
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