News Live 365: February 16th, 2018

Police Search for Car and Driver

Pennsylvania State Police, Meadville
Authorities are looking for a greenish grey Ford Freestyle station wagon that took out several road signs, mailboxes, and a utility pole by Super Care Car Wash before fleeing south down the Perry Highway outside Meadville late Wednesday night. The car will have substantial damage to the front end, especially on the driver’s side fender and mirror. If you have information please call Meadville State Police (814)332-6911.

 

LIHEAP Can Help Offset Heating Costs

Winter is still here along with the dangerous freezing temperatures it brings. The Low Income Heating Assistance Program LIHEAP can help families in financial need get the money they need to keep the heat on. Visit LIHEAPhelps.com for information.

 

Still no New Voting Districts for Pennsylvania

Radio PA
The deadline for a new congressional district map of Pennsylvania has come and gone. The State Supreme Court has offered several options and if the Governor and General Assembly cannot choose one the court will commission its own map with help of a Stanford Law School Professor. The governor did not join with republican leadership in seeking an extension to the deadline and Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman is trying to blame the whole thing on Governor Wolf by saying he chose chaos.