Rollover Crash Injures Two Women
Two unidentified women sustained injuries in a car crash in Crawford County’s Conneaut Township in the early morning hours of Friday March 30th. At around 3:50 A.M. a 63 year old woman ran through a stop sign at the intersection of Linesville and West Center Roads and collided with and flipped a vehicle driven by a 33 year old woman. Both women were rushed to Meadville Medical Center for treatment.
Hero Dash and Splash Scheduled for April 28th
Sugarcreek Police Union
Sugarcreek Borough Police Department as well as Union and Rocky Grove Volunteer Fire Departments are hosting their 2nd Annual Hero Dash and Splash on April 28th at 10 A.M. The Dash and Splash is a 5K Run or Walk at Two Mile Run. Pre-registration fees are $30 for runners and $25 for walkers. Go to www.runsignup.com or visit the Sugarcreek Borough Police Station at 121 Fox Street in Franklin PA between 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. For more details you can check out Dash and Splash on Facebook and if you are interested in becoming a sponsor call (814) 437-3703 or visit the station.
Erie Woman Arrested for Fraud and Drugs
Press Office of the Pennsylvania Attorney General
An Erie Woman, Marisha Winiarczyk, has made state news after being charged with several felonies related to fraudulently obtaining opioids. Winiarczyk was working as a registered nurse at Regency by South Shore using a forged nursing certificate and had filled fake prescriptions for hundreds of pills.
Parking Revamped in Franklin
City of Franklin PD
Parking in Downtown Franklin has gotten a facelift and has undergone some significant changes, including electronic parking kiosks and a mobile app. The mobile app called “Way to Park” can be found on the Apple Itunes or Google Play stores and provides information on parking times and rates through the whole city when you enter 1080 as the parking zone. The new kiosk system accepts quarters, dimes, and nickels as well as credit or debit cards for parking spaces. A parking enforcement officer will be available in parking lot C from 8:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. on Tuesday and Thursday this week to help people with questions about the kiosks.
A Couple of State Items
It took 12 rounds of voting but a new mayor was chosen by the city council of Allentown Pennsylvania. A former member of the council Ray O’Connell is provisional mayor until the next election. Allentown’s previous Mayor Ed Pawlowski was convicted of federal charges of corruption.
In more state news jury selection for the retrial of Bill Cosby begins today. After a hung jury Cosby is facing a second trial for the alleged drugging and rape of a Temple University employee.