News Live 365: March 6th, 2019

Franklin Area School District Kindergarten Registration Information

Franklin Area School District
Kindergarten Registration at Franklin Area School District will take place during the first week of April. To be registered a child must be at least 5 years of age by August 1st of this year and the parent or guardian are required to present a birth certificate, immunization records and proof of residency. You can pick up a registration packet at the district office, in each school or online at the district’s website. Registration at Victory Elementary is on April 1st, Central Elementary April 3rd, and Sandycreek elementary April 5th. You must set up an appointment ahead of time by calling (814)432-2121 and the extension is 1101.


No Injuries When Car Collides with House

PSP Clarion
The Clarion State Police report no injuries from an accident involving a 16 year old and a house. At about 4:40 Sunday afternoon the teenager lost control during a left hand turn on route 68 and traveled through the yard of a home in Monroe Township, Clarion County and collided with the front porch.


Courthouse Secretary Arrested for Theft

PSP Franklin
State Troopers arrested the secretary of Cornplanter Township’s District Court in Venango County. Holy Watson of Oil City is charged with Theft after allegedly keeping more than $8,500 in fines, costs, and other funds that were due to Venango County for herself since last August. The missing money was discovered during a routine internal audit.


Police Ask for Witnesses in Dog Theft Case

PSP Meadville
State Police based in Meadville are investigating the alleged theft of a dog. Ruby is a 6 month old labrador/pit bull terrier mix, solid brown in color with a white patch on her chest. Her owner reports she was taken off of her front porch on Monday March 4th around 10:30 at night. Anyone with information should call the Meadville State Police at (814)332-6911.


Real ID Officially Comes to Pennsylvania

Real ID compliant driver’s licenses and ID cards are now available in Pennsylvania. Real ID is optional for Pennsylvanian’s but will be required to board flights and enter federal buildings by October of 2020. Residents can apply for Real ID at any PennDOT Driver’s License Center and can get them at the same day in Erie.