News Live 365: January 31st, 2019

52 year old David Bigley of Knox was hospitalized on Wednesday night after a single car crash in the Clarion County borough of Snydersburg. Crash scene investigators from the Clarion State Police say Bigley lost control of his vehicle on Route 66 because of a medical condition and struck a fire hydrant, road signs, and a tree.

Northwest Pennsylvania Job Connect is preparing for a two year long Youth Reentry Demonstration Project that will begin later this year. The project is designed to help individuals that are between 18 and 24 years old who were previously involved with the justice system, formerly incarcerated, or preparing for imminent release from jail finish and further their education. Those enrolled in the program will get help with everything from finishing their high school diplomas to post secondary education employment opportunities. Northwest Pennsylvania Job Connect will also be hiring qualified staff to mentor members of the project. For more information visit https://www.nwpajobconnect.org/. NWPA Job Connect serves Clarion, Crawford, Forest, Erie, Venango, and Warren Counties.

Two people were hospitalized after a collision between two other vehicles with one in the wrong lane. Police say Aaron Braden of Warren was traveling eastbound in the westbound lane of Route 6 near Mill Village when he crested a hill and collided head on with a vehicle going the proper way. Braden and the driver of the other vehicle were both injured and a third motorist collided with the detached axle of Braden’s pickup.

Pennsylvania State Troopers are investigating the burglary of an industrial painting company located just outside of Saegertown on Route 198. At about 6:50PM (Ten to seven) Wednesday the 29th, someone broke into the building through a window and stole around $300 worth of petty cash. If you have information please call the Meadville State Police at (814)332-6911.

Tax filing season is now in full swing and Pennsylvania’s Department of Revenue is urging people now more than ever to file their state taxes through PADirectfile. The Department of Revenue also has resources to help qualifying individuals file their taxes online at no cost. Visit https://www.revenue.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx and click on the link that says file my taxes.