News Live 365: Thursday, June 3rd

The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the theft of nine firearms from the home of a 29 year old Saegertown man on Woodcock Lane in Woodcock Township. According to the Meadville State Police the firearms were discovered stolen at 7AM on Tuesday, June 1st. The weapons stolen from the home include a Ruger 10/22 semi automatic-rifle with thumb stock, a Ruger 20/45 rimefire pistol with a tan finish and black handle, a camouflage Mossberg pump action shotgun, a black and gray Weatherby Element synthetic semi-automatic shotgun, black AR-15 with flip-up red dot and iron sites, a silver Remington 700 chambered in 30.06 with a gray synthetic stock, a Sportsmans 76 pump action 30.06 with a sanded wood stock, a traditions muzzle loader, and a Savage Axis .243 that has been spray painted black over muddy girl camo color.

 

The Crawford County Fair Board reported over Facebook that they will be hosting a few special events at this year’s fair. The fair will celebrate its 75th anniversary with fireworks on August 22nd and a demolition derby event is planned for the end of the fair on the 28th. They also hinted at live music on the West End Stage, but have not announced any acts. Earlier this year they had announced that there would be no special events or rides.

 

Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry cannot field requests for unemployment compensation for the next five days as they upgrade to a modern computer system from the old mainframe system. Acting Secretary Jennifer Berrier expects things to be online by Tuesday, June 8th. In the meantime information on the new UC system including video tutorials is available on their website.

 

42 year old Timothy Dadic of Mercer has been charged with several crimes in relation to the hospitalization of a 16 year old that police allege he attacked. According to Mercer County authorities Dadic began assaulting the victim while they were driving together in a vehicle and then stopped driving to continue the attack, causing severe injuries. He has been charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, and more.

 

Edinboro University reports it has received a unique distinction from Study.com. Study.com recently rated Edinboro University as one of the top 30 journalism schools in the country, giving its undergraduate journalism major and minor the 29th spot in it’s national rankings.

 

Pennsylvania’s Senior Citizens at least 60 years of age may qualify for the Department of Agriculture’s Senior Farmers Market Program. The program helps provide qualifying seniors with fresh, healthy, summer produce through vouchers if they meet certain income guidelines. Contact an area agency on aging to get more information.