News Live 365: June 17th, 2021

The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the theft of more than $10,000 worth of Jewelry from the home of an Erie County couple that took place at some point between New Year’s Day and the 11th of May this year. The four items which were stolen include a Movado watch with a black, square face and golden hands; a wedding ring with a wide gold band and a 3/4 karat diamond; a gold V necklace with diamond flowers; a gold Omega watch with a fine opal face. The value of the stolen items is approximately $10,300. Please call the Pennsylvania State Police in Corry at (814)663-2043 if you may have information that can help.

 

The Clarion Hospital Foundation has donated scholarships worth tens of thousands of dollars to seven area students. To qualify for one of the Hospital Foundation scholarships students must have a high GPA, be from Clarion County, and plan on a future career in medicine.  Brian Acey, Drew Davis, Madelyn Dunlap, Kaylynn Fulmer, Austin Kirkpatrick, Natalie Meyers, and Brooke Terwilliger were selected by committee members as the 2021 recipients for each of the Hospital’s scholarships.

 

In State News Governor Tom Wolf may now veto a bill he initially supported after it was amended in the PA Senate. The bill which sought to permanently allow bars and restaurants to sell hand-made cocktails to go, now includes a section allowing premixed cocktails in sealed containers to be sold at convenience stores and beer distributers. Opponents are mostly Democrats and are concerned about the effect this would have on bars and restaurants if they no longer were the only ones to sell mixed drinks. Proponents say it will increase state revenue.