News Live 365: July 7th, 2021

A Meadville man was hospitalized after a car collided with a motorcycle near Blooming Valley in Crawford County. According to crash scene investigators, John Proverb was injured after a near head-on collision with a car driven by Wayne Martin of Centerville when he drifted into the incoming lane while navigating an S-Curve on Route 198.


Armstrong Cable presented the Meadville Family YMCA with a generous $30,000 donation to help fund essential charitable programs that are run through the organization. During the height of the pandemic in 2020 the Meadville Family YMCA donated over $111,000 worth of food, financial assistance, and more in Crawford County despite running short on donations. A small check presentation ceremony and press conference will be held in the lobby of the YMCA on Chestnut Street in Meadville at 10AM this morning. General Manage for Armstrong in the Meadville Area, Adam Alexander says  “Armstrong has a decades-long legacy of supporting the Meadville community. Our local team of technicians and customer service employees all value the YMCA’s mission.”


A bipartisan group of Pennsylvania’s State Senators are looking to make a significant change to the laws involving non-prosecution agreements after the state’s Supreme Court overturned Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction. A republican, Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Lisa Baker and a democrat, Steve Santarsiero, have cosponsored a bill that would require all future non-prosecution agreements to be in writing before they can be enforced. A large part of Cosby’s case in front of the court relied on a verbal promise from an Assistant Montgomery County DA not to prosecute Cosby if he agreed to testify at a civil case brought against him by one of his accusers. That testimony was later used as evidence against Cosby at his criminal trial.