News Live 365: November 29th, 2021

Authorities in Erie County are investigating a case of terroristic threats that were made against two Edinboro men between 3 and 4 PM on Thanksgiving. As the two men aged 31 and 73 were driving they began to be tailgated by a white SUV which followed them all the way to their home on Kinter Hill Road, and an occupant of the vehicle threatened to shoot them and then drove away; the victims believe there was a single gunshot from the vehicle as it left. Anyone with information should call the Pennsylvania State Police in Girard at (814)774-9611.

Meadville Medical Center’s next COVID-19 vaccine clinic is this Saturday, December 4th, at the old Meadville City Building on 984 Water Street in Meadville. The clinic will provide first, second, and boosters of the Pfizer vaccine to all eligible adults and children. Vaccinations are available for children as young as five years old and have been found to be as effective in children as in adults at protecting from severe COVID-19 infections and over 130,000 children have been vaccinated in Pennsylvania. Vaccine boosters are available for all adults and recommended for adults over 50 years of age, with a qualifying medical condition, or living in a congregate care setting.

Visit MMCHS.org or call (814)336-1800 to schedule an appointment. Congratulations to the Meadville Bulldogs football team for an excellent season this year. Meadville clinched the 4A District 10 title and went deep into the PIAA playoffs before a loss to the Jersey Shore Bulldogs on Saturday.