News Live 365: June 15th, 2022

51-year-old Jeannie Summers of Slippery Rock has been arrested by Venango County Authorities and placed in jail on $15,000 straight bail after what is being called a deliberate hit and run. Summers allegedly intentionally drove her car into a motorcycle as its owner stood beside it and then tried to run it over in front of multiple witnesses. She drove away but was stopped and detained by the Polk Police Department until she was arrested by Pennsylvania State Troopers.

The Meadville Public Library is offering free lunches for children under 18 as part of its summer reading program. Every weekday at the Cuttlefish Cafe on the Library’s top floor from noon to 1PM lunches will be provided free of cost for children and the disabled up to 21 years of age through the USDA Summer Food Service Program. Lunch will be served at the library through August 12th. More information about Cuttlefish Cafe and free children’s lunches can be found at

Three members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Josh Kail, Torren Ecker, and Tim O’Neal are drafting articles of impeachment against Philadelphia’s District Attorney, Larry Krasner. The three representatives from western Pennsylvania claim that as DA he has been derelict in his duty.

From Crawford County Treasurer Christine Krysiak: Hunting licenses for 2022-2023 are available for purchase starting this week. The price of a hunting license is unchanged from last year and you must have your license issued before you can apply for antlerless deer tags; antlerless tags cost $6.97 per application and cannot be received before July 11th, it is recommended that state residents apply between then and July 18th when non-resident applications start being processed.
While you are at it remember to license your dog too; all dogs older than three months require a license in Pennsylvania. Licenses for intact animals are $8.50 yearly or $51.50 for a lifetime license while a spayed or neutered pet costs $6.50 or $31.50; the fine for an unlicensed dog can exceed $300 per animal.