News Live 365: July 15th, 2022

A 62-year-old Stoneboro man was arrested last Friday for allegedly assaulting an unidentified Sandy Lake Township Supervisor. Authorities say Donald Rager was angry about a work crew placing a culvert in a location near his house and started an altercation with the Supervisor shortly after 6PM on July the 8th. Rager then escalated the situation by throwing punches, one connected causing his victim to suffer a swollen and bloody eye.

Northern Pennsylvania Regional College holds its first virtual Open House of 2022 from 5PM to 6PM next Tuesday, July the 19th. NPRC is an open enrollment facility that offers two year associate degrees across Northwest Pennsylvania with classrooms in nine counties. The open house is a virtual event that can be attended from one of seven classrooms in our region or online from home.  For more information and to register for the open house visit regionalcollegepa.org.

In Crawford County, authorities are investigating the theft of multiple firearms from a Springboro resident, including an AR-15 pattern weapon. The stolen items are an Iver Johnson Eagle XL long slide 1911 handgun, a semi-automatic .308 rifle, a Heritage Arms .22 caliber target pistol, and a Ruger AR-15 semi-automatic rifle. The thefts were reported Wednesday and suspects are developed in the case.

The Erie Philharmonic will perform a free concert at the Diamond Park in Downtown Meadville next Friday, July 22nd. A full orchestra will perform the story of Tubby the Tuba and some favorite music of the classical era starting at 7PM; there will also be food and other activities beginning at 6PM.

According to Pennsylvania Governor, Tom Wolf, three new state parks are in development. The commonwealth’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resources will make official announcements on purchasing and founding of the new parks by late fall this year.