News Live 365: October 18th, 2022

A single vehicle crash killed a 64-year-old Spartansburg man yesterday morning. Police and first responders say that Donald Stanbro was not wearing a seatbelt and died when his car crashed into a tree along Route 77 in Erie County’s Concord Township at about 10:45AM. At press time a cause for the crash was still being investigated by police.

The National Weather Service has issued a freeze watch for all of Northeast Ohio and Northwestern Pennsylvania tonight. During a freeze watch temperatures are expected to dip below freezing and can damage crops, plants, and unprotected outdoor plumbing such as sprinkler systems or above ground pipes; freezing temperatures also pose a danger to pets and people remember that the state dog laws prohibit tying your pet outside unsupervised for more than 30 minutes in freezing weather.

In State News, the Pennsylvania Auditor General, Timothy Defoor, launched a new ‘Intern to Hire’ program to attract college students and make up for major staffing shortages that are foreseen in his department. More than 40% of Pennsylvania’s auditors will be eligible for retirement next May. Paid college internships with the Auditor General’s Office can lead to full-time employment after graduation; more information about the program can be found at