Author: Valia Jenkins

Pa GOES Red with Trump, Toomey

The results of the presidential election are in, and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won with more than the required 270 electoral votes. Voters stayed up late awaiting the results of the presidential election. The Associated Press reported that Trump had won at 2:30 a.m. Pennsylvania voters contributed 20 electoral votes to Trump’s win. As of Wednesday afternoon, Trump earned 279 electoral votes nationally, and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received 228 electoral votes. At the state level, Trump received 49% of the votes in Pennsylvania, and Clinton received 48% of the votes. At the county level, 74.6% of voters in...

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Two Vehicles Collide in Loyalsock Township, No Injuries

Three people escaped injury when two vehicles collided at an intersection in Loyalsock Township on Sunday, November 6th. According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Montoursville in a report, 58-year-old Mary J. Caschera-Campana of Williamsport was driving a 1997 Volkswagen Jetta in an east direction on East Third Street near Shiffler Avenue. 22-year-old David A. Hallman of Easton, who was driving a 2007 Mazda 3, was stopped at a red light. Caschera-Campana could not stop in time, and her Jetta rear-ended Hallman’s Mazda. The crash occurred at East Third Street’s intersection with Shiffler Avenue at about 4:34 p.m. Both Caschera-Campana and Hallman...

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Two Escape Injury in Car vs. Deer Crash in Sharon Township

No one was injured when a car hit a deer on State Route 44 in Sharon Township on Saturday, November 5th. According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Coudersport in a report, 76-year-old James C. Carpenter of Willoughby, Ohio, was headed north in a 1992 Mercedes-Benz 300 at about 7:35 p.m. The car hit a deer before becoming disabled. The crash occurred on Stevens Street, and the specific location of the crash was 623 feet to the east of Oswayo Street. Carpenter and his passenger, 69-year-old Kathleen M. Speidel of North Ridgeville in Ohio, were both uninjured. They were both wearing...

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Rome Man Faces Corruption of Minors Charges

A Rome man is facing several charges after he allegedly assaulted two girls between 2015 and 2016, according to the Pennsylvania State Police in Towanda. 34-year-old Adam Brooks Jr. allegedly assaulted the girls, ages 4 and 11, at an Orwell Township residence. The alleged assaults took place between April of last year and June of this year. You can read Brooks’ court report below: COURT REPORT- Adam Carl Brooks Jr., 34, of Rome, faces two felony charges and two misdemeanor charges.  The charges listed are…. Felony: 18 § 6301 §§ A1ii F3 Corruption Of Minors – Defendant Age 18 or Above 18...

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One Person Injured in Single Vehicle Crash in Eulalia Township

One person was injured in a single vehicle crash that occurred in Eulalia Township on Thursday, November 3rd. According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Coudersport in a report, 74-year-old Jack D. Hewitt of Coudersport was driving a 2016 Jeep Cherokee on Dingman Run Road. Hewitt sped along a left hand curve in the road as his vehicle traveled to the dirt shoulder. Hewitt lost control of the vehicle as he tried to get it back on the road. The vehicle spun before the front driver side bumper hit the embankment. The driver side front and rear tire landed in the ditch,...

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