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A Port Allegany woman was committed to Potter County Correctional Facility on Feb. 27, after being charged in connection to a burglary and theft of a Coudersport residence, while the tenant laid dead in an adjacent room, court documents state.

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The following individuals recently faced court action before Magisterial District Judge Kari McCleaft.

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Earle Meacham, 54, of Roulette, wrote two checks in September to VMI, knowing they would not be honored by the drawee, court documents state. One check was for $250 and the other was for $150. Meachem was charged Feb. 3 with one misdemeanor count Bad Checks and one summary count Bad Checks b…

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David Brown, of Coudersport, was driving a Ford F-150 north on SR-44 in Hebron Township on Jan. 22 when he crossed the center line multiple times, court documents indicate. Police reported initiating a traffic stop, making contact with Brown and immediately detecting an odor of an alcoholic …

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McKean County district attorney Stephanie Vettenburg-Shaffer announces the expansion of services of the McKean County Detectives’ Bureau operating out of the DA’s office with the addition of more canines. The canines assist law enforcement across the county in locating illegal narcotics, exp…

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A 39-year-old man awaits a preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge William Todd, for strangling a teenaged accuser and assaulting one of the accuser’s parents, as well as endangering the welfare of two juveniles, court documents state.

Police are seeking the public’s help in locating suspect Jamie Darnell Reedus-Gillyard. Reedus-Gillyard may be armed and should be considered to be armed and dangerous.

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On Jan. 16, the Honorable John H. Pavlock sentenced Christopher Yohe, of Bradford, to a term of incarceration of 10 years to 20 years in state prison. Yohe had been convicted of Rape (Felony 1); Sexual Assault (Felony 2); Aggravated Indecent Assault (Felony 2); Criminal Trespass (Felony 3); …

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PITTSBURGH, Jan. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Pittcon is honored to host Joseph B. Powell, Ph.D. as the 2021 Wallace H. Coulter Lecturer. The 2021 Coulter Lecture is entitled The Industrial Laboratory for Energy and Chemicals: Past, Present, and Future.

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Easton's mayor is calling for more gun control in the wake of the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol. He is asking lawmakers to officially ban guns from local government buildings like City Hall, expanding on a law that prohibits guns in federal and state government buildings. Details, tonight in a live report at 5.Also at 5, get an exclusive look at a new public marketplace opening soon in Bethlehem's South Side.From: Danielle DuGuaySent: Monday, January 18, 2021 1:59 PMTo: blox999@outlook.com <blox999@outlook.com>Cc: Brad Rinehart <bradr@wfmz.com>Subject: 69 News at FiveEaston's mayor is calling for more gun control in the wake of the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol. He is asking lawmakers to officially ban guns from local government buildings like City Hall, expanding on a law that prohibits guns in federal and state government buildings. Details, tonight in a live report at 5.Also at 5, get an exclusive look at a new public marketplace opening soon in Bethlehem's South Side.

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Easton's mayor is calling for more gun control in the wake of the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol. He is asking lawmakers to officially ban guns from local government buildings like City Hall, expanding on a law that prohibits guns in federal and state government buildings. Details, tonight in a live report at 5.Also at 5, get an exclusive look at a new public marketplace opening soon in Bethlehem's South Side.

First Citizens Community Bank has promoted Abbie Pritchard to market leader of their western Pennsylvania/New York market. At this time, this region includes the Wellsville, Genesee and Ulysses locations.

Entrepreneurs representing 10 different businesses from across the Pennsylvania Wilds have completed the inaugural PA Wilds PACE Program, a 10-week professional development course to help scale rural businesses.

In 2019, employees of First Citizens Community Bank reached into their pockets to donate funds that provided more than 10,000 meals to those in need through the Central Pennsylvania Foodbank.

When the American Bankers Association recently announced the top-performing community banks in the nation, First Citizens Community Bank made the list once again, ranking 59th, up 17 places from the previous year.

“The pandemic has worsened stress, as boundaries between home and work have been blurred,” says Dr. Alex Dimitriu, founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine in Menlo Park, California. “Kids, pets, home life and other distractions now interfere with people’s attempts to work. The lack of social contacts or vacations to punctuate our lives have also added stress during COVID. Working remotely, through video visits and little in-person interaction has also significantly limited the multimodal ways we used to work — when we worked in person. For many, COVID had become Groundhog Day, with each day melting into the next, and this is hard.”

Yoga practitioners know that a daily dose of sun can help focus the mind, improve circulation and tone muscles. Now the face can get in on the action, as well, thanks to face yoga, an anti-aging exercise regime for the face.

Muscle pain and muscle aches are part of life and can happen to just about everyone. Whether they’re from tension, stress, a sports injury or a medical condition, everyday living can sometimes be a literal pain in the neck — and exacerbate related bodily aches, too. These aches usually affect the support structures that allow movement in daily life: the bones, the muscles, the ligaments and the tendons.

Winter is the customary cold and flu season, and a time during which many people aren’t as vigilant about maintaining their health as they might be at other times of the year. This winter has the additional variable of the coronavirus pandemic, which surged into 2021 with a second wave of spread and infection.

Barbara Bell knows the importance of medical care and regular visits to the doctor, and why they’re vital for her during the pandemic. Bell, a retired teacher, has rheumatoid arthritis and takes medication that suppresses her immune system.