State Police in Philipsburg believe alcohol played a role in a crash where a pickup truck was hit by a train in
The accident occurred just after 1am on Saturday when 22 year Coty Johnson was driving a Chevrolet Silverado and attempted to turn off
Police said Johnson was unable to remove the truck from the ditch, but was able to get out of the vehicle before it was struck by a train.No one was injured, but, Johnson was taken into custody at the scene for suspicion of DUI. He will be charged pending blood test results.
A detour on
Over 300 registered cars and 100 motorcycles attracted thousands of people to Bellefonte over the weekend for the 25th annual Bellefonte Cruise.Several classic cars, some from the late 20’s and early 30’s were on display The event, which is held over Fathers Day weekend every year, began on Friday night and concluded yesterday with a 5k run and Diaper Dash races to benefit the
The State College Borough Council will hold their regular meeting tonight in room 304 in the
The House Transportation Committee will hold another hearing today on Senate Bill 1, the 2 and a half million dollar proposed transportation bill.The bill, which has already passed the senate will improve the state’s bridges and repair the roads, but will also likely increase vehicle registration and drivers’ license fees as well as the price of gas.
Ride to Work Day
PennDOT is inviting motorcyclists to participate in National Ride to Work Day today. PennDOT secretary Barry Schoch (shock) says the day is a “great day for riders to high the freedom they experience while riding a motorcycle, but also a reminder for riders to share through road safely throughout the riding season.”