Local News Headlines 2/25/19

It’s Monday and REFEREE RICH IS BACK!!!!! Here’s your Monday morning 2/25 headlines:

High winds from yesterday into this morning have taken their toll on buildings, trees and power suppliers in the area.

A Huntingdon County man is lucky to be alive after his SUV caught fire after smashing into a tree.

The latest effort by Governor Tom Wolf to impose a fee on municipalities that rely on the state police instead of local police is gaining steam again in Harrisburg.

The Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee was not happy with the Commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police during their recent budget hearing.

The issue of parking permits in the Borough of Hollidaysburg is heating up with the Mayor siding with residents.

Despite the outlook for a good year, the head of the Pennsylvania Lottery has some concerns.

It looks like State Patty’s Day in State College was a success for local law enforcement.

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