Local News Headlines 7/1/19

Here’s your MONDAY morning 7/1 local headlines:

Having completed their business Friday, members of the state House and Senate headed home for their summer recess, with many declaring a successful legislative session.

A three vehicle crash yesterday on Route 26 in Huntingdon County claimed the lives of two persons.

The hearing for a convicted murderer continued on Friday in Blair County Court with James Frankie Rodgers taking center stage.

With Friday’s one year anniversary of Governor Wolf’s signing of the Clean Slate law into effect, the automatic sealing of records in beginning.

With the recent departure of an Altoona City Council candidate, the GOP is looking for a replacement.

State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale is confirming that he will run for Congress.

Governor Wolf has signed a bill barring Pennsylvania municipalities from taxing of banning the sale or use of plastic bags and other containers.

The State House has given final approval to a bill which would benefit families of Pennsylvania National Guard members.

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