Here’s your WEDNESDAY morning 2/12 local headlines:
State House and Senate GOP members are renewing their call for property tax reform in Pennsylvania.
In advance of state budget hearings which begin next week, State House Republicans are calling for greater efficiency in State government.
The long-awaited retrial of murderer Paul Aaron Ross might take place later this year in Blair County Court.
A local pastor in Curwensville is facing charges of sexual assault against two teenage girls when he was a youth pastor in Minnesota in the 80’s.
Authorities in Tyrone are looking for the vandals who tore up the girl’s high school softball field.
The Tyrone School Board has chosen Lori Walk to fill Brian Bressler’s no vacant seat on the board.
The Bellwood-Antis School Board is looking to replace former board member Jason Lynn who is now facing a long list of criminal charges.
Pennsylvania is launching the website where voters for the first time can request the newly legal mail-in ballots ahead of the Primary.