PUNXSUTAWNEY â Monday, Punxsutawney Borough Council said PennDOTâs new traffic signal project should commence in late spring or early summer.
Borough Manager Ben White said in an earlier interview that each of the intersections along Mahoning Street â including Hampton Avenue, Jefferson, Findley and Gilpin streets â will receive new signals, signal posts and mast arms. The Hampton intersection is the only one that currently has mast arms to support its traffic signals.
The SS.C.D. Childrenâs Choir, under the direction of Arlene Stewart with accompaniment by Toie Neal, shared a number of Christmas carols for residents and guests at Mulberry Square Elder Care & Rehabilitation Center, where the Make-A-Wish Foundation brought its âLight Up a Childâs Lifeâ campaign Wednesday. Also, the students presented a $1,584.95 donation â realized from its fund-raising â to Make-A-Wish. (Photo by Tom Chapin/The Punxsutawney Spirit)
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Judging by Wednesdayâs bookkeeping, Senior Corps-RSVP Director Janeen Love said more than 415 Jefferson County kids will benefit from the annual Toys for Tots Christmas campaign.
Toys for Tots â operated by Community Action on behalf of the Marine Corps Reserve â had collection boxes placed at area businesses throughout November and December and provides eligible, registered children with three big toys and a grab-bag.
This yearâs campaign collected close to 1,700 toys in total, Love said.