Archive - Mar 24, 2011 - News Article
BROOKVILLE â A former Punxsutawney man was sentenced to a maximum of nine years in a state correctional facility after pleading guilty to a variety of charges, including identity theft, with a total of $99,000 owed in restitution.
Michael J. Lainey, c/o the Jefferson County jail, pleaded guilty to numerous counts of identity theft, access device fraud and various other charges mostly involving Gilman Lainey of Punxsy, the defendantâs father, from whom he stole $90,771.
BROOKVILLE â Historic Brookville Inc. (HBI) will present the designs for the planned town square at 7 p.m. April 7 at the Brookville Volunteer Fire Hall.
HBI made that announcement this week after more than six months of design work and several years of dealing with environmental issues.
The final site plan includes:
â˘ Pedestrian amenities, including a decorative walkway between the courthouse and town square.
â˘ Lighting and adequate electricity for public performances, such as concerts and plays.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â âAll the worldâs a stage,â according to Shakespeare. Now, the Punxsutawney Theatre Arts Guild Inc. (PTAG) is proving the truth of that famous comment through its new Web site, punxsytheatre.org.
Developed through the efforts of Guild member Jef Dinsmore and Web site designer John McManigle of Brookville, the site is a âone-stop location for all news and information about PTAG,â according to Dinsmore.