BROCKWAY â A recent update to Megan's Law, signed by Gov. Tom Corbett late last year, means sex offenders in Pennsylvania are now facing stricter registration and notification requirements.
A few aspects of the law, signed Dec. 20, took effect Feb. 18.
One of the changes that took effect deals with homeless offenders, and is a change about which the Rev. Jack Wisor, director of the Just for Jesus Homeless Ministry in Brockway, recently voiced concerns.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Monday, the Punxsutawney Garden Club asked Punxsutawney Borough Council for help in replacing the hayracks that were removed from the light standards for the downtown traffic light replacement project.
âWe feel the beautification projects the Garden Club manages throughout the year make a great deal of difference in adding to the charm of the community,â Garden Club President Gloria Kerr said.
She said there is a fear that to replace the hayracks on the new light standards might damage the new poles.