Archive - Jul 22, 2013 - News Article
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Plenty of local churches have been welcoming
new faces lately, and the latest in that line is the First United Methodist Church in town, which recently introduced Rev. Paul Ritchey as its new pastor.
Read the full story in Tuesday's edition of The Spirit.
BROOKVILLE â€” The Jefferson County Department of Emergency Services is reminding residents and businesses affected by severe storms and flooding between June 27 and July 12 that they can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration at a Disaster Loan Outreach Center set up in Reynoldsville.
According to Tracy W. Zents, Director of Emergency Services, loans are available in response to a letter from Gov. Tom Corbett on July 12, requesting a disaster declaration by the SBA.
DELANCEY â€” Every town has a story to tell â€” one rich with history and legends.
For those who live in Adrian, also known as DeLancey, a piece of that history will be celebrated at 7 p.m. on Saturday at the St. Adrian's Roman Catholic Church, courtesy of the PRIDE Coal Memorial Committee.
Sitting inside the church is an old antique Hinners pipe organ that is over 120 years old.
The historical organ was manufactured by the Hinners and Albertson Organ Company of Pekin, Ill.
Purchased by the church, it was shipped to Adrian in pieces by train.
REYNOLDSVILLE â€” The Pennsylvania State Police Troop C VICE unit began an undercover investigation on July 2 into the distribution of heroin in the Reynoldsville area.
The Troop C VICE unit made several undercover purchases of heroin from Paul Neves, 30, Reynoldsville, in and around his Brown Street residence, according to police.
On July 19, Neves was taken into custody on a traffic stop in the Reynoldsville Borough.
A search warrant was then conducted at Neves' residence.