Hunny News for April 19th

Hunny News for April 19th

Hunny News for April 19th

IT WAS LEARNED AT THE HUNTINGDON BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING LAST EVENING THAT AT THIS POINT THERE IS NO CONTRACT BETWEEN HUNTINGDON BOROUGH AND SUNOCO LOGISTICS FOR THE BOROUGH TO SUPPLY UP TO 200,000 GALLONS OF WATER A DAY TO BE USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE MARINER EAST 2 PIPELINE AT RAYSTOWN LAKE. THE BOROUGH HAS GIVEN SUNOCO A WILL SERVE LETTER, WHICH MEANS IF A CONTRACT IS AGREED TO THE BOROUGH HAS THE CAPACITY, AND WOULD BE ABLE TO PROVIDE THE WATER.

OFFICIALS AT PENN STATE UNIVERSITY ARE INVESTIGATING A SUNDAY EVENING INCIDENT IN WHICH IT APPEARS SOMEONE WAS TAKING PICTURES OR VIDEOTAPING STUDENTS WHILE THEY SHOWERED IN THOMPSON HALL ON CAMPUS.

TUESDAY IN A PIKE COUNTY COURTROOM THE PROSECUTION RESTED ITS CASE IN THE TRIAL OF 33-YEAR OLD ERIC FREIN WHO IS ON TRIAL FOR THE AMBUSH SHOOTING OF TWO PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE TROOPERS BACK IN 2014. THE DEFENSE THEN RESTED ITS CASE WITHOUT CALLING A WITNESS.

BILLS DESIGNED TO BRING MORE PRIVATE SALES OF ALCOHOL PASSED OUT A STATE HOUSE COMMITTEE TUESDAY. ONE BILL WOULD ALLOW GROCERY STORES TO APPLY FOR PERMITS TO SELL WINE. THE OTHER BILL WOULD REMOVE THE P-L-C-B’S FROM IT’S WHOLESALE WINE AND LIQUOR SALES ENTIRELY.

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