Students streamed out of Cranberry High School on their last day of school Tuesday morning, and buses and cars lined up to take the eager students home for the summer. An unexpected surprise waited for Cranberry junior Tristin Smith as Laura Laidlaw waited by her 1986 Cadillac Hearse with a sign, "Tristin Smith you're done, come to me now!" The hearse joined the parade of vehicles that drove past teachers with signs that said "Goodbye for the summer!" (By Laura O'Neil)
The City of Oil City will begin conducting demographic surveys today for street reconstruction projects on the entire lengths of Jefferson and Clearfield streets as part of the city's Community Development Block Grant program.
- Butler Health System reported Clarion Hospital through Tuesday had collected 13,563 specimens for COVID-19 testing, including 11,463 tests at the hospital's outdoor collection site. A total of 2,185 tests were positive for the virus. As of Wednesday, the hospital has no COVID-19 in-patients.
After a year of virtual and abbreviated outside concerts, the HOLeY Jeans youth choir and its director are excited to celebrate the choir's 25th anniversary with a concert at 7 p.m. today at Bandstand Park in Franklin.