Venango County Week in Review: Candidates Stepping Forward, Polk Police Chief Acquitted, Seneca Mom Facing Child Endangerment Charges

| January 6, 2019

A look at the top stories in Venango County last week.

New Year Brings Hope to Venango County: Multi-Modal Hub, Cornplanter Square Project, Recycling Center, New and Growing Businesses

New Year’s Day is a time to look forward to the fresh year ahead, and Venango County residents have some good things to anticipate in 2019. Read more

Polk Borough Chief of Police Acquitted on Harassment Charge

The Chief of Police for Polk Borough was acquitted on a harassment charge today during a hearing held in Clarion. Read more

New Year, New Election: Candidates Stepping Forward as Local Elections Approach

As the new year begins, a new election cycle is also beginning with a number of county and municipal seats up for election in the coming year. Read more

UPDATE: 3-Year-Old Found in Rain with No Coat or Shoes While Mom Passed Out from Mixing Booze and Meds

New details have emerged in a child endangerment case involving a three-year-old girl who left a Seneca residence after her mother passed out from mixing alcohol and anxiety medication. Read more

Wanted Oil City Man Found at Hotel with Large Amount of Meth, Cash

Police say an Oil City man who was wanted on multiple arrest warrants was apprehended on Thursday evening. Read more

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