Missing: Linda Wilamowski
Wattsburg – The Pennsylvania State Police are searching for a missing woman who they believe may be at special risk for harm or injury. 65-year-old Linda Wilamowksi was last seen in the area of Wattsburg at about 9 PM on Friday night and has been missing from her home ever since; authorities picked up the search for her yesterday. Linda is a white non-Hispanic woman with gray hair and blue eyes who wears glasses, she stands around 5’ 7” tall and reportedly weighs 170 pounds. Linda Wilamowski drives a dark gray Ford Focus with Pennsylvania license plate LRH8440. If you believe you have encountered Linda please contact the Pennsylvania State Police in Erie by calling (814)898-1641. Linda Wilamowski is missing and believed to be at special risk, if encountered, please call the Pennsylvania State Police.
PennDOT Posts Work Schedules
Oil City – PennDOT’s work schedule for this week includes the installation of new signals, signs, and painting on a stretch of Route 6 from the Gabion Retaining Wall to Kinzua Road in Warren County. A full schedule of projects for Warren, Crawford, Erie, Forest, Mercer, and Venango Counties can be found by visiting PennDOT.gov/District1 online. Clarion County is in District 10.
Conspiracy Charges for Entech Employees
New Castle – Two men were charged with crimes for recklessly endangering the lives of workers and residents near a natural gas pipeline in Lawrence County. Joseph Berkich and Welton Shipe are accused of falsifying paperwork proving certifications to work on a pipeline operated by EnTech, risking catastrophe by approving faulty repair and construction work, and conspiracy for the two previous allegations.
Fetterman Grateful to Return to Senate
Pittsburgh – In his first interview since returning to the US Senate, John Fetterman told reporters from KDKA in Pittsburgh that he is “feeling fantastic” following treatment for Clinical Depression and is grateful for being able to return to work. Fetterman took a six-week leave of absence from the US Senate after becoming severely depressed in February and returned to work in late April. During the interview, he said he believed that post-stroke recovery and attack ads launched against him because of his health may have contributed to his depression. Interest groups outside Pennsylvania spent $84 million on attack ads after his stroke in 2022.