Woman Leads PSP on Thanksgiving High-Speed Chase
Mercer – The Pennsylvania State Police reported the arrest of 32-year-old Brittanny Goodwine of Pittsburgh, who they said led officers on a high-speed chase on Thanksgiving Day. When a Trooper from Mercer County attempted to initiate a traffic stop for a broken taillight on Interstate 79 she sped away from them which began a pursuit that continued all the way through Mercer and Butler and into Allegheny County. Her vehicle was finally stopped after police managed to disable it on the Wexford Exit of I-79. Goodwine was allegedly driving under the influence of a controlled substance and was charged with four felonies for possession with intent to deliver that same substance, and another for fleeing and eluding police, as well as several summary and misdemeanor charges. She’s being kept in Mercer County Jail after failing to make $25,000 bail.

Writer’s Workshop at Library
Oil City – The Bridge Literary Arts Center is hosting an any genre writer’s workshop at the Oil City Library this Saturday from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Budding writers are invited to attend and bring their own original poem or short prose to share with a group of like-minded people for feedback and commentary. The Bridge Literary Arts Center has been promoting writing in Venango County since 1993 when it was first founded as the Bridge Coffee and Performance Space in Franklin. Find more information about them at bridgeliteraryartscenter.org

Arson Investigation
Titusville – The Pennsylvania State Police based in Corry are investigating an attempted arson in Troy Township, Crawford County. Last Wednesday, just before Thanksgiving, two unknown individuals entered a home on Crowther Road near Titusville and started two small fires before leaving, but the fires failed to spread. Anybody who may have information about this crime should call the Pennsylvania State Police in Corry at (814)663-2043.

Street Closure
Meadville – Arch Street in Meadville will be closed between Market and Water Streets today and tomorrow while work is performed on the Windstream building located in Meadville’s Downtown. Public notice of the closure was made yesterday by Meadville’s City Manager Maryann Menanno via social media and on the City of Meadville’s website. Meadville is still taking applications from residents who wish to volunteer to fill positions on several Authorities, Boards, and Commissions.

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