Fundraising Campaign for the Byler Family
Spartansburg – A resident of Spartansburg has launched a GoFundMe campaign to help Andy Byler, the husband of Rebekah Byler, the young mother who was murdered in the area in late February. Rebekah was six months pregnant and she and her husband already had two babies together. The campaign was created by a family friend and hardware store manager Kelsey Bova who is also taking direct donations for Andy at her store Bova’s Hardware on 307 Main Street in Spartansburg; Bova is also accepting donations of sanitary products and diapers size 6 and 7 for the Bylers two toddler-aged children. In Erie County Sander’s Markets in Corry and North East are also accepting donations of money and baby items.

State Police Debut New Vehicles
Hershey – The Pennsylvania State Police will be ditching the gray cruisers and returning to white as part of the transition from Ford to Dodge as their vehicle provider. The State Police have been a customer of Ford for more than 30 years, but after Ford announced in 2018 that they would no longer be producing sedans PSP needed to find a new American company to purchase their fleet vehicles from, Dodge is among the last companies producing sedans in the USA. 2024 is the year that the first of the brand-new white Dodge Chargers and Dodge Durangos will debut; the color has been switched because Dodge does not offer gray among its standard colors.

Daylight Saving Time Begins
Imperial – Clocks should be set one hour ahead on Saturday night thanks to Daylight Saving time. Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday morning at 2 a.m.; it’s time to spring ahead on our clocks.
On the topic of hot garbage, an exploding garbage truck damaged several homes in the Allegheny County town of Imperial on Thursday. An unknown substance inside the truck combusted and caught the truck on fire; as firefighters attempted to extinguish the flames something inside the truck exploded, creating a shockwave that destroyed windows in several homes. The fire was also hot enough to melt siding on the closest structures and damaged parked cars.

Bear Attack Survivor Released from Hospital
Butler – Lee Anne Gallante, the survivor of a bear attack on Tuesday Night, was allowed to return to her home in Butler County this morning. The 55-year-old woman who lives on the outskirts of Butler was attacked by a mother bear in her backyard when she tried to stop it from threatening her dog and suffered injuries to her head, face, and arms. The bear had to be euthanized by authorities, but all three of her cubs were healthy enough and old enough to be released together on game lands in Warren County. It was the first Bear attack in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania since May of 2023.

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