Body of Burned Man ID’d
Corry – Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook has released the identity of a man who was found dead after a Corry housefire in early March. 65-year-old Mark Perry was identified as the name of the victim; a cause of death has yet to be officially determined while the results of certain chemical tests are being processed. The fire was reported at about 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 2nd, and originated in the back of Mark’s apartment situated on the top floor of a building on Spring Street. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Job Search Seminar at the Library
Franklin – PA CareerLink will be present at the Franklin Public Library today for a Resilience in Job Searching seminar.  The free seminar begins at 3 o’clock this afternoon and is open to anyone.  Attendees will be given some basic training on the foundations of being more effective at job searches and applying for jobs online. The Franklin Public Library is part of the Oil Region Library Association and is located at 421 12th Street in Franklin; call (814)432-5062 for more information.

One Injured in I-80 Crash
New Castle – Mercer County authorities provided details about a crash on Interstate 80 earlier this month. Crash scene investigators say Lisa Madison of New Castle was injured when she lost control of her Jeep Compass. She was traveling west through Shenango Township shortly before midnight on Sunday, March 3rd when her vehicle left the highway and rolled onto its side in the median between lanes. Madison was transported to UPMC Horizon where she was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

Registration Deadline Looms
Harrisburg – The deadline for Pennsylvanians who wish to register to vote or update their voter registration ahead of the primary election on April 23rd is only four weeks away. The cutoff date to register is on Eclipse Day, Monday, April 8th. To be eligible for voting in the primary you must be a US Citizen and resident of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the voting district where you live for at least one month and 18 years of age or older. Registration is quick and simple and can be completed at your county voter services office, online at, or when you update or receive a License or ID from PennDOT.

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