Missing: Dominick Irvine
Albion – The Pennsylvania State Police are searching for a missing teenager in Erie County. Dominick Irvine is 16 years old; he was reported missing from his home in Conneaut Township on Monday morning. Dominick was last seen on Sunday morning at about 6 a.m. and has not been seen by his family since then. Dominick is 16 years old, he is a white male about 5’7” tall and weighs around 130 pounds; his hair and eyes are brown and he has a prominent nose. Anyone who may have information about the whereabouts of missing teenager Dominick Irvine is asked to call the Pennsylvania State Police in Girard at (814)774-9611.

UPMC to Layoff More than 1,000 Employees
Pittsburgh – Pennsylvania’s largest healthcare system, UPMC has announced it will lay off more than 1,000 employees but provide them severance pay and extended benefits. According to Vice President of Communications Paul Wood, the layoffs are due to the challenges of navigating healthcare in the post-pandemic marketplace. The layoffs represent a little more than 1% of the nearly 100,000 UPMC employees.

Brush Fire Spreads to Buildings
Fredonia – What started as a small brush fire in Mercer County quickly grew out of control and consumed an entire structure on Tuesday. The fire began at Kidd’s Mill Road near Fredonia but was spread by the wind and quickly grew into a conflagration that, according to firefighters, had already spread to a nearby garage by the time they arrived. Multiple fire crews spent about four hours battling the blaze which destroyed the structure, several trees, and some nearby power lines.

State Charges Pipeling Company
Harrisburg – The State of Pennsylvania has charged Shell Falcon Pipeline with multiple violations of environmental laws during the construction of a 45-mile gas line in Western Pennsylvania. Attorney General Michelle Henry says the company allegedly failed to report 13 separate incidents in which they were legally required to inform the Department of Environmental Protection about chemical spills involving often dangerous chemicals used to lubricate horizontal drills. Shell is also accused of violating its permits by failing to use real-time data-logging devices while they drilled in Beaver, Allegheny, and Washington Counties in 2019.

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