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New Castle News (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, New Castle, Pennsylvania Since 1880 vol. 135 no. 290 newsstand $1.25 to August 8-9, 2015 new Castle $61 Worth of coupons in today s paper Kane Case no slam Dunk say defense attorneys despite the Public hysteria a Able to defend herself by John Finnerty Chi news Servile Harrisburg a top criminal defense attorneys say attorney general Kathleen Kane could prevail if she fights charges that she leaked secret grand jury information then lied about it. On thursday Kane was charged with perjury and obstruction of Justice by the Montgomery county District attorney. She is scheduled to appear via video saturday for an initial court appearance. Kane a personal attorney has indicated that she will plead not guilty. Kane has refused to step Down despite Calls for her resignation from state leaders including gov. Tom Wolf a fellow Democrat. Kane has said she did no to think the information her office released with her approval was covered by grand jury secrecy rules. Williamsport defense attorney Cliff Rieders said that prosecutors might have a difficult time demonstrating that she intended to break the Law. A i think that a her defense and that a a legitimate defense a he said. He a far from the Only defense attorney who says the Case against Kane Isnit a slam Dunk. Attorney James Swetz said Kane has room to defend herself a despite the Public Swetz the immediate past pres Kathleen Kane Idem of the Pennsylvania association of criminal defense attorneys said he glanced Over the court documents spelling out the accusations against Kane and he believes there Are opportunities to attack the prosecutions Case. The attorneys disagreed Over whether Kane ought to continue in office while she fights the charges however. Whenever a teacher or police officer is charged with a crime he or she is placed on administrative leave until the matter is resolved Swetz said. Such moves Are intended to ensure the integrity of the police department or government office Kane Page a3 litigation raises questions about attorneys general by John Finnerty Chi news service Harrisburg a Pennsylvania has been Down this Road before. Kathleen Kane this week became the second attorney general to be charged with a crime since voters began electing the states top prosecutor in 1980. Ernie Preate resigned As attorney general when he pleaded guilty to mail fraud in 1995. That Means in the past 35 years two of the five attorneys general elected in Pennsylvania have ended up in court for All the wrong reasons. A of course its very distressing to have the states chief Law enforcer under such a dark Cloud As when several justices on our state supreme court were a said Lynn Marks executive director of pennsylvanians for modern courts. Quot people need to have Faith in the top people in the Justice system. The legislature might want to consider the Best Way that the attorney general should be in an article for therase Page a3 Jameson a behavioural health unit gets reprieve Jameson health systems inpatient behavioural health services has been revived for four More months. In a departure from its May announcement to close portions of Jameson a South Campus by aug. 7, Hospital officials said in a press release Friday that they will Quot extend operation of inpatient services. Through at least dec. 31 of this according to the release the health systems Board of directors approved a plan for an Extension that will allow the Hospital to continue to offer �?o24-hour emergency room crisis management inpatient behavioural health care and partial hospitalization outpatient psychiatric services. Quot health Page a3obituaries Lino Chiaverini 84, new Castle Ralph f. Gibbons sr., too Ellwood City Lary a. O Brien 50, new Castle Homas a. Pisarcik 38, Perrysburg Ohio ack Rao or 78, new Castle Andy sue Zarlingo 51, Edinbur see Page a5 weekend edition new Castle Christian Academy appoints new administrator be Arica Shelenberger news Chad Skolny started his new Job monday As administrator principal of new Castle Christian Academy. By Jessica Shelenberger new Castle news after working in Public education for nearly two decades Chad Skolny has come to believe that the responsibility of educating a child rests not on the state or the local school but on the Parent. The newly appointed administrator of new Castle Christian Academy says this View is biblical a he cites verses in Deuteronomy 6, Luke 6 and Mark 12 As evidence. It was the Power of gods word in his life that Skolny said led him to consider making a change in his career and ultimately to his new Post which he took up monday at the private Christian school on Albert Street. A i came to a crossroad where i had to move away from Public education to something More Christ entered Quot said Skolny who most recently served As a principal of an elementary school in Morgantown. . Quot i had to be the face of a Public school when at the end of the Day i did no to feel it was the right Choice. I be a hypocrite. I had to be True to what i and what he believes is that children Are made in gods image and that parents Are instructed to raise their children to be disciples of Christ. After interviewing for the position at Acca which was held by Marcia Votaw for the eight new Page a3 wow Ninow so Lino co classified c1-d6 a Horoscope c5# puzzles d4 Community b4-b6# comics b3# opinion a4 sports b1-b2 on the trolley Massachusetts Man moves prepares car for restoration by Jessica Shelenberger new Castle news Pittsburgh port authority car no. 1734, stored for 20 years at the Bruce amp Merrilees warehouse on Cass Street was Back on the Road Friday. New Castle has been Home to the former trolley car since 1995, but it was moved to Ellwood City for an overhaul. A presidents conference committee Streetcar design it was one of 666 cars built in 1948 by the St. Louis car co., with electrical parts from Westinghouse in Pittsburgh. The car which can carry 40 passengers serviced Pittsburgh for about 40 years and logged More than i million Miles. It was taken out of service in 1988. The trolley car belongs to or. Stephen Kuznetsov of Marlborough mass., who was the owner of the former Power superconductor application corporation which was located in the Bruce Commerce Park. A a in be just always loved old trolleys Quot Kuznetsov said Friday morning standing beside the White and yellow car that was resting on wooden blocks inside the warehouse. Quot i grew up in the East end of Pittsburgh and so i used to ride them All the Jessica Shelenberger news above Steve Kuznetsov right works to Jack up the trolley in order to be loaded onto a tractor trailer Friday morning. The trolley was moved to Hall industries in Ellwood City where it will be restored. Top Pittsburgh port authority car no. 1734 has been out of commission since 1988, time up and Down Forbes and in the rail Industry Kuznetsov location restored and donated fifth has owned several of these cars to trolley museums in Colorado an electrical Engineer whose he had two others which were an it Iowa. Career has kept him involved previously stored in the same trolley Page a3 we can help. Call or email us. A amp a insurance group 713 Wilmington Avenue a new Castle a 161 of 724 658-7713 a a Juda Hui a a it u. Up Ltd a to All to it a i i wok Cio i. Mph i. , t harm. Fri insurance insurance ?

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