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Police: Man Claiming To Be Jesus Crashes Car Into House, Strips Naked

CONNELLSVILLE (KDKA) — Police say a man stripped naked, claimed he was Jesus Christ, and got into a tussle with a state trooper after crashing his car into a home in Fayette County this morning. 272 more words


Connellsville Flood Victims' Lives Starting To Come Back Together

CONNELLSVILLE (KDKA) — It’s been a tough year for about four dozen families in Connellsville, many of whom have lost their homes.

But now at Christmastime, they say their lives are starting to come back together. 316 more words


Police: Drunk Woman Yells 'Merry Christmas' As She Tried To Run Over Decorating Ex

CONNELLSVILLE (KDKA) — A woman in Connellsville is accused of tearing up her ex-boyfriend’s yard with her car and hitting anything in her path, including a pool. 392 more words


Connellsville Comes Together To Give Flood Victims Christmas Decorations

CONNELLSVILLE (KDKA) — For Amber Porterfield and her four children, their Christmas tree and ornaments mean so much this year.

“It’s wonderful that everyone came together to help out and give us a Christmas,” she said. 237 more words


Health Insurance in Connellsville, Greensburg, Irwin, PA

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Jaynes to resign as city treasurer at end of year

​BY TONY SONITA, Connellsville Daily Courier

Connellsville City Treasurer Bruce Jaynes said Wednesday that he will step down at the end of the year.

The announcement came during the city’s budget meeting. 419 more words

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Storms bring high winds, rain

​note: This article was published on October 21,2016

Emergency crews respond to downed wires, trees

BY KAYLIE MOORE, Connellsville Daily Courier

The North Arch and West Apple streets signs were safely delivered to the New Haven Hose Company, after being found in the street near the McCrae Robb Bridge in Connellsville, following a severe thunderstorm Thursday night. 487 more words

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