The Mercer County Department of Public Safety has been notified of a phone outage in northern Mercer County that is affecting the Jamestown area. The outage is affecting landline customers only. Cell phone customers can still dial 911 as normal to report emergencies.
Sharon police say they have apprehended the alleged driver involved in a hit-and-run accident involving a child on a bicycle today.
Police are looking for a black Dodge Durango with a Time Warner Cable placard on its side and two ladder racks holding orange ladders.
The print edition of The Herald is now being delivered to area subscribers after a problem at the New Castle printing plant delayed publication early this morning.
The paper was printed in Meadville and circulation employees are doing their best to deliver the paper.
It is available on the digital edition and anyone wishing to access it can go to sharonherald.cnhi.newsmemory.com/?activate=1.
We apologize for any incovenience this may have caused and thank subscribers for their patience.
LeBron James is coming home. “King James” made the announcement that he is returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers in a column through Sports Illustrated.
Following is the link to that column:
A Republican National Committee panel is recommending Cleveland to host the party's 2016 presidential convention.
A Jamestown area man died in a one-vehicle crash Friday in Greene Township.
Sharon police Chief Mike Menster said Thursday that 16-year-old Cheyenne Prusky was found safe in Wheatland.
A body was discovered at about 3 p.m. Wednesday at Tri-County Industries’ landfill in Pine Township, state police said.
Ralph L. Young was found not guilty this afternoon in the gruesome death of his brother-in-law David A. Dignall in December 2012 in French Creek Township. Check later for complete details in both The Herald's online and print editions.
An argument over a cell phone at about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday left a Hermitage man dead and his girlfriend facing a criminal homicide charge.
Which dead president is shown an a $1,000 bill? How about the $500 note?
The thief who stole one of each recently in Sharon knows the answer and police are looking for him or her, Chief Mike Menster said.