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A Pennsylvania county is asking residents to come to court.  But seems the notices are a bit late.  They have dates up to ten years ago.  But those in York County aren’t getting off easy.  Officials say there was an error in printing and the people are still being summoned.  They’ll be getting new notices in the mail.

 A truck slammed into Port Matilda’s municipal building late Tuesday night during a borough meeting, moving the structure off its foundation. State Police arrived at the building on South High Street just before 11 p.m. to find 32-year-old Will Bracken was driving the truck and was allegedly under the influence of alcohol. He was subsequently taken into custody. First responders were called to the scene and quickly worked to support the structure. One firefighter told WTAJ the foundation had caved in, shifting the building significantly. Bracken’s truck had a minor fuel leak, and power at the site was turned off to help prevent a fire.

State College Area School District to Make Masks Optional This Monday.

The president of Ukraine is calling Russia a terrorist state. 

 Ukraine has come under increased attack by Russian forces, and despite signs of progress in ongoing negotiations, the situation on the ground is becoming more desperate by the day. A theater where hundreds of people are said to have taken shelter in the besieged city of Mariupol was mostly reduced to rubble yesterday, according to an image shared by its city council. Some people are emerging alive from the theater this morning but it is not yet clear if all those inside the building have survived.

About 30-thousand people in Japan are without power after a magnitude 7.3 earthquake.  

It looks like former President Trump is considering a new running mate, if he tries for the White House again. 

If you’re hunting for a new job right now, the odds are in your favor. Companies across the board are struggling to hire and retain workers. America’s largest retailers, in particular, have been hit hard — prompting massive hiring sprees and unprecedented wage boosts. 

Chris Cuomo files $125 million arbitration, says CNN firing has damaged him ‘in countless ways’:  Former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo filed a $125 million arbitration against the cable news network Wednesday, alleging his firing from the network was unjustified and has “damaged” his professional reputation.The filing, which also names CNN America and Turner Services, states the arbitration’s multimillion-dollar price tag covers Cuomo’s “remaining salary” under his employment agreement, as well as “future wages lost as a result of CNN’s efforts to destroy his reputation.”

Sports

The Penn State softball team (11-11, 0-0 Big Ten) defeated Pitt (11-9, 1-2 ACC) 6-0 at Vartabedian Field in Pittsburgh on Wednesday evening. 

The Big Ten Conference announced Wednesday that Penn State track & field freshman Allison Johnson has been named Big Ten Freshman of the Year.

Sandy Barbour, vice president for Intercollegiate Athletics at Penn State, has announced she will retire from the University this summer.

NBA – The 76ers over Cleveland, 118-114.

The 1st Round Of March Madness Starts Today. The odds of picking the perfect March Madness bracket are 1 in 9.2 quintillion.

Tiger Woods hopes to play in the 2023 Masters. A source tells the magazine, “He’s aiming for the 2023 Masters Tournament. And he has a new goal: to be the oldest winner at the Masters. Jack Nicklaus won when he was 46. Tiger will be 47 next year when he competes, and that’s the newest record he is going for. He’ll stop at nothing to accomplish it.”