State Police arrested an area man in Smithfield Township, Huntingdon County for failure to comply with Megan’s Law. Police say 61-year-old Rodney Leonard of Huntingdon was charged on August 8th while working as a ride operator on Fairgrounds Road. He was listed as non-compliant with Megan’s Law by failing to report and register with authoirities.
PennDOT encourages motorists traveling to the Little League World Series to plan their trip using travel information available online at www.511PA.com/LLWS. The page, hosted through the department’s traveler information website, monitors real-time traffic conditions on the primary travel routes to the event. Travel times and alerts are provided for Interstate 80 and Route 15, along with connecting routes. The page includes the average travel time, construction, weather forecasts and alerts. PennDOT’s Central Region Traffic Management Center (CRTMC) is also posting real-time travel information on message signs, and transmitting audio messages on highway advisory radio systems to assist travelers. The Little League World Series runs August 15th thru the 25th in Williamsport.
Penn State’s Ag Progress Days provide a glimpse into science and the business of agriculture. The event, which is running now through August 15th, is one of the largest agricultural expos in the East. It features 500 commercial and educational exhibits, guided research tours, family and youth activities, horse exhibitions, workshops, and much more. There also are plenty of food vendors, offering hot sandwiches, lemonade, and ice cream. The event typically attracts as many as 45,000 visitors from across Pennsylvania and beyond. Admission and parking are free at Ag Progress Days at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center at Rock Springs in Centre County.