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Date: July 2, 2015

  • Widow of Lt. Eric Eslary to file lawsuit against driver, others
  • Wolf, GOP lawmakers make plans to resume talks after veto
  • Ageless Aviation aims to create lasting memories for seniors
  • Shawley, Latrobe Legion shut out KV, move into second in district standings
  • Derry Legion wins second straight, holds one-game lead for final playoff spot in district



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Widow of Lt. Eric Eslary to file lawsuit against driver, others
Attorneys for Mary Beth Eslary, the widow of Ligonier Township Police Lt. Eric Eslary, have filed formal notice that she will lodge a wrongful death lawsuit related to the wrong-way crash that killed the beloved officer nearly two months ago.

According to Trib Total Media, Mary Beth Eslary’s lawyers filed the notice in the Westmoreland County Court of Common Pleas indicating that she plans to sue driver Clair Fink III, 32, of Ligonier; his employer, Westmoreland Pools and Spas Inc. of North Huntingdon Township, and the Beehive Showbar located on Route 22 in Salem Township.
 

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Wolf, GOP lawmakers make plans to resume talks after veto
By MARK SCOLFORO and PETER JACKSON
Associated Press

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and legislative leaders agreed Wednesday to restart budget talks after Wolf vetoed a Republican-crafted spending plan that every Democrat legislator voted against.

As the state began the new fiscal year without even a partial budget in place, both sides said discussions would begin Monday in hope of bridging the vast gap between Wolf’s plan, which would raise taxes and substantially increase education funding, and the GOP plan that had no new taxes and much more modest school spending.

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Ageless Aviation aims to create lasting memories for seniors
By Sean Meyers
Bulletin Staff Writer

Several western Pennsylvania seniors had the chance to experience the flight of a lifetime on Wednesday, courtesy of the Ageless Aviation Dream Foundations (AADF).

The senior living facility Brookdale Latrobe, formerly known as Emeritus Senior Living Latrobe, offered a pair of local veterans the opportunity to take the flight.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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