Here's what's trending for September 12.

Pennsylvania police continuing their manhunt for escaped convict Danelo Cavalcante following reports he was spotted miles away from the area authorities had been searching. The escaped killer was reportedly shot at several times by a home owner after allegedly stealing a .22 caliber rifle Monday night. Many residents, including one in Chester County, say they are on high alert as police continue to search for Cavalcante. "We're guarded. We're not in fear because we believe he doesn't want to run into us either. But, we're also going to be prepared if he does encounter us," the man says. The 34 year old Cavalcante has been eluding police since late August after breaking out of Chester County Prison, where he was serving a sentence for killing his ex-girlfriend in 2021.

In a 3-2 vote Monday night, the Upper Mount Bethel Township Board of Supervisors approved the creation of a municipal authority which will oversee proposed sewer and wastewater operations. Monday night's vote came after a lengthy meeting, which included a lot of public comments opposing the project. River Pointe Logistics has presented plans to build a sewage and water treatment plant as part of the River Pointe Commerce Park, which will include 13 warehouse-sized buildings.

Officials at Bethlehem's Liberty High School say they aren't having classes today because of a power outage. Area School District superintendent Jack Silva announced the shut down just after 6 a.m. Tuesday on social media. The district's statement noted a "power outage at the campus" and said students and staff should not report to classes today.

Lafayette College has bought the Lafayette Inn for $2.7 million. The college said in May that it had agreed to buy the 18-room inn, which is a little over a block from the Easton school's campus. Lafayette said earlier that it would continue to operate the property as an inn. The building was constructed 128 years ago.

Drivers in New Jersey will be seeing more "See Something, Say Something" signs. The campaign reminds drivers to be aware of their surroundings when driving on the state's major interstates. New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti says "safety and security are everyone's responsibility." The digital signs will be posted during morning and evening rush hours through February 2024.

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