Archive - Oct 22, 2012
PUNXSUTAWNEY â In one of the most intense regular season volleyball matches of the season, Redbank Valley outlasted Punxsy, 18-16 in the fifth and deciding match. The Lady Chucks held a 2-1 game lead only to see the Lady Bulldogs take the next two for the victory Monday night in Punxsutawney.
Despite unseasonably warm temperatures as of late, the signs that autumn is here are everywhere.
The Mahoning Hills Social Center, located on Route 119 North, recently made apple butter as part of an annual fundraiser.
While they were making the apple butter, Wayne Orr and the other members invited children from Longview Elementary School to come to the center and learn about the process.
The children were also allowed to stir the kettle if they wanted to.
For more information on getting involved with similar activities at the center, call (724) 286-3099.
DUBOIS â DuBois area drivers will encounter night-time paving again this week as work continues on Shaffer Road and Beaver Drive near the DuBois Mall.
Crews will begin base paving Wednesday night, Oct. 24.
Work hours on Beaver Drive and Shaffer Road are 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.
This is finish paving that is part of the overall project aimed at easing congestion and making travel through the area smoother and more efficient.
All work is weather and schedule dependent.
During the night-time paving, drivers will encounter an alternating traffic pattern on Shaffer Road.
BANKS TOWNSHIP â Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police have located a runaway 16-year-old Rossiter female.
Police said Nicole Lynn Weaver ran away from her Hemlock Lake Road, Banks Township, Indiana County residence at 3 p.m. Thursday.
Around 1 p.m. Sunday, Weaver's mother spotted her daughter on Myrtle Avenue in Punxsutawney.
According to police, when Weaver's mother approached her, the teen ran from her mother, saying she was not coming home again.
Police issued a report at 1:23 a.m. Monday saying that Weaver had been located.