REYNOLDSVILLE — Charges including statutory sexual assault were filed against a Brockway man at District Judge David Inzana’s office this week, related to the abuse of children in two separate incidents.The first incident also included child pornography charges.Two cases have been opened aga…
DAYTON — Fans of Christian music will be getting a treat this year at the 140th Dayton Fair, as the Christian rock group Sanctus Real is set to perform at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 16.
BROOKVILLE — The Jefferson County Commissioners recently approved a hotel tax marketing grant application by the Jefferson County Historical Society.
WASHINGTON TWP. — The DuBois Regional Airport was a busy place on Thursday as the Jefferson County Department of Emergency Services held a full-scale hazardous material drill.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania's Department of Health will carry out a text messaging campaign to encourage roughly 254,000 people in the state to follow through and get the second shot of the two-shot COVID-19 vaccine that they never received, officials said Thursday.
WHITE TWP. — A missing 5-year-old Indiana County boy was found dead early Thursday morning after drowning in a nearby swimming pool, state police said.
HARRISBURG — Officials huddled this week to discuss the high prevalence of ticks in Pennsylvania, highlight the numerous diseases that ticks can carry and remind residents of ways they can protect against tick bites.
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PennDOT announced the upcoming resurfacing project on U.S. Route 119 in North Mahoning Township, Indiana County, will begin Friday and continue through fall.
HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday that he is not considering a statewide mask mandate as coronavirus cases surge in Pennsylvania and across the country, while his administration said it is not requiring masks in schools.
BROOKVILLE — Through WPSU Penn State’s State’s Learning at Home grant program from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Brookville Area School District students participating in the summer program received reading and math learning at home using bags with various materials and activities.
BIG RUN — The Big Run War Memorial roof project is finally complete, council president George Bedell announced at the borough’s most recent meeting.The warranty will be issued after the inspection paperwork goes through.Bedell performed the inspection on behalf of borough council throughout …
HARRISBURG — The lawyer for a Republican candidate for Pennsylvania governor said Monday his client apparently did not hit the motorcyclist who was killed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike last week, but rather hit the downed motorcycle in the road.
PINE CREEK TWP. — The Jefferson County Fair has come and gone, leaving quite an impression in its wake. According to Jefferson County Fair Board Treasurer Toni Facchine, the fair drew the largest crowd recorded in 24 years.
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PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Jefferson County commissioners announced at the Jefferson County Development Council breakfast Friday the slate of candidates for the soon- to-be vacant seat held currently by Jack Matson.
PINE CREEK TWP. — It was a beautiful day at the Jefferson County Fair on Friday, with folks coming out early to enjoy the sunshine and the food.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — There was a lot of “polkaing” going on Thursday evening during Music In The Park, as Mikey Dee had everyone hooting and hollering in Barclay Square.
CLOVER TWP. — A 73-year-old Clover Township woman is in jail and facing charges for assaulting her 83-year-old husband with a walking stick multiple times during a domestic incident.
INDIANA — Based on current conditions in Indiana County and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control about fully vaccinated individuals, as of Friday, IUP will remove its requirement for indoor face coverings/masks for fully vaccinated individuals, the school announced Thursday.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Pennsylvania State Police said recently the Department of Labor and Industry is seeing an increase in fraudulent attempts to apply for unemployment benefits using stolen identity information.
BROOKVILLE — Brookville Area School District Superintendent Erich May discussed the state budget regarding education for the coming school year at Monday’s meeting in the Hickory Grove gymnasium.
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BELL TWP. — Despite all the signage and warnings that tractor- trailers cannot drive on Bells Mills-Cloe Road in Bell Township, or make a left turn onto Route 36, another tractor-trailer bottomed out attempting to do exactly that on Monday.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Mat Hog Wrestling Club is holding a corn- hole tournament fundraiser Saturday at Walston Park to help raise money that will assist Punxsutawney area elementary wrestlers.
REYNOLDSVILLE — A Reynoldsville man has been charged with more than 300 counts related to child pornography following an investigation that began over two years ago, according to documents filed at District Judge David Inzana’s office last week.
WARSAW TWP. — A 12-year-old Brookville boy was seriously injured after a two-vehicle crash in which he was driving an ATV at 9:52 a.m. July 6.
COOLSPRING — Just what is a dream? No, I don’t mean the fleeting ones during sleep, but a real vision of doing some- thing very special, both for me and for everyone else to behold.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — If you like a good old- fashioned “block party,” then head over to the First United Methodist Church in Punxsutawney from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — As summer continues to roll along, so does another trip to the links as SS.C.D. Elementary School’s second annual “Fun”raising Scramble will be held in August. Heather Kunselman, SS.C.D. School principal, said that the scramble is going to be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 15, at…
DUBOIS — Final approval was granted Thursday for the renovation and addition to the Physical Fitness, Athletics, and Wellness Center at Penn State DuBois by the Board of Trustees.