BROOKVILLE — On March 30, 1920, Gene and Alice Martz, who lived on a farm in Clarion County, welcomed a baby girl into their family. Monday, Helen Faye (Martz) Fleming celebrated her 100th birthday.
BROOKVILLE — The Jefferson County Area Agency on Aging is continuing to provide meals for senior citizens during the coronavirus pandemic.
For Brookville’s Dalynn Park, finishing her sophomore year at Penn State New Kensington is now a waiting game.
BROOKVILLE — As the coronavirus precautions continue to keep Pennsylvania’s schools closed, children in the Brookville schools are continuing to receive nutritious meals.
BROOKVILLE — Legacy Truck Centers in Brookville is feeling the urgency of truckers coming to the facility for maintenance, driven by a need to ship products as quickly as possible with shortages continuing for many stores.
While area residents are being asked to stay home, to use hand sanitizers, and before the current shutdown, to avoid large groups, some people have been following those strictures for several years.
STRATTANVILLE — Clarion-Limestone School District students will benefit from a $20,000 grant the district received last week to help transport food to students during the school closures.
BROOKVILLE — As the administration faces the possibility that school buildings may not reopen this semester, Brookville Area School District is preparing an alternative to classroom instruction.
BROOKVILLE — The Jefferson County Commissioners extended its Declaration of Disaster Emergency for another 30 days.
BROOKVILLE — The Brookville Food Pantry will continue to provide food to its clients as usual but it has made some changes to its operations because of the coronavirus shutting down businesses.