BROOKVILLE — The Brookville Borough Council has approved the 2019 budget with no tax increase Millage will remain at 16.515 mills, the same as this year.
REYNOLDSVILLE — Jeff Tech (Jefferson County Vocational Technical School) held a brief reorganizational meeting Thursday, where members were both welcomed back and reinstated.
REYNOLDSVILLE — Jeff Tech (Jefferson County-DuBois Area Vocational Technical School) administration and staff members are encouraging and rewarding students for positive behavior.
REYNOLDSVILLE — A team effort by the staff and teachers of Jeff Tech (Jefferson County Vocational Technical School) is offering everyone the opportunity to be a part of the Christmas spirit, with a little school spirit, too.
BROOKVILLE — Re-elected to lead the Brookville Area School Board during 2019 were Don Gill, president, and Fred Park, vice-president. The board held its annual reorganization meeting Monday night.
REYNOLDSVILLE — Jefferson County art club students took their paint brushes to Main Street windows in Reynoldsville last week, putting some holiday cheer on display.
BROOKVILLE — When one walks into C.S.A & Company, located at the corner of Madison and Barnett streets, it is through a doorway into a child’s imagination. The toys, books, puzzles and more that grace the shelves in this small store are the gateway for today’s children to experience the …
BROOKVILLE — Brookville Borough Police Chief Vince Markle and Mayor Richard Beck presented Officer Mark Humes with a plaque at the Nov. 6 council meeting.
FALLS CREEK — Many people pack the Falls Creek Volunteer Fire Department during its Indoor Bear Check Station, eager to see this year’s biggest bear.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — Each year, people in the Punxsutawney community kick off their Thanksgiving day in turkey costumes, running in a local race. It’s more than just gobbles and giggles, though.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — When Lori Ebel of Punxsutawney lost her sister to cancer more than seven years ago, she decided to keep her memory alive and flying by helping others facing the same struggle.
BROOKVILLE — The Summerville Veterans Memorial, erected this past summer, has sparked a new endeavor. Situated on the grounds of the Furlong Funeral Home, it has led to three young boys seeking to make this Christmas season a little brighter for some special veterans.
HARRISBURG) — Area farmers and small businesses can now apply for state grants to undertake pollution prevention, energy efficiency and natural resource protection projects, according to Senator Joe Scarnati (R-25), of Brockway. Read more