KERSEY — With the inevitable destruction of nearly all ash trees in the area over the next 10 years, the Fox Township supervisors are looking …
JOHNSONBURG — The public is being asked to provide comments to help borough officials make decisions for the future of the Johnsonburg Communi…
By Chris Wechtenhiser
A Raleigh, N.C., family with ties to the DuBois area will be featured on Monday’s episode of HGTV’s “Love It or List It.”
KERSEY — With the inevitable destruction of nearly all ash trees in the area over the next 10 years, the Fox Township supervisors are looking to cash in on timbering the ash still standing on nearly 800 acres of land on Boone Mountain Road.
BROOKVILLE — The DuBois Little League All-Star baseball team beat Brookville, 10-3, Monday evening at Zufall Field in Brookville.
HARRISBURG — Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of seven individuals charged with conspiring to distribute bath salts, a highly addictive synthetic drug, in Elk County and the surrounding areas.
The DuBois Little League All-Star baseball team opened District 10 play with a hard-fought 8-4, 8-inning over Punxsutawney Friday evening at Way Memorial Field.
EMPORIUM — All charges against an Austin woman involved in a vehicle crash before Christmas which killed one pedestrian and seriously injured another have been bound to court.
BROOKVILLE — A night of fun turned into an evening of frustration Saturday at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. The popular power pull truck event draws a large, enthusiastic crowd and Saturday was proving to be on exception but on this night there would be no roaring engines, only the patter of falling rain.
DuBOIS — The DuBois City Council bade farewell to longtime city worker and Street Department Superintendent Steve Swope at its meeting Monday.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — In a county-wide raid Tuesday night 18 alleged drug dealers were arrested. Warrants are outstanding on four other individuals.
RIDGWAY — A portion of a 103-year-old bridge collapsed Thursday afternoon, injuring three workers and shutting down traffic on a major route through Elk County.
WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) — A man convicted of third-degree murder in the 1977 slaying of his pregnant ex-girlfriend deserves a new trial because t…
LEMONT, Pa. (AP) — Residents of a central Pennsylvania town are up in arms over the removal of an almost 300 year old tree.
IRVING, Texas (AP) — Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain has been suspended for the first four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
Today I’m pleased to announce I’ve decided to run for president of the United States. Let’s see, am I candidate number 12 or 13 on the list of folks who want to run? Before you start laughing there is some logic to this decision. Trying to become president is just another example of what it takes to land a job. The interview process is much longer but there are a lot of similarities. (Look for Bill's columns at www.fltimes.com/lifestyle/get_a_job.)
Reynoldsville Borough took delivery of a new backhoe last week. The 22-year-old backhoe was used as a trade-in and was taken away on the flatbed that delivered the new equipment.
The former Pizza Hut building on Liberty Boulevard in DuBois is being torn down. The DuBois City council has already approved a land development plan by Auto Zone for the site. Bryan Ellenberger, of Ellenberger Construction & Demolition, Rockton, operates an excavator Friday as demolition begins on the building, which has sat empty since April 2009. (Video by Paul A. Wilson)
John Stroup receives Citizen of the Year award at the Annual Clarion Chamber of Business and Industry Awards dinner on Saturday, March 14, 2015. The Chamber also awarded the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award and the Volunteer of the Year Award as well as several others. Story can be found in today's Tri-County Sunday (March 15). (Video from Ron Wilshire)
Sandy Stom and Dan Minns, both certified Zumba instructors in the DuBois area, took turns leading a free class today (Saturday) at the DuBois Mall. This is just one of many events taking place there today as part of the American Cancer Society's Community For A Cure event. Relay for Life teams have tables set up with an array of items, along dancing, a fashion show, a cupcake decorating demonstration and Chalk Talk. The event will continue until 6 p.m.