ST MARYS — “If addiction kills me, don’t grieve for me, but use me to help others.”
DuBOIS — Penn Highlands Healthcare Chief Operating Officer Mark Norman, at Thursday’s Greater DuBois Chamber of Commerce’s Business Connections luncheon, discussed how PHH DuBois is working to become designated as a Level II Trauma Center for the benefits of patients in the region.
ST. MARYS — A “Cones with Cops” fundraiser held at the Dairy Queen in St. Marys June 12 raised $425.77 for the Elk County Humane Society.
BROOKVILLE — A benefit dinner is being held for Zane Zents of Brookville, who was diagnosed with cancer last June and is currently undergoing extensive and specialized treatment.
DuBOIS — Listed are building and zoning permits for all new single-family and multifamily residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling in Sandy Township for June.
BROCKWAY – The revitalization of Taylor Memorial Park continues, moving away from the courts and playgrounds and heading down Toby Creek.
BROOKVILLE — A unique auction item was donated to the upcoming benefit dinner for Zane Zents that is set to take place on July 30 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.
REYNOLDSVILLE — The Reynoldsville Pool will be hosting a swim and dive camp the first week of August.
Editor’s Note: If you are interested in adopting one of these animals, please check with the shelter or rescue to be sure the animal is still available.
JOHNSONBURG — Magisterial District Judge James Martin presided over preliminary hearings July 21.