BROCKWAY — If the fishing is good along the Little Toby Creek, students from the Brockway Area Junior-Senior High School may be the reason.

BROCKWAY — Brockway Area Elementary School students got a rare opportunity to play in the dirt and let worms wriggle through their fingers Friday as the first of the district’s composters were…

BROOKVILLE — Januaries in the recent memory of Jefferson County residents were likely drier than last month, according to data from the county Department of Emergency Services’ latest Rain Gau…

BROOKVILLE — Two former nursing home aides accused of abusing two residents of Laurelbrooke Landing were sentenced to time in the Jefferson County Jail Wednesday.

DuBOIS — Michael W. Miles, 40, DuBois, has been charged by DuBois City Police with a felony count of possession of a controlled substance, contraband/inmate and a misdemeanor count of intentio…

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DuBOIS — If Thursday night’s Brookville-DuBois Central Catholic volleyball match had been a prize fight, the Lady Cardinals would have been on the verge of a 10-count and a knockout loss.

BROCKWAY — We’re now a month into the high school football season, with that opening four-game stretch setting the stage for some key matchups over the second-half of the year.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration would be required to set new minimum requirements for seats on airplanes under legislation to be considered in the House this week, possibly giving passengers a break from ever-shrinking legroom and cramped quarters.

Jonathan “Jon” Levitt spent the last years of his promising young life battling the grips of a merciless addiction to opioids. Jon was an attractive and athletic young man. He excelled in sports, particularly hockey, was academically successful throughout his high school years, with a particular fondness for history, and was a gifted artist. By all accounts, Jon was the son most people dream of raising.

Flavorings used in e-cigarettes harm blood vessel cells in a way that could trigger future heart damage, according to a study published recently in the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology.

The dilemma is all too familiar: It’s Monday morning, and you walk into your office to see someone has left a big box of donuts in the break room. Then, your coworker tells you there will be cake later, for yet another birthday celebration.

Research shows certain risk factors can increase the chances of developing cancer. Some of these factors, such as tobacco use, can be controlled. Others, like age and family history, are beyond our control, so F.F. Thompson Hospital is now offering cancer genetic testing to empower patients in minimizing risk.