BROOKVILLE — The Watershed Journal, a private literary journal based in Brookville, hosted a community reading and toast for the winter 2020 edition.
DuBOIS — The DuBois Area School Board approved soliciting bids for the Wasson Elementary School renovation project Thursday at the board’s special meeting.
REYNOLDSVILLE — The Reynoldsville Pool will open for the summer of 2020, according to Jack Matusky, who, with his wife, Barbara, has been a member of the community’s pool committee for more than 25 years.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — A man held in the Jefferson County Jail on charges of receiving stolen property faces further theft charges following an investigation of an incident in May 2019.
DuBOIS — Treasure Lake Property Owners Association has announced that Amy Dubé has joined the organization as the marketing manager.
ST. MARYS — For many people, the start of 2020 brought efforts to become a healthier, more active person. However, according to several online studies, this time in January is when most typically abandon their New Year’s resolutions altogether.
BROOKVILLE — Local historian David Taylor appeared at the Rebecca M. Arthurs Library Sunday to talk about his new book, which takes a deep look into the history of Brookville.
JOHNSONBURG — Magisterial District Judge James L. Martin presided over several preliminary hearings Jan. 15.
REYNOLDSVILLE — The Reynoldsville Borough Council has announced a new award honoring standout residents of the community beginning this month.
DuBOIS — DuBois resident Kristine Gasbarre, a New York Times best-selling author, believed celebrity interior designer Ginger Curtis' life from a history of heartbreak and illness to her current success — all while managing life as a wife and mother of five — was a story that would resonate …