DuBOIS — Despite the soggy weather, volunteer workers still showed up Wednesday morning at the site of a Habitat for Humanity build on South Main Street. They continued work on the front of th…

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DuBOIS — Businesses and building owners were updated on initiatives underway at the recent Downtown DuBois Revitalization Group’s Coffee and Commerce event.

BROCKWAY — As the junior class at Brockway Area Junior-Senior High School look toward becoming seniors, they had the chance to give back to the community that helped shape them into young adul…

REYNOLDSVILLE – Last year, Gayle Bowser of Reynoldsville took a tai chi class at The Foundry. Now, she’s coming to the center for another reason – to volunteer.

DuBOIS – DuBois Area United Way Executive Director John “Herm” Suplizio and 2017 campaign co-chairmen Greg Cranmer and John Weible announced Monday that the campaign has reached its $420,000 goal.

BROCKPORT — A Ridgway man has been charged with multiple felony arson accounts after he allegedly set fire to his Horton Township home to cash in on a sizable insurance policy.

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GREENVILLE — Starting the season once again at the Sheetz Kickoff Classic Saturday, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team went 4-1 and got its head coach Dave Klepfer a milestone.

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BROOKVILLE — Running into a buzz-saw in Division II Gannon University recruit Tori Obenrader, the Brookville Lady Raiders basketball team fell short in Saturday night’s Brookville Tip-Off Tour…

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BROOKVILLE — With a hint of postseason intensity, the Brookville Raiders and Brockway Rovers locked up in a grinder of a championship game at the Brookville Tip-Off Tournament Saturday night.

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BROCKWAY — When people think of a borough health officer, they usually picture inspections, condemned buildings, and letters to clean up a messy yard. While this is true, the borough health officer is also there to help improve community life and health.

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Tricounty Rails to Trails is pleased to announce recent major improvements to the Clarion-Little Toby Rail Trail with trailheads in Ridgway, Croyland and Brockway. For many years the board of directors and maintenance volunteers struggled with the ever-growing problem related to the ingrowth…

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DuBOIS — Despite the soggy weather, volunteer workers still showed up Wednesday morning at the site of a Habitat for Humanity build on South Main Street. They continued work on the front of the house, where for the past several weeks they have been assembling a porch.

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DuBOIS — Businesses and building owners were updated on initiatives underway at the recent Downtown DuBois Revitalization Group’s Coffee and Commerce event.

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BROCKWAY — As the junior class at Brockway Area Junior-Senior High School look toward becoming seniors, they had the chance to give back to the community that helped shape them into young adults. Members of Brockway’s junior class spent a windy, cold Saturday in April cleaning up Taylor Memo…

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DuBOIS — U.S. Postal Service employees in DuBois will again try to “Stamp Out Hunger” with their annual food drive to benefit the DuBois Ministerium Food Pantry.

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REYNOLDSVILLE – Last year, Gayle Bowser of Reynoldsville took a tai chi class at The Foundry. Now, she’s coming to the center for another reason – to volunteer.

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DuBOIS – DuBois Area United Way Executive Director John “Herm” Suplizio and 2017 campaign co-chairmen Greg Cranmer and John Weible announced Monday that the campaign has reached its $420,000 goal.

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BROCKWAY – Skin-to-skin contact is very important to form the bond between mother and baby, but infants in the NICU do not get that opportunity.

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DuBOIS — The 23rd Annual Walk MS DuBois was held Sunday afternoon at the Lakeview Lodge & Conference Center in Treasure Lake.

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DuBOIS — The Rumbarger Cemetery Preservation Society has been selected as this year’s Comcast Cares Day recipient. On Saturday morning, April 30, local Comcast NBC Universal employees and their families, friends and community partners will “make change happen” as they volunteer to improve Du…

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CURWENSVILLE — The Allegheny Spay & Neuter Clinic/Animal Welfare Council is holding its annual “Doggone” 5K-10K Run/Fun Walk at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, May 14, at Curwensville Lake.

BROCKWAY — When people think of a borough health officer, they usually picture inspections, condemned buildings, and letters to clean up a messy yard. While this is true, the borough health of… Read more

DuBOIS — Despite the soggy weather, volunteer workers still showed up Wednesday morning at the site of a Habitat for Humanity build on South Main Street. They continued work on the front of th…

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DuBOIS — Businesses and building owners were updated on initiatives underway at the recent Downtown DuBois Revitalization Group’s Coffee and Commerce event.

BROCKWAY — As the junior class at Brockway Area Junior-Senior High School look toward becoming seniors, they had the chance to give back to the community that helped shape them into young adul…

REYNOLDSVILLE – Last year, Gayle Bowser of Reynoldsville took a tai chi class at The Foundry. Now, she’s coming to the center for another reason – to volunteer.

DuBOIS – DuBois Area United Way Executive Director John “Herm” Suplizio and 2017 campaign co-chairmen Greg Cranmer and John Weible announced Monday that the campaign has reached its $420,000 goal.