PHILIPSBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that utility relocation work is scheduled to begin Monday, November 16, along Route 322 near Philipsburg. This relocation work is part of a larger project that will enhance safety by adding a center turning…

HARRISBURG — COVID-19 cases across Pennsylvania continue to rise as the Department of Health reported a total of 2,641, which included 225 cases from previous days and reported toady, additional positive cases on Friday, bringing the statewide total to 205,517.

NEW BETHLEHEM — The origins of the annual New Bethlehem-area pumpkin chunkin’ contest are lost in the mists of time. But even in a year when so many small regional events have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers found a way to bring off the quirky competition.

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Mitchell David Kohler, 33, of Rockton, was sentenced to state prison for assaulting a female at a DuBois residence.

JOHNSONBURG — Magisterial District Judge James Martin presided over several preliminary hearings Nov. 18.

DuBOIS — A 58-year-old DuBois man is facing multiple drug-related charges, according to a criminal complaint filed at the DuBois Magistrate office.

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Magisterial District Judge Jacqueline Mizerock presided over the following preliminary hearings Nov. 17.


NEW BETHLEHEM — After 15 seasons over two different terms, including the past five years, Redbank Valley volleyball coach Matt Darr is resigning.

The Upper Allegheny Valley Soccer League recently announced its 2020 All-Star teams, and the Tri-County Area was once again well represented on the six division squads named — three each on the boys and girls sides.

BROCKWAY — Charging into the District 9 Class AA Championship game unbeaten and high-flying at 7-0, the Brookville Raiders’ season ended with a thud Friday night at Brockway’s Varischetti Field.

So I was scrolling through the social media the other day and I came across an ad from some group or other warning me to avoid voting for Herm Suplizio because he was once seen with Socialist Ed Rendell.