CLARION — The 4th annual Clarion BBQ Festival, held the weekend between Mother’s Day and Memorial Day in the Clarion Mall parking lot, seemingly had something for everyone and appeared to come off without a hitch.
CLARION – The 4th annual Clarion BBQ Festival, held the weekend between Mother’s Day and Memorial Day in the Clarion Mall parking lot, seemingly had something for everyone and appeared to come off without a hitch.
The DuBois Area School Retirees (DASR) will hold their spring luncheon at noon on June 18 at Christ Lutheran Church in DuBois.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Adoptable cats mingled with yoga practitioners at the Redbank Valley Community Center at a recent Saturday morning event.
CLEARFIELD — Saturday, June 15, is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc., along with other agencies across this Nation, will participate to raise awareness of Elder Abuse. The Agency will be planting Pin Wheels for Prevention at our office at 103 N…
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District Judge Patrick N. Ford of DuBois presided over preliminary hearings and other proceedings on June 14.
A 46-year-old DuBois man has been charged in connection with breaking into a building and breaking things, according to a criminal complaint filed at the office of District Judge Patrick Ford in DuBois.
WEEDVILLE — A Weedville man is confined in the Elk County Jail after he allegedly assaulted and tried to strangle his ex-girlfriend.
ST MARYS — A St. Marys man faces 24 felony counts of child rape and statutory sexual assault stemming from an incidents that allegedly started around eight years ago.
ST. MARYS — Magisterial District Judge Mark Jacob presided over the following preliminary hearings June 11.
STATE COLLEGE — DuBois Central Catholic’s historical season came to an end Friday afternoon as it was defeated 5-0 by Williams Valley in the PIAA Class A championship game at Penn State’s Beard Field.
UNIVERSITY PARK — The true mark of any successful sports program is its staying power at, or near the top, of its given sport.
SLIPPERY ROCK — The Clarion softball team gave two-time defending Class A state champion West Greene all it could handle Friday in the Class A state quarterfinals, but the Lady Pioneers prove to be just a little better in a 5-4 victory at Slippery Rock University.
BROCKWAY — The fourth annual Frank Varischetti All-Star football game will preserve familiar alignments when the game kicks off Friday, June 28, in Brockway.
DuBOIS — After claiming its first District 9 title since 2014, Elk Country Catholic returns to the PIAA state tournament where it will take on WPIAL third place finisher Vincentian Academy in the first round Monday.
On our way to play golf today, Charlie and I couldn’t think of the name of the movie star who had come up in our conversation. We could remember all the movies he was in, all his co-stars, all kinds of odd trivia about his life and times — everything but his name. That’s all right; sometime …
We at Christ the King Manor care deeply for the people we serve in this area. That’s why I am writing to inform our readers that continued Medicaid funding shortages are making it increasingly difficult on nonprofit nursing homes in Pennsylvania.
So my birthday is coming up at the end of this month.
Implementing the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s stormwater rules is challenging and expensive, leaders from Pennsylvania’s boroughs, municipalities, townships and counties told lawmakers this week.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A mural by the artist who painted the official portrait of Michelle Obama is being dedicated in Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Severe storms containing heavy rains and strong winds have spurred flooding in the suburbs of Philadelphia, disrupting travel and damaging some property.