DuBOIS — Officials from the City of DuBois implemented an emergency plan Friday to prepare for this weekend’s snowstorm and set up an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) at the city building located at 16 W. Scribner Ave.

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A furnace pipe coming loose triggered a smoky situation and brought multiple emergency units to a home along Route 56 East in Brush Valley Township early today.

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MANILA, Philippines — A proposed law making its way through the Philippine Congress would consider children as young as 9 criminally responsible for their actions, drawing fierce opposition from rights advocates and opponents of President Rodrigo Duterte’s deadly anti-drug campaign.

DuBois City Police have filed drug-related charges against a 21-year-old Summerville man and a 24-year-old Templeton man as a result of an incident which occurred at 1 a.m. on Jan. 12, according to a criminal complaint filed at District Judge Patrick Ford’s office.

District Judge Patrick N. Ford of DuBois presided over preliminary hearings and other proceedings Friday, Jan. 11.

CLEARFIELD — At the second day of a jury trial of two Clearfield County Jail corrections officers charged with assaulting an inmate, the Commonwealth rested its case on Wednesday.

CLEARFIELD — The leader of Hyde Vol. Fire Co. waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday at Centralized Court at the Clearfield County Jail in front of District Judge J. Michael Morris.

DuBOIS — The Penn State DuBois men’s basketball team battled with arguably the best team in the PSUAC from start to finish, but fell short in the end as Penn State Wilkes-Barre came away with a 77-67 victory Friday.

DuBOIS — The Penn State DuBois women’s basketball team used a dominant opening quarter to jump out to a 31-9 lead on its way to a 71-53 victory over Penn State Wilkes-Barre at home Friday.


RIDGWAY — Friday’s highly anticipated rematch between Elk County Catholic and Ridgway lived up the hype, and it was the Crusaders who handled the pressure of the “big-game” moment better in a …

MONDSEE, Austria & DAVOS, Switzerland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 22, 2019--Clean water is precious. That’s the message that BWT — Europe’s leading water technology company — and extreme athlete Ernst Bromeis hope to spread with a spectacular expedition. Starting July 8, the Swiss athlete will…

Should a sprained ankle or chest pains send a person to the emergency room, or is an urgent care center more appropriate? The choice is difficult, to be sure, particularly for someone like me, who travels a lot.

For years, Darcie Buffone, a fourth-grade teacher at Armstrong School District’s Shannock Valley Elementary, struggled with weight. She tried diets and lifestyle changes that, for some, would have generated long-lasting results. Then, in 2015, Buffone learned her inability to lose weight was no fault of her own — it was because her thyroid gland was not functioning properly.

If you want to learn how to swing from your knees or walk a tightwire, then you should try out aerial, or circus, fitness. Circus has seen a resurgence throughout the U.S. in the past several decades; circus schools and companies have been opening everywhere. For example, Aloft, a studio in Chicago, is housed in a former church and has been offering classes for over a decade. While many who train at these schools aspire to be professional circus performers, many other students train as a form of fitness.

COVINGTON, Ky. (AP) — As more videos emerge surrounding an encounter between members of a black religious sect, white high school students and Native American marchers outside the Lincoln Memorial last week, the boys' school was closed Tuesday and a small protest was held outside their diocese.

The Arthurian legend gets a modern and more youthful spin in "The Kid Who Would Be King ," a surprisingly delightful film full of action, heart, a crazy-haired Patrick Stewart (as "old" Merlin) and a few genuinely good gags, and it really couldn't have come at a better time.

Jumping on to Pinterest this weekend, my feed was still filled with Christmas crafts, one of which adorably caught my attention — cute, fluffy, DIY Scandinavian gnomes. These gnomes, with their fuzzy beards and round noses sticking out below floppy felt hats are just too charming to not click on. And, when you consider that these gnomes don’t have to be just for Christmas, I realized that it’s time to look up other winter crafts.

When you’re enjoying yourself at a party with friends, the last thing you want to do is interrupt the fun to make an ice run—especially in the middle of winter. Instead, save on freezer space and keep the cocktails coming with this Vremi tabletop ice maker.

WASHINGTON — A word can be worth a thousand pictures. In the movie “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” the mild word “snip” describes what the camera, demonstrating the eloquence of reticence, does not show in gory detail: Kermit Gosnell’s use of scissors to cut the spin…

WASHINGTON — Until last week it seemed that the Division 1 college basketball industry could produce nothing more risible than its pieties about cherishing the amateurism of the “student-athletes” who generate, but get mere crumbs of, the industry’s billions. Last week, however, a New York j…

WASHINGTON — If Sen. Ben Sasse is right — he has not recently been wrong about anything important — the nation’s most-discussed political problem is entangled with the least-understood public health problem. The political problem is furious partisanship. The public health problem is loneline…