PUNXSUTAWNEY — A Punxsutawney couple started a nonprofit organization with the intention of being an addiction support group, and it has turned into a much wider community of support for anyone struggling.
HOUTZDALE — It’s an honor to be able to set foot on the grounds of the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia — home of The Masters. But if all goes well, 16-year-old Alex Leskovansky will not only take that fabled trip down Magnolia Lane to the course, he’ll actually get to play on it.
NEW BETHLEHEM –For eight years, until it’s closing in October of 2008, Joe Belfield worked in the sewing room of the Sealy Corporation’s mattress factory in Clarion. During that stint, Belfield learned how to use the different sewing machines employed in the production of mattresses. This pa…
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…
Sometimes known as childhood Alzheimer’s because of its similar signs and symptoms, Sanfilippo syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that, according to the Team Sanfilippo website, only occurs once in every 70,000 newborns. As a result, many have never heard of the syndrome or know that Monday…
NEW BETHLEHEM — As deer hunters gear up for their big time of the year, one local hunting tradition continues as the annual Big Buck Contest in the Redbank Valley area is back.
CLEARFIELD — Jordan Wilsoncroft, 16, of Clearfield, is starting a local archeology club.
CLARION — Continuing with an ongoing tradition of recognizing an ambassador family for its annual campaign, United Way of Clarion County is marking its 50th anniversary with a multi-generational flare.
HARRISBURG — The Department of Health reported a total of 3,384 additional positive cases on Friday, bringing the statewide total to 223,950.
CLEARFIELD — Clearfield’s Guitarnia is under new ownership. Patricia McConnell of Altoona recently purchased the store located at 126. E. Market St. in May. Since that time, she has been working to spread the word about all the store has to offer.