NEW BETHLEHEM — Young people from the New Bethlehem area rolled smoothly, fell down or hung out with friends at the Redbank Valley Municipal Park’s skating rink last Friday night. A mainstay of the area park for more than 70 years, it has provided active entertainment for generations of area…

OSCEOLA MILLS — At the age of 93, Francis “Budd” Hollis of Osceola Mills has plenty of stories to tell. Many of those stories includes his time serving our country during World War II, with much of his time from 1944 to 1946 spent on the island of Tinian – just north of Guam – in the south P…

Harlan Krumholz, professor of cardiology at the Yale School of Medicine, says that in the past, if doctors at hospitals didn’t help primary care doctors follow up with patients who are discharged, or messed up the drug treatment so patients had to go back to the hospital, the hospital doctors were actually rewarded.

DuBOIS — A preliminary hearing involving a man who allegedly made threats to Martin’s Foods’ employees when he was seeking to fill prescriptions was continued Friday before District Judge Patrick Ford of DuBois.

DuBOIS — District Judge Patrick N. Ford of DuBois presided over preliminary hearings and other proceedings Friday.

DuBOIS — Kari L. Housler, 31, 143 S. Park St., Sykesville, has been charged by Sandy Township Police with retail theft, a felony count in the third degree. The charge, filed Nov. 6, is the res…

CLEARFIELD — Accused drug dealer Kayla N. Rauch, 31, of Clearfield, waived her right to a preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge Michael Morris Wednesday at Centralized Court he…

DuBOIS — Turning over Brookville six times, the Brockway Rovers marched into the District 9 Class AA Championship game with a 38-18 win on a frigid Saturday night at E.J. Mansell Stadium.

BRADFORD — Smethport used its potent ground attack to run past Curwensville, 28-0, Friday night at Bradford’s Parkway Field to reach its first District 9 Class A title game since winning the c…

BROCKWAY — Injuries are a part of football and no coach wants to see a player get hurt, especially a key player. Unfortunately, such an injury happened as Clarion-Limestone saw their season co…

PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Clarion volleyball team was unable to take advantage of a set point in the third set as they fell 20-25, 25-22, 27-25, 25-17 to Northern Cambria in the District 9 Class A qu…

Victor’s Mark Syverud was diagnosed with Parkinson’s 18 years ago but it wasn’t until just recently he realized he was experiencing a new symptom of the progressive neurological disease - his voice was starting to fade.

Mass shootings have been an unfortunately common occurrence in the U.S. for some time now - media outlets report new tragedies on what seems like a weekly basis. But with every new case, many still look to the past for reference, the massacre at Columbine High School being one of the most frequently cited. The insurmountable emotions of these situations can be cause to create more anger, more hatred and more violence; it’s a vicious cycle with seemingly few solutions. But even the people directly affected by these tragedies have the ability to overcome and create an opposite reaction. One spurred on by hope and kindness.

As the wintry atmosphere has settled outside and the heat gets cranked up indoors, the dry air can wreak havoc on the body — particularly your eyes. Your sight is an especially important sense; it’s important during these cold months to keep up on the health of your vision. If you’ve noticed that your eyes seem redder than usual, you have blurred sight or watery eyes, or you have a hard time making tears, the culprit could be something a bit more serious than the dreary outdoors.

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) — Prosecutors will consider if charges are appropriate for a white man and his 14-year-old son who were caught on camera dumping bloody deer carcasses on the hoods of cars owned by Somali-American men in Minnesota.

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…

NORRIDGEWOCK, Maine — Could towns like this, a tiny crossroads of fewer than 1,300 households — now draped in brilliant autumn foliage colors, by Election Day perhaps resting quietly under a gentle dusting of snow — decide whether Democrats or Republicans rule the House? Or whether subpoena-…