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March 16, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Shell picks Pittsburgh site for refinery

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Shell Oil Co. has chosen a site near Pittsburgh for a major, multibillion... More...

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The state transportation department will conduct an open house for a bridge project in Broad Top... More...

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An Everett man was cited after he was intentionally striking a PennDOT sign. Bradley David Morse,... More...

Sheetz begins construction of new Claysburg store

CLAYSBURG — Construction began last week on a new Sheetz store in Claysburg, about 10 years... More...


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China asks, who next?

Once every 10 years, the inner circle of China’s ruling Communist Party retreats behind... More...

Fall debates lining up

Finally, the end game is almost in sight. ( Not talking about the Final Four.) The topics the two... More...


Church scrapbooking event benefits Little Bison football

SCRAPBOOKING Crop to benefit the Bedford Little Bison football program will be held from 8 a. m. to... More...

Everett levies spring sports admission

EVERETT — With budget deficits looming once again, Everett Area’s school board voted... More...

Eichelberger plugs video at meeting

SIX MILE RUN — A dozen residents of Six Mile Run, Saxton and the Broad Top area gathered for... More...

Bedford, Somerset jail operations compared

Changes that can be implemented to better manage the population at the Bedford County Jail were... More...

Manure workshops next week

Anyone who applies it to land must have plan

Producers who handle manure on their operations can attend two evening workshops next week to learn... More...


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Poll: Corbett’s ratings slumped

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Corbett’s approval rating has slumped in his second... More...

Philly newspapers shedding 40 workers

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Philadelphia’s two largest newspapers will lose 40 more newsroom... More...

Demonstrators protest drilling water use, disrupt commission

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Demonstrators on Thursday disrupted another meeting of the Susquehanna... More...


Taliban break off talks, Karzai: NATO out

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The American campaign in Afghanistan has suffered a double blow:... More...

Local Sports

Somerset slips by Bedford, 3-2

SOMERSET — Bedford dropped a tight 3-2 decision to Somerset in the 2012 boys tennis opener on... More...

Sports Results

THURSDAY, MARCH 15Boys TennisSomerset 3, Bedford 2... More...

Bulletin Board

Kid's Night Out will be hosted by the Bedford football coaching staff and current varsity players... More...

State/National Sports

Crosby, Penguins rip Rangers

NEW YORK (AP) — Sidney Crosby’s return after three months of inactivity didn’t... More...

Penn State starts strong at NCAA’s

ST. LOUIS — Penn State advanced seven wrestlers into today’s quarterfinals at the NCAA... More...

Syracuse survives in its opener

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Reserve forward James Southerland had 15 points and a season-high eight... More...