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March 26, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Afghans: U.S. paid $50K per shooting spree victim

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) — The... More...

Top of th' Morning

The county commissioners won’t meet Tuesday. The board of commissioners will be at the County... More...

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Local

Everett Bulletin Board

SPRING cleaning day will be hosted by the Bloody Run Historical Society at the Everett Railroad... More...

Hopes flow for canal restoration

NEW HOPE, Pa. (AP) — A group of New Hope residents is hoping that water will again flow in... More...

Police

Tires were dumped on a property in Southampton Township. Between March 14 and 20, a 58-year-old man... More...

World

Cameron goes to deepest deep

HONOLULU (AP) — Hollywood icon James Cameron has made it to Earth’s deepest... More...

Local Sports

Area all-star basketball games start tonight

There will be two all-star basketball games in the area that will be featuring local talent this... More...

2011-12 District 5 Athletic Director All-Star Rosters

East Girls... More...

Five local wrestlers place, two earn state titles at Pa. Junior Wrestling

HERSHEY — Five Bedford County wrestlers came home with Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling medals... More...

Vital Statistics

UConn women too much for Penn State, 77-59

KINGSTON, R. I. ( AP) — Penn State coach Coquese Washington hopes her team will learn from... More...

Rizzo wins, Roberts loses as Pa. falls to USA in Dapper Dan

PITTSBURGH — USA won 10 of the 13 bouts to roll past Pennsylvania in the Dapper Dan Wrestling... More...

Health law fight reaches high court

WASHINGTON (AP) — The monumental fight over a health care law that touches all Americans and... More...

House GOP budget plan heats up campaign

WASHINGTON (AP) — The new debtslashing budget plan pushed by House Republicans heated up as a... More...

He reached bottom

This February file photo provided by National Geographic, shows explorer and filmmaker James... More...

Obituaries

Gerald F. Grasser - 2016-07-23
Almeda V. Korns - 2016-07-23
Kenneth Clair Machtley - 2016-07-22
Annetta Faith Snyder - 2016-07-22
Warren Stufft - 2016-07-22
Kenneth C. Machtley - 2016-07-21
Gerald F. Shaw - 2016-07-20
W. Clifford Elder - 2016-07-19
Reo M. Hechler - 2016-07-16
Charles D. Mentzer - 2016-07-16
Romaine M. Bingham - 2016-07-15
James T. Miller - 2016-07-15
Wanetia L. Hughes - 2016-07-15
John R. Colyer - 2016-07-14
James T. Miller - 2016-07-14
Marvin A. Weicht - 2016-07-14
Keith A. Stuart - 2016-07-14
Ruth E. Eichelberger - 2016-07-13
M. Larue Keibler - 2016-07-13
Joseph A. Imler Sr. - 2016-07-13
Kevin D. Clark - 2016-07-13
Laura S. Smith - 2016-07-13
Bertha Eichelberger - 2016-07-12
Glenn A. Layton - 2016-07-12
Leota Amelia Fink - 2016-07-12
Gary V. Wentz - 2016-07-12
Ella E. Snyder - 2016-07-12
William H. Schaeffer - 2016-07-11
Miriam J. Moore - 2016-07-11
M. Larue Keibler - 2016-07-11
Robert L. Frazier - 2016-07-09
Sandra L. McConahy - 2016-07-09
Dale Sherman Grimes - 2016-07-08
Roland Stover Keller - 2016-07-07
Jennie M. Fronckowiak - 2016-07-06
Randy Eugene Garlick - 2016-07-06
Ada V. Simpkins - 2016-07-06
Leo R. Mazman - 2016-07-05
Marjorie A. Shaffer - 2016-07-05
Paul Lynn Wible - 2016-07-05

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  • 264A NOTICE OF HEARING ON AMENDMENT TO SUBDIVISION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE AND NOTICE OF ORDINANCE Notice is hereby given by the Board of Supervisors of the Township of South Woodbury (the ÒTownship') that at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 shortly after the commencement of the regularly scheduled meeting of the South Woodbury Township Board of Supervisors, to be held at the Municipal Building, located at 125 North Road, New Enterprise, PA 16664, said Board will hold a public hearing to obtain input, information and comments from the public regarding a proposed amendment to the Township's Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance ('SALDO'). Following said hearing, and during the regular meeting of said Board, said Board will consider whether to adopt, and actually may adopt, at said meeting, the following Ordinance: Ordinance No. 2016-02, an Ordinance of the Township of South Woodbury, amending the Township's current Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (Ordinance No. 2015-01, relating to subdivision and land development within the Township of South Woodbury), by making the following amendment: Section 403.1. A. (pertaining, generally to notes and data that are to be included in preliminary plans) is hereby amended by deleting the following sentence from the end of sub-subsection 7: If on-lot groundwater is proposed to be used, a hydrogeological analysis including data on the source and supply must be submitted. Additionally, Ordinance No. 2016-02 affirms all other parts of Ordinance No. 2015.01, and establishes an effective date. The full text of said Ordinance is available for review at the office of the Township Secretary located at 125 North Road, New Enterprise, PA 16664, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Mon.-Wed., and Fri. If you are a handicapped person who would need assistance at said meeting or in obtaining a copy of said Ordinance, please contact the Township Secretary in person or by calling (814)766-2900. SOUTH WOODBURY TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS GENEVIEVE ZEBROSKI, SECRETARY 125 North Road New Enterprise, PA 16664 W. LEE OSWALT, III, ESQ. TOWNSHIP SOLICITOR 414 N. Logan Boulevard Altoona, PA 16602
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State/National

Man climbs NY Times tower for newspaper copy

NEW YORK (AP) — A man described by police as emotionally disturbed is being evaluated after... More...

Chimp victim sues, says gov. knew danger

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut woman who was mauled and severely injured by an... More...

Key question in Penn State case: Who is Victim 2?

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The case is highly emotional, with accusations delving deep back in... More...

Editorial

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Wasted dollars

The Obama administration’s desire to stay engaged in the Middle East can sometimes take it... More...

Budget make-believe

The annual budget of the United States used to be a big deal, back before whichever party... More...

State/National Sports

NFL looking at several rule changes

PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Instant replay and injured reserve — the NFL’s IRs... More...

Penguins bounce back from loss, beat Devils 5-2

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Sidney Crosby scored in his second straight game and added an assist to... More...

KU, UK join Louisville and Ohio St. in Final Four

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Tyshawn Taylor broke out of his slump in a big way, scoring 22 points and... More...

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