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April 6, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

National Work Zone Safety Week

Motorists reminded to slow down in construction areas

CLAYSBURG — As road construction begins for the season, the Pennsylvania Department of... More...

Special Sections

Local

One big egg for Easter

A chicken owned by Von Kilby (above) of Dutch Corner laid this super extra jumbo egg last Thursday... More...

Woman faces court for motel, home burglaries

EVERETT — A Breezewood woman accused of stealing from a Bedford motel and her mother’s... More...

Police

A Bedford man has been cited for harassment following alleged lewd contact with a Fishertown... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Air indignities

The federal government and the airline industry seem to be in a race to see which one can annoy,... More...

Cities not looking bad

When the GIs came home from World War II, they married, produced the baby boom and moved en masse... More...

State/National Sports

Pens clinch No. 4 seed with 5-2 win over Rangers

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Marc-Andre Fleury made 35 saves to tie the Pittsburgh franchise record for... More...

Pirates can’t hit Halladay, lose to Phillies 1-0 in opener

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Roy Halladay allowed just two hits in eight nearly flawless innings and the... More...

Westwood gets his nose in front at the 2012 Masters

AUGUSTA,... More...

Worship

Area churches plan special Easter services

EASTER music and message will be featured during the 10:30 a.m. service April 8 at the Everett... More...

Fishertown church hosts missions conference April 13-15

The Fishertown United Methodist Churches of Mount Union, Pine Grove, Sloans Hollow and Point will... More...

Making a splash

Bedford Borough Water Authority has been flushing hydrants in Bedford this past week, causing some... More...

Chamber to move offices

The Bedford County of Chamber hopes to be in a new home by June... More...

Top of th' Morning

A bulky waste day for East Providence Township residents will be May 5. Items can be brought to the... More...

Obituaries

Martha Jane Bingham - 2017-03-24
Nellie (Neville) Arcq - 2017-03-23
Verna L. Seifert - 2017-03-23
A. Mary Elder - 2017-03-22
Sharleen Foor Larimer - 2017-03-22
Ronald L. Mock - 2017-03-22
Walter S. Feather - 2017-03-21
Ronald L. Mock - 2017-03-21
Paul Clair Abbott - 2017-03-20
Daniel Boyd Johnson - 2017-03-20
Janet E. Logue - 2017-03-20
Bernice E. Cogan - 2017-03-20
Cathy Lyn Blakey - 2017-03-18
Linda Anne Kurtz - 2017-03-18
Judith A. Innes - 2017-03-17
Charles D. Arnold - 2017-03-16
Lou Ann Hartwiger - 2017-03-16
Colleen Jean Stutzman - 2017-03-16
Joe Berzansky - 2017-03-15
Anne K. Dunkle McGuire - 2017-03-15
Earl C. Moore - 2017-03-13
Doris N. Shaffer - 2017-03-13
Edward Sutton - 2017-03-11
Marilyn B. Grover - 2017-03-11
Carl Leroy Tew - 2017-03-11
Joanna D. Hiles - 2017-03-10
Max L. Stiffler - 2017-03-10
Charles W. Loy - 2017-03-10
John Duane Dollar - 2017-03-09
Blaine E. Diehl - 2017-03-08
Charles Lee Fessler - 2017-03-08
Donna Lou Zimmerman - 2017-03-08
Debra A. Smith - 2017-03-07
Donald L. Messenger - 2017-03-06
Rita M. Nave - 2017-03-06
Philip Gene Replogle - 2017-03-06

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State/National

Young Americans less likely to drive

WASHINGTON (AP) — Driving is becoming so last... More...

Gas, oil try to join lawsuit

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — A coalition of oil and gas industry companies is challenging a group of... More...

New president at Slippery Rock

SLIPPERY ROCK,... More...

World

Navy fires on tsunami ship

OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA ( AP) — The U. S. Coast Guard unleashed cannon fire Thursday at a... More...

U.N. chief warns Syria crisis worse

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Secretary- General Ban Kimoon said Thursday the crisis in Syria is... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg tops Mount Union, stays unbeaten

CLAYSBURG — Ronette Claar ’ s toughness in the pitching circle has paved the way for a... More...

Ridge boys beat Fannett-Metal, CK and NB win too

FISHERTOWN — Chestnut Ridge earned a much-needed victory by beating Fannett- Metal in five... More...

Hope for Hyndman slips past Allegany in tennis, 4-3

HYNDMAN — On a blustery spring day, the Hope for Hyndman Hornets hosted Allegany. As the... More...