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July 6, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Hiring outlook improves, but still weak

WASHINGTON (AP) — The outlook for the U.S. job market brightened a little Thursday after the... More...

Top of th' Morning

Work will begin Tuesday on a bridge replacement in Broad Top... More...

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Local

Regional briefs

Anniversary of Quecreek rescue   SIPESVILLE — Former Gov. Mark Schweiker will be among... More...

Police

A New Paris man was cited for underage drinking early Thursday. Treynton Lee Yingling, 19, was... More...

Comics

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World

Historians claim new Caravaggios found

ROME (AP) — Two Italian art historians claim to have discovered as many as 100 works, most of... More...

UPMC trains young babysitters

From age-appropriate games and activities, to hand hygiene, good nutrition, and what to do in an... More...

Nuclear energy back online in Japan

TOKYO (AP) — Nuclear power returned to Japan’s energy mix for the first time in two... More...

Local Sports

2012 Bedford Gazette Boys Tennis All-Stars

For the first time in recent years, former state champion Peter Riley was not associated with... More...

2012 Bedford Gazette Boys Tennis All-Stars

First Team... More...

Claysburg tops Portage, 21-11

CLAYSBURG — A wild 21- 11 victory over Portage finished off a 19-win regular season for the... More...

Charges filed in crash that killed boy

Charges have been filed against a Bedford man involved in a two-vehicle crash that killed a... More...

Hopewell wreck kills cyclist

A Broad Top Township man was killed in a motorcycle crash early Tuesday morning in Hopewell. ... More...

Food stamps, subsidy cuts in bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Agriculture Committee on Thursday unveiled its approach for a... More...

Law office ex-secretary sentenced

A law office secretary charged with embezzling thousands of dollars from her employer over a nearly... More...

Obituaries

Larry F. Stabnau - 2018-01-20
Stephen L. Unger - 2018-01-19
Obituary Correction - 2018-01-19
Margaret G. Baker - 2018-01-18
Belva Mae Logeston - 2018-01-18
George E. Hutzell - 2018-01-18
Mabel Baker Jordan - 2018-01-17
Kenneth W. Watkins - 2018-01-17
Kurt W. Moorhead - 2018-01-17
Eva Mae Strenski - 2018-01-16
Obituary correction - 2018-01-16
Ronald E. Fochtman - 2018-01-15
Donna E. Snyder - 2018-01-15
Patricia R. Wilson - 2018-01-15
Lois C. Miller - 2018-01-15
Marcia E. Thompson - 2018-01-15
Clifford J. Simmons - 2018-01-15
Wayne L. Thompson - 2018-01-15
Audrey L. Stavola - 2018-01-13
Hortense E. Keays - 2018-01-13
Margaret M. Maslanik - 2018-01-13
Audrey L. Stavola - 2018-01-12
Merle Abe Barton - 2018-01-11
Jennifer Sue Kania - 2018-01-11
Sean Thomas Reilly - 2018-01-11
Ray Vincent Chathams - 2018-01-11
E. Irene Duppstadt - 2018-01-11
Eleanor W. Shambach - 2018-01-11
Ashley Sue Adolphson - 2018-01-10
Madelyn Oldham - 2018-01-10
Ruth Mary Gladfelter - 2018-01-10
Catherine June Simmons - 2018-01-10
Tom Bowser - 2018-01-09
Janyth Kay Thomas - 2018-01-09
Terrence D. Hann - 2018-01-09
Betty Jane Hess - 2018-01-09
Christopher V. Brockey - 2018-01-08
Catherine E. Matulnes - 2018-01-08
David Mark Becker - 2018-01-06
Dorlin Waldo Hay - 2018-01-06
Rodney L. Hasting - 2018-01-05
Robert A. Berger - 2018-01-04
Shirley J. Kensinger - 2018-01-04
Gregory G. Weyant - 2018-01-04
Linda D. Kurtz - 2018-01-03
Stephen L. Unger - 2018-01-03
Elvin F. Marshall - 2018-01-03
Erma L. Bulger - 2018-01-02
James Alan Feather - 2018-01-02
Robin Feathers - 2018-01-02

Regional Classifieds
  • FOR RENT- Near Bedford ground level apartment with handicapped shower. Includes heat, electric, water, garbage, sewage, AC. Small pets permitted Call 814-977-1694 or 814-977-5155
  • 748 Notice Napier Township Supervisors 2018 Scheduled Meetings will be held at 4:00 PM, Municipal Building as follows: Monday - February 5 Monday - March 5 Monday - April 2 Monday - May 7 Monday - June 4 Monday - July 2 Monday - August 6 Monday - September 10 Monday - October 1 Monday - November 5 Monday - December 3 Napier Twp Supervisors Lesley Kennedy, Sec-Treas
  • Cove Creek Salvage ¥ Buyers of all types of scrap metals ¥ Now offering Container Service ¥ Cash paid for late model wrecked cars & trucks ¥ Removal of junk vehicles available 814-847-0026
  • GINGERICH CONCRETE & MASONRY ÒWe do complete basements' ¥Driveways ¥Patios ¥Floors ¥Sidewalks ¥Garage Found. Decorative Concrete Stamping Residential & Commercial Over 26 years Experience We accept all major credit cards! Free Estimates PA060565 814-623-7485
  • Beef for sale (1/4 or 1/2 beef portions available) $3.10/lb cut and wrapped. Special processing add'l cost. Call (814) 423-1377.
  • Cleaning Staff needed for local area Gym. Approximately 3 days a week. Pay to discuss. Apply in person at Procare Fitness in Bedford. PLEASE NO CALLS!
  • BEARD TREE SERVICE Trimming, Removal & Clean-Up Stump Grinding ¥Fully Insured ¥Free Estimates (814)494-3031 If no answer please leave message
  • Janitorial service hiring someone to clean offices in Bedford Area. Includes, collecting trash, dusting, restrooms, sweeping, vacuuming and mopping. You will be trained. It is Monday through Friday. You must have a vehicle and pass a background check. Please call (814) 639-0273 or e-mail (info@nittanycleaning.net) to set an interview.
  • Saxton Treasure - Emporium - Crafts, Antiques & Furnishings Vendor spaces available! Winter Hours: Tue-Sat: 10-4; Sunday 12-3 Closed Monday 800 Main Street, Saxton, PA (814)635-2152
  • 2 Mobile Homes for rent in the Everett Area. References and Security Deposit Required. These are both no smoking and no pet homes. Applications can be picked up at Gary's Homes.

State/National

San Diego: Flash, bang, done!

SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Fourth of July fireworks show went off with a bang over San Diego... More...

Another view of fireworks

While many were up close in Fort Bedford Park for Wednesday night’s fireworks, this was the... More...

Scranton can’t pay its workers

SCRANTON, Pa. ( AP) — Officials in Pennsylvania’s sixth-largest city said Thursday that... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Higgs boson fun begins

Somewhat to the regret of his fellow scientists, a physicist dubbed a subatomic particle that once... More...

America’s political center

You see few authentic political shockers anymore, and when Supreme Court Justice John Roberts sided... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates sweep Astros

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jeff Karstens scattered four hits over eight innings and the surging... More...

Serena moves on to women’s final

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Serena Williams wins with so much more than serving, of... More...

Wright’s hit in ninth lifts Mets past Phils

NEW YORK (AP) — David Wright singled off Jonathan Papelbon with two outs in the bottom of the... More...

Worship

Solid Rock hosts Carnival for Christ

SECOND Annual Carnival for Christ will be hosted by Solid Rock Christian Fellowship from 6 to 8:30... More...

Time Ministries Church moves

Time Ministries Church is moving into a new building located on 5202 Business Route 220,... More...

Bethel Park Camp hosts 107th meeting

The Bethel Park Holiness Camp will be holding its 107th Camp Meeting July 11-22. The camp is... More...