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July 19, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Rebel bombing strikes heart of Syrian regime

BEIRUT (AP) — Rebels penetrated the heart of Syria’s power elite Wednesday, detonating... More...

Lisa Cairo to head Children and Youth

Empowering families and encouraging parents to make good choices for their children are two of the... More...

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Local

Central court

The following defendants waived a preliminary hearing on criminal charges Wednesday, July 18, in... More...

Police

An oil tank was taken from South Woodbury Township. State police are investigating the theft of a... More...

Entertainment

EVERETT Railroad Museum, located along Fifth Street in Everett, is open to tour every Saturday in... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Who’s on first?

I f the European debt crisis worsens — or worse yet, spreads here — the United States... More...

Taxing campaign

When you are campaigning against a famously rich guy from Massachusetts, especially a... More...

States block some welfare purchases

BOSTON (AP) — Taking aim at what they call an abuse of the taxpayers’ money, a growing... More...

ACLU: 1 million Pa. voters lack valid photo ID

HARRISBURG,... More...

Israel vows bus bomb retaliation

SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) — Israel vowed Wednesday to strike back at Iran, blaming the Islamic... More...

Top of th' Morning

A team of cyclists will be riding into Breezewood... More...

Obituaries

Donna B. Hillegass - 2017-11-20
David H. James - 2017-11-20
Robert A. Bennett - 2017-11-18
Clarence A. Gohn - 2017-11-18
Lloyd B. Hansen - 2017-11-18
Robert A. Bennett - 2017-11-16
John E. Waugerman - 2017-11-16
Dolores King - 2017-11-15
George William Davis - 2017-11-14
Clara Jane Smeltzer - 2017-11-14
Reba G. Foor - 2017-11-13
Jane W. Gorman - 2017-11-10
Martin M. Territo - 2017-11-10
Robert A. Kerr - 2017-11-10
Jeannine H. Kuffner - 2017-11-10
Harvey F. Thomas - 2017-11-09
Betty L. Walter - 2017-11-08
Harold L. Price - 2017-11-07
Paul E. Wilson - 2017-11-07
Lois Louise Fazenbaker - 2017-11-07
Anna R. Miller - 2017-11-07
James Territo - 2017-11-07
Connie L. Ickes - 2017-11-06
Esther A. Rabenstein - 2017-11-06
Crystal I. Miller - 2017-11-06
Edythe A. Martin - 2017-11-06
John D. Kane - 2017-11-02
Helen G. Telmanik - 2017-11-02
Funeral Services - 2017-11-02
Steven P. Bollman - 2017-11-01

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State/National

CMU-created headlights avoid glare

PITTSBURGH (AP) — What driver hasn’t experienced this danger? Nighttime in a downpour... More...

Technology is hot, literally

STROUDSBURG, Pa. (AP) — If you’re like us, you’ve wondered why manufacturers tell... More...

Some Pa. records fall in heat wave

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Sizzling weather has sent some records falling in eastern Pennsylvania... More...

Local Sports

Springs’ junior golf is thriving

The Junior Golf Program at the Omni Bedford Springs Resort & Spa is an initiative concentrating... More...

Physicals

Chestnut Ridge student athletes entering grades 7–12 must obtain a pre-participation sports... More...

Bulletin Board

Chestnut Ridge High School in conjunction with the CR Touchdown Club will be hosting the 5th Annual... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates play longball to beat Rockies

DENVER (AP) — Clint Hurdle remained calm as his ace was roughed up in hitterfriendly Coors... More...

Olympic coverage going online

The Olympics are the most polarizing of major athletic events, with many avid sports fans... More...

Pitt paying millions to leave Big East early

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Pittsburgh’s bitter breakup with the Big East finally has an... More...