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October 9, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Sandusky, victims set to speak at sentencing

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Local

Arts coalition launches website

JOHNSTOWN — The Arts Coalition of the Alleghenies has announced the launch of its new... More...

Fundraiser benefits scholars program

Guests who donate $1 at the Bedford Burger King will receive a coupon book and support the Burger... More...

Winners named

Winners of the Claysburg History Test, sponsored by C&S Markets, were Carol Lee Dively of... More...

World

YouTube takes original programming venture abroad

LONDON (AP) — YouTube is extending its original programming initiative into Europe, with at... More...

Nobel in medicine awarded for stem cell, early cloning work

NEW YORK (AP) — Two scientists from different generations won the Nobel Prize in medicine... More...

Local Sports

Snyder, McClain reach D5 final amid weather

Morning delay, afternoon rain pushes title match to this afternoon at Bedford

Mother Nature doesn’t always get the memo for outdoor... More...

Hornets beat Lions, 2-1, in another overtime battle

FISHERTOWN — It’s a safe bet to say the boys soccer squads at HOPE for Hyndman and... More...

Northern Bedford volleyball wins at Claysburg

CLAYSBURG — With Claysburg celebrating a “Pink Out Night” to help combat breast... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

Adam and Traci (Crilly) Osman of Alum Bank welcomed a daughter to their family at 1:25 p.m. Sept.... More...

Everett faces costly drainage fix

EVERETT — A fix for a dilapidated stormwater drainage pipe in the area of First Street and... More...

Bedford hears IU8, committee reports

Bedford Area School Board members heard two reports Monday at their agenda session, and expects... More...

Playground gets boost from UPMC donations

A joint donation from UPMC Bedford and UPMC Health Plan gets People for Parks one step closer to... More...

Top of th' Morning

A free expo for seniors will be held Oct. 11 at The Park at Morrisons Cove Seniors may obtain... More...

Obituaries

Anne Q. Masterson - 2014-12-20
Jeffery Stephen Ott - 2014-12-18
Grace V. Von Stein - 2014-12-18
Martha L. Butler - 2014-12-16
Patricia D. Mueller - 2014-12-16
William K. Nicholas - 2014-12-16
Donald R. Wright - 2014-12-16
Jack B. Weaver - 2014-12-15
Fred J. Perrin - 2014-12-13
Carlene Kay Imes - 2014-12-13
Ruth H. Vaughn - 2014-12-13
Gloria S. Marshall - 2014-12-13
Evelyn R. Garland - 2014-12-11
Sondra G. O'Brien - 2014-12-11
Dale E. Wright - 2014-12-11
Corrections - 2014-12-11
Jon D. Baughman - 2014-12-10
Sarah Evelyn Hann - 2014-12-10
Karen Ruth Mock - 2014-12-10
Rodney D. Ramsey - 2014-12-10
Ethel Edel Wilhelm - 2014-12-10
Eugene S. Roudabush - 2014-12-10
Correction - 2014-12-10
Robert Earl Bowser - 2014-12-09
Charles Alan Cogan - 2014-12-09
June B. Replogle - 2014-12-09
Fern Annie Plessinger - 2014-12-09
Cora L. Wright - 2014-12-09
Robert Earl Bowser - 2014-12-08
Frances W. Growden - 2014-12-08
Eugene L. Kauffman - 2014-12-08
Floyd T. Stiffler - 2014-12-08
William J. Allen Jr. - 2014-12-06
Hugh Emil Muller - 2014-12-06
Melvin Dean Zimmers - 2014-12-06
Clark J. Bowen - 2014-12-05
John E. Bowen Jr. - 2014-12-05
Virginia L. Heckman - 2014-12-04
Daisy Evelyn Amick - 2014-12-03
Dale B. Clapper - 2014-12-03
Clyde Crawford Jr. - 2014-12-03
Jonah S. Kindya - 2014-12-03
Roberta Faye Black - 2014-12-02
James E. Fyfe Jr. - 2014-12-02
Ned Berkheimer Wolfe - 2014-12-02

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State/National

Obama to regroup; Romney confident

WASHINGTON (AP) — As the White House race shows signs of tightening nationally, President... More...

Britain picks up seven International Emmy noms

NEW YORK (AP) — British television productions received a leading seven International Emmy... More...

U.S. panel: China tech giants pose security threat

WASHINGTON (AP) — American companies should avoid sourcing network equipment from... More...

Editorial

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Start toward solution

A new office created to assess the economic viability of proposed legislation has found that bills... More...

Need independent study

Pennsylvania continues to fly blind regarding the public health consequences of large-scale natural... More...

State/National Sports

Polamalu out, Woodley doubtful on Steelers’ short week

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Troy Polamalu’s comeback turned out to be just a cameo, and... More...

Cardinals rout Nationals, 12-4, to even up Division Series

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Three hits and an excruciating loss one day, double-digit runs and a laugher... More...

Reds’ Bailey can follow no-hitter with clincher

CINCINNATI ( AP) — Homer Bailey played catch in the sun-splashed outfield at Great American... More...