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October 30, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

W.Va. gets blast of snow

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Two serious situations developed in the county about 9:30 p.m. Monday. West St. Clair Township... More...

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Local

Sports featured at Everett library exhibit

In the height of this football season, the Sponsler family once again contributes the historic... More...

REI cancels Ridge event

An environmental event hosted by REI scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 1 at the Chestnut Ridge High... More...

Hospital auxiliary hosts book sale

A new book sale will be hosted by the UPMC Bedford Memorial Auxiliary from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 1... More...

Editorial

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Sandy clouds election

With only a few days left in the month, the nation got its October Surprise: Hurricane Sandy, a... More...

Legislators’ report card

I t was a sprint to the finish last week as the General Assembly wrapped up its two-year... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers get back in the AFC mix

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger talks constantly about the weapons at his... More...

Penn State to rely on its guard play

STATE COLLEGE,... More...

Eagles bracing for more changes after a bad home defeat against Falcons

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Michael Vick was defeated on the field, and looked beaten on the podium,... More...

Local crews prepared for superstorm

EVERETT — Township and borough crews worked through the day and into the evening Monday to... More...

Week to go: Sandy disrupts presidential campaign

WASHINGTON (AP) — Eight days before the election, President Barack Obama switched from... More...

Photo

A couple braved the wind and the rain for a Monday evening walk along Watson Street in front of... More...

Obituaries

Jeffrey A. Bauman - 2017-08-17
Charles F. DeMoss - 2017-08-17
U. Thomas Langham - 2017-08-17
Henry E. Leppert - 2017-08-16
Mary O. Snider - 2017-08-16
Paul W. Williams - 2017-08-16
Raymond E. Diehl - 2017-08-15
Eva M. Boyer - 2017-08-14
Ann H. Shaffer - 2017-08-12
Elizabeth Mae Stuby - 2017-08-12
Donald C. Lambert - 2017-08-11
Richard W. Heming - 2017-08-10
April T. Ross - 2017-08-10
Betty J. Furmanchick - 2017-08-09
Verna Lucille Ritchey - 2017-08-09
Laurence J. Mateljan - 2017-08-08
Daniel G. Pensyl - 2017-08-08
Ruth V. Dermer - 2017-08-07
Ruth Shuey Risser - 2017-08-07
Mary R. Page - 2017-08-07
Delores R. Thomas - 2017-08-07
Merriam J. Shab Smith - 2017-08-07
Andrew J. Domonkos - 2017-08-05
Steven R. Smith - 2017-08-05
Stanford P. Boyer - 2017-08-04
Betty J. Furmanchick - 2017-08-04
Barry J. Leighty, II - 2017-08-04
Richard Lee Ritchey - 2017-08-03
Obit correction - 2017-08-02
Robin M. Hillegas - 2017-08-01
Lois A. Knisely - 2017-08-01
Harry Max McDannell - 2017-07-31
Lillian M. Pepple - 2017-07-31
Janet M. Morgan - 2017-07-31
Theodore R. Eichler - 2017-07-29

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State/National

Biden cancels stop in Scranton

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The approach of Hurricane Sandy is prompting Vice President Joe Biden... More...

Refineries scale back, oil drops

The biggest refineries in the Northeast shut down or throttled back sharply on Monday as Hurricane... More...

FBI: Crime reported to police fell last year

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of violent crimes reported to police decreased 3.8 percent last... More...

Local Sports

Hurricane wreaks havoc on local playoffs

Inclement weather provided by the effects of Hurricane Sandy, which made landfall early Monday... More...

Sports Results

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 Girls Soccer District 5-A Semifinals at Somerset ( 1)... More...

Sports Schedule

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30 Boys Soccer District 5-A Semifinals (1) Conemaugh Township vs.... More...

Deed Transfers

Deed transfers

Kimberly A. Stroup* to Karen N. Foor, Bedford Twp., $95,000.  Emma M. Runion* to George... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

John and Alyssa (Foor) Golden of Artemas are delighted to announce the birth of a son. Waylon James... More...