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January 26, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

For Sandy’s homeless, lives of anxiety in hotels

TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) — Diane Burstein spends her days sifting through apartment listings and... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Center for Community Action will be conducting a homeless count on Wednesday. The U.S.... More...

Special Sections

Local

Rack ‘em and stack ‘em

They say an expert is anyone more than 50 miles from home carrying a briefcase. Recently I got to... More...

Lodgings needed

The shelter on Lutzville Road is open seven days a week, 1 to 5 p.m. For additional adoption... More...

Snow caps frigid week in state

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Snow spread over most of Pennsylvania on Friday, closing schools... More...

Editorial

Old Photo Album

John E. Amick now lives in Everett, but in 1942, the family lived in Bedford. Pictured here are... More...

Grad rates high note

Educators cite a variety of reasons — from aggressive student-retention programs to the... More...

We need town meetings

President Obama’s Inaugural Address was very disappointing in sidestepping America’s... More...

State/National Sports

After rocky start, Zeigler blossoming for Panthers

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Trey Zeigler thought he had it all figured out. On paper, it looked so... More...

Ladd leads Jets past Penguins

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Andrew Ladd scored the go-ahead goal in the second period and the... More...

Flyers officially bring back veteran

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — The Flyers officially signed right wing Mike Knuble to a one-year... More...

Battle lines drawn over Pa. highways bill

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The battlefield is beginning to take shape for the upcoming push by... More...

Three nabbed on drug charges

The Bedford County Drug Task Force apprehended three persons for dealing drugs last week as part of... More...

Officials briefed on Sandy assistance

The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency... More...

Obituaries

Elsie Grace Creegan - 2016-04-30
Michael L. Kendall - 2016-04-29
Richard P. Replogle - 2016-04-29
Paul G. Eichelberger - 2016-04-28
Aubrey Dale Gates Jr. - 2016-04-28
Gregory K. Shaffer - 2016-04-28
Paul Dean Meshyock - 2016-04-27
Edith L. Miller - 2016-04-27
Earl Wesley Jordan Jr. - 2016-04-26
Melvin L. Korns - 2016-04-26
Timothy D. Lightner - 2016-04-26
James A. Fockler - 2016-04-25
Mary E. Fluke - 2016-04-25
Ray A. Claycomb - 2016-04-23
Dorothy L. Fox - 2016-04-23
Merle Hinson - 2016-04-23
Lori Lynn Kroom - 2016-04-22
Brandi Lynn Soloski - 2016-04-22
Dr. Patricia N. May - 2016-04-21
Connie Barton - 2016-04-21
Audrey (Heidorn) Poet - 2016-04-21
Harry Jones - 2016-04-20
Shelby J. Horn - 2016-04-20
Darin D. Leydig - 2016-04-19
JoAnn Martz - 2016-04-18
Jack M. Bolinger - 2016-04-16
Mary E. Cregger - 2016-04-15
Betty J. Walls - 2016-04-15
Chester E. Findley - 2016-04-15
Richard D. Greenway - 2016-04-14
John William Dunlap - 2016-04-13
Geraldine Adele Hafer - 2016-04-12
Beverly A. Howsare - 2016-04-12
Evelyn Pearl Caro - 2016-04-11
F. Hope Weaver - 2016-04-11

Regional Classifieds
  • 962A PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE SUNSHINE ACT The State Transportation Commission (STC) will hold a quarterly business meeting at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 12, 2016. The meeting will be held in the meeting room at the following location: Bedford Township Supervisors, 1007 Shed Road, Bedford, PA 15522. STC was created by Act 120 of 1970 to evaluate transportation facilities and services, and periodically adopt a Twelve Year Program (TYP) to improve the Commonwealth's transportation system. The Meeting is open to the public to attend. The meeting location is accessible to persons having disabilities. If you need any accommodation due to a disability, please contact the STC Office at (717) 787-2913 at least 24 hours in advance so arrangements can be made.
  • CAREGIVER NEEDED daytime, part-time 12-24 hours per week. Experience is preferred. Snake Spring Twp. area. Phone 814-977-6318 between 9am-5pm.
  • SELL IT FAST - Your home, car or nearly any item will sell quickly with a Gazette Classified ad. Call 623-1151.
  • Laid off? Work from home. Be your own Bo$$! First, call the Federal Trade Commission to find out how to spot work-at-home schemes. 1-877-FTC-HELP. A message from the Bedford Gazette and the FTC.
  • Local Food Service Establishment is seeking a FULL TIME SEASON MANAGER (March thru mid-September) to handle: scheduling, ordering, overseeing daily operations, etc. Must be available all shifts, including evenings, weekends & holidays. Reliable transportation, Serve-Safe Certification plus criminal & background checks required. Hourly rate + potential bonuses. EOE. Send resume w/references to: Box 02031, c/o Bedford Gazette, PO Box 671, Bedford, PA 15522.
  • ROWE VENDING SNACK MACHINE Excellent working condition, has bill changer, coin mechanism and keys. Perfect for office or any public area. Great money maker! Machine is located in Bedford. Must be picked up. $600 OBO phone (814) 977-2528
  • VINTAGE ADVERTISING SIGNS Soda, Gas, Etc. Cash Waiting Phone 814-742-9821
  • THE BEDFORD AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT is advertising for an anticipated vacancy for a secretarial position at the Bedford High School. Interested applicant must have at least three years of secretarial training and/or experience and must be proficient in the use of computers and PC applications. The applicant must also be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively deal with a diverse group of staff and visitors. Additional technology training is desired. All applicants must obtain the following clearances for employment: Child Abuse Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Record Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check. Applicant should send a letter of interest, resume (including additional listing of technology experience), three letters of reference, and required clearances, to: Mr. Kyle Kane, Principal, Bedford High School, 330 East John Street, Bedford, PA 15522, by May 2, 2016.
  • PRESNELL'S HEATING & A.C. NOBODY BEATS OUR QUALITY! Specializing in Oil Heating, Installing; * New American made Oil Boilers * Warm Air Furnaces with Metal Duct Work * Superior Quality Mobile Home Furnaces *Furnace Cleaning & Repairs *Trane Central A.C. and Heat Pumps HONEST PRICES & RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP SINCE 1977! PA #19263 814-839-4278
  • Earn $$$ helping MDs! Process medical claims from home. Call the Federal Trade Commission to find out how to spot medical billing scams. 1-877-FTC-HELP. A message from The Bedford Gazette and the FTC.

State/National

Residents invited to take part in water resource survey

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Pennsylvanians can express their opinions about the state’s... More...

Court says Obama appointments violate constitution

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama violated the Constitution when he bypassed the... More...

Pro-life advocates march in D.C.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Antiabortion demonstrators from around the country marched through... More...

World

US, China oppose N. Korea nuclear test

BEIJING (AP) — Washington and Beijing have agreed that a nuclear test by North Korea would... More...

Local Sports

Locals standing strong at Thomas Tourney

Chestnut Ridge leads team standings; 16 semifinalists from coverage area

Nobody needed to ask Claysburg’s Josh Brown how physical the 113-pound bracket in this... More...

South Fayette showing well in first Thomas Tournament

A look at the top of the team standings to the Thomas Tournament shows three District 5 teams in... More...

— Friday’s results from Thomas Subaru Tournament —

2013 Thomas Subaru Tournament Team Key and Standings CR - Chestnut Ridge, 119.5; SF - South... More...