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Corbett calls for compromise on transportation bill

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) —... More...

Cottle in bid for House seat

Samuel Cottle, owner of Cottle’s Asphalt Maintenance Inc. in Everett, has announced his... More...

Special Sections


New Buena Vista history discussed

NEW BUENA VISTA — Did you know that descendants of Michael Hillegas, the first treasurer of... More...


RAYSTOWN Art Open, a free event to showcase area artists, will be held Nov. 2, 1 to 6 p.m. at the... More...

Patriots Tea Party to host food drive

The Bedford County Patriots Tea Party group will be sponsoring a food drive during its meeting on... More...

Local Sports

NBC’s Heck captures D5 Cross Country title

Northern’s Sherlock, Ridge’s Bischof also qualify for states as runner-ups

On one of the coldest days of the fall thus far, three Bedford County runners advanced to the PIAA... More...

Sports Results

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23Cross CountryDistrict 5 ChampionshipsJunior HighChestnut Ridge 24, Richland 22... More...

Sports Schedule

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24Girls SoccerDistrict 6-AA Quarterfinals(8) Tyrone at (1) Somerset, 6 p.m.(7)... More...

Health care snags, fix-it efforts detailed

WASHINGTON (AP) — On the defensive, the Obama administration acknowledged Wednesday its... More...

Planning commission seeks to add staff, software

Bedford County Planning Commission Director Don Schwartz presented his budget request for 2014 at... More...

House passes $8.2B water projects bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bucking some of the same conservative groups that encouraged the government... More...

Top of th' Morning

A food drive to benefit the Hopewell and Woodbury food banks will be held at the NBC football game... More...


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Welfare chief rethinks food-stamp asset test

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania’s top welfare official says she is rethinking the... More...

Firm won’t drill for natural gas in Bucks County

FERNDALE, Pa. (AP) — A Michigan-based energy company has given up a six-year battle to drill... More...

Pa. bill would allow bars to profit from gambling

HARRISBURG,... More...


Political Cartoon

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Missile lapses

I n the Cold War years of the 1950s and ‘60s and even into the ‘70s, America’s... More...

Entitlements threaten

A fter the 2008 financial crisis, many people suffered, but some didn’t. There were culpable... More...

State/National Sports

New-look Steelers offensive line coming together

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The names are not the ones Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin penciled... More...

Raiders’ QB Pryor ready to take on Steelers

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — Terrelle Pryor has had plenty of time to rehash the worst start of his... More...

Browns bench Weeden, turn to Campbell as starter

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Jason Campbell didn’t get passed over a second time. He’s all... More...