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May 19, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Chilly day for float

The 2014 Float for Charity took place Saturday, and event organizer Chris Weitzel said he believes... More...

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Local

Bow-wows, walkers abound

More than 300 people — most with their dogs — participated in the Bedford County... More...

Police

A Cumberland, Md. couple were charged with harassment following a physical altercation at the... More...

Books & Babbles

Young Adult novels for all ages

When I first started my column a few months ago I wrote an introductory statement explaining what... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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E-cigs and minors

Being large and ponderous, the federal government tends to move slowly but glaring problems can... More...

Campus kangaroo courts

There seems to be a full-court press on to get colleges to “ do something” about rape... More...

State/National Sports

Harrison helps Pirates split with Yankees

NEW YORK (AP) — Diving through the air, fully outstretched, Josh Harrison might have been the... More...

California Chrome wins Preakness; Triple try next

BALTIMORE (AP) — It gets even harder from here on out for California Chrome. He won easily in... More...

McMurray pulls off surprise win in NASCAR All-Star race

CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Jamie McMurray started his day at home with his young son, who vowed to... More...

Wolf’s ads resonated loudly in Pa. primary

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Tom Wolf ’s campaign ad came across as warm and fuzzy but had... More...

Photos

Members of “Team Tildy and Black” walk together Sunday during the Bedford County... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Chestnut Ridge School Board will hold a special voting meeting Tuesday night for tentative... 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

Dragon returns from space station

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The commercial cargo ship Dragon returned to Earth from the... More...

Calif. expects worst season

SAN DIEGO ( AP) — All evacuation orders were lifted Sunday as firefighters gained the upper... More...

Details on the Democrats running for governor

The 2014 Democratic candidates for governor of Pennsylvania, at a glance: NAME: Rob McCord AGE: 55... More...

World

Swiss voters reject minimum wage, fighter jets

GENEVA (AP) — Worried about upsetting Switzerland’s strong economy or driving its high... More...

Flooding in Balkans

BRCKO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — Floodwaters triggered more than 3,000 landslides across the... More...

Local Sports

Lady Lions edge Lady Hornets in 11 innings, 1-0

FISHERTOWN — Both the HOPE for Hyndman and Chestnut Ridge softball teams were hoping to use... More...

Ridge edges Forbes Road; Hyndman swept in twinbill

FISHERTOWN — Chestnut Ridge scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth and another in the... More...

Playoffs for local baseball, softball teams start today

The playoffs begin today for the baseball and softball teams in the Gazette coverage area.... More...