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May 6, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Cause of death released in fatal fire

Pennsylvania State Police released the cause of death Thursday for a woman who was killed at the... More...

Top of th' Morning

WWII Monument Brick orders have reopened for a short... More...

Special Sections

Local

A deer in the globe light fixture

In this May 3 photo provided by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, at... More...

Weather Today

Showers likely. Highs in the upper 50s. North winds 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 70 percent. Friday... More...

Everett woman guilty of sexual abuse of child

A Bedford County jury deliberated for slightly more than an hour before finding an Everett woman... More...

Editorial

Pa. voting barriers

Guest editorial

Congratulations. At least to half of you. Early indications are that a little less than 50 percent... More...

Different Strokes —

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Full Story

Economic growth: It matters

Increased economic growth — domestically, that's the single biggest policy issue in this... More...

State/National Sports

Pens getting contributions up and down the lineup

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The well-traveled defenseman filling in for his team’s most... More...

Garcia pitches Cardinals over Phillies

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jaime Garcia watched in wonder as teammate Brandon Moss launched a moonshot... More...

Wheatcroft, Loupe share lead in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE,... More...

Ministerium holds a National Day of Prayer

CLAYSBURG — The Claysburg/East Freedom Ministerium, a group consisting of several area church... More...

Vehicle ignites in Bedford liquor store parking lot

First responders with the Bedford Fire Department and Bedford Police Department battled a car fire... More...

Breezewood Elementary holds annual science fair

BREEZEWOD — Breezewood Elementary School students competed in the annual science fair April... More...

Obituaries

Cynthia Koontz - 2018-11-17
Louis F. Toke - 2018-11-16
James T. Kalfas - 2018-11-14
Donald Jay Watkins - 2018-11-14
Carl Eugene Deremer - 2018-11-14
Joseph M. Seifert - 2018-11-14
Thelma Louise Hale - 2018-11-14
Laren Henry Rudisill - 2018-11-13
Margaret Irene Snyder - 2018-11-13
Mary Elizabeth Growden - 2018-11-12
Doris V. Shippey - 2018-11-12
Alma R. Mickey - 2018-11-12
Vera C. Gardner - 2018-11-10
Gary J. Grabill - 2018-11-10
Robert (Bob) E. Gordon - 2018-11-09
Margaret Parks - 2018-11-08
Betty Marie Fleegle - 2018-11-07
John H. Keller - 2018-11-07
Julia C. May - 2018-11-07
Betty J. Hasting - 2018-11-06
Walter Thomas Jones - 2018-11-06
Vicky Lynn Smith - 2018-11-06
Ralph J. Bogel - 2018-11-05
Cindy Lou Straley - 2018-11-05
Wilhelmina L. Thompson - 2018-11-05
Allegra F. Morral - 2018-11-03
Mary Magdalene Bussard - 2018-11-03
Daniel Joseph Hyatt - 2018-11-02
Samuel H. Ray - 2018-11-02
Lucille Lucko - 2018-11-01
Myra W. Ritchey - 2018-11-01
Memorial Service - 2018-11-01
Josephine G. Adolphson - 2018-10-31
Robert W. Bechtel - 2018-10-30
Harry W. Foster - 2018-10-30
George Benner Moyle II - 2018-10-29
Obit correction - 2018-10-29

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State/National

NYC set to impose 5-cent charge for plastic bags

NEW YORK (AP) — Every minute of every day, usually without thinking, thousands of New Yorkers... More...

Farm Market

MORRISONS COVE LIVESTOCK AUCTION Martinsburg May 2, 2016

CATTLE: 106.  STEERS: Choice-112.-115.; Good-102.-110.  HEIFERS: Choice-110.-113.;... More...

Insurer: Child told Paterno of Sandusky molestation

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A judge said that insurers in litigation with Penn State claim a boy... More...

Local Sports

Everett baseball topples Tussey Mountain

SAXTON — It was a close game between Tussey Mountain and Everett on Thursday. That is, until... More...

Morral, Eshelman throw one-hitters for locals

SAXTON — Everett’s Kadie Morral pitched a onehitter in her team’s 6-0 victory at... More...

Erie beats Altoona

ERIE — Early solo home runs by Jin-De Jhang and Erich Weiss supplied the only Altoona Curve... More...

Worship

Religion

MT. UNION Church’s preordered anniversary books will be available for pick up on May 12 at... More...

Cove church hosts Talent Night

Trinity United Church of Christ in Friends Cove hosted its annual Talent Night April... More...