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March 28, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

White House looks to bounce back after health bill loss

WASHINGTON (AP) — Regrouping after a rocky few weeks, the White House declared Monday that... More...

Special Sections

Local

UPMC Bedford to host health fair April 8

UPMC Bedford Memorial Community Health and Wellness Fair will be held from 7 to 11 a.m. April 8 on... More...

Rotary to host Lobsterfest

Bedford Rotary Club will host the Lobsterfest and spring drawing at 6 p.m. May 19 at the Bedford... More...

Bedford man pleads in sex assault case

A Bedford man pleaded guilty in Bedford County Court of Common Pleas on Friday to sexually... More...

Editorial

Budget needs prudence

Guest editorial

The implications of the most recent transfer of presidential power have been even more murky than... More...

Different Strokes —

Cartoon commentary
Full Story

Gorsuch knows key legal limits

Commentary

We don't hire umpires because we expect them to help a particular team win. We hire them to make... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates hoping to put drama behind them in 2017

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Considering the way the last six months have gone for the Pittsburgh... More...

UConn, South Carolina women finish Final Four

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — Napheesa Collier scored 28 points, Gabby Williams had 25 and UConn... More...

NFL owners approve Raiders’ move to Las Vegas

PHOENIX (AP) — Invoking his father Al’s name, and copying what the Hall of Fame owner... More...

Director: LIHEAP cut may put clients ‘at risk’

Proposed Trump budget would eliminate federal program

The proposed federal elimination of a Low-Income Home Energy Program could cause some residents to... More...

Fireworks maker pays fine

In this Jan. 1, 2000, file photo, a fireworks display presented by Zambelli Internationale... More...

The Countryside Animal Sanctuary is holding its annual Easter Egg Hunt 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

Uber resumes program after brief suspension

NEW YORK (AP) — Uber says it is resuming its self-driving car program in Arizona and... More...

Family sues town to demolish house after creepy letters

WESTFIELD, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey family that wants to demolish their home after they claim... More...

Manufacturer: Drones should transmit identifier

WASHINGTON (AP) — The world’s largest manufacturer of civilian drones is proposing that... More...

Local Sports

East squads victorious in D-5 All-Star Games

The best of the best of District 5 seniors played once more as a team in Monday’s District 5... More...

James Buchanan netters blank Tussey

SAXTON — James Buchanan had sweeps in all five matches to top Tussey Mountain, 5-0, in a boys... More...

Everett’s Mills signs with Pitt-Greensburg

Everett senior Kristen Mills signed a letter of intent to play basketball for The University of... More...

Deed Transfers

Bedford County deeds

Harry R. Rose to Joseph A. Heit, Bedford Twp., $31,000.  Samuel J. Pratt* to Trevin F.... More...