HOLLIDAYSBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will begin setting up temporary traffic signals Monday as the first work in the replacement of a bridge in Six Mile Run.
Gary Baker places a piece of breaded fish onto a container held by Vicky Barger for a take-out order at Imler Area Volunteer Fire Department Friday. Fish dinners will be served at the fire hall each Friday from 4 until about 6 or 6:30 p.m. The cost is $11 for a meal at the hall and $12 for a…
Sarah Brown of Pavia enjoys her fish dinner at Imler Are Volunteer Fire Department’s hall Friday. The event supports the department’s 50 members, 20 active firefighters and five trucks. Sarah was celebrating her 72nd birthday along with husband, Herbert.
Matt Godissart, Bedford County Library director, poses with the display of 38 photos entered in the third annual Public Photo Contest, sponsored by the Bedford Area Photography Club in conjunction with the library. People are invited to stop by the library to see the photos and vote for a fa…
After helping to lead community and business development efforts in the borough for more than five years, the manager of Downtown Bedford Inc. will be leaving her position at the end of the month.
The Bedford County Correctional Facility is continuing to have trouble maintaining its correctional officers due to comparatively low wages, the county warden said on Thursday.
The Bedford Gazette and Shoppers Guide of Bedford/Blair County welcomed a new account executive and announced promotions in three departments Thursday.
The Everett Lions Club invites any civic or social organization to host a presentation and see the prototype of the Medal of Honor statue that features World War II recipient Sgt. Ellis Weicht and Vietnam recipient Sgt. Robert Hartsock.
A Buffalo Mills man pleaded no contest to one count of rape of a child and other charges on Wednesday after accepting a plea deal calling for him to serve five to 15 years in state prison.
Students at Northern Bedford County Elementary celebrated the 50th birthday of their principal, Trevor Replogle, on Tuesday. Student-made cards for Replogle decorated the halls of the school, and each class made a poster for the principal. Some students even participated in “Dress Like Mr. R…
CLAYSBURG — The Claysburg Education Foundation is sponsoring adult and grades 9 through 12 student technology evening classes in April and May at Claysburg-Kimmel High School.
EVERETT — During its annual outreach meeting with local municipalities held in Snake Spring Township Wednesday, PennDOT discussed upcoming construction projects.
SAXTON — Tussey Mountain Education Association President Eva Sichko presented board members with what the district’s teacher’s union felt were discrepancies and disadvantages if the district would send its students to the Bedford County Technical Center instead of offering programs in-house.
The Bedford Area School District is moving forward with a new fitness room at the high school to improve its physical education capabilities and workout conditions for student athletes.
Like the melting snow, the major refuse pile behind the Everett Theater has started to be moved, and, like spring everywhere, it will be a messy job for a while. But Reimage the planned outcome. Thanks for caring, Everett Fund.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman will make a stop in Huntingdon Wednesday, March 20, as part of his statewide listening tour aimed at gauging public input on the subject of the possible legalization of recreational marijuana.
Pictured are Everett elementary students in grades 3 to 5 who participated in the annual science fair. More than 90 students volunteered to participate this year. The grand prize winner for grades 3 to 5 was third grader Parker Smith. Pictured, front row, are Katelyn Poteat, Brooklyn Homer, …
Pictured are pre-K through second grade students who participated in Everett elementary’s annual science fair. Pictured are, front row: Braden Bowser, Owen Kauffman, Colten Bowser, Vincent Clark, Isobel Feight, Maxiumus Jacobs, Aryah McFall, Giselle Wilson; middle row: Izak McFarland, Ashlyn…
Ron Koppenhaver of the Bedford Moose Lodge presents a check for $10,500 to Tonya Grimes, manager for Downtown Bedford Inc, to support the bed races in Bedford that are scheduled for May 4. Anyone wishing to enter a bed should contact DBI at 623-0048.
CLAYSBURG — Claysburg-Kimmel School District’s concrete bleachers are probably older than some of the parents who sit on them to watch their children play football on autumn weekends.
Bedford borough council heard the latest proposal of potential renovations to Fort Bedford Park during its meeting Tuesday, which included an elevated walkway connecting two museums and a amphitheater.
SAXTON — The Tussey Mountain School District Board of Directors voted Monday to close the school’s fieldhouse immediately and investigate concerns of mold and equipment safety.
Patsy Cline died at the young age of 30 in a plane crash on March 5, 1963, but had built an impressive discography and large fan base by the time of her death. If you’re one of her fans, you will do OK with this week’s trivia.
Five generations of the Troutman Family of Hyndman are shown in this photo. Helen Troutman holds her great-great-grandson, Roczen Lee Troutman, while her son, Richard Troutman; her grandson, Dale Troutman; and her great-grandson, Jacob Troutman, stand, from left to right, behind her.