The COVID-19 virus outbreak has derailed many activities across Pennsylvania and the nation for the past few weeks in an effort to keep the virus from spreading.
Jason Mallery and Ashley Ramsey of Pittsburgh are blessed to announce the birth of a son, Jayce Wyatt Mallery. He was born at 1:52 a.m. March 19 at UPMC Magee-Women’s Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19 1/2 inches long. He is welcomed by five amazing siblings: Kyara Mallery, Mo…
Residents needing records from the Bedford County Register of Wills/Recorder of Deeds and Prothonotary offices will be able to access those records online for free, Register/Recorder Dwight “JR” Winck said.
Everett Area Middle School’s principal has taken to social media to keep students engaged in learning after schools closed earlier this month due to the coronavirus.
A local man has launched an online project that so far has raised $600 for a statue that will depict a Medal of Honor recipient who died in the Vietnam War.
Everett firefighter Selena Clark sprays down a skid loader that caught fire Thursday afternoon at 195 Drive-In Lane, Snake Spring Township. The skid loader caused a nearby brush pile to catch fire. The alarm was reported at 12:04 p.m.
The Bedford County Elections Office is adjusting to the expected delay of the primary election and other changes brought about by the coronavirus.
Due to response efforts to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, the state Supreme Court has closed all courtrooms to the public. Central court on Wednesday was limited to cases for defendants currently incarcerated at the Bedford County Correctional Facility. Scheduled preliminary he…
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Bedford County Sportsmen’s Club has canceled the trapshoot on April 5 and the general membership meeting on April 6. If the current situations do not improve, the ATA Kunzler Ham shoot scheduled on April 19 will be postponed to a later date. Any questions on events should be addressed to 623…
Bedford County Players will host their second annual Season Gala May 9 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at The Hall At Kinton’s Knob. The evening will feature a “Roaring ’20s Speak Easy” theme. Players and patrons will be advised and encouraged to wear 1920s attire. The directors of the upcoming season w…
Local restaurants are adapting to the state restrictions in place to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus by offering additional take-out — and sometimes delivery — services.
A Bedford woman is being lodged in the Bedford County Correctional Facility on multiple felony charges after she allegedly stole a vehicle and assaulted state troopers.
SCHELLSBURG — The disturbing sight of a large number of dead fish floating along the shore at Shawnee State Park is part of the natural life cycle of the species, sources explained.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education on Monday announced all schools across Pennsylvania will remain closed through at least April 6 as a result of response efforts to the coronavirus.
The programs and treatments for the intellectually disabled are changing drastically, from the large centers that housed hundreds of those suffering from the disorder to community-based residential facilities housing only several residents each.
Firefighters battle a dwelling fire along Manor Lane in Fishertown Sunday evening. Crews from Alum Bank, Shawnee Valley, Bedford, Southern Cove, Imler and Blue Knob were dispatched on the call just before 8 p.m. State police, the Chestnut Ridge Ambulance and the Shawnee Valley Ambulance also…
American Red Cross blood drive will be held March 30 from 12:30 to 5 p.m. at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 203 Drive In Lane, Everett. The Altoona Donation Center, located at 415 Orchard Ave., is open noon to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays.
CLAYSBURG — As government directives have closed schools indefinitely due to the coronavirus, the biggest group impacted may be the parents of pre-school and day care students.
U.S. Rep. Dr. John Joyce is urging constituents in Pennsylvania’s 13th Congressional District to follow the recommended precautions aiming to slow the spread of the coronavirus across the state.
As concern over the coronavirus continues to grow, many business have faced very tough decisions about how to protect their employees, and how to continue to operate while commerce slows during the crisis.