A group of residents in Hyndman are once again attempting to pursue a class action lawsuit against CSX in federal court out of Johnstown in the August 2017 derailment of a CSX Transportation train in Hyndman Borough.
A Northern Bedford teen was recently one of three students in the state to receive a scholarship through the Horatio Alger National Scholarship Program this year.
The number of influenza cases statewide decreased slightly during the past week, but the state Department of Health said the flu is still considered “widespread,” the highest level of the five classifications on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s scale.
Annual Groundhog Breakfast will be served from 7 to 10 a.m. Jan. 31 at the Hopewell Area Senior Center. Cost will be $6. The menu will include pancakes, sausage, eggs, juice and coffee. The snowdate is Feb. 3.
Sweet Heart dinner/dance will be held Feb. 14 at the Six Mile Run Area Volunteer Fire Hall. Tickets are $10 per person. Doors will open at 6 p.m. Dinner will be served from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Country Blend will play from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. People can bring their own alcoholic beverages. Dinner…
Just a week after temperatures reached into the 50s, several nights of bitterly cold temperatures left much of the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River covered with ice at Fort Bedford Park by Wednesday afternoon. The weather forecast calls for some warmer temperatures in the next few days.
SAXTON- A member of the Tussey Mountain school board, at the board’s voting session on Monday, raised concern about how the district’s 2020-21 budget is being handled.
It was more than five decades ago that a group of Bedford County residents, concerned about the need for senior housing, pushed for the creation of what eventually became the Bedford County Housing Authority.
The Pennsylvania Beef Council engaged with thousands of visitors who strolled through the state’s largest indoor agricultural event Jan. 4-11 during the 104th Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Breast cancer patients and survivors will have a valuable new resource at their disposal later this month when the Bedford County Pink Ribbon fund holds the first meeting of its support group.
Family Hospice, part of UPMC, is continuing to offer a free monthly Bereavement Support Group meetings on the last Tuesday of each month from 2:30 to 4 p.m. at ACTS Community Church, 169 Bedford Plaza Rd., Bedford. Registration is required. Contact Charlene Ebersole, bereavement secretary, a…
Winter weather has returned a week after near-record temperatures as a snow and ice storm set to pass through the county today has postponed multiple of events.
The Broad Top Township supervisors earlier this month reviewed their options for continued usage of the retired Defiance Elementary School and briefly discussed acid mine drainage (AMD) remediation activities.
HARRISBURG – A pair of funding initiatives will assist school districts in the area, according to state Sen. Langerholc Jr., R-Richland Township, chairman of the Senate Education Committee.
FISHERTOWN — Farmers and others working with heavy machinery had a chance to learn how to “Stop the Bleed” in the event of an accident during a course Thursday at the Alum Bank Fire Hall.
Community Foundation for the Alleghenies Bedford County Director Dina McGee presents a $1,000 grant to Women United of Bedford County for their Work Wear program on Jan. 13 at the Bedford County Courthouse. The grant was part of the foundation’s fall 2019 grant awards. Shown front row from l…
Everett firefighters work to contain a field fire fanned by windy conditions near the intersection of Main and Diehl roads in Colerain Township on Thursday. Everett, Bedford, Breezewood and Shawnee Valley crews responded to the 1:51 alarm, along with the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
Members of Bedford’s bocce ball team wait as Berlin Brothersvalley records its final throw of the eighth frame to see who would win that game. The Bisons battled back in a 2-1 win. Story and more photos appear on Page A8.
SOMERSET — The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission on Thursday presented preliminary plans that would eliminate the Allegheny Tunnel in Somerset County and replace it with a new route south of the existing roadway.