ST. MARYS — Magisterial District Judge Mark Jacob presided over several preliminary hearings Feb. 18.

SYKESVILLE — The Sykesville Borough Council heard from the borough engineer regarding concerns about chemical discharge from the Symmco facility during the council’s meeting earlier this month.

SYKESVILLE — The Sykesville Police Department has been a hot topic over the past month as the Sykesville Borough Council has begun discussions about abolishing the department.

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ST. MARYS — Magisterial District Judge Mark Jacob presided over several preliminary hearings Feb. 18.

REYNOLDSVILLE — Magisterial District Judge David Inzana presided over the following preliminary hearings on Feb. 20

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DuBOIS — A hot-shooting first quarter for Grace Prep proved to be the difference against host DuBois Christian School Thursday in an ACAA Tournament quarterfinal game, as the Storm held off a …

ST. MARYS — DuBois Central Catholic was unable to slow down Coudersport in a pivotal third quarter as it saw its season come to an end with a 50-41 defeat in the quarterfinals of the District …

DuBOIS — The DuBois Christian School girls basketball team has used its smothering defense to wreak havoc against its opponents all season long, but the Lady Eagles got a dose of their own med…

Since I spend much of my time in the part of our house near the kitchen these days, I often earn at least part of my meals by setting the table according to the likely menu of the day. There are some basic requirements that can be set up for use – or not – and then be reset if the menu chang…

Recently the Erie Diocese announced the closing of St. Boniface School in Kersey. Although there will still be preschool classes and other uses planned for the building, I feel a deep sense of loss. St. Boniface School has been a big part of my life since I was 5 years old and in first grade…

The past few weeks have been a mixed bag with highs points and low points, not so much different from every other person I know. However, as I sat down to write this week, those points kept coming to mind. And as every writer knows, when something keeps coming to mind, best to write it down.

The residents at Highland View Healthcare and Rehabilitation in Brockway welcome volunteers. Shown are elementary students Jenna Glasl and Lyra Burns, who played a competitive game of war with resident Ron Delia. Highland View residents look forward to visits from the youth of the community.

DuBois Central Catholic athletes took advantage of the Knights of Columbus sponsoring them to take part in the annual Track and Field Clinic at Slippery Rock University recently. Pictured, bottom row, left to right, are: Bella Mangiantini, Martina Swalligan, Jacie Mennetti. Middle row, Kylee…

The DuBois Knights of Columbus recently donated to the local Special Olympics. Front, left to right, are Autumn Berfield, Angie McCullough, Mary Frederick, Special Olympic Coordinators; and Ken Straub, Past Grand Knight. Second row, Pete Brown, Grand Knight; Gene Grzeda, Past Grand Knight; D…