CLEARFIELD — A Clearfield man who was found with crystal meth and a large amount of cash during a DUI stop had all charges bound over to court at a preliminary hearing yesterday at Centralized Court held at the Clearfield County Jail before Magisterial District Judge Michael Morris.

DuBOIS — The DuBois Central Catholic tennis team captured its first two wins of the season over the weekend — beating Brockway, 5-2, on Friday and Bradfor, 4-3, Saturday.

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BROOKVILLE — Winning its first game of the season on April 19 doesn’t sound great at all, but the way things have gone this spring, it’s certainly not the end of the world for the Brookville R…

DuBOIS — While the DuBois Area High School softball team spotted Hollidaysburg a couple of early runs, it didn’t take long for it to grab them back and add plenty more as the Lady Beavers went…

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BROCKWAY — Hits and runs were at a premium Friday in Brockway, and it was the Redbank Valley baseball team that made the most of its lone scoring chance in the first inning to pull out a 2-0 w…

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 26, 2018--Unum (NYSE: UNM), a leading provider of employee benefits, finds younger workers experience stress more frequently than their older peers and is shedding light on the negative health effects of stress during Stress Awareness Month.

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AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 26, 2018--ROKA, the Austin-based performance design company, has announced a multiyear eyewear partnership with eight-time triathlon world champion and Olympic silver medalist Javier Gómez Noya, expanding their existing relationship for technical race appa…

Bill Cosby was convicted on Thursday of drugging and molesting a woman in 2004 at his home near Philadelphia. The 80-year-old comedian could spend the rest of his life in prison after he was convicted of assaulting former Temple University women's basketball official Andrea Constand.

Meek Mill still doesn't feel "free", despite being released from prison this week, as he still feels as though his conviction is looming over him.

Like their beloved, problem infested president, who says things that are either backward or flat out wrong, in the April 9th paper U.S. Rep. Glen Thompson’s quirked statement said, “Attacks on the Second Amendment are based on ‘emotion and myth’ instead of ‘science and fact.’”

Thousands of people, including Seniors and families with children have lost their homes because they can't pay the infamous "School Tax." The School Tax is essentially "rent" we must pay to the schools and, in some parts of the state, is already higher than the mortgage on the home. 

Some people who have not served in the military lack training in how to use firearms with proficiency or lack respect for the power of automatic vs. manual ones. Otherwise, why would so many advocates of armed guards in our schools not also support banning the ownership of automatic firearms…