CLEARFIELD — Clearfield County Commissioners approved a lease agreement during Tuesday’s meeting with Tri-County Church to use its facilities for Centralized Court for non-incarcerated defendants.
CLEARFIELD — The region has received more snow than usual, driving up costs of snow removal to many local municipalities.
The DuBois Knights of Columbus will hold a virtual meeting only at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 7. This information was incorrect in a story published in Friday’s edition.
DuBOIS — New DuBois Volunteer Fire Department Chief Tony Roy started firefighting 28 years ago at the age of 19 as a member of the J.E. DuBois Hose Co.
Gov. Tom Wolf signed a 90-day statewide emergency declaration for COVID-19 on Friday, the fourth such order since March 6, 2020.
CURWENSVILLE — During the 2020-21 school year, an extracurricular group dedicated to performing barbershop music formed at Curwensville Area High School.
SHIPPENVILLE — Cancer doesn’t stop for a pandemic, and neither did this year’s fundraising efforts at the Clarion County Career Center to aid in the fight against cancer.
(The Center Square) — Pennsylvania health officials said Friday vaccine providers must hit new administration benchmarks or risk a cut to their weekly supply.
HARRISBURG — Clearfield County reported an additional 29 cases of COVID-19 on Friday, according to the state Department of Health. Clearfield County also did not report any new deaths.
PITTSBURGH — An early pioneer in the nascent Civil Rights Movement came from Clarion County pioneer stock herself. Sister Cyril Aaron, one of 10 children born to Thomas and Susanna Aaron in the small village of Crates in 1886, found her life’s calling by ministering to the predominantly Afri…