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November 8th, 2012
The St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors held a special public meeting on Thursday evening at the Bennetts Valley Elementary School in order to provide background information and host an open discussion as the board contemplates the future of the old portion of the school, which has fallen into disrepair.
The First United Methodist Church Women's Bazaar will enhance its charitable mission by partnering with an organization that helps people all over the world earn a living wage and sustain their business.
A Pennsylvania death row inmate sentenced to death by lethal injection for the 1993 kidnapping and murder of a teenage girl was granted a last-minute stay of execution Thursday.
Four Elk County residents pleaded guilty in Elk County Court Monday to drug offenses related to the operation of a Jefferson County-based drug trafficking ring.
RIDGWAY - A Johnsonburg man charged with using his home as a marijuana grow house pleaded not guilty in Elk County Monday to violations of The Drug Device and Cosmetics Act.
Tonight the Elk County Footlighters kick off their three-day dinner theatre presentation featuring the comedy "Sin, Sex and the CIA: An American Farce."
The Fox Township Supervisors approved the purchase of a new 2013 Peterbilt plow truck during their Wednesday evening meeting.
In a show of true bipartisanship, this Obama/Romney sign encourages students to vote during a mock election held Tuesday at Fox Township Elementary School. In a close race against former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, the president was elected to another four-year term. Photo by Amy Cherry.
Democrat Rob McCord, 53, of Bryn Mawr elected to a second four-year term as Pennsylvania state treasurer. He defeated Republican Diana Irey Vaughan, a county commissioner from western Pennsylvania,
Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, 52, of Scranton, was re-elected for a second term, defeating Republican Tom Smith. Casey's victory also cements a seat that Democrats had counted on in the struggle for control of the U.S. Senate.