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Spring Cove Paraprofessional Resigns Following Arrest by PSP

A paraprofessional formerly employed by the Spring Cove School District and assigned to Central High School as an aide, is facing felony charges of institutional sexual assault. Casey Lee Naylor, 32, of North Woodbury Township, has resigned from her...

 

Dept. of Ag Offers Milk Processors Labeling Advice to Rebrand Milk

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding on Feb. 19 announced that Pennsylvania milk processors could seize an opportunity to rebrand whole milk, thanks to flexibility in federal milk labeling requirements. At the request of the industry, the Bureau of...

 

Pa. Law: Purple Paint Means No Trespassing

Landowners who post their properties now have the option of using purple paint rather than signs to alert others that lands are private and trespassing isn’t permitted. House Bill 1772, which was signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf in November, took...

 

New Pa. Law Ensures Cancer Coverage

A new law will require insurance companies to cover medications and treatments prescribed to patients facing Stage IV metastatic cancer, according to state Sen. Judy Ward (R-30), who sponsored a companion bill in the Senate. In current practice,...

 

Roaring Spring Scouts Cross Over

Pack 57 held its Blue & Gold Banquet on Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Roaring Spring. Four Scouts earned the highest rank in Cub Scouts and crossed over to Troop...

 

Williamsburg Elementary School Plans Read Across America March 2

Elementary Principal Jennifer Metzler told the Williamsburg Community School Board during the regular meeting Tuesday, Feb 18, all about activities that the elementary school has held over the last...

 

Waivers, Extension Granted to Cove Forge

Two waivers, including an easement, were granted to Cove Forge Behavioral Health’s facility at 202 Cove Forge Road during the regular meeting of the Woodbury Township supervisors on Thursday, Feb. 7. Woodbury Township Supervisor Ed Clark made a...

 

Septic Issues Cause Concerns at Catharine Township

A septic problem in Catharine Township is flooding a pond and spreading on the ground. The township supervisors during the regular meeting on Feb. 20 said that the owners of the property have been warned and a letter was sent to Sewage Enforcement...

 

Wombacher Earns Degree at FSU

Darien Wombacher, of Williamsburg, recently received a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from Frostburg State University, Frostburg, Md., during its 155th commencement ceremonies. FSU President Dr. Ronald Nowaczyk conferred nearly 325...

 

Woodland Owners to Discuss Managing Forests and Wildlife March 14

The Woodland Owners of the Southern Alleghenies (WOSA) has announced its 23rd Annual Forestry and Wildlife Conference, “Managing Forests and Wildlife.” The conference will be held at the American Legion from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday,...

 

Williamsburg Police Reports

Motor Vehicle Accident Pennsylvania State Police, Hollidaysburg, reported that at 8:27 p.m. Jan. 9, Joshua M. Kifer, 27, of Williamsburg, was involved in a one-car crash on Route 866/Piney Creek Road in Woodbury Township. Kifer was driving a 1995...

 

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