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NBCMS Names Students of the Month

Shown are the February Students of the Month for NBC Middle School....

 By RICK BOSTON    News    March 10, 2022

Altercation with Police Lands Roaring Spring Man Behind Bars

A Roaring Spring man is behind bars after a call to investigate a disturbance led to a fight with police. According to charges filed by Freedom Township police, on March 1, officers were called to a home along Redmen Court, Freedom Township, for a...

 By ERIC SHIELDS    News    March 10, 2022

Northern Bedford to Perform 'The Wiz'

Dorothy and all of her friends are easing on down the yellow brick road to the Northern Bedford High School on March 17 through the 19 at 7 p.m. According to director Brett Keith, “The Wiz” is a contemporary retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The...


Rolling Along

Emma Wessner, 6, of Hollidaysburg spent part of a day off from school bowling with her father, John, at the Morrison Cove Memorial Park Huntsman Lanes....

 By RICK BOSTON    News    March 10, 2022

Williamsburg Native Brings New Eatery to Town

Growing up in Williamsburg, Jessica Lilly would walk past the red brick building at 417 West Second Street on her way into town. Occupied then by the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Lilly would often...

 By ANNA BAUGHMAN    News    March 10, 2022

Council Asked To Reconsider 'Weak' 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Draft

Don Corl of the Blair County Tea Party attended Martinsburg Borough Council’s monthly meeting to present the council with an alternative draft for a local agreement supporting the Second Amendment. The original draft was constructed by solicitors...

 By RICK BOSTON    News    March 10, 2022

Friday Fire Damages Williamsburg Apartment

A Friday evening fire at the Spring House apartments on High Street, Williamsburg, caused extensive damage to one apartment while another sustained minor damage. According to Williamsburg Volunteer...

 By RICK BOSTON    News    March 10, 2022

New Supt. To Serve as Acting C-K Elementary Principal

The incoming superintendent of the Claysburg-Kimmel School District will be starting off in a different position. Mark Loucks, who was hired last month to take over this summer for retiring superintendent Darren McLaurin, will indefinitely serve as...


Miss Pennsylvania Visits Roaring Spring for 'Read Across America'

Miss Pennsylvania Meghan Sinisi visited Faith and Grace Learning Center Roaring Spring on Wednesday, March 2. Sinisi read "Oh, The Places You'll Go" to the preschool class to celebrate Read Across...


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