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Dragon Volleyball Dominates Opponents New and Old

The Central Dragon Volleyball team faced down both the West Shamokin Wolves and the Bishop Guilfoyle Marauders in victories this week. During the away match against the Wolves, the Dragons were able to take a victory in the first set 25-23. The...

 

Central Grad Gets Player of The Week for Softball

Penn State Altoona swept the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference’s weekly softball awards on Monday, as sophomore utility player Cameryn Feathers (Martinsburg, PA/Central) was named the conference’s Player of the Week. Feathers helped Penn S...

 

Let it Slide

The Lady Bulldogs scored big against Fannett-Metal, winning 15-0....

 

Where is This?

This was a local landmark in the Cove. Where is it? And while we're asking, what is so special about it? Go to the Herald's Facebook, Instagram (mcherald1885) or Twitter (@mcheraldonline) to let us...

 

Central PA Civil War Round Table to Have James Hessler As Speaker

The Central PA Civil War Round Table will meet on Tuesday evening, May 3, at the PA Military Museum auditorium, 51 Boal Avenue, in Boalsburg beginning at 7 p.m. The featured speaker is James Hessler who will speak on “Come On You Wolverines ...

 

Descendants of Civil War Veterans Meeting in April

The Descendants of Civil War Veterans will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, at the Bellwood-Antis Public Library. James Gindlesberger will speak on Field Hospitals at Gettysburg. Members and the public are invited to attend....

 

Funeral Receipt Shows How Much Has Changed In Almost 50 Years

When looking through things at his house, Gary Kifer found this receipt for his grandfather's funeral. Though it was only 47 years ago, Kifer thought some aspects of the receipt would interest...

 

Journal Shows What Life was Like in 1922

Editor's Note: Martinsburg resident Kristy Cliber reached out to the Herald after finding a journal in her home. The journal starts on Oct. 25, 1919, and ends in May of 1932. Because there are...

 

Showing Appreciation

Roaring Spring Borough Mayor Dennis Igou accepts a plaque from Don Knisley of the Spring Cove Youth Baseball League and Steve Metzger of the Murray Appleman Post 147 American Legion in Roaring...

 

Flap Problem Sends Airplane Back to Airport

A Boutique Air airplane on a regularly scheduled flight declared an emergency around 5:42 p.m. on Thursday, April 14, and returned to the airport after taking off. No one was injured and passengers...

 
 By RICK BOSTON    News    April 21, 2022

Roaring Spring Council Continues to Field Questions On Mountain Ground

Roaring Spring Borough Council met for its regular meeting March 14, and again addressed its decision to limit access to Plum Creek Mountain. Citizen Norman Wright addressed council and asked it to open the ground for recreation by charging a fee...

 
 By RICK BOSTON    News    April 21, 2022

Gubernatorial Candidate Visits Williamsburg

Republican gubernatorial candidate Dave White stopped by the Williamsburg Community Center on Saturday, April 16, to talk with local leaders about his plans for the state. White joins a crowded field...

 
 By RICK BOSTON    News    April 21, 2022

Spring Snow Hits Area Causing Accidents and Road Closures

A spring snowstorm on Monday, April 19, made for a busy day for local first responders as multiple accidents were reported, prompting the temporary closure of some roads. In Freedom Township, an...

 

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