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Cooler Weather Brings Increased Threat of Home Fires

As temperatures decrease and Pennsylvanians enter “home heating season,” the American Red Cross urges citizens to familiarize themselves with home fire prevention steps to help keep everyone in the home safe and warm this winter. Home fires are...

 

Continue to Enjoy the Great Outdoors Throughout Winter with a Sunroom

As fall inches closer to winter, it's not uncommon for people to look to the coming cold with a degree of lament. Spring, summer and fall provide ample opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, but s...

 

WINTER SPORTS COMING UP

Winter sports will be starting soon. Look for the Herald’s Winter Sports Preview in our Dec. 9 edition. With a new season coming up, local students are reminded that they can write for the Herald about their school’s sports. Coaches and parents...

 

Central Dragons Soar Over Grove City Eagles

Friday night's game at Slippery Rock University presented difficult weather conditions for both the Dragons and the Eagles, but Central ultimately persevered through the slippery field and endless...

 

Northern Bedford Black Panthers Fall After Impressive Season

Northern Bedford's run in the PIAA high school football tournament came to an end on a snow-covered field at Clarion University last Friday. After taking a 14-7 lead into halftime, the Panthers were...

 

Solving the Deer Sporting Arm Debate

For years, a contentious debate has raged about what sporting arms should be allowed during the various deer seasons. Bickering between bowhunters and crossbow hunters is particularly acrimonious,...

 

Central 'Dragon Proud' of Golfer

Central High School Senior Jerry Brumbaugh was recently recognized at the Nov. 8 school board meeting for his accomplishments as a student-athlete. Brumbaugh was the first Central High School golfer...

 

Dept. of Health Leaders Encourages Pa. to Thank Public Health Workers

Public health workers have responded to many crises over the years, including influenza, HIV/AIDS, cancer, substance use disorders and now COVID-19, among others. Since March 2020, these professionals have consistently dedicated themselves every day...

 

Pa. Banking Dept. Shares Tips to Avoid Holiday Financial Scams

The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities and the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) are reminding consumers to be vigilant against fraud and scams associated with holiday shopping. “Every year, we hear reports of consumers conned by...

 

DMVA: Holiday Season Wonderful Time to Support Vets, Service Members and Their Families

In the spirit of the holiday season, the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) reminds Pennsylvanians that this is a wonderful time to donate to programs that support the commonwealth’s nearly 800,000 veterans, service members and...

 

Martinsburg Community Fund Hits $30,000

As of the week of Nov. 22, $32,955 had been received from businesses, residents and organizations for the Martinsburg Area Community Fund Drive. A goal of $43,000 has been set for this year. This year’s goal is the same as the three previous years....

 

Blair County DUI Task Force Releases Results

On Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021, officers of the Blair Co. DUI Task Force in conjunction with the PA State Police, Troop G Hollidaysburg made their presence known locally by conducting a DUI roving patrol. The following results are from the detail:...

 
 By ERIC SHIELDS    News    December 2, 2021

Cove Community Theater Presents Christmas Classic

Cove Community Theater in Loysburg will present an age-old musical with a twist. The group will be presenting "A Christmas Carol" Sunday, Dec. 5, at 5 p.m.; Friday, Dec. 10, at 6 p.m.; Saturday, Dec....

 

Santa Attends Roaring Spring Tree Lighting

On Sunday, Nov. 28, people gathered at the spring dam escorted by the police and Santa riding in a fire truck to see the Roaring Spring tree lighting. This was sponsored by Roaring Spring Lion's Club...

 

Nason Honors Lives Lost to COVID-19

Conemaugh Health System personnel gathered on Tuesday, Nov. 23, at Conemaugh locations, including Conemaugh Nason Medical Center to honor local lives lost to COVID-19 throughout the health system. In...

 
 By RICK BOSTON    News    December 2, 2021

Freedom Twp. Volunteer Fire Co. to Host Christmas Party After Year Off

The Freedom Township Volunteer Fire Company will be holding a Christmas party on Sunday, Dec. 12, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the firehall. This year’s party is in memory of Daniel “Butch” Giarth. Giarth, a long-time member of the fire company as...

 

Conemaugh Nason Medical Center Adjusts Visitation Policy

Conemaugh Nason Medical Center will adjust the hospital’s visitation policy beginning on Tuesday, Nov. 23, as follows: • Intensive Care/Medical-Surgical Units: One visitor per patient from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily. • Labor and Delivery: One...

 

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