Harrisburg, PA - The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Bureau of Wildlife Protection has a new director. Jason Decoskey, who has worked for the agency since 2001, in his new position is responsible for overseeing and directing... Read More.
DuBois, PA – Students in DuBois will be taking to the stage today, not for a play, but for a poetry competition. It's called Poetry Out Loud, a national program that encourages students to... Read More.
DuBois, PA - On Saturday, January 18, two-time Interior Designer of the Year and HGTV and Houzz.com award winner Ginger Curtis will visit DuBois to present home organization and do-it-yourself design tips for the... Read More.
Brady Township, PA - Ready to meet the Snow Queen? The Brady Township Community Center will host a Frozen-themed luncheon on Saturday, Jan. 18 from noon until 2 to benefit the DuBois Relay for Life! $10... Read More.
Clearfield, PA – Want a rewarding job with PennDOT? They're holding a job fair in Clearfield today, at the PennDOT Engineering District 2 office from 2 until 6 p.m. Prospective employees are invited to attend... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA – Recently in Harrisburg, officials from the Wolf Administration including Second Lady Gisele Fetterman, representatives from the Department of Community of Economic Development (DCED), and Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Teresa... Read More.
Brookville, PA – Brookville Police were called out to incidents on Mabon Street on two separate days, although they do not give the identities of anyone involved or even if the two incidents happened... Read More.
Clearfield, PA – A commercial truck hauling toilet paper caught fire on Interstate 80 Westbound near mile marker 110 around 12:30 early Wednesday morning. The dispatch center had received numerous 911 calls reporting seeing the... Read More.
DuBois, PA – For the first time in 40 years, the DuBois City Council has sent a congratulatory letter to a Clearfield County Commissioner... and they say its for good reason. Dave Glass, the newly... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA – On the one year anniversary of the Safe2Say program, Attorney General Josh Shapiro yesterday announced Pennsylvania’s anonymous reporting system for schools, students and community members, “Safe2Say Something PA” has reached more... Read More.