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Andrew M. and Barbara E. Miller of Punxsutawney announce the birth of a son on May 25, 2018, at the Punxsutawney Area Hospital. [Read More]
Battle of the Barrel, the first competition of DuBois Volunteer Fire Department's Firemen's Week, was held Tuesday night in the parking lot of the DuBois... [Read More]
James and Sarah Dixon of Sykesville announce the birth of a son on May 27, 2018, at the Punxsutawney Area Hospital. [Read More]
Trenton Bickel and Christine Pucci of Luthersburg announce the birth of a daughter at 3:03 p.m. May 25, 2018, at Penn Highlands DuBois. [Read More]
More charges have been filed against a 23-year-old DuBois man arrested in connection with a series of arsons which occurred in a residential area of... [Read More]
After months of talking about the possibility of building a new elementary school in the DuBois Area School District, at last week's work session of... [Read More]
DuBois Area School District Director Randy Curley pressed to initiate a discussion about what direction his fellow board members want to go with regard to... [Read More]
Jim Leyland, former Pittsburgh Pirates manager and World Series Florida Marlins manager, came to town Saturday to help celebrate the 27th annual DuBois Community Days. [Read More]
For the 27th consecutive year, lots of delicious food and high-caliber free entertainment - not to mention beautiful weather - brought thousands once again to... [Read More]
Young couple Jonathan and Stephanie Weber have taken on a new and exciting endeavor. They are the proud new owners of Napoli Restaurant and Pizzeria. [Read More]
Four-year-old Nico Kolash had one goal in mind while attending a recent Pittsburgh Pirates game at PNC Park: To play catch with outfielder Austin Meadows. [Read More]
Since 2010, CNB Bank has offered free wall calendars featuring photos taken by local residents and once again, submissions are now open for the 2019... [Read More]
A tradition since at least the late 1960s, the DuBois Volunteer Fire Department's Firemen's Week kicks off Monday, according to fire Chief Ben Blakley. [Read More]
Looking recently at a paper she wrote in the fifth grade, Alexis Maze saw that one of her long-term goals was to be accepted into... [Read More]
DuBois Public Library Director Rebecca McTavish shows one of the items, a book bird feeder, which can be won in The Friends of the DuBois... [Read More]
Get help to stop smoking or staying smoke free. The Smoking Cessation Support Group at Penn Highlands DuBois is meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June... [Read More]
Construction is under way at the Atlas Pressed Metals powdered metal components manufacturing plant, 125 Tom Mix Drive. [Read More]
"Skin Care for Diabetes with Lisa Pfingstler, MD" will be the topic at the next meeting of the Diabetes Support Group at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday,... [Read More]
Those looking for a relaxing way to spend their day, don't have to travel much farther than State College's Simply Health Salt Spa. [Read More]
A water line break on Division Street in DuBois kept the DuBois City Water Department busy Tuesday. [Read More]