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A former Indiana University of Pennsylvania employee has had her bid for unemployment compensation upheld by Commonwealth Court. [Read More]
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What could be a wild weekend weather-wise started off slowly for motorists this morning, as freezing drizzle and temperatures hovering just below 30 put icy... [Read More]
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A new state law seems likely to cause dramatic changes, perhaps by summer, in how the state's Medical Assistance Transportation Program will operate. [Read More]
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Two sisters are awaiting preliminary hearings on animal cruelty charges. [Read More]
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As part of its efforts to increase permitting efficiency, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is shifting Armstrong and Indiana counties from the jurisdiction of... [Read More]
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Pennsylvania's junior U.S. senator acknowledged there are lots of issues where he does not agree with President Trump. [Read More]
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U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Lehigh County, told The Indiana Gazette editorial board Friday that the ongoing partial shutdown of federal government operations is "maddenly frustrating." [Read More]
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Penns Manor Area High School's art teacher literally will be wearing a different hat, or cap, come springtime. [Read More]
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A loose end has been tied up in the case of Harold Lee Filler Jr., 46, of Homer City, who is awaiting trial for two... [Read More]
A wood-burning stove is suspected in an early-morning fire today that destroyed a house along Shirley Drive before emergency personnel from three counties could respond. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania is getting $30,000, the maximum amount being given out in each of this year's round of "It's On Us PA" grants... [Read More]
Indiana Council's first meeting of 2019 featured some introductions, some renominations and a lengthy executive session regarding a grievance. [Read More]
White Township's board of supervisors again tabled final approval of a stormwater management ordinance Wednesday night, as township administrators sought to bring what effectively are... [Read More]
A first for American medicine may have occurred on Sept. 12 at the Indiana Regional Medical Center. [Read More]
In this South Mahoning Township village, just down Route 954 from Plumville, GoFundMe pledges quickly rose to more than 100 as friends of the late... [Read More]
Hospital organizations in Pittsburgh, Indiana and Punxsutawney have joined forces to battle cancer in west-central Pennsylvania. [Read More]
A former Walmart pharmacist who allegedly wrote fraudulent prescriptions for his own personal use now awaits trial in Indiana County Common Pleas Court. [Read More]
Bon-Ton is coming back, and may return to the Indiana area — though not in its former Indiana Mall location, nor in the department store... [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania's College of Education and Communications is seeking to reduce shortages of teachers in urban classrooms across the Keystone State. [Read More]
For Indiana University of Pennsylvania, it was another good year for the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex, a university executive told IUP's Council of Trustees... [Read More]
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