WATERLOO — Waterloo High School marching band member Kimberly Fish will be getting very familiar with New York City this November.
SYKESVILLE — A “Junk in the Trunk” sale is set for Stahl Park in Sykesville Saturday Sept. 28.
Safe driving in a school zone: September is the heaviest month for school zone violations. Over the last five years, 30,862 Pennsylvania drivers were cited with school zone violations for either speeding in school zones or illegally passing a school bus.
WATERLOO — Waterloo High School marching band member Kimberly Fish will be getting very familiar with New York City this November. Read more
Crime and Courts
LYONS — Closure is not a term Wayne County District Attorney Mike Calarco and Sheriff Barry Virts would use to describe the guilty plea Wednesday by Alberto Reyes to two counts of first-degree manslaughter in the 2018 deaths of 18-year-old Selena Hidalgo-Calderon and her 14-month-old son, Owen Hidalgo-Caldero.
GENEVA — City police have charged a woman for allegedly spraying graffiti on Geneva's Sept. 11 Memorial last month.
Former Nebraska secondary coach George Darlington says the Husker defense has improved, especially up front. "But if that one kid (safety Cam Taylor-Britt) is out, there could be problems. All in all, the defense is better, but it's still not where anybody wants it to be talentwise. There are warts at some positions. I'm not talking about effort or anything like that. They just need to be a little more talented in some places."
ATLANTA - With things looking kind of bleak, Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan tossed a short screen out to wide receiver Julio Jones on a fourth down and 3. After picking up a nice block from left tackle Jake Matthews, Jones took off on a 54-yard touchdown and became the franchise's all-time leader in career receiving yards, passing his mentor Roddy White, as he lifted the Falcons to a 24-20 ...
Business and Economy
Saputo Friendship and Empire Cheese in Cuba cleaned up in several categories this week at the 43rd annual New York State Dairy Products Contest at the New York State Fair.
PORTVILLE — A landmark of autumn for the region will not open its doors this year.
Similar to our "What IS Your Story?" feature, the News Gazette brings you "What IS Your Business?" Where we'll learn about some of our local businesses by posing some questions and asking for some fun facts. If you would like us to feature your business please contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Approaches include sensory rooms, classroom materials and new routines
Few are better suited for their job than Brandon Allison, a Pennsylvania physical education teacher
Dozens of children have shiny new wheels this summer thanks to volunteers in Southern Pennsylvania
High school science teacher Lisa Adams has struggled with weight for most of her life, but may have finally turned a corner
Arts & Entertainment
The News-Gazette presents “Scott’s Stumper,” a feature by Scott Shaffer that shows zoomed-in photos of various things around Randolph County.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
On Wednesday, May 8th at 7:00p.m., Arts Place Portland Center will present it’s ensembles in concert in the Hall/Moser Theatre. Eastern Breeze Flute, Distant Thunder and the Jay County Community Band will perform. On Monday, May 20th at 7:00p.m., A Choired Taste, the community choir of Arts Place, will be in concert. Both events are free and open to the public.