|Address Sign Requirement Considered in Brockway|
council last night discussed a proposed ordinance that would require the
posting of addresses for emergency purposes.
|Bill Alleviating Propane Shortages, Supply Disruptions|
D.C. – The U.S. House of Representatives this week passed a series of
legislative measures that will improve energy efficiency and decrease home
heating and electricity costs, including the Home Heating Emergency Assistance Through
Transportation (HHEATT) Act , which addresses recent propane
shortages and supply disruptions.
|Pa. Liquor Board OKs Tavern Gambling License|
Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania liquor regulators are giving their permission for the
first license for a tavern in the state to operate small games of chance.
|Saturday: Kids Build Their Own Soap Box Derby Cars|
DuBOIS- The DuBois Area Soap Box Derby committee is looking
for drivers for our 2014 race season. All Boys and Girls ages 7-18 are welcome
to join our team. They have four divisions: Stock, Super Stock, Masters, and our
Super Kids Classic.
|Water Park in Brookville|
Brookville Council last night debated moving forward on a proposed recreational
project for the borough. Following suggestions from residents at the borough's
recent town hall meeting, council's community resources committee proposed
pursuing a grant from the state Department of Conservation and Natural
Resources to help develop a water park.
|Special Veteran Notation on Driver's Licenses|
Pennsylvania military veterans can now have their service noted on state
driver's licenses, offering them a way to demonstrate their status if they
don't have military ID handy.
|Reason to Smile: More PA Kids Expected to See the Dentist|
HARRISBURG - It is the most common chronic childhood disease, and across Pennsylvania
and the nation some new requirements could help take a bite out of kids' tooth
|Man Dies in Kayaking Accident|
TOWNSHIP- A man died while Kayaking over the weekend in Clearfield County.
Punxsutawney state police said they responded to a water rescue in progress along
Route 219 in Burnside Township.On March 1, 48 year old, Edward Aaron Heberling Jr.,
of Westover PA, was in the West branch of the Susquehanna when his kayak tipped
him over and he was thrown into the swift moving, freezing water.