Author: Patrick Cloonan

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In remarks Saturday marking the anniversary of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth, Indiana County NAACP President Dr. Carolyn Princes said those gathered... [Read More]
Authorities believe that a fire in the kitchen led to a blaze that chased a family and left a one-story frame house a total loss... [Read More]
Schools throughout Pennsylvania, including many of the public entities in Indiana and Armstrong counties, each are getting $35,000 slices of $8.7 million from the state... [Read More]
After a mix of snow, drizzle and fog between Thursday afternoon and this morning, the weekend's main weather event is approaching Saturday, followed by an... [Read More]
As expected, those served by Indiana Borough's sewage treatment plant can expect to pay 27 percent more, following a Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission vote Thursday. [Read More]
A former Indiana University of Pennsylvania employee has had her bid for unemployment compensation upheld by Commonwealth Court. [Read More]
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]
Tags: Blast - weekend - wintry
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]
Tags: Indiana - Bon-Ton - area
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]
Dr. Rhonda Luckey told the Indiana University of Pennsylvania trustees Thursday that she can't imagine how 30 years have passed. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania is preparing to spend $90 million on construction of a new building along Oakland Avenue for the College of Natural Sciences... [Read More]
White Township's board of supervisors approved change orders Wednesday on road projects and laid a path toward a 10-year extension of a tax break for... [Read More]
A former Walmart pharmacist is free on $25,000 unsecured bond pending a preliminary hearing on charges that he wrote up fraudulent prescriptions for his own... [Read More]
The White Township Planning Commission approved what it described as a final minor subdivision for another phase of the Windy Ridge Business and Technology Park... [Read More]
Several felony homicide-related charges were held for trial Tuesday against a man who allegedly on July 6 drove a car into a landmark gas station... [Read More]
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