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April 18th, 2014

From mom to marathoner; Quesenberry vows to return to Boston

April 18, 2014

On Monday at 11 a.m., Molly Quesenberry, 42, of St. Marys will take to the starting line of the Boston Marathon fulfilling a vow she made to return to the race.
"I feel like it's about going out there and supporting Boston, the victims, other runners and doing it for that reason and not really for myself. If you stay away and don't go back then you're giving in and that's what the people who did it want," Quesenberry said.
One year ago Quesenberry and her family experienced the terror of the bombings that killed three and injured nearly 260 spectators.

ECCSS receives Palumbo grant

April 18, 2014

Recently, Elk County Catholic School System was the recipient of a grant in the amount of $150,000 from the A.J. and Sigismunda Palumbo Charitable Trust. The funds will benefit two aspects of the school system; $100,000 has been designated for the funding of all advanced placement and dual enrollment courses at the high school level while the remaining $50,000 will be set aside for scholarship funding and tuition assistance.

April 17th

ECC track and field teams top St. Marys Area

April 17, 2014

The St. Marys Area girls' and boys' track and field teams hosted the Elk County Catholic and DuBois Central Catholic squads in a meet on Thursday afternoon at Dutch Country Stadium.
The Lady Crusaders defeated St. Marys 78-72, and the Crusaders beat the Dutchmen 87-61.

ECC baseball remains undefeated with 9-1 win over Rams

April 17, 2014

The defending District 9 Class A baseball champion is making a claim to be a favorite for that crown again.
Elk County Catholic moved to 6-0 on the season with a 9-1 victory over Johnsonburg Thursday afternoon at Knothole Area Recreational Park.

Altoona scores two in the seventh to edge Dutch 4-2

April 17, 2014

The Altoona Lions scored two runs in the top half of the seventh inning to edge the St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen by a 4-2 score Thursday afternoon at Berwind Park.

Voting underway for fireworks venue

April 17, 2014

The site of the 2014 St. Marys Independence Day Celebration is in the hands of local residents.
As part of a new initiative votes are being tallied online and through donations at various businesses to determine the location of the event at either the St. Marys Municipal Airport or The Highlands, formerly the St. Marys Country Club.
"We don't feel it's a decision the Chamber should make because the fireworks belong to the people. They are funded by the people and area businesses therefore they are the ones who should decide," said Ashley O'Dell, Chamber outreach coordinator.

New work hours, overtime policy approved

April 17, 2014

FOX TWP. – Recently the Fox Township Supervisors approved employee work hours and changes to the overtime policy as a cost-saving measure for the township.
The policy, which was introduced by Supervisor Dave Mattiuz at the board's March meeting, was approved in a 2-1 vote with Randy Gradizzi casting an opposing vote while Mike Keller and Mattiuz voted for the new policy.

Jay Twp. supports Highland's injection well ordinance

April 17, 2014

JAY TWP. – The Jay Township Board of Supervisors approved sending a letter of support to Highland Twp. supporting Highland's decision to ban injection wells within their municipality.
The letter, which was provided by Elk County C.A.R.E.S. (Citizens Advocating Responsible Environmental Stewardship) reads:

April 16th

Crusaders shut out Wolves 10-0 in six innings

April 16, 2014

When the game between the St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen and Bradford Owls was postponed on Wednesday afternoon, the Elk County Catholic Crusaders and Kane Wolves took advantage of the open field at Berwind Park and moved their matchup there due to reportedly poor field conditions in Kane. The Wolves remained the home team in the contest, but that did not matter to the Crusaders, who scored in every inning but the fifth to claim a 10-0 shutout in six innings.

Bauer has no-hitter as ECC defeats Kane 15-0 in three innings

April 16, 2014

Abbey Bauer threw a no-hitter and the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders put together 15 runs to defeat the Kane Lady Wolves 15-0 in a three inning contest on Wednesday afternoon at Benzinger Park.

The St. Marys Area girls' and boys' track and field teams hosted the Elk County Catholic and DuBois...
The defending District 9 Class A baseball champion is making a claim to be a favorite for that...
The Altoona Lions scored two runs in the top half of the seventh inning to edge the St. Marys Area...
On March 14, 2012, Governor Tom Corbett signed into law a contentious piece of legislation...