Archive - Mar 2013 - News Article
White smoke from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel signifies that a new pope has been chosen.
St. Marys is getting an updated episode of WPSU's "Our Town" series.
A life-size carnivorous plant is taking over the stage in St. Marys Area High School's musical production of Little Shop of Horrors set to open on Thursday evening with additional performances on Friday and Saturday.
The Elk County Salary Board on Friday approved a 3 percent salary increase to all non-union employees.
With the state Department of Transportation's Million Dollar Highway (state Route 255) construction expected to commence this spring, Monday's regular meeting of the St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors included a presentation on the expected challenges the construction will present for transportation in the district.
The defense attorney for a Ridgway man charged with federal weapons possession has asked the court for more time to compile a more "accurate and complete" account of his client's criminal history before the matter is taken to trial.
Straub Brewery, St. Marys Insurance and Project Gifts for Elk County were three local entities honored this year by the St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce.
Submissions for the 2013 Elk Expo Patch Contest have been narrowed down to 10 finalists and it is now up to the public to determine which will be turned into the patch for this year's Elk Expo.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ Johnsonburg Mayor David Zilkofski reported on a fire that destroyed a 2-story apartment building in Johnsonburg during Monday afternoon's council meeting.
Corporal Greg Agosti, a fire marshal for the Ridgway-based State Police, reported investigating a fire that occurred Sunday afternoon at 236 Blaine Ave. in Johnsonburg.