Borough Police releases suspect composite photo for Commonwealth robbery
Indiana Borough Police released a bank robbery suspect composite photo to imitate descriptions witnesses gave from a robbery that occurred Wednesday at First Commonwealth Bank.
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Indiana Legislature Ends Common Core, Contemplates New Standards, Sets Precedent
The Indiana Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that will remove the state from the Common Core national standards.
Happy Pi Day! Head to These 5 States for a Slice of Specialty Pies
Happy National Pi Day ! Yes, that's "Pi" as in 3.14 ad infinitum and not "pie," the tasty baked good.
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NPI Audio Visual Solutions Adds First Vista Systems? Spyder to its Inventory
Cleveland-based systems integrator NPI Audio Visual Solutions has invested in its first Vista Systems Spyder X20 for use in live events and for its demo room where the company showcases equipment for permanent installations.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Westmoreland County priest charged with stealing from ex-parish
A western Pennsylvania priest stole $124,000 from the parish he used to head to pay off credit cards and organize overseas trips, including junkets to Rome and Israel for Catholics, district attorney's detectives have charged.
The York Daily Record
Designs help owners age in place
"Aging in place" and "universal design" are phrases Curtis Lentz uses to describe an expanding segment of his business - a growing demand for design services, products and remodeling touches developed for people who want to grow older in their homes rather than make the transition to an assisted living facility or nursing home.
Bill Would Allow PASSHE Schools to Leave State System
Two Pennsylvania state senators on Tuesday introduced legislation that would allow schools that are part of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education to transfer out.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Cold and snow returns after brief period of warmth
The Midwest and the Eastern Seaboard are bracing for another blast of below-normal temperatures and heavy snowfall after a few days of temperatures slightly above normal for this time of year.
SGA, Greek life clean up IUPatty's mess
Indiana University of Pennsylvania's Student Government Association and Greek community took turns cleaning up the mess from IUPatty's weekend Saturday and Sunday.
Stand-up comedy fills Indiana Theater with laughter
If laughter is the best medicine, Indiana University of Pennsylvania students and community members got a healthy dose to combat cold season when the Indiana Theater hosted an evening of stand-up comedy Friday night.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Students Could Face Suspension, Expulsion For "IUPatty's" Party
Indiana County District Attorney Patrick Dougherty says what he saw in social media clips from this weekend's IUP student-organized off-campus St. Patrick's Day party - called "IUPatty's" - is shocking and disturbing.
Woman left in Pa. Burger King bathroom seeks birth mom
Despite the crisis in Ukraine, there is a Hoosier in that country right now. The images Indianapolis resident Steve Znachko is seeing in Ukraine are unlike anything he has seen in previous trips.
Person hit by speeding car in Indiana
A person was hit by a speeding car over the weekend in Indiana. The accident happened on Philadelphia Street Saturday.
S&T Ceo talks State College expansion
S&T opened an Akron, Ohio, office in 2012, will have a Columbus, Ohio, office up and running by the end of March, and now is deploying that Ohio strategy to move deeper into central Pennsylvania.
The York Daily Record
Arrests mar pre-St. Patrick's Day party in Pa.
Large crowds and alcohol-related disturbances kept police in western Pennsylvania busy at a pre-St.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
IUP Students Celebrate St. Paddy's Early, Create Ruckus In Indiana
Hundreds of students were out celebrating St. Patrick's Day early this weekend at Indiana University of Pennsylvania - many of whom will now face consequences from the borough and university for their raucous actions.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
PASSHE Chancellor Worries Bill Could Splinter School System
A bill that would let universities leave the state system of higher education is expected next week in the state legislature.
IFA live-in program keeps passion alive for student firefighters
Ladder truck 106 screamed through Indiana University of Pennsylvania at 3 a.m. Monday, carrying four IUP students toward multiple burning buildings just off campus.
House fire displaces six IUP students
A fire left two rented houses in Indiana's 3rd Ward ravaged Tuesday morning and seven tenants, including six Indiana University of Pennsylvania students, homeless.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
S&T expanding into State College
S&T Bancorp, a community bank serving the Pittsburgh region has expanded into central Pennsylvania by hiring two bankers in the State College market with deep roots in that region.