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  • DUBOIS ART WALK STILL NEEDS ARTISTS AND VOLUNTEERS

    DUBOIS ART WALK STILL NEEDS ARTISTS AND VOLUNTEERS

    DuBois, PA – If you’re creative and want to show off your artwork or your musical talent, come be a part of this year’s Downtown DuBois Art Walk on the Block! The committee is now looking for artists and volunteers to be a part of this year’s Art Walk on …Read More »
  • CITY OF DUBOIS REMINDS YOU TO CLEAN UP SIDEWALKS

    CITY OF DUBOIS REMINDS YOU TO CLEAN UP SIDEWALKS

    DuBois, PA – Spring cleaning is still underway in the City of DuBois, and officials are reminding you to clean up the sidewalks. Anti-skid material, gravel, road salt, and grass clippings all need to be swept up and put into the garbage by May 15. Please don’t sweep anything into …Read More »
  • HOW TO SPRING CLEAN YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA

    HOW TO SPRING CLEAN YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA

    Pennsylvania – This time of the year is perfect chance to clean up your social media. A study from Social Media Today says that the average person spends nearly 2 hours a day using social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Teens were shown to spend up 9 hours …Read More »
  • CLEARFIELD AND REYNOLDSVILLE SENIOR CENTERS GET GRANTS

    CLEARFIELD AND REYNOLDSVILLE SENIOR CENTERS GET GRANTS

    Clearfield and Jefferson Counties, PA – Two local senior centers are getting grants from the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. The Reynoldsville Foundry Senior Center in Jefferson County has been awarded a grant in the amount of $30,000 which will be used to replace flooring and to install noise reduction panels. …Read More »
  • INTEXTICATED: DISTRACTING DRIVING IS UNACCEPTABLE

    INTEXTICATED: DISTRACTING DRIVING IS UNACCEPTABLE

    Pennsylvania – Even though you might be careful and never drive intoxicated, you might still be driving “intexticated”… which can be just as dangerous. Each day, about 10 people are killed in distracted driving crashes – contributing to the 37,000 people killed in crashes on U.S. roadways during 2016, according …Read More »

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