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JULIE MARTIN

Julie E. Martin is a staff writer for the Indiana Gazette. Among her assignments are coverage of the Apollo-Ridge School and Penns Manor Area school districts and also White Township.

Articles by JULIE MARTIN

Apollo-Ridge students given lesson on disabilities
14 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
SPRING CHURCH — Students at Apollo-Ridge Middle School will have the chance for a lesson of a somewhat different kind today and Friday when the Amazing Kids workshop pays them a visit. [Read More]
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WHITE TOWNSHIP: Indiana optometrists plan move, expansion
14 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Plans are in place for a longtime Indiana Borough eye doctors’ office to move to White Township and those plans include a larger, expanded facility, additional services and a name change. [Read More]
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Grant to help White Township complete upgrades to park
15 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Work on final upgrades could begin as soon as the spring at White Township’s Kennedy King Park, and among the improvements are eco-friendly innovations and an athletic court that will be the first of its kind in the region. [Read More]
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Pickleball growing in popularity locally as fans embrace sport Pickleball growing in popularity locally as fans embrace sport
15 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
While he admits that it has a funny name, Bill Reynolds hopes that more in the area will soon be taking pickleball seriously — or at least finding out that the relatively new paddle sport means serious fun. [Read More]
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Making an eye-opening scene
15 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
The Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission is making a scene at Apollo-Ridge, all in the hopes of educating the public about drug use. [Read More]
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Woman's exhibit combines love for animals, art Woman's exhibit combines love for animals, art
15 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Megan Maguire Cohen has found a way to combine her two loves, animals and art. [Read More]
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2-1-1 helpline sees continued growth 2-1-1 helpline sees continued growth
15 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
There’s always someone out there you’re not reaching when it comes to 2-1-1, the human services assistance number, according to Maureen Pounds, assistant director of the Indiana County Department of Human Services. [Read More]
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Judge dismisses most charges in Route 22 traffic fatality
15 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
BLAIRSVILLE — Most charges have been dismissed against a Blairsville man involved in a car accident that killed a Westmoreland County motorcyclist in July on Route 22, prompting outcry from the deceased’s family that justice has not been served. [Read More]
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WHITE TOWNSHIP: Seasonal turf rates to stay unchanged
15 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
The fees charged to high school baseball teams for use of ball fields at the White Township Recreation Complex’s S&T Bank Arena are fair in light of the costs to maintain them and there is no need to reduce the fee or offer discounted rate at indoor facilities as a trade-off, ... [Read More]
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PENNS MANOR: New school board member ready to start term PENNS MANOR: New school board member ready to start term
15 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
KENWOOD — Penns Manor Area School District’s newest school board member said he hopes to continue and improve educational opportunities that the school provides. [Read More]
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