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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

Firm rebuilds after blaze Firm rebuilds after blaze
41 weeks ago - - TOM PEEL, JULIE MARTIN
The process of rebuilding is under way at a White Township business that lost its maintenance garage in December — or at least the process of seeking approval to do so. [Read More]
Marchers brave cold to honor legacy of King Marchers brave cold to honor legacy of King
41 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
The weather was cold but the reception was warm as the Indiana County NAACP hosted its annual Freedom March celebration in memory of civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr. [Read More]
Local residents join effort to Keep Yinz Warm
41 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
An effort to help Pittsburgh’s homeless is getting a boost from Indiana County. [Read More]
Workshop raises awareness of living with disabilities Workshop raises awareness of living with disabilities
41 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
SPRING CHURCH — Usually, students in Jerry Moore’s classroom learn about geography and related subjects. On Thursday, however, they were in for lessons of a different sort — those relating to individuals with disabilities. [Read More]
Apollo-Ridge students given lesson on disabilities
41 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]
WHITE TOWNSHIP: Indiana optometrists plan move, expansion
41 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]
Grant to help White Township complete upgrades to park
42 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]
Pickleball growing in popularity locally as fans embrace sport Pickleball growing in popularity locally as fans embrace sport
42 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]
Making an eye-opening scene
42 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]
Woman's exhibit combines love for animals, art Woman's exhibit combines love for animals, art
42 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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